Volunteers "in residence" 

Volunteers are an important resource for our foundation and with them we pursue a professional exchange giving them the opportunity to work with artists, curators, managers and various people in the national and international art world and gain experience in the arts and arts administration with non-profit organizations.





We welcome our volunteers in residence who began on March 13 and are collaborating with us.  Amanda Coimbra McCaskey, Julián Pesce and Daniela Ruiz Moreno were selected from a group of professionals and students who submitted applications to our open call and offered to support and help with the activities we develop. 


Amanda Coimbra McCaskey (Brazil, 1989)
Received her Bachelor of Fine Arts from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago from which she received a grant during her studies, 2007-2011.  In 2010 she participated in the Picture Berlin artist residency in Berlin, Germany and in 2008 was awarded the Nippon Steel Art Appreciation Award in Chicago, United States.  

Julián Pesce (Buenos Aires, 1988)
Studied visual arts at the Instituto Universitário Nacional de Arte, Buenos Aires and recieved scholarships from the Proyectarme y Cromos.  Julián also studied with the artists Ernesto Pesce and Mariano Sapia.  Currently he takes painting classes with Oscar Smoje.  In February he began the Art Administration course at the Universidad de Tres.  

Daniela Ruiz Moreno (Argentina, 1991)
Currently studies art at the Universidad de Buenos Aires. Daniela has worked at art galleries in Buenos Aires and Colonia de Sacramento, Uruguay, where she lived for many years and continues to maintain affectionate ties with this city.