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The Volunteer Program began in 2012 given an opportunity to college and graduate students, as well as emerging professionals, to join our team. As volunteers-in-residence they work and learn inside of a non-profit fine art institution while enjoy all the . This program is registered with the CENOC / National Center for Community Organizations, so after its completion, the certificate awarded serves as a reference to fill vacancies in governmental positions.
While the university provides a solid educational foundation for a career in the arts, the volunteering program develops real-world skills so that you can better insert yourself into the professional arena. As a volunteer, you will cultivate your talent as you learn from accomplished professionals, international artists and specialists in various techniques as well as mounting and curating exhibitions, managing non-profit organizations, etc. Once you have completed volunteering, our in-residence volunteers are considered for opportunities that may arise in other programs that we are implementing (workshops, scholarships, seminars, exhibitions) or in associated international programs (exchanges, residences, etc. ).
During the 8 years that the foundation develops this program, the success it has had is due to:
_ it is sustainable over time because the agenda is flexible, with a minimum commitment of two days a week for three months.
_ the volunteers knows that they are contributing to important projects and tasks in a professional environment and, in turn, this environment respects and values their work.
_ volunteers come out with specialized professional skills, an understanding of the management of residency programs, and extensive exposure to contemporary art, its practices, and its artists.
_ volunteers find a group of belonging, advice and support that continue to function after finishing the residency with professional and affective ties.
For this program, periodic calls are made according to the projects we are developing. However, if you want to apply to participate in this program, write to us at firstname.lastname@example.org letting us know what task you would be interested in offering to contribute as a volunteer.
(chronologically ordered )
Amanda Coimbra (Brazil)
Daniela Ruiz Moreno (Argentina)
Julián Pesce (Argentina)
Sara-Aimee Verity (South Africa)
Noelia Andía (Argentina)
Nicolás Molano (Colombia)
Valeria Samañego (Ecuador)
Cindy Yuncoza (Venezuela)
Santiago Ocampo (Argentina)
Germán Sandoval (Venezuela)
Bárbara Vincenti (Argentina)
Federico Signorelli (Argentina)
Lina Ángel (Colombia)
Almudena Blanco (Spain)
Noelia Novosel (Argentina)
Marisa Conde (Argentina)
Laurel Ponturo (Argentina)
Gabriela Cuesta (Argentina)
Romina Biglieri (Argentina)
Cecilia Candiani (Argentina)
Nieves Varela (Argentina)
German Gáspari (Argentina)
Carlos García (Argentina)
Silvana Cerrato (Argentina)
Yumi Tamanaha (Argentina)
Alexis Sureda (Chile)
Federika Chaimowicz (Argentina)
Florencia Steinhardt (Argentina)