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Edition 2018.1 - Curators

Elisa Muradas is an art enthusiast since her first university education in Music Therapy. Living in this world for four years, she has established many contacts with artists and musicians, and is currently improving herself in contemporary art in various forms and at different occasions.

With a considerable experience in international projects and a livingness in the old continent, where she specialized in International Management by the University of Geneva, Elisa has unique skills for performing art shows and projects that stand out for involving different cultures.

Influenced by this interest in multiculturalism, she seeks to combine beauty, sustainability and harmony through cultural manifestations and social events. The curatorial exercise benefits from her creative, aggregating and empathetic profile, ideal composition for the success of events of this nature.

Leca Araujo is a Brazilian artist and curator, based in Geneva (Switzerland), focusing on Contemporary Sustainable Art in its full meaning.

Having started her contact with art at age 10, Leca navigated through various techniques and disciplines such as graffiti, pyrography, mosaics, pottery, plastic porcelain, papier maché and painting.

Her definition of sustainable world goes far beyond ecology and the respect for the nature, but it primarily includes the respect for human being and social inclusion.

With an alchemist spirit, her artworks bring this equilibrium proposal in a subtle and harmonic way.

Owner of awarded paintings, Leca Araujo has participated and organized several group and individual exhibitions around the world.

Mara Chiavegatti was born in the capital of São Paulo, Brazil, in 1961 and now lives in a small town in the interior of São Paulo, Cedral, a few kilometers from the city of São José do Rio Preto where she works in her atelier and teaches classes Of painting since 1986.Graduated in fine arts since 1983, by the Federal University of Paraná in Curitiba (Brazil), Mara has been engaged in the visual arts since then and works in the creation of contemporary artworks. Her inspiration comes from the essence and beauty of nature, its elements and energies in connection with life in the universe. She uses techniques of watercolor and acrylic and her main characteristic is expressed in the colors, sometimes soft, sometimes vibrant and the subtlety of the chosen themes.

Her curriculum includes various exhibitions and awards through Brazil and abroad.