Illustration: Stipan Tadić, 'Super Andrija', 2018
Volunteering period will be from March until May of 2022, to help at the upcoming exhibition “Are you sure you want to leave?”, a selection of the OSTRALE Biennale "Breathturn".
Deadline: February 27, midnight
We would like volunteers to help throughout the exhibition minimum once a week for 5 hours. Volunteering periods are:
• Exhibition installation, preparation between March 1 - 18
• Art mediation, exhibition guarding between March 19 - May 22
• Conversational level of Hungarian and English
• Having personal interest in cultural and art related projects
• We can provide you with the signing of your school / university documents (if required), along with inviting you to gain a basic insight of the content, preparation and outcome of a Budapest-based international contemporary art exhibition.
Being an independent cultural institution and a centre of contemporary arts, art quarter budapest hosts a wide diversity of programs. The building complex consists of a broad collective of in-house visual and performance artists and gives home to creative industry companies also. Aqb curates local on-site exhibitions and hosts a residency program for various international creators.
Veronica Luyo (Peru, 1978) graduated in Sculpture at Universidad Católica (Lima). From 2006 to 2012 she lived in Barcelona, where she has attended at the Production & Artistic Research Master (Universidad de Barcelona). In this city her projects had been shown at the Valls Biennal - Guasch Coranty Prize, Loop ‘10 Videoart Festival (through the selection of the Sala d’Art Jove), 9th Exhibition of Young Art of Mataró, Idensitat #5, among others. Also, she has received a grant from the Institut Ramon Llull for developing an art residence and workshop in Youkobo Art Space (Tokyo). In 2010 she has been part of the Artist in Residence selection of Can Xalant Creative Centre of Visual Arts and Contemporary Thinking. She finished her studies at the Independent Studies Programme of the Museum of Contemporary Art of Barcelona (Museum Studies and Critical Theory Programme) in 2011.
In 2012, Verónica moved back to Lima where she presented with Álvaro Icaza, “Explorando el espacio vacío intermedio”, an exhibition that gathers some of their collaboration projects developed during their stay in Spain. In the las two years she had presented the solo exhibitions “Apuntes sobre tiempos simultáneos”, “Sobre Lima” and “Documental Perú”. She works as a teacher in the Faculty of Design of Universidad Peruana de Ciencias Aplicadas.