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Background Information

Employment History

Peruvian Artist

Starbucks Coffee


Art Educator


Affiliations

Kennedy Center

Fellow for the Arts Edge Program


Education

Master

Fine Arts

American University


Web References(2 Total References)


www.latinovisualsource.com

TERESA GHIGLINO
(Funerary Dolls of Chancay) paintings by Peruvian artist Teresa Ghiglino at Starbucks Teresa Ghiglino, a Peruvian artist and Art Educator for the Arlington County, is presenting five of her significant series "Muñecas de Chancay" at Starbucks Coffee, 14th Street, NW, Columbia Heights. On view until August 30, 2007. These representations of Chancay funerary dolls are original to the Chancay valley of Peru. These elaborately dress rag dolls dating back to the Inca Empire were made exclusively to accompany the deceased through their journey to the next life. Ghiglino here has displaced the dolls from their environment and repositioned them in her work. While taking them out of their context, and depicting them in a two-dimensional plane, Ghiglino seized their assigned meaning and engendered a specific personal interpretation deemed to embrace her Peruvian heritage and recover her cultural identity. Their physical expressions and seeming interactions are captured embracing with sensitivity the emotional complexity of humanity. About Ghiglino Teresa Ghiglino received her Master's in Fine Arts from American University and has exhibited her work in Argentina, Peru and in the United States. Locally, her art has been on display at the Museum of Latin American Art "Las Americas", Organization of American States, National Museum of Women in the Arts, Mexican Cultural Institute, NASA, District of Columbia Arts Community, Washington Project for the Arts, Alla Rogers Gallery, Fondo del Sol and Northern Virginia Community College. Ms. Ghiglino's art was acquired for the collections the Pan American Health Organization and the Inter-American Development Bank. As an art educator, Ms. Ghiglino has received a number of prestigious awards: 2004 Mayor's Arts Award for Outstanding Contribution to Arts Education, Alma Thomas Award and the Glassman Award. She was a Fellow for the Kennedy Center's Arts Edge Program. She has received multiple grants for her work from The DC Commission of the Arts and the Humanities and the National Endowment for the Arts. In 1998, she was named the Coca Cola Company, District of Columbia's Winning Teacher.


www.mtpleasantdc.org

"Muñecas de Chancay" (Funerary Dolls of Chancay) paintings by Peruvian artist Teresa Ghiglino at Starbucks Teresa Ghiglino, a Peruvian artist and Art Educator for the Arlington County, is presenting five of her significant series "Muñecas de Chancay" at Starbucks Coffee, 14th Street, NW, Columbia Heights.On view until August 30, 2007. These representations of Chancay funerary dolls are original to the Chancay valley of Peru.These elaborately dress rag dolls dating back to the Inca Empire were made exclusively to accompany the deceased through their journey to the next life. Ghiglino here has displaced the dolls from their environment and repositioned them in her work.While taking them out of their context, and depicting them in a two-dimensional plane, Ghiglino seized their assigned meaning and engendered a specific personal interpretation deemed to embrace her Peruvian heritage and recover her cultural identity.Their physical expressions and seeming interactions are captured embracing with sensitivity the emotional complexity of humanity. About Ghiglino Teresa Ghiglino received her Master's in Fine Arts from American University and has exhibited her work in Argentina, Peru and in the United States.Locally, her art has been on display at the Museum of Latin American Art "Las Americas", Organization of American States, National Museum of Women in the Arts, Mexican Cultural Institute, NASA, District of Columbia Arts Community, Washington Project for the Arts, Alla Rogers Gallery, Fondo del Sol and Northern Virginia Community College.Ms. Ghiglino's art was acquired for the collections the Pan American Health Organization and the Inter-American Development Bank. As an art educator, Ms. Ghiglino has received a number of prestigious awards: 2004 Mayor's Arts Award for Outstanding Contribution to Arts Education, Alma Thomas Award and the Glassman Award.She was a Fellow for the Kennedy Center's Arts Edge Program.She has received multiple grants for her work from The DC Commission of the Arts and the Humanities and the National Endowment for the Arts.In 1998, she was named the Coca Cola Company, District of Columbia's Winning Teacher.


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