Kandor13 is an international cultural exchange proGRAM that produces community-oriented artistic collaborations.
Kandor 13 is an artistic platform that brings together artists and communities to create innovative cultural projects. Kandor 13 provides a creative platform for cross-disciplinary collaboration channeling the synergy of individual artists, curators and cultural agents into the production of high social impact projects in different communities based on the cultural experimentation. Kandor13 intends to create an international dynamic playground, itinerant and spaceless, to develop diverse activities focused on encouraging critical engagement from local communities. We want to nurture exchange within the structure of specific communities to discover what connects us and differentiates us all in a global international community and hopefully bridge the distance to meet each other.
KANDOR13 IS A organization and DYNAMIC PLAYGROUND BASED IN NEW YORK CREATED IN 2013 BY founder, director , ARTIST PABLO JANSANA AND artist Santiago reyes villaveces as associate director. DEDICATED TO THE EXPLORATION OF DIVERSE PRACTICES, K13 ENCOURAGES CRITICAL ENGAGEMENT AND INNOVATIVE APPROACHES BY PROVIDING A CREATIVE PLATFORM FOR CROSS-DISCIPLINARY COLLABORATION .
BOARD DIRECTOR AND ADVISORY BOARD
Irina maintains a private consulting practice specializing in organizational effectiveness, talent management and Human Resources services for not-for-profit organizations. Prior to her consulting career, Irina held the position of the global head of Human Resources at Phillips Auctioneers. Prior to Phillips Auctioneers, Irina worked for 13 years in the Human Resources Department at the Metropolitan Museum of Art where she led the team responsible for organizational design and development, leadership development, staff training and development, and employee relations. A native of St. Petersburg, Russia, Irina holds a BA in Education from the Russian State Pedagogical University and an MA in Organizational Psychology from Teachers College, Columbia University.
former Managing Officer, Awards and Creative Development at the New York Foundation for the Arts (NYFA) and Managing Director of the Brooklyn Arts Council. philanthropy as Program Associate, Culture at The Pew Charitable Trusts and Assistant to the Director of Philanthropy at the Rockefeller Family Office.
Donald Johnson Montenegro
Director Luhring Augustine, New York
is an American feminist performance artist and the founding director of Franklin Furnace Archive art organization. Over the past four decades she has developed and "created innovative photographic and video works that explore her female subjectivity through role-playing, costume transformation, and 'invasions' of other peoples personas". She is a recipient of two National Endowment for the Arts fellowships, a New York Foundation for the Arts fellowship, and an Obie Award and a Bessie Award for commitment to artists’ freedom of expression. She is represented by P•P•O•W gallery in New York City.
CEO of ITAU Corpbanca, New York Branch, a Chilean Bank. Prior to this posting he was International Director of CorpBanca in Santiago, Chile, as well as Member of the Board of CorpBanca Venezuela. Prior to joining the CorpBanca Group he was International Director of Banco O’Higgins in Santiago and New York Representative for Banco de Santiago. He is a Member of the Board of the North American Chilean Chamber of Commerce as well as the Gabriela Mistral Foundation.
Maria Carlota Perez
Art Adviser and Curator of Art&Art Collection / collector Juan Carlos Maldonado in Miami, NEW YORK
Alejandra Castro Rioseco
Philanthropist and director BOARD the Museo del Barrio. New York
executive director / THE VENEZUELAN AMERICAN ENDOWMENT FOR THE ARTS - VAEA - NEW YORK
DIRECTOR FUNDACION LEPE. CHILE
FOUNDER DIRECTOR NEW YORK. usa
SANTIAGO REYES VILLAVECES
ASSOCIATIVE DIRECTOR LONDON UK
MARIA JOSE BUNSTER
COORDINATOR ART RESIDENCY PROGRAM k13
ART HISTORIAN ( UNIVERSIDAD DE CHILE ), curator and cultural manager. Has vast Experience in directing, producing and managing cultural projects, and in Organization, museographic design and assembly of exhibitions. Was director Executive of the Cultural Foundation Plaza Mulato Gil de Castro (Museum of Arts Visuals, MAVI) (2002 - 2010) and General Coordinator of the Museum of Memory and Human Rights (2011-2016). SHE is currently a member of the Advisers in Visual Arts of the National Council of Culture and the Arts, and is a jury Of the Cultural Management Award (Carmen Waugh).
New York and london
Tiffany M. Johnson is a cultural producer, archivist, and researcher experienced in working within the arts and culture sector. She is a CCADI Innovative Cultural Advocacy Alumni and will be receiving a Masters of Arts in Global Cultural Studies and Creative Industries in the Fall of 2018. She is currently the Program and Operations Director with Fort Gansevoort Gallery and the Sadie Nash Leadership Project Education Dean. Johnson is dedicated to exploring the boundaries between her professional skill-set and the collective social awareness. She works with artists, businesses, and communities to amplify the dialogue that explores, inspires and highlights contemporary society. Tiffany works alongside professionals across many disciplines, utilizing her production expertise to build stronger communities and relationships.
DESIGNER AND PROJECT BASED COLLABORATOR NEW YORK. USA
MARIA DEL CARMEN LOSADA
contract specialist NEW YORK. USA
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