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María Teresa Camacho Hull

Education:

  • Associate of Arts in Photography
    Montgomery College, Maryland
          Includes seven years of freelance work as a photographer
  • Master’s of Fine Arts, with an emphasis on Painting
    University of Maryland, College Park, Maryland
          Worked as a Teacher’s Assistant with Keith Morrison, David Driskell,
           Nicholas Krushenick, & Pat Craig
  • Master’s of Arts in Hispanic Literature
    The Catholic University of America, Washington D.C.
          Awarded two-year Teaching Grant while attending program

Experience & Membership:

  • Drawing - Adult Education Classes for Montgomery County, Maryland
  • Private lessons in Studio
  • Founder, Owner and Director of Ars.Natura.Uta. - Centro de Arte y Culture in La Paz (Achocalla), Bolivia.
  • Member of the International Sculpture Center. Participated in Sculpture Conferences in Chicago, Houston, London, Oakland, New Zealand, Pittsburgh
  • Member of the Washington Sculptors Group since 1994
  • Bolivian Representative to the International Park Inauguration in Chun Chung, China
  • Panel Artist at the Symposium BOLIVIA 2015, Villanova University, Pennsylvania

Solo Exhibitions:

  • 2016 “itinerarius”, installation, Centro Cultural Museo San Francisco, La Paz, Bolivia
  • 2013 “Chacana - Cruz Andina,” permanent installation, Ars.Natura.Uta, Culture and Arts Center’s Sculpture Gardens, Achocalla, La Paz, Bolivia
  • 2011 “Círculos Cromáticos: A Boundless Boundary”, permanent installation, Arts.Natura.Uta Culture and Arts Center’s Sculpture Gardens, Achocalla, La Paz, Bolivia
  • 2005 “Endurance I and II,” Eco outdoor water fountains, permanent installation, Ars.Natura.Uta Culture and Arts Center’s Sculpture Gardens, Achocalla, La Paz, Bolivia
  • 1999 “Proposición Retorno…,” Obras, Instalación y Performance, Salon de Exposiciones Temporales C.S.I., Centro Pedagógico y Cultural Simón Patiño, Cochabamba, Bolivia
  • 1998 “Hoy Recordé a los Muertos de mi Casa…,” Performance in collaboration with ballerina María José Rivera, Gallería El Salar, La Paz, Bolivia
  • 1997 “Humanitas,” United Nations Bolivia Representative Dr Edgar Camacho-Omiste and Beattina Buonanna at The 56th Street Art and Antiques Center, East Street between Lexington and 3rd, New York, NY
  • 1996 “Mariía Teresa Camacho-Hull,” Sala de Exposiciones Portales, Centro Pedagógico Cultural Simón Patiño, Calle Pando, Queru Queru, Cochabamba, Bolivia
  • 1996 “Noticias ’96,” Galleria de Arte NOTA, Fernando Guachalla esq. Sánchez Lima, La Paz, Bolivia
  • 1994 “Ecce Homo,” Palacio Chico antes Correo, La Paz, Bolivia
  • 1994 Brenau University, “GALA ’94,” (Invitational), Gainesville, Georgia
  • 1993 “Hispanics - A Diversified Workforce to Change the Future”, Naval Surface Warfare Center, Carderock, Maryland
  • 1990 “M. Teresa Camacho-Hull,” Sponsored by the Montgomery County Recreations Department, McCrillis Gardens and Gallery, Bethesda, Maryland
  • 1989 “The 13th Annual Montgomery County Juried Art Exhibition: Paintings and Drawings, Strathmore Hall Arts Center, Rockville, Maryland
  • 1989 “María Teresa Camacho-Hull,” Museo Nacional de Arte, Instituto Boliviano de Cultura, La Paz, Bolivia

Group exhibitions:

  • 2014 “littleSCULPTURE Exhibition,” 24th International Sculpture Conference, Renaissance Hotel Art Gallery, New Orleans, Louisiana
  • 2007 “Sculpture Now,” Washington Sculptors Group,, Juried by Ramon Osuna, Washington Square, Connecticut Av, Washington, DC
  • 2006 “Real Beauty,” -Eve Ensler: …diversity and specificity of global culture…, Exhibition Venues: Contemporary Art Center, New Orleans, LA; University of Maryland, College Park, Maryland; University of New England; WWCA Women’s Art Gallery, Cincinnati, Ohio
  • 2003 “III Salon International de Arte,” SiART Bolivia, Calle Ayacucho esq. Potosi, La Paz, Bolivia
  • 2001 “Espiritu de Bolivia,” el Museo Cultural de Santa Fe, Paseo de Peralta, Santa Fe, New Mexico
  • 2001 “Navigating Constellation 200,” Fish Out of Water- Baltimore Fin-tastic Voyage, Baltimore Waterfront, Baltimore, Maryland
  • 2001 “Sculptors at Work,” Corcoran Gallery of Art - Hemicycle Gallery, Washington DC Curator: John Beardsley, Director, Kreeger Museum, Washington, DC
  • 2000 “Women of the World - A Global Collector of Art,” Itinerant Exhibition, Curated by Claudia DeMonte, White Columns, New York, New York; The Women’s Museum, Dallas, Texas; Brenau University, Gainesville, Georgia; Mobile Museum of Art, Mobile, Alabama; Contemporary Arts Center, New Orleans, Louisiana; Volvo Showroom, Kunfstradgarden, Stockholm; Allar Heimsins Konur, Reykjavík, Iceland; Presidio Officers’ Club, The Presidio, San Francisco, California; YMCA Women’s Art Gallery, Cincinnati, Ohio; The Art Gallery, University of Maryland, College Park, Maryland; Tucson Museum of Art, Tucson, Arizona; Flint Institute of Arts, Flint, Michigan
  • 2000 XXX Latin American Festival of Washington, DC, Visual Art Exhibition, Rockville, Maryland
  • 2000 “Arte poor la Vida, Esperanza para Nuestros Niños,” The 7th Annual Art Auction, Whitman-Walker Clinic, Office of Latino Services, Washington, DC
  • 1998 “The Fifth Annual Art Exhibit/Auction,” to benefit the Whitman-Walker Clinic, Pan American Health Organization, Washington, DC
  • 1998 ̈The Figure,” Washington Sculptors Group, Montgomery College, Rockville Campus Art Gallery, Rockville, Maryland
  • 1998 “The Figure,” Sculpture Now ’98, Washington Sculptors Group, Washington Square, Washington, DC 1997 “Sculpture Now,” Washington Sculptors Group at the Washington Square, Conn Avenue and L St, Jurors: Belgic Rodriguez, Director Art Museum of the OAS and Dr Jack Cowart, Chief Curator of the Corcoran Gallery, Washington, DC
  • 1996 “Arte por la Vida - Esperanza para Nuestros Niños,” The Third Annual Latino Art Exhibit/Auction to Benefit Whitman-Walker Clinic’s, Pan American Health Organization, Washington, DC
  • 1996 “Seven Women of Seven Countries,” The Florida Museum of Hispanic and Latin American Art, 1NE 40th St, Miami, Florida
  • 1996 “El Mundo del Arte,” Osmus National Hispanic Art Foundation, Miami, Florida
  • 1995 “A Path of Light and Form,” 35 Latin American Artists, Hispanic Heritage Month, The Executive Office Building Auditorium/Lobby Art Gallery, Monroe St, Rockville, Maryland
  • 1995 “Encuentros 4 Encounters,” The Florida Museum of Hispanic and Latin American Art, Miami, Florida
  • 1995 “A Path of Light and Form,” 35 Latin American Artists, Hispanic Heritage Month, The Executive Office Building Auditorium/Lobby Art Gallery, Monroe St, Rockville, Maryland
  • 1995 “Encuentros 4 Encounters,” The Florida Museum of Hispanic and Latin American Art, Miami, Florida 1994 “26 estudiantes - School of Visual Arts NY,” Exposición de Pintura with Tom Carr, Carmen Miguel y Baruj Salinas, Escuela Massana, (Hospital 56), Barcelona, Spain
  • 1994 “Latin American Kaleidoscope,” Hispanic Heritage Month, The Executive Office Building Auditorium/Lobby Art Gallery, Monroe St, Rockville, Maryland
  • 1992 “Art of the Americas,” Juried by Washington artist Joey Manlapaz, The Art Barn Gallery, Tilden St, Rock Creek Park, Washington DC
  • 1991 “Washington Artists in Perspective,” Westbeth Gallery I, 55 Bethune St, New York, New York
  • 1991 “Fiera inn Festa,” Mostra di quadri, sculture, cremate, artifact, Piazza Grande di Montepulciano, Siena, Italy
  • 1990 “M. TERESA CAMACHO-HULL - Paintings and Sculpture,” McCrillis Gardens and Sculpture Gallery, Bethesda, Maryland
  • 1989 “Bolivia Here and There,” Teresa Camacho-Hull and Patricia Mariaca, the World Bank Art Society Gallery, The World Bank at 19th & G Street, Washington, DC

Performances & Installations:

  • “Ecce Homo,” Pintura y Escultura de Teresa Camacho y Keiko Gonzalez, Museo Chico antes Correo General, Ministerio de Cultura, La Paz, Bolivia. Exposición y Performance presented by Teresa Camacho collaborating with María Jose Rivera, ballerina.
  • “Bolivia: Art Installation and Performance Dance,” directed by Teresa Camacho-Hull in collaboration with ballerina María Jose Rivera, Latin American Museum of Art, Santa Fe, New Mexico.
  • Inauguration of “El Salar,” Gallery of Art of Gaston Ugalde with Keiko Gonzalez’s art exhibition of paintings. Performance presentation directed by Teresa Camacho-Hull with the participation of ballerina María Jose Rivera, Sopocachi, La Paz, Bolivia.

Residencies and Invitations:

  • International School of Todi, Convento di Montesanto, Todi PG, Italy
  • International School of Todi, Montecastello di Vivio, Perugia, Italy
  • International School of New York, Escuela Massana, Barcelona, Spain
  • Invitation to represent Bolivia to the Inaugural Sculpture Art Park in Chan Chung, China