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Claudia Quiroga - Freelance Radio Production & Voiceovers
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Pharr, Texas, United States
Alejandra - Freelance Painting & Real Life Painting
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Pharr, Texas, United States
Peter Orozco - Freelance Song Writing & Music Composition
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Carmen Lourdes Aponte RR-8 Box 9164 Bo. Dajaos Home: (787) 730-7877 Bayamón, Puerto Rico, 00956 E-mail: aponte.lourdes@gmail.com EDUCATION Centro de Estudios Avanzados de Puerto Rico y el Caribe, Old San Juan, Puerto Rico 2011 Ph.D. Major: History of Puerto Rico and the Caribbean Dissertation: History Museums and the Construction of Puerto Rico National Identity through Objects and Images. Caribbean University, Bayamón, Puerto Rico 2004 Master Degree Courses in Art History University of Turabo and Smithsonian Museum Studies Institute. Washington D.C. and Gurabo, P.R. Certificate in Museum Studies 2002 Academic Study: Museum Management Caring for Collections Creating Exhibitions Public Programming University of Turabo, Gurabo, Puerto Rico Master of Arts in Public Affairs /Art Administration 2000 Research: Organized the Automated Data System. Arranged a draft for the Operational Procedures Manual of the National Park Service Military Archive Division for the San Juan National Historic Site. The manual content consist of Archaeological Object Collections, Archival/ Manuscript Collection, Preventive Conservation, Museum Collection Storage, Monitoring and Reporting conditions of Paper Objects. It manages collections information, photographic map, documentation and registration at the museum archives. University of Puerto Rico, Rico Piedras, Puerto Rico 1996 Post Bachelor of Arts Major: Art Education Interamerican University - Rio Piedras, Puerto Rico, 00726 1981 Bachelor of Arts Major: Special Education and Psychology Academic Honors: Deans List 1980 and 1981 CERTIFICATIONS U.S. Department of Homeland Security Introduction Community Emergency Response Team Program (CERT) IS-317 March- 2011 U.S. Department of Homeland Security Emergency Management Institute Introduction to Incident Command System (IS-00100.SCa; Ics-100 for School) February- 2011 Washington Architecture Foundation May 2006-June 2007 DCPS Office of Academic Services provided by Washington Architecture Foundation Architecture 101: Bringing Architecture to the Classroom and Schools Student exhibits of architectural models at Howard University, Washington, DC The National Art Association, Reston, Virginia March 14-18, 2007 NAEA Forty Seventh Annual Convention in New York City The five-day conference featured over 950 sessions, workshops, and tours from over one thousand proposals. We the People: Project Citizen, Newport, Rhoda Island July 8-14, 2006 Professional Development Institute Rhode Island District State Coordinator: Mr. Michael Trofi Bargain Farm Alice Fergusan Foundation, Inc, Hard Bargain Farm Environmental Center and National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Accokeek, Maryland June 26-30, 2006 Environmental Center on the Potomac River and Chesapeake Bay Watershed Issues: Performance Based Science and Botanic Art Institute Coordinator: Ms. Karen Jenson Miles District of Columbia Public Schools March 2006 Director of Art Ms. Paula Sanderline Methods of Art Exhibition and Installation for the City Wide Exhibition Site: Reagan Washington National Airport: Student exhibit of art works The National Art Association, Reston, Virginia March 22-26, 2006 NAEA Convention in Chicago A five day conference of sessions, workshops, and tours from over one thousand proposals. Museum of African Art, Washington, District of Columbia February 16, 2006 Instructor: Dr. Veronika Jenke, Curator of Educator Traditional African Art and Curriculum Connection Museum of African Art February 4, 2006 Instructor: Dr. Veronika Jenke Curator of Educator African Art Now University of the District of Columbia, Washington, District of Columbia November 2005 –January 2006 AICT Coordinator: Barbara Evans Agriculture in the Classroom Aspira Association National Office, Washington, District of Columbia June-July 2003 Fundamental for Information Planning and Management for Community Based Organizations-Managers Workshop Honors: Jose Celso Barbosa Fellowships The Washington Center for Internship and Academic Seminars, Washington, DC June-July 2003 Certificate: Making it Real: Celebrating the Creative Process in General Art Education University of Turabo Museum and Center of Humanistic Studies, Gurabo, Puerto Rico March 2002 Conferences: Second encounter of Archeologists, Anthropologist and Historians of Valle del Turabo. VSA Art and Disability- Regional Institute of Capacitating of Latin America and the Caribbean San Juan, Puerto Rico June 2002 Learning Alliance, LLC and the Department of Education Program for Class Size Reduction Bayamon, Puerto Rico. 2001- 2002 Seminar and Workshops: Multiple Intelligence, Evaluation Strategies and Styles of Learning Strategies. Museum and Center for Humanistic Studies March 2001 University of Turabo, Gurabo, Puerto Rico and Churubasco, Mexico. D. F. Seminars and workshops in Preventive Conservation of Museum and Collection, Painting 1 Painting Conservators: Jose Roberto Ramirez and Maria del C. Castro. Foundation Luis Muñoz Marín and Puerto Rico Foundation of the Humanities San Juan, Puerto Rico The Luis Muñoz Marín Archives: a window to the studies of Puerto Rican history. October 2000 Department of Education, Hato Rey, Puerto Rico February 1998-April 1998 Certification in Planning and Curriculum EMPLOYMENT HISTORY Department of Education, Hato Rey, Puerto Rico 2007 to present Dr. Hiram Gonzalez School Resource Teacher Teach students with learning disabilities according to individualized educational plans. Integrate the fine art as a teaching strategy and organize exhibitions of their works. Incorporate different educational theories for teaching the diverse student population. Multiple Intelligence theory and demonstrations through touchable object are some of the teaching strategies. Organized an art club where diverse activities within the school and around the community are conducted. Eliot Junior High School 1830 Constitution Avenue NE, Washington, DC August 2005 – June 2007 Art Teacher Instructed art classes to seventh, ninth, and special education students. Organized art exhibition of students’ works in different agencies and competitions. Lessons coincided with the National Standards of Art curriculum. Students learned from works of art, developed skills in art criticism and aesthetic judgments. They performed different studio projects using the principals and elements of art. Art history, botanic art, civic education, and architecture were given in the classroom. Students created original art of complexity using the various media that included chalk, pastels, pencils/graphite, scratchboard, and tempera paints. Students participated at the Reagan Washington National Airport where I mounted their art exhibition and installation for the City Wide Exhibition annually presented in Howard University. National Park Service-Fort San Cristobal Museum Archives, Old San Juan, Puerto Rico June-July 2000 Art Administration Internship Department of Education August 1997-April 1998 Dr. Hiram Gonzalez Elementary School, Bayamon, Puerto Rico Consultant and Instructor for Integrating the Arts with Library Science The population included mainstream and special education students with their parent. The primary objective of the innovative program was to develop awareness of the library resources to the disadvantage community and their children as useful tools to integrate with the learning experience in all areas of learning, enhancing the experience of academic courses. The parents learn to participate with their children using the library and the arts. Responsibilities included developing organizing, implementing the program, and working directly with the population. Liga de Estudiantes de Arte de San Juan, San Juan, Puerto Rico 1982-1987 Thirteen studio classes in painting and drawing, art history courses, and participated in conferences. GRANTS and FELLOWSHIPS Aspira Association National Office, Washington, District of Columbia June-July 2003 Jose Celso Barbosa Fellowships The fellowship program was nine weeks of professional development and internship at the Aspira Organization Established the Aspira National Office. Program developed between the Honorary Margarita Ostolaza, Senator of Puerto Rico and The Washington Center for Internship and Academic Seminars, for interns to use the software program Dreamweaver and the Internet to develop the website of history and fine arts of Puerto Rico. Participation included attending staff, community and different organizational meetings; visiting different museums around Washington, DC, to study history, images, and objects in exhibits; weekly workshops at prestigious Washington institutions such as the Smithsonian, the National Gallery of Art and the Library of Congress was part of the rich development of the interns. Government of the District of Columbia D.C. Commission on the Arts and Humanities Grant 2006 and 2007 The funds support attending the National Art Education association professional development conference LICENSES Teaching Professional License k-12 (Puerto Rico, Washington DC, and Virginia in Special Education and Visual Art) ESTABLISHED KNOWLEDGE and SKILLS Knowledge of a Language: Read, Write, and Speak Spanish and English fluently. Computer Skills: Microsoft Windows, Microsoft Works, Word Perfect, PowerPoint, Excel, Coral Print House, Dream Weaver, and Digital Photography. RESEARCH INTEREST Symbolism in Latin American and Caribbean Art Discourses of public history expressed in objects and images PROFESIONAL ASSOCIATIONS National Wildlife Association National Park Conservation Smithsonian Institutions National Art Education Association American Association of Museums District of Columbia Art Education Association VOLUNTARY WORK EXPERIENCE San Sebastian Festival, Old San Juan, Puerto Rico 2003-2004 Worked with special adult artists that have diverse disabilities, help them market and exhibit their art work at the San Sebastian Festival. Delivered art for exhibits at the festival before 6:00 am on time and mount exhibitions. Coordinate participants travel and daily personal requirements. Coordinate participants’ exhibition space with the city festival coordinator Ms. Soraya. Cultural Folklore Rafael Cepeda Foundation, Carolina, Puerto Rico 1998-2003 Volunteered for Director Jesus Cepeda as the Register Family History personnel. Educated the community in Puerto Rican bomba and plena music. Researched accessible programs for the community. Worked with the collections of musical instrument, archives, and research of the organization. Evaluated activities. Visitors Study at the Museo de las Americas (Museum of the Americas), Old San Juan, Puerto Rico 2000 Requirement for the Investigative Statistical Methods course taken at the University of Turabo was to do a visitors study at a museum. The Museum of the Americas was chosen because a Dinosaur exhibition from Moscow was in Puerto Rico for the first time. The study presented the museum with evidence of the importance of establishing necessary educational programs for diverse audiences and schools around the San Juan area. Special Community, Barrio Dajaos, Bayamon. Puerto Rico 2001-2003 Within a deprived low income community, volunteered for Miss Mirella, President of the project as a tutor for children’s in the community. Provided additional services as an art instructor for adults, youth and children. In addition, organized employment, educational fairs, art exhibitions, and sport tournaments. Worked with diverse population in order to meet the needs in the community.
Bayamon, United States