Maria Carolina Baulo | Visiting Artist Lecture
Maria Carolina Baulo holds a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Buenos Aires (Honor Diploma), she is an independent curator since 2009 with more than 30 exhibitions developed together with prominent visual artists in important Argentine art galleries, museums, and cultural centers. She works as contributing editor for Sculpture Magazine, a publication of the International Sculpture Center (U.S.A) and is a writer-critic for several national and international media specializing in contemporary art such as Diario Clarín-Cultura (Argentina), Revista Ñ (Argentina), Revista de Semiótica Ad Versus (Argentina), and Hoornik Collection Art Magazine (Argentina) among others.
Since 2013 Baulao has been a postgraduate professor at the University Del Salvador. She also works as an adviser to artists, collectors, and art spaces. With studies in the field of cinema, theater, and photography among other activities, she coordinates study of aesthetics and contemporary art. Baulo is a member of the Argentine Association of Art Critics (Asociación Argentina de Críticos de Arte – AACA).
Illinois State University Wonsook Kim School of Art is honored to annually host the Visiting Artist Lecture Series. This event series is free and open to the public, and provides our students and community members opportunities to learn from talented artists from all around the globe. The Spring 2022 iteration of the Visiting Artist Series will occur entirely on Zoom. However, no recordings of any lectures will be made available. Contact Art@ilstu.edu for more information.