We are a creative production platform, which seeks to promote and disseminate the work of Latin American performing artists and serve as a bridge between cultures, supporting collaborations, and international exchange.
Intercultural collaboration enhances our creative capacity as human beings. Diversity improves our societies and enriches us. We work so that everyone has access to an artistic experience that inspires and transforms them. We do it because we believe that this artistic experience is fundamental for the humanization and construction of fairer and more equalitarian societies.
Actress and Cultural Manager
Pilar holds a BA in acting from the Pontificia Universidad Católica in Chile, a MA in Social Education and Community Development from Goldsmiths College University of London and a MBA in Cultural Management from IESA, Paris. She has over 15 years of experience leading and creating programs in the fields of education, and social and cultural development for institutions in London, Santiago and Paris. In addition to acting, she has directed and produced several shows in Chile and throughout Europe.
Art Historian and Cultural Project Curator
Jessica holds a BA in Art History from the State University of New York, a MA in Art History from Brooklyn College and a MBA in Cultural Management from IESA, Paris. She has more than 10 years of experience working in museums and art and cultural organizations, and as an independent researcher on issues of race, gender and feminist studies in modern and contemporary visual culture. In addition to working for Arkollectiv', she currently teaches art history at Wagner College in New York City.