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Web in Art

Members Only @Home with... MIA Anywhere, Women & Art

We are delighted to invite you to a virtual presentation of MIA Art collection led by Alejandra Castro Rioseco the founder of MIAANYWHERE Virtual Museum, followed by a conversation with Vincent Larnicol about the three main pillars of her engagement.

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Members Only @Home with... MIA Anywhere, Women & Art
Members Only @Home with... MIA Anywhere, Women & Art

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04 Mar 2021, 18:00 GMT+4

Web in Art

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We are delighted to invite you to a virtual presentation of MIA Art collection led by Alejandra Castro Rioseco the founder of MIAANYWHERE Virtual Museum, followed by a conversation with Vincent Larnicol about the three main pillars of her engagement: Gender Empowerment & Rights, Education, Arts & Technology.

Alejandra Castro Rioseco, graduate in Civil Engineering and dedicated to philanthropy for the last 13 years.

She founded in March 2020 the MIAANYWHERE Virtual Museum, a technological platform for promoting women artists based on her personal art collection of exclusively contemporary women artists, Mia art collection.

She serves as first South American woman on the Board of the worldwide International Chopin Society Federation headquartered in Warsaw, Poland. Her love for the arts guided her to integrate the Board of the Museo del Barrio in NYC from 2015-2019, the Latin America art acquisition Committee for the NYC based Guggenheim Museum and since 2020 she integrates the Middle East Guggenheim art acquisition committee. She is founder of the project "Exiled for the Arts, NYC". She serves on the Board of the prestigious International Jose Limon ballet, with a mission towards education of children and youngsters through dance in the world.

Previously she founded the Mujer Opina Foundation in Chile to promote and educate on women development and empowerment, emphasizing the importance of first nation and indigenous traditions and language through the project Las Ultimas Mujeres, or “Last of the Women” to safeguard aspects of the millenary Mapuche culture in Chile.

Her commitment to build towards a better and more harmonious and balanced society is expressed through her active engagement with organizations protecting the environment, promoting gender equality, promote music as part of basic children education.

Alejandra spends her time between Dubai, UAE, New York and Europe

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