Avie Felix is a teacher, writer, multi-disciplinary artist, and advocate of gender, culture and environment. A graduate of Art Studies from the University of the Philippines, she taught cinema studies and interdisciplinary courses at the UP Film Institute for a few years while serving as coordinator of the UP Film Center. As a writer, she has worked in different forms and genres, having contributed academic, research and feature articles, as well as literary works. Her work in the visual arts is focused on new media and exploration of materials not commonly used in fine art forms. Avie also has a body of work in performing arts as actress, choreographer, writer and producer. In 2009, Avie co-founded a year-round art school for all ages called the Young Artists’ Studio (YAS), where she served as program director. As program director of YAS, she is in charge of the curricula, programs, and students’ exhibitions. In curating YAS exhibitions, she discovered her interest in creating experiences for exhibition viewers. In 2012, Avie started to manage a small art space (vMeme Art Projects) where she is able to collaborate with artists, art collectives, and organizations. Most of the projects she has curated are in the interest of creating opportunities and venues for advocacy-oriented artists to expose them to a wider audience.
Curatorial Intensive in Manila: Public Symposium Monday, November 21, 2016 10am1:30pm Metropolitan Museum of Manila Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas Complex Manila, Philippines FREE and open to the public The participants of the Curatorial Intensive in Manila will each present their exhibition and project proposals they have developed throughout the course of the week. Symposium Schedule […]read more »