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ACADEMIC QUALIFICATIONS

  • 2021 – 2022, August – Master’s Degree in Art and Politics at Goldsmiths, University of London. Marked with "distinction" in the final dissertation by practice “How Art and Education Can Make a Change in Honduran Children’s Lives: Artistic and Fieldwork Research”.

  • 2016 - 2020, July – Degree in Painting, from the Lisbon Faculty of Fine Arts.

  • 2017, July – Barcelona Academy of Art, Spain – Fundamentals of Drawing Course, Intensive Summer Edition.

  • 2016, September – Graduated High School with a 17.6 (/20) and enrolled in the Lisbon Faculty of Fine Arts.

  • 2013 – 2016 – High School – Colégio do Amor de Deus, Cascais – Arts Program.

EXHIBITIONS

  • 2023, November – December – “Equine Art” - Solo Exhibition at Club House Beloura, Sintra, Portugal.

  • 2023, August – “Identity and Land” - Solo Exhibition in support of Palestine at the gallery of the Faculty of Fines Arts, University of Lisbon, Portugal.

  • 2023, February – Solo Exhibition - Invited to exhibit my horse related artwork during the first ever CDI 4* held in Portugal at Beloura Horse Centre, Sintra, P

  • 2022, November – 2023, January – “Hope in The Shadows” – Solo Exhibition in support of Honduran children across different cities of Honduras: El Progreso at Casa de la Cultura, Santa Bárbara at Biblioteca Municipal, San Pedro Sula at a private school, and Tegucigalpa at Galería Casa Quinchon.

  • 2022, March – “Fundraising for Ukraine, Art Exhibition” – Group exhibition in support of Ukraine at Unobvious Lab, Lisbon, Portugal.

  • 2021, September – “I Can’t Breathe Since 1948” - Solo Exhibition in support of palestinian rghts at Palácio Estoril Golf & Wellness Hotel, Cascais, Portugal.

  • 2021, July – BA Painting Graduates Final Show – Group exhibition at National Society of Fine Arts (SNBA), Lisbon, Portugal.

  • 2021, February – “Breaking Borders Through Art” by Humanity on the Move – Virtual Group Exhibition  –Selected to participate in a project that consists in creating a painting together with a refugee from Uganda in Greece via Video Call. The artwork is inspired by his history and experience in the refugee camps. The funds from the sold artworks were donated to Donate4Refugees.

  • 2020, August – “Controverso” – Online Group Exhibition.

  • 2019, June – "Beautiful Confusion" - Group Exhibition in Forte de Santo António da Barra, Estoril, Portugal.

  • 2019, May – “Galerias Abertas (GAB-A)” – Group Exhibition at Lisbon Faculty of Fine Arts, Lisbon, Portugal.

  • 2018, June – "Art Match" - Group Exhibition at Pestana Cidadela Cascais, Portugal – Art District.

  • 2018, February – “Anger” – Solo Exhibition at Pappamassa Restaurant, Estoril, Portugal.

CREATIVE ACHIEVEMENTS

  • 2022, June - Fieldwork research in Honduras for the development of the master’s dissertation by practice “How Art and Education Can Make a Change in Honduran Children’s Lives: Artistic and Fieldwork Research”.

  • 2020, August – Commissioned to paint Perry R. Sanders’ portrait, a high-profile lawyer from Colorado, United States of America.

  • 2020, January – Selected to represent the Lisbon Faculty of Fine Arts’ Painting Course at the Rectory of Lisbon University, Portugal, executing live Painting.

  • 2020, November – Co-Author of the book “I Have a Dream” – World Dream Project, representing Portugal with a two-page essay entitled “Artists Have a Mission”. A book about people’s dreams from 201 countries, dreams related to SDGs (Sustainable Development Goals).  Published in April 2021. 

  • 2018, April – Homes in Heaven - Commissioned to make a portrait of Emir of Qatar and his father, Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al-Thani and Sheikh Hamad bin Khalifa Al Thani respectively.

  • 2017, November – Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian - Commissioned by “Fórum da Competitividade” to paint Dr. Henrique Medina Carreira’s Portrait, delivered on the occasion of his tribute in Fundação Calouste Gulbenkian, Lisbon, Portugal, by the President of Portugal, Marcelo Rebelo de Sousa.

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