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Heloisa A Oliveira- Percurso Profissional, Cultural e Artístico

Fotógrafa, artista multi-mídia, pesquisadora, tour-guide e palestrante.

Fez estágio de fotografia no Royal College of Arts em

Londres. Morou 19 anos no exterior, em países da

Europa, Ásia e ainda nos Estados Unidos e Austrália

onde pesquisou danças,  ethos regionais e culturais.

Japão, Bali, Austrália e Butão. Desde de 1999,

realiza exposições no Brasil, USA, Europa, e Ásia.

Heloisa A Oliveira desde de 2007 faz trabalhos e pesquisas no Butão, junto à  equipe do museu americano Honolulu Academy of Arts para a exposição internacional ,The Dragon´s Gift- Sacred Arts of Bhutan.  e posteriormente e com o apoio do Governo Real Butanês, vem desenvolvendo trabalhos autorais de fotografa, vídeo e desenvolvimento de pesquisas (research development)

Esteve seis vezes ao Butão permanecendo sete meses no país. Em 2009 e 2010 foi a primeira fotógrafa brasileira  a ser convidada  pelo Governo Real Butanês,  à fazer exposições de sua série Visões do Cham- Arte Fotográfica de Danças Rituais  Desde de 2012  ministra palestras em diferentes partes do Brasil sobre suas experiências  com a  FIB e a Cultura Butanesa.  Em 2008 participou da Conferência Mundial da FIB no Butão e desde então vem estudando este índice medidor.

 

Heloisa A Oliveira

Rua Panamá 100 # 11

Belo Horizonte MG

CEP 303202120

031-992082720

heloflora@gmail.com

 

Tourism  Bhutan Introduction

 

Photographer, Artist, Public Speaker and tour-guide- Brazilian–born lived away from Brazil for nineteen years in countries such as USA, England, France, Germany, Japan, Australia, and Switzerland.  She has spent  lots of time in Asia ( Bali, Bhutan, Hong Kong, Thailand, Japan) working with institutions and doing personal/cultural research. She has Brazilian, American citizenships and is currently living in Brazil.

Area of Interest- Enterprising nature, skilled in innovation and initiative. Endowed with broad experience and appreciation for multicultural uniqueness and differences, having lived in nine countries in Europe, Asia, Australia and the Americas.

Since 2007, she has been going to Bhutan as a volunteer with the team of scholars and researchers of the American Museum Honolulu Academy of Arts. They were working on an international exhibition, The Dragon´s Gift-Sacred Arts of Bhutan. ( see New York  Times link http://www.nytimes.com/slideshow/2008/02/21/arts/0224-EMER_index.html?_r=0 )

She has also been doing her authorial work and cultural research in Bhutan; She has Been six times to Bhutan remaining seven months altogether. In 2010 made a short film about Bhutan and GNH

She was the first Brazilian photographer to be invited by the Government Royal Bhutanese, to make exhibitions of his photographic art – Visions of Cham- Sacred Dance of Bhutan, and has been doing exhibition since 2008.  In 2008 she participated in a GNH World Conference in Bhutan and since then has been studying GNH. In Brazil, since 2012, she has been giving lectures on GNH and also about her experiences with Bhutanese culture.