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People of Arts Lab: Omar Franco

I was born in a small city in central Peru. My mother had to wait a whole night of pain until I was born, on November 29. That day up in the sky the constellation of the crux could be seen that can only be seen in the south of the planet.  During my childhood I discovered music by the cassettes of Michael Jackson and the Beatles. The first color I remember is green and my first love was at 6 years old. I was escaping from school to eat my snack with my grandfather in a park.  In my adolescence I dedicated myself to extraterrestrial life, I found friends. Later, my will has been visiting new places. I learned to play the guitar and became member of the symphony orchestra of my city and I listen to Beethoven's music. I participated in events related to music, theater, art in my city and I was happy. My higher studies were journalism, marketing and audiovisuals. I discovered cinema. Finally I decided to go out and see the world and start traveling through South America, but that

People of Arts Lab: Hanul Choi

Volunteering, learning and filming   I joined this volunteering project because I was in a point where I had to start looking for a job after a late graduation from my film degree. I always wanted to work in film industry to reach my objective of becoming a film director. However, a filmmaker once said that the best filmmakers are the ones who has learned lots of life lessons, not someone who has a lot of knowledge or just talented. Until now I have been someone who barely ever got out of my comfort zone: I lived in Madrid since the day I was born and never got to live in a different place independently, away from my parents helpful hand. My passionate side has always been telling me: “ Dude, you’ve got to get out to the world. You stay here too long and you are going to end up scared for the rest of your short life. ” For that reason I took a 4 hour flight to a country that I previously had no intention of going and took a train to the small town of Târgu Frumos. It started off wel

People of Arts Lab: Eliana Colzani

I love traveling. Last year, after graduating, I decided to leave for Perù for a year of civil service. It was the first time I went to live on my own far away from my city. During this time I understood that I want to continue to move around, to meet new cultures and places, so I decided to come here in Târgu Frumos, a small village in Romania surrounded by nature, very different from the big and chaotic city of Lima where I was accompanied all the day by the sound of cars and buses. When I travel I always take with me my sketchbook, some films and my camera. Everywhere I go I like to have this things with me, to have the opportunity to make memory and document what I see. #storiesofvolunteers #artslab #europeansolidaritycorps #meetourvolunteers #supertineri #asirys Arts Lab 2.0 is a project funded by European Solidarity Corps, with the support of European Union.  

People of Arts Lab: Deniz Ataman

I was born near the sea, in a windy autumn day. Since then, I’ve been addicted to that big beautiful blueness, embodied also in my name. I am always exploring different dreams. I’m like the water, changing every day. I lived in many different cities, met with people from all around the world, but my best place in the world is the shore. I feel there much more grounded rather than any place in the world. It’s not surprising that I’ve chosen art for my major interest. The artists are the craziest, but also the most brave people. I’m trying to explore different ways of art for expression. I’m sure my journey in this is something that will never end. #storiesofvolunteers #artslab #europeansolidaritycorps #meetourvolunteers #supertineri #asirys Arts Lab 2.0 is a project funded by European Solidarity Corps, with the support of European Union.