multimedia / graphic / illustration / paintings

Behind Mujer de Piedra is Mariola Fernandez,
Fine Arts Graduate, painter sometimes, illustrator
and graphic designer as well as multimedia or
web site design products also.

mail : mariola@mujerdepiedra.es
phone spain : + 34 686 602 746
phone ksa : + 966 54 364 9778



education
UNIVERSITY OF SEVILLE


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1997
Degree in Fine Arts (Five years): Specialty in Design and Paintings

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1998
Adaptation Teaching Course. Teaching Science Institute

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1999
Multimedia Design Master. INEM / Junta de Andalucía (450 horas)


complementary courses

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1997
“Socrates-Erasmus” Scholarship. Ècole de Beaux Arts Saint Etienne (France).
Departament Visual Arts, Graphics Design and Comunication

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2004
Training Employment Courses: ActionScript 2.0. CEA (Confederación de Empresarios de Andalucía


extraordinary courses and workshops

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2002
Workshop “The Art as a Practise of Everyday” teaching by the artist Antonio Orihuela.
Andalusian Center for Contemporary Art. Seville

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1999
Artistic Creation Workshop “La Expansión del Arte”
UNIA, Andalusian International University in association with Scola Eina of Barcelona, teaching by Carles Hac Mor, Ester Xargay and Barbara Raubert I Nonell. Andalusian Center for Contemporary Art. Seville

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1998
V Contemporary Art Meeting
Royal Maestranza Cavalry. University of Seville

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1998
Artistic Creation Workshop: “The Performance: Space, Time and Presence” given by the artist Esther Ferrer (ZAJ Group), Andalusian Center for Contemporary Art. Seville

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1997
Course tribute to the cinema of Arturo Ripstein.
Iberoamerican Film Festival. Huelva

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1996
VIII International Meetings of Contemporary Art: “Art Movements and Trends in recent decades”.
ARCO Madrid

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1996
Workshop “The Infinite Vision” given by the artist Nacho Criado.
I SIBILA Arts Festival. Seville


code

HTML / XHTML / CSS / ActionScript


web / media / print

Adobe Package > Premiere / After Effects / Flash / Photoshop / Ilustrator / Indesing / Dreamweaver/ Muse


languages

English > written and spoken = high level
French > written and spoken = medium level