Hugo Mur

Born in San Rafael, Mendoza on November 15, 1965.

Completes her elementary and high school studies in San Rafael.

Begins her superior education at the School of Fine Arts of Universidad Nacional de Cuyo (National University of Cuyo; abbreviated UNCuyo in Spanish) in Mendoza City, which she interrupts to continue her artistic experience independently.

In April of 1995 she obtains the 3rd Prize in painting at the Third Provincial Salon of Fine Arts, "Honorable Consejo Deliberante" of San Rafael.

In October of 1995 she shows her first solo exhibit at the Scalia-Alcover Architects' Studio.

In December of 1996 she exhibits her work at the City of Buenos Aires Bank Foundation "Hall of the Arts", receiving the recognition of the National Cultural Secretariat.

From 1997 to 2001 she dedicates herself to promoting provincial artists and organizing events and art exhibits for various San Rafael companies.

In 2000 she illustrates the cover for the book "Libre travesía" (Free Journey), by author Cora Teijeiro de Acosta.

In 2001 she collaborates in the creation of an art venue where exhibits are organized and San Rafaelan artists promoted.

In 2002 she is promoter and organizer of the first "Victoria" Provincial Salon of Painting in San Rafael.

From 2002 to 2005 she dedicates herself to organizing art workshops and equestrian activities for handicapped children.

In May of 2005 she participates in a collective exhibit of Mendozan artists at the Arte al Día (Art Up to Date) "Gallery Nights" in the City of Buenos Aires, exhibit curated by Lic. Graciela Distéfano.

On June 7, 2005 she shows her work in a joint exhibition with sculptor Guillermo Rigattieri at the Casa de San Rafael (San Rafael's House) in Mendoza.

In 2005 and 2006 she was coordinator of "Arte y Eventos" (Art and Events) at the "ARYTUCA" Cultural Foundation.

In March of 2006 she shows her work in a joint exibition of her work with engraver Myriam Sánchez at the Valentín Bianchi Champagne House.

In 2005 and 2006 she was coordinator of the Valentín Bianchi Foundation Art and Events.

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