Mariela Sabino who brought us her insider’s look into Davidoff’s Artist in Resident Diego Cirulli’s latest exhibition “Hollow” in Berlin, delves into the pursuit of a career in fashion design following the storyline of Chavonera Ambra Fiorenza:
“For me, Chavón has been the best experience that I’ve had so far and I wouldn’t change that for anything.” Scarlette Hernández told Casa de Campo Living.
The prestigious Altos de Chavón School of Art and Design, which has been graduating students since 1983, has become the home of many Dominican and foreign artists and designers now widely recognized for their works in the fashion industry, graphic design and the fine arts. “It’s a huge privilege to be here, for every single […]
After we presented the story of a young fashion design graduate of the Altos de Chavón School of Art and Design (see part 1) and the interesting points of view of an artist who also graduated from the school (see part 2), there is no doubt how valuable the Chavon experience is to all who […]
The prestigious Altos de Chavón School of Art and Design, located in the “city of artists”–Altos de Chavón, Casa de Campo– since 1983 and has educated many recognized international and Dominican artists, such as Grimaldy Polanco, Jenny Polanco, Fernando Tamburini and many others. Thanks to the impressive works undertaken by its graduates and the excellent […]