Dilmar Mauricio Gamero Santos
b. June 4th, 1976, Arequipa, PERU
Lives and works in Philadelphia, PA.
E-mail: email@example.com / firstname.lastname@example.org
Phone: (+1) 954-235-9139
2019: Present School of Theater, Film and Media Arts – Temple University. Philadelphia, PA. Ph.D. student in Documentary Arts and Visual Research.
2017 – 2019: Tyler School of Art – Temple University. Philadelphia, PA. MFA in Photography.
2017 – 2018: Tyler School of Art – Temple University. Philadelphia, PA. Teaching in Higher Education.
2008: Pontifical Catholic University of Peru. Lima, Peru. Faculty of Education, specialty in Art Education.
2002-2005: Pontifical Catholic University of Peru. Lima, Peru. Faculty of Arts and Sciences of Communication. Bachelor in Audiovisual Communication.
1996-1998: Antonio Ruiz de Montoya School. Lima, Peru. General Studies, 1st and 2nd semesters of Philosophy and Pedagogy.
1994-1995: La Salle Novitiate – Argüello – Córdoba – Argentina. Religious Sciences.
1993: John XXIII Institute of Theological Studies of Lima. Lima, Peru. 1st and 2nd semesters of Religious Sciences
1993: De La Salle Postulancy of Lima, Peru. Religious Sciences.
1981-1992: La Salle School – Arequipa, Peru. Elementary and High School.
2019: Travel Grant. School of Theater, Film and Media Arts – Temple University.
2019: SECAC Gulnar Bosch Travel Assistance Grant, by the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, Tennessee.
2019: Departmental Support - PHD in Documentary Arts and Visual Research at the School of Theater, Film and Media Arts. Temple University.
2019: University Fellowship – PHD in Documentary Arts and Visual Research at the School of Theater, Film and Media Arts. Temple University.
2018: Dean’s Scholarship additional support from the Graduate School. Tyler School of Art. Temple University.
2018: SECAC Gulnar Bosch Travel Assistance Grant, by the University of Alabama at Birmingham.
2018: Dean’s Travel Grant. Tyler School of Art – Temple University
2017: Teaching Assistantship - MFA in Photography at Tyler School of Art. Temple University
2005: Best Fiction Video by the public (“Suicide Evidence”) in “The James Awards 2005”
2005: Best Video in a minute (“gluttony”) in “The James Awards 2005.”
2005: Best Videoclip (“Lost”) in “The James Awards 2005.”
2004: Best Fiction Video by the Critic (“This Morning”) in “The James Awards 2004.”
2004: Best Editing in “The James Awards 2004” organized by the Faculty of Arts and Sciences of Communication of the Pontifical Catholic University of Peru.
2013: Letter of gratitude for having helped to the “Centro de Animacion Misionera” CAM in its fundraising campaign.
2012-2013: Letter of gratitude for having helped to “Fe y Alegria” institution in its fundraising campaign.
2006: Testimony of Gratitude for having participated in the VIII Cusco Cultural Integration Meeting.
1999: Public Congratulations for building the La Salle Institute in Abancay, given by the Provincial Townhall of Abancay.
1992: Public congratulations for the helping in the Educative Promotion to the Community of Chivay’s district in Caylloma. Restoring the Special School in the Direction of United Educative Services of Caylloma in Arequipa. USE “Colca Valley”.
EXHIBITIONS (Group & Solo), PUBLICATIONS & PRESS
2019: Bob’s Art Blog: Spectacular “Mamacha Carmen” opens at Paper Lion Gallery. In the Burg. October 3, 2019. Harrisburg, PA. https://theburgnews.com/burg-blog/bobs-art-blog-spectacular-mamacha-carmen-opens-at-paper-lion-gallery
2019: Mamacha Carmen (solo show). November 2019. Paper Lion, Art Gallery. Harrisburg - Lemoyne, PA.
2019: Demanda #2 Qhapac Qolla – Mamacha Carmen (group). Photography Practices in The MidAtlantic Region. SPE MidAtlantic Chapter Members exhibition (group). October 12, 2019. Demuth Museum, Lancaster, PA.
2019: Mamacha Carmen. Thesis show exhibition. March 2019. Temple Contemporary – Tyler School of Art, Philadelphia, PA.
2019: Publication: Mamacha Carmen. 5 Volumes. Photobook. Blurb Self-Publishing Editions
2018: Teaching photography: A conversation. An exhibition of mentors & students in conjunction with the SPE MidAtlantic Pop Up Event (group). October 2018. Tyler School of Art, Lower Atrium Gallery, Philadelphia, PA.
2018: MFA Photography Show (group). October 2018. Series: Qonoy (Dancing with Fire). Tyler School of Art, Photography Department Gallery, Philadelphia, PA.
2018: First Year MFA Show (group). February, 2018. Temple Contemporary Gallery, Philadelphia, PA.
2017: Prelude. Introductions by Printmaking & Photography MFA Students (group). September 2017. Tyler School of Art, Lower Atrium Gallery, Philadelphia, PA.
2008: Exhibition of the video: “The gods have Indian faces”. Hilario Mendivil. Documentary for the exhibition organized by the National Cultural Institute (INC) and the Museum of Art and Popular Traditions from the Riva Agüero Institute from the Pontifical Catholic University of Peru. January 2008
2002: Photography exposition in the BBVA Continental Bank gallery (group). In the III Nacional Competition “Population Images” organized by the Population Fund of the United Nations – UNFPA. From December 17th, 2002 to January 17th, 2003.
ARTIST TALKS & PRESENTATIONS
2020: “Mamacha Carmen.” Visual Anthropology Department. Temple University. Philadelphia, PA. September 2020
2020: Artist Talk. Terapia Fotográfica (Latin American community of photographers). September, 2020
2020: Artist Talk. Appalachian State University. North Carolina. August, 2020.
2020: “Festividad de la Virgen del Carmen”. Programa: “Encuentros en la Radio” en Radio Nacional del Perú. (“Virgen del Carmen Festival.” Program: “Encuentros en la Radio” in the Peruvian National Radio. July 15, 2020.
2020: “5 libros fotográficos de la Festividad de la Virgen del Carmen de Paucartambo”. Conversatorio y Exposición (Five Photobooks about the Virgen del Carmen Festival. Art talk and online exhibit). Paucartambo.com. July 7, 2020.
2019: “Altarpieces, Retablos, “Demandas,” and Rituality in the “Mamacha Carmen” festival, Paucartambo, Peru.” Conference session panel, "New Approaches to Altars and Altarpieces.” October 2019. SECAC 201. Chattanooga, Tennessee.
2019: “Mamacha Carmen.” June 2019. La Salle School. Lima, Peru.
2019: “The Destructive Tool of Mechanization.” May 2019. Tyler School of Art, Photography department, Philadelphia, PA.
2019: “Mamacha Carmen.” April and November 2019. Pratt Institute. New York City, NY.
2018: “Strand and the Time Machine. 1915 – 1920 – 2018.” Conference session panel, "Past, Present, Future: Rephotography.” October 2018. SECAC 2018. Birmingham, Alabama.
2018: “So you want to teach.” Teaching photography: A conversation. SPE MidAtlantic Pop Up Event. October 2018. Tyler School of Art – Temple University. Philadelphia, PA.
2018: “Bridge - Diary of an insider.” December 2017. Tyler School of Art, Photography department, Philadelphia, PA.
2017: “Indigenous towns rights and interculturality in the education process of the EIB (Intercultural education).” Presenter and workshop teacher for indigenous teachers in San Lorenzo Amazonia. Peruvian Amazon area. Loreto, Peru.
2001: “Religion didactic” for the teachers of the 22 ISP (education colleges). Organized by the National Direction of formation and training for teachers by the Education Ministry. Lima, Peru. (August 27-31, 2001)
2000: “Technique-Pedagogy workshop for religion high school teachers,” organized by the Diocesan Organization for Catholic Education (ODEC) in Apurimac, Peru (March 27-29, 2000).
2000: “Educative excellence, pedagogy techniques and Administration” for teachers of different levels in the Direction of the Regional Education in Apurimac. Peru (March 13-17, 2000).
Dilmar Gamero has worked with many institutions related to De La Salle Christian Brothers, the Jesuits and Audiovisual and Tourism companies traveling to many countries in South and North America. His primary focus over the last decade has been to explore the cultural and religious identity of Peruvian rituals and festivals, especially in a small village named Paucartambo through its biggest celebration: Mamacha Carmen publishing an illustrated book and preparing a whole body of work that includes printmaking, sculpture, painting and handcraft.
His Ph.D. research is focused on new media narratives about memory, time, and space interacting with rephotography projects, stereoscope techniques, and augmented reality technology.
2020-Present Latin American Studies Association - LASA
2018-Present: Southeastern College Art Conference - SECAC
2018-Present: Society of Photographic Educators – SPE