Khadis de la Rosa is a professor in the Photography Department of the University of Arts in Havana, Cuba. She is a visual arts graduate of both the Raúl Corrales Academy of Plastic Arts, in the Province of Ciego de Avila and the Superior Institute of Art, Havana.
Rosa’s most important exhibitions include her solo show “Colisión” (2010) at the Florinda Monzón Gallery of Ciego de Ávila, Cuba; the 7th Young Art Salon Espacio Cero (2009), as well as the multiple editions of the Winter Salon organized by the Raúl Corrales Academy. She is a member of the Saíz Brothers Association and the National Creator's Register of Cuba
Photographer Omar Z Robles—whose recent series of Cuban ballerinas dancing the streets of Havana has been published worldwide—leads this latest #CamerasAndDancers workshop with Jacob Jonas The Company.
During her 25-year career, Tria Giovan’s work—in places ranging from Cuba to the Philippines to the eastern end of Long Island—is defined by her diverse, in-depth, timely and thoughtful exploration of her subjects.