Raquel Peula is an arts project manager and a curator. She is also the academic program manager for Arts Administration at Boston University. She has a vast international experience and has organized over fifty events in both visual and performing arts. Raquel completed a bachelor’s degree in Slavic languages from the University of Granada, Spain. During a four-year residency in Russia she developed a great passion for the arts and its impact on people’s lives. She spent two years as the cultural and arts manager at the Embassy of Spain in Ukraine, which allowed her to work closely with renowned Spanish and Ukrainian artists involved in multiple disciplines. She moved to Boston to pursue a master’s degree in Arts Administration from Boston University, where she graduated in May 2014. From 2015 to 2017 Raquel served as executive director to the arts series Cervantine Stories, Quixotic Moments, which commemorated the 400th anniversary of the publication of Don Quixote and the death of Cervantes. In 2018 she will present Crossroads (Choreographies) an exhibition with a performance at the Stone Gallery at Boston University. Currently, she is developing a series of new visual and performing arts projects at an international level.
“The Arts Administration degree program provides the necessary tools to work across performing and visual art disciplines. The program effectively combines theory and practice to prepare students to become leaders in any arts organization, nationally and internationally.”