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Curriculum Vitae




Curriculum Vitae

Kyra Munk Matustikova, MA
Povraznicka 4, 81105 Bratislava, Slovak Republic
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Professional work history
English language teacher at Secondary Costume and Scenic designers, Bratislava, Slovakia
Private Fine Arts Instructor, Bratislava, SK, 1995-current: Basic Drawing Techniques
Art Instructor, Bratislava Private High School of Art, Bratislava, SK, 2000-current: Basic Drawing Techniques
Art Instructor, Gymnasium, Bratislava, SK, 1996-99: Drawing, Painting, Sculpture
Art Teacher, Elementary School of Bratislava, Bratislava, SK, 1995-98: Basic Art Education

Recent accomplishments
Please refer to this website for a complete list of exhibits and related accomplishments.
Illustrations for books : Legends and Myths of old Bratislava city, two volumes, Marencin -Publisher, Bratislava, Slovakia
Cover and illustrations for book:Letters of Alexander Albrecht, music composer, who lived in Bratislava, Music Centre, Bratislava, Slovakia
Taking part on Exhibitions: Contemporary Slovak Art, , Bratislava, Slovakia
Biennial of Slovak Visual Art, Bratislava, Slovakia, Prague,Czech Republic
Dance,Theatreand Music in Visual Art,Bratislava, Slovakia
Sold paintings and etchings in the USA and Israel, 1999-2000
Individual Exhibit,G plus G bookstore and Gallery, Praha, February, 2001
10th Annual Women's Art Festival, Newport, Rhode Island, USA, 2001
Individual Exhibit, Mojmirovce, Nitra, Slovakia 2001/2002
"Asropa" members Exhibit, Korea, Soul, Japan, Osaka, 2001
"Miniprint", International Exhibit, City Gallery, Lodz, Poland, 2001
"International Miniprint Exhibition", Kaposvar, Hungary, 2001
Symposium "Sympat", Patince, Slovakia, 2001
Symposium, Tihany, Hungary, 2001
Israel, Arad, WUJS Artprogram, Slovakia,Gallery of Contemporary Hungarian Artists in Slovakia, "Book Illustrations", 2003/2004

Planned exhibits
Stockholm, Sweden

European Institute for Jewish Studies,Stockholm, Sweden MA, Fine Arts, Institute of Design, Budapest, Hungary, 1994
BA, Fine Arts Curriculum, Institute of Design, Budapest, Hungary, 1991
Fine Arts Coursework, Academy of Fine Arts, Bratislava, Slovakia, 1986-87
Artistic Restoration Coursework, University of Crafts and Art, Brno, Czech Republic, 1985

Languages spoken
Slovak, Hungarian, Czech, English, Russian, German, Hebrew, learning Swedish

Reading and lecture interests
Central European Art History, Judaic, Philosophy, Clasic Music and Culture
Textile Design and Weaving

Slovak Artists Union, Bratislava
Association of Hungarian Artists in Slovakia, Komarno

Personal and/or professional references will be furnished upon request.