Hola. I’m Juliana Castro Varón, a Colombian graphic designer, editor, and open access enthusiast living in the US.

 

I have previously worked at the Guggenheim Museum in New York City, the Visual Arts Center in Austin, Texas, NC-arte in Bogotá, and as an editor in digital advertising agencies in Colombia. In 2016, I received the Fulbright Scholarship for the Arts from the Colombian Ministry of Culture and the U.S. Department of State.

 

In 2017, I founded Cita, an independent press publishing open-licensed books written by women. Cita provides readers with carefully designed copies of books to be viewed on screen or printed at home, for free. I am currently working almost exclusively on Cita Press as part of my MFA thesis at the University of Texas at Austin; I will be available for full and part-time opportunities starting May 2018.

 

I spend my spare-time in Austin cooking pizza, listening to podcasts, editing Wikipedia, and co-running Cine Jardin, a backyard feminist film club. I’m open to collaborations, ice cream, pool games, and memes.

 

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