Luisa Gui is an independent producer, project manager, and special events coordinator in visual arts, performance, and film with a background in administrative and curatorial work in galleries and museums. Luisa has initiated, fundraised for, promoted, and managed exhibitions, performances, video, and multimedia projects in NYC, Rome, and Beijing. Her collaborative work includes programmatic partnerships with: the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council, Performa, ICE Foundation, Baryshnikov Arts Center, Italian Academy at Columbia University, Asia Society, Italian Cultural Institute, Radisson Es. Hotel in Rome, and more.
Since 2010, Luisa has worked as a NYC producer for the documentary video project CRONE. In the Fall of 2011, Luisa was a development consultant for PERFORMA 11, the first biennial for visual art performance in the US. Earlier in the year, she became NYC Coordinator for the third annual DIVINAMENTE NYC Festival on spirituality in the arts.
Luisa aims to create unique projects that bring into the spotlight human interactions and universal issues; are fueled by the desire to achieve beauty and excellence; and ultimately promote individual realization, social responsibility, and spiritual awareness. Luisa is excited to collaborate with the Human Impacts Institute to bring vitality to the Creative Expression program and boost the organization's fundraising endeavors.
Luisa is also a vinyasa and prenatal yoga teacher currently teaching at Lila Yoga, Dharma & Wellness.
Originally from Rome, Italy, Luisa lives in NYC.