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CharVoz is the art studio, curatorial, and education practice of Charlotte Mouquin (Voznesenskaya). Her various projects focus on community building events within the arts and bringing art to new audiences.


Charlotte Mouquin (Voznesenskaya) is the Executive Director at the Pelham Art Center in Pelham, NY. (read more here) Previously she was the  Director of Rush Arts Galleries of Rush Philanthropic Arts Foundation from 2010-2017 focusing on all exhibitions and public programs at Rush Arts Gallery in Chelsea and Corridor Gallery in Brooklyn. Her goal is enhancing community through art experiences that highlight our humanity as global citizens. Her degrees include a MA in Contemporary Art from Sotheby’s Institute of Art, a BFA from Parsons School of Design, a MAT from the School of the Museum of Fine Arts Boston/Tufts University. She has curated exhibitions at Rush Arts Gallery, Corridor Gallery, Sensei Gallery, Field Projects, CultureFix Gallery, Clover’s Fine Art Gallery, The Living Gallery. She has hosted art salons in private homes, and presented art with fairs in NY and Miami including: Volta, Scope, Pulse, Prizm, Fountain, Flux Harlem, Figment NYC, Select Miami and Alt-Break. She has been a guest judge for Curate NYC, the Bombay Sapphire Artisan Series, and Art Slant NYC. She has  been an educator with The Love Yourself Project and The Brooklyn Art incubator. She is also a current member of Art Table.

Voznesenskaya is her married name, and she  often goes by Charlotte Mouquin.

More about me:

I am a passionate advocate for the arts and building community. I love to connect people with art and each other through art experiences. I believe in the power of art very strongly and that is can bring communities together and celebrate diverse viewpoints and cultures. I am driven to connect people with art and each other through art experiences. I believe art teaches us nonlinear thinking which enhances lives. Art is culture and reflects human development at local and global levels. Art excites emotional reactions, peaks interest, celebrates diversity and promotes cognitive reactions. Art is a form of education. I hope to expand the reach of art access so that everyone has the opportunity to live with and experience art.


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