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Cristina Lima has graduated in Social Communication, Publicity and Propaganda at the University of Librarianship and Communication of UFRGS. Since 1996, she is part of the Photography Center where she was the monitor of the black and white laboratory during her graduation studies and now she takes part in research and extension projects. She was the chosen teacher for the Extension Photography Course - Basics II / Photographic Lab in 1999 and 2000 and today she teaches the Basics Course I / Introduction to Photography. She took part, as a photographer of the São José dos Ausentes project's team, People and Landscape. In 1999 she took part in the creation of an image bank for the Project of Restoration of the Historical Buildings at UFRGS, and in August of the same year she traveled to Israel being part of the I International Mission of applied Scientific Photography to archeology along with The Apollonia Project. Also because of the Photography Center she worked as the photographer of the Department of Cultural Diffusion at UFRGS documenting the monthly cultural activities promoted by UFRGS and producing the project "Unifoto". Now as an autonomous photographer she continues registering the work of dance groups in Porto Alegre besides working in the photojournalism area accompanying several manifests and linked events to anti-economical globalization manifests. In this path she stands out the covering the 1st World Social Forum, the manifests anti-Alca in Paysandú in Uruguay and of the 1st Encounter of the International Council for the 2nd World Social Forum in São Paulo. She is now doing her master's degree in photojournalism, through the Masters degree Program in Communication and Information - PPGCOM/UFRGS, having as her main theme and field lab the aspects of the photographic interpretation and image editions relative to the documentation of the World Social Forum, in Porto Alegre, RS, Brazil.


Produced in 1997 especially for the Unicultura Program / UNIFOTO that honored the 50 years of the Gaucho Traditionalistic Movement.



Photography that tries to show the state's countryside through its individuals in their domestic atmosphere.



Images which accumulated due to an old affinity of the photographer with the scenic arts, most specifically with dance.




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