Mauricio Herrerabarría

Mauricio Herrerabarría

Arts and Literature

LaSalle College | Montréal

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Arts and Literature, Design Arts, Fashion Design, Fashion Marketing, Film & Audio, Graphic Design, Interior Design & Architecture, Jewellery Design, Languages, Marketing, Advertising and E-Business, Photography, Product Design, Social Sciences

Biography

Born in Panama City, Panama, a modern Latin American country often known as the “Center of the World, Heart of the Universe,” Mauricio Herrerabarría is now based in Montréal, Québec. A graphic designer and photographer, Mauricio’s career as a storyteller and media artist began in fashion, working for over four years as editor-in-chief and art director of GOGO Magazine (2013-2017), a Panamanian monthly lifestyle magazine. He’s also worked as a correspondent for El País’ ICON Magazine in Spain (2016) and as a TV host for one of Panama’s biggest networks (2016-2018). Herrerabarría has also ventured into filmmaking, writing, and co-directing The Myth Of Us, a fashion short-film that earned the highest prize at Panama’s Fashion Film Festival. He’s currently studying Arts, Literature, and Communications at LaSalle College, where he’s formalizing his education as a cultural observer and communicator. His interests range from John Waters to Jack Kerouac. He’s currently in lockdown working on a documentary project about national identities, as well as a series of short stories.

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The Word (3min40s)

by Mauricio Herrerabarría
Arts and Literature
LaSalle College | Montréal
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EcoZine

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Arts and Literature
LaSalle College | Montréal
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Profile: I Am One of Them

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Arts and Literature
LaSalle College | Montréal
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"She Said" by Jodi Kantor & Megan Twohey.

by Mauricio Herrerabarría
Arts and Literature
LaSalle College | Montréal
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The Collector (1min28)

by Mauricio Herrerabarría
Arts and Literature
LaSalle College | Montréal
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Matrix (1999)

by Mauricio Herrerabarría
Arts and Literature
LaSalle College | Montréal
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A Single Man (2009)

by Mauricio Herrerabarría
Arts and Literature
LaSalle College | Montréal
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LSS: Legends, Stars & Statements

by Mauricio Herrerabarría
Arts and Literature
LaSalle College | Montréal
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Janet Werner: Reinventing the Portrait.

by Mauricio Herrerabarría
Arts and Literature
LaSalle College | Montréal
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Curating an Art Exhibit - Gender Benders: The Study of a Continuum.

by Mauricio Herrerabarría
Arts and Literature
LaSalle College | Montréal
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Event | What's Your Magic?

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