Tenah Veszi is Founder of Radiator Atelier, a program that will enlighten and inspire children to create their own artistic platform.
Tenah’s background include: Bachelor of Arts Degree in Studio Art and Masters of Science Degree in Special Education. Tenah has taught as an Art Teacher in various summer and after school programs and has worked as a Special Education teacher for over ten years in schools. Tenah has also experienced working in an art gallery in Chelsea.
Tenah has always envisioned creating an art program for children in conjunction with Radiator Gallery. In her work as a teacher, Tenah realized that many students do not have the opportunity to experience the authenticity of learning about New York City and international contemporary art in an environment where students have access to the artist and the artwork of the artist. Tenah believes Radiator Atelier will offer each student the opportunity to create and experience the wonderful and amazing world of art.
Klimentina Jauleska-Vasilev is an international artist born in Macedonia where she received her BFA degree in Painting, Drawing, and Design. During the four years, she had a rare opportunity to learn some traditional technics like mosaic, fresco painting and handmade book binding.
After her acceptance at the MFA program in Studio Art at the Montclair State University in NJ, she was awarded a full two-year teaching scholarship. Throughout her studies and upon graduation Klimetina has exhibited her work internationally in a number of group and individual exhibitions in Serbia, Croatia, Turkey, Czech Republic, Germany, Belgium, and the US. She is currently specializing in combining new materials with more classical ones, creating sculptural installations and mixed media paintings.
Elena Chestnykh was born in Russia. She has been an exhibiting artist for twenty years. Her work has been shown in numerous venues including the Museums of Contemporary Art Erarta in Saint-Petersburg; Art Center WINZAVOD in Moscow; State museums in Novosibirsk, Tomsk, and Kemerovo, Russia; Nord Art 2010, Rendsburg, Germany. Novosibirsk State Museum of Fine Art and Kemerovo Regional State Art Museum have her artwork in their collections.
In 2013, the Museum of Contemporary Arts Erarta organized Elena Chestnykh’s solo exhibition in New York. In 2015-2016 she attended the MFA FA program at the School of Visual Arts. In 2015, she contributed to the International Conference “Art in Modern Education”, Novosibirsk. In 2016 she curated a group exhibition “Breach” at the Rabbit Hole Gallery in Brooklyn. Since April 2017 Elena Chestnykh has been giving online talks about New York art field for Municipal Center of Visual Art, Novosibirsk, Russia.