Adriana Queiroz is a producer, cultural marketer,
and researcher. She has organized cultural and corporate incentive
events and shows for over 1,000 companies in Brazil and Latin America.
Previously, Adriana worked and traveled with the artists Christo,
Jeanne-Claude, and Hundertwasser. She also researched the use of IT
and telecommunications technologies for art, at the MIT new media lab.
Her belief in the transformative power of art and creativity led her
to develop social and cultural projects in Africa, Oceania, South and
In love with the beauty of cultural diversity, Adriana enjoys learning
languages and dialects, and traveling to places that require
alternative means of transportation, visas and vaccinations. She has
also produced stories for National Geographic Magazine.
The Russian word “pochemuchka” describes her best: a curious child who
asks many questions. Driven by the same curiosity, Adriana practices
mountaineering, diving, scuba diving, ocean sailing, parasailing.
Adriana graduated from the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro and
speaks Portuguese, French, English, German and Spanish.