Pablo Regis de Oliveira

  • Non-Arts/Non-Humanities
  • College Park, MD

Pablo Regis de Oliveira was born and raised between Los Angeles and Brasília, Brazil. Oliveira is a recognized musician and arts administrator, championing equity in the arts. He is an active member of the Brazilian cultural arts community in the greater Washington, D.C. region, performing on the cavaco on local stages and presenting concerts of touring Brazilian artists. He has served as a community-based arts administrator at Prince George’s Arts and Humanities Council and the Smithsonian Center for Folklife and Cultural Heritage. He serves as education and community manager at Strathmore, where he furthers access to the arts through the Strathmore Bloom and Education programs. Pablo co-founded and is executive director of the Maryland-based nonprofit EducArte, a Brazilian performing arts presenter and arts education organization.

“NALAC’s Advocacy Leadership Institute is an outstanding program to learn advocacy tools to further equity in the arts sector. I am excited to connect with policy makers, nationally recognized arts leaders, and my cohort of fellow leaders of color working to broaden support in the arts sector for the communities we represent.”