Véronique Ferrero Delacoste (CH) is a graduate of the Ecole cantonale d'art du Valais where she obtained a Master's degree in visual arts, MAPS_Art in Public Sphere, and of the University of Lausanne where she graduated in cultural management.
From 2010 to early 2022, she was director of the far° festival and living arts factory in Nyon. Previously, she was responsible for dance and performance programming at far° (1996-2009) and at La Bâtie - Festival de Genève (2002-2005). She also directed La Bavette, a theater for young audiences in Monthey (1995 to 2005).
In addition to her curatorial activities, she sits on various commissions such as the Commission of Experts of Pro Helvetia - Swiss Arts Council, Corodis, ThéâtrePro Valais, Culture - aides ponctuelles Région de Nyon, etc. She is regularly invited as an expert and member of juries, notably for: the Leenaards Foundation, the Journées de Danse Contemporaine Suisse, the Plateforme IETM, the Prix de la performance suisse, the HES-SO,... She participates in round tables and conferences and she intervenes in the framework of training courses at the Haute école de travail social et de la santé Lausanne (HETSL) HES-SO (CAS and DAS in Cultural Mediation).
Her research focuses on transdisciplinary practices and the role of art in society as a means of knowledge and sensitive experience. She works with artists and accompanies them in their creative processes in dialogue with a territory and its inhabitants. Her current research focuses on questions of art and ecology in a society in transition.