Marilu Pelusa Rosenthal is a ceramist and teacher in her studio in Santiago, and at the Curaumilla Art Center, Valparaiso, Chile.
She studied geography and then ceramics in Chile, France and United States. Between 2004 – 2008, Marilu taught ceramics classes at Huara-Huara studio in Santiago. Has given workshops at the Anderson Ranch Art Center (USA) and Chile.
She participated as an international curator and member of the jury of the 7 Biennial of Ceramics from Gyeonggi, Korea 2013.
She worked as a studio assistant in the ceramics department at Anderson Ranch Art Center for the 1998-2004 summer workshop seasons, and at the Good Hope ceramic studio in Jamaica.
Marilu has been an Artist in Residence at the Turgua Group in Caracas, Venezuela, and the Anderson Ranch Arts Center in Snowmass Village, Colorado.
She has exhibited her work in the United States, Brazil, Venezuela, Korea and Chile, and is a founding member and Director of the Curaumilla Art Center, the first Center in South America for workshops and to have a multi-cultural exchange for work in ceramics.