Andrea Musa (born in Frankfurt/M, Germany) graduated in painting from the Assenza Academy in Basel, Switzerland, and law at the Faculty of Law in Split.
She is the winner of two first prizes for graphic design and visual communication / first prize for painting "Olympic sport and art" - winner of the plaque of the Croatian Olympic Committee, organized by the International Olympic Committee on the occasion Olympic Games in Athens 2004 / awards for painting at the 14th International Exhibition "Private and Public" and painting awards "Iva Vraneković" on IV. Painting Biennale, Zagreb. She represented the Republic of Croatia at the United Nations in New York, and at the Jordan Festival in Amman at the invitation of the Ministry of Culture of the Kingdom of Jordan. She stayed at a residential school art program at Center International des Récollets and Cite Internationale des Arts in Paris.
Her works have been exhibited at numerous solo and group exhibitions in museums and galleries in the country and abroad. among others at the Hong Kong Walls Art Fair / Superfine Art Fair Los Angeles / Art Gallery Split / Island Arts Center Lisburn, Northern Ireland / Meštrović Pavilion Zagreb / National Museum Zadar / City Museum Vinkovci / Ravnikar Gallery Space, Ljubljana / Galeriji Aluminij, Mostar / The United Nations building, New York / Foresight Gallery, Amman, Jordan / The Xanthi Municipal Museum, Greece / Cultural Multimedia Center Cilaos, Reunion, France. From 2003 to 2009, Musa worked on various projects focused on topics of intercultural dialogue, such as member and one of the founders of the international art group Connecting-Art, a platform that included artists from France, Greece, Northern Ireland, USA, Jordan, Senegal, Egypt, Brazil and Croatia.
She is a member of the Croatian Association of Fine Artists and the Croatian Association of Independent Artists. Her works can be found in public and private collections in Europe, North America, Australia and the Middle East. He lives and works in Split.