I am 25 years old Nicaraguan living and studying in London, and hopefully soon working as well. I speak Spanish, English and some Portuguese. I am an art lover of Socratic persistence, empiric cultural producer, art history aficionado and aspiring museologist. I am particularly enthusiastic about visual literacy, cultural engagement strategies and the potential educative influence of art hubs. Kneating creative-educative projects and producing cultural content is my biggest passion. I currently find myself studying my Master degree at KCL and in the hunt for a cool freelance or part-time job in a cultural setting with whom to exchange knowledge and growth with. I have a: BA Communication and Public Relations, UAM, Nicaragua PGDip History of Art, University of Warwick, Coventry Currently: MA Cultural and Creative Industries, KCL, London * I also have taken shorter courses on the following: - Cultural Mediation and Education - Arts Management (MOOC with the Goethe Institute) - Interactive Strategies for Engaging with Art (MOOC with the MoMA) In regards to my experience, I have done film&TV production (executive, field etc.), cultural management, cultural mediation and communication and public relations within cultural projects/brands.
My job meant supervision of exhibition, costumer service (attend the visitors with any need regarding the exhibition) and provision of security (taking care of the works exhibited and the visitors)
I was the Coordinator of the Cultural Mediation Volunteer Group of the Museo del Prado Project titled ''Museo del Prado en las calles'' organized by the Cultural Center of Spain in Nicaragua. I helped with the organization and supervision of the cultural mediation volunteer group.
CONTAINER was an entrepreneurial cultural edutainment TV project (reality show format) designed and produced for Nicaraguan TV which consisted of the collaboration of local artists, a playful methodology of creative challenges and artistic interactive interventions taking place in random locations around the city of Managua. In one season we promoted around 50 local young artists and established creative dialogues with 12 communities around the capital city. My job went from creative development and executive production, to field production, communication & PR.
El Segundo was the first New York Times reviewed creative cuisine restaurant in Nicaragua led by the local Chef Cristina Gomez for which I worked as a PR & Community Manager. I helped them develop their branding and handled their social media content and strategies. I did photography, video & editing, and graphic design. I also helped them with PR and the content of a book designed for their private enoteca.
I was a PR Collaborator under the direction of Luna Films of the Nicaraguan edition of Icaro, an International Central American Film Festival. My tasks were PR, Social Media Content, Production and Video Editing, Event Production and Logistics.
I co-produced a medium-length film titled 'Ruteados', a 40 minutes indie fiction film with a group of emerging filmmakers in Nicaragua. My particular tasks were executive production, field production and public relations.