Awards & Grants
1999 – 2000
1988 – 1992
1998 y 2003
1991 & 1992
Seminars in order of importance for the artist
MA in Fine Arts. University of Costa Rica.
Master in Fine Arts. George Washington University. USA.
Research in Japanese performing arts. Kyoto Seika University. Japan.
Certification in etching and drawing. École des Beaux Arts and École des Arts and Décoratives. Paris, France.
PROARTES. Price by the Ministry of Cultural Affairs. Costa Rica.
1st Price in Painting. First Biennial of Contemporary Art. Chapingo, México.
Statement of Appreciation as an Artist. National Council of Hispanic Women. USA.
Japan Foundation Scholarship. Kyoto Seika University. Japan.
1st y 3rd Price. First Sports Biennial. Costa Rica.
Fulbright Scholarship. George Washington University. USA.
French Government Scholarship. École des Beaux Arts y École des Arts Décoratives. Paris, France.
National Price “Aquileo J. Echeverría”. Costa Rica.
Nominated as best video of the year: “Signs”. Film and Video Annual Contest. Costa Rica.
Selected as “Invited Artist”. Arlington Public School System. Virginia, USA.
“Lloyd Krieger” in printmaking. George Washington University. USA.
Japan Foundation Scholarship. Kyoto Seyka University. Japan.
DbD Experience. Workshop with Rachel Rosenthal. California, USA.
For the Record: Making and Documenting Performance Arts. Workshop with Coco Fusco. FAWC in Provincetown. Massachusetts, USA.
Photo-Printmaking. Estudio Luis Camnitzer. Valdotavo, Italia.
Symposium of Latin American Theater. San Cayetano Monastery. House of the Theater. México.
Open Engagemenet Conference: Life/Work. Queens Museum. USA.
Creative Time Summit: Art, Place & Dislocation in the 21st Century City. NYC, USA.
Creative Time Summit: Confronting Inequity. NYC, USA. 2012. Art at Large: Art Making in the Long View. MoMA. NYC, USA.
Fourth Biennial Conference: Expanding Perspectives in American Art. Smithsonian Latino Center. Washington DC, USA.
Theater of the Opressed. Workshop with Gio Britto. MoMA. NYC, USA.
Contemporary Art Forum: The Curative Object. MoMa. NYC, USA.