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Master in Museum Studies (in progress).

New York University.

Bachelor in Art History. 2019.

Universidad de Costa Rica.

Bachelor and Licentiate in Psychology. 2015. Universidad de Costa Rica.


Fulbright Scholar Program, 2023.

Fulbright Scholarship Winner.

New York University, 2023.

Graduate School of Arts and Science (GSAS) tuition scholarship.

Association of Art Museum Curators (AAMC), 2023.

Winner of the Award for Excelence for the essay of the exhibition 

“Heart Howls”.


P.E.O. Scholar Awards, 2023.

Winner of the P.E.O. Scholar Award.

The Shelley & Donald Rubin Foundation, 2022.

Winner of the first curatorial open call for exhibitions at The 8th Floor gallery, New York City.

American Alliance of Museums, 2022.

Grantee for the AAM Annual Meeting.

Boston, Massachussets.

College Art Association & Getty International Program, 2022.

Grantee for the CAA Annual Conference (virtual). Chicago, Illinois.

Ministerio de Cultura y Juventud, 2020.

Research grant for the "Creative Scholarships" program.

Universidad de Costa Rica, 2019.

Honor degree for an average score of 9.5 in the Art History bachelor (scale 0-10).

Paul J. Getty Foundation, Los Angeles, 2019.

Full scholarship for the ICOM General Conference “Museums as Cultural Hubs: The Future of the Tradition”. Kyoto, Japan.

International Training Center for Museum Studies (ICOM-ITC), Beijing, 2019.

Full scholarship for the workshop "The Challenges of Museum Collections Today". Beijing, China.

Universidad de Costa Rica , 2015.

Honorable mention and publication recommendations for the degree thesis in Psychology, entitled "The Filial Manifesto of Leopoldo María Panero: A Psychoanalytic Reading of the Book El lugar del hijo".

Universidad Autónoma de San Luis Potosí, Mexico, 2009.

Scholar of Psychology degree studies.

San Luis Potosí, México.


“Appropriation of the Body Through Video, Photography and Performance in Feminist Art”, imparted by Elizabeth Ross (Mexico), 15 hours. Cultural Center of Spain. 2023.

Keys to professionalization: The exhibition project”, imparted by Adonay Bermúdez (Spain), 6 hours. Cultural Center of Spain. 2022.

How to make an artist statement?”, imparted by Josseline Pinto (Guatemala).

La Nueva Fábrica. 2022.

Thinking about the concept, unlearning the concept”, imparted by Natalia Domínguez (El Salvador), 15 hours. Cultural Center of Spain, 2022.

LGBTIQ Literature: Fantasies, Desires and Identities”, imparted by Roberto Acuña (Costa Rica), 40 hours. Abecedaria Estudios Culturales, 2021.

“Sustainability and social inclusion in museums”, November 15th – 19th (virtual). ICOM Ecuador. 2021.

“The Museum: Conservation, Managing, Education, Put in Value”,

February 3rd - March 31st (virtual).Organizzazione Internazionale Italo-Latino Americana, 2021.

"Museology and Queer Memories in Latin America", given by Florencia Croizet (Argentina), 32 hours (virtual). Mexican Institute of Curatorship and

Restoration, 2020.

"Museological Plan: Strategic Planning for Museums", 40 hours (virtual). National School of Public Administration, Brazil, 2020.

"Accessibility in Museums", 20 hours (virtual). National School of Public Administration, Brazil, 2020.

"Digital marketing for cultural projects", imparted by Eva Lapuente (Spain), 20 hours (virtual). Centro Cultural España, 2020.

AiR's "Processes to Look a (Not) Visible art" & "Collecting the Memory", imparted by Camila Caris (Museo del Mundo), 16 hours. Centro Cultural

España and Casa Caníbal, 2020.


AiR "Curatorship: a lab of senses", imparted by Andrés

Isaac Santana (Cuba). 20 hours. Centro Cultural España and

Casa Caníbal, 2019.

Training "First Aid to Cultural Heritage in Times of Emergency", imparted by Samuel Franco (Blue Shield International, ICOM), total of 40 hours as an attendee and collaborator in three venues: Museo de Arte Costarricense (San José, Costa Rica), Finca 6 Archaeological Site (Puntarenas, Costa Rica) and Andean Summit of Museums of the Americas (Quito, Ecuador), 2018.


“Dismantling the ‘Frida Kahlo’ Myth / Frida Kahlo: The Scenical

construction of the self", imparted by Patricia Mayayo (Universidad

Autónoma de Madrid), 6 hours. Psychology Postgraduate Program,

Universidad de Costa Rica, 2018.

Upgrade Training for Museum Profesionals of Costa Rica”, 110 hours. Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México in Costa Rica, 2017.

"Violence Melancholics in the Contemporary Peruvian Art", imparted by Gustavo Buntinx (Peru), 12 hours. Arts Research Institute, Universidad de

Costa Rica, 2017.

"Five Key Moments in the Korean Art", imparted by Tae-Ho Lee (Mayongji University, Korea), 15 hours. Cátedra de Estudios de Corea y el Este Asiático; Arts Research Institute, Universidad de Costa Rica, 2017.

"Heritage and Teaching", imparted by María Isabel Vera and Juan Ramón Moreno (Universidad de Alicante, Spain), 6 hours. Arts Research Institute, Universidad de Costa Rica, 2016.

"Investigation Design and Qualitative Analysis Using Atlas.ti”.

Psychologycal Reasearch Institute, Universidad de Costa Rica, 2010.


● Member of the Sector Board of Visual Arts of the Ministry of Culture.

● Certified Curator of State Collections in Costa Rica.

● Association of Art Museum Curators (AAMC).

● International Council of Museums United States (ICOM-US), board member of Costa Rica’s national committee (2022-2023).

College Art Association (CAA).

Foundation for the Memory of LGBTIQ People of Costa Rica.

Getty International Program Alumni.

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