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Course: Presentation tools for calls


4 classes (Saturdays)


10 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.


From distance

Total fee:

AR$6500 | $45 


Lucia Warck Meister

Photo by Dan Dimmock on Unsplash


How do I present myself and communicate my artistic work? How can I transmit my work development? How do I put together my resume and biography?

Mastery of the different presentation tools, curriculum vitae, conceptual memory (statement) and biography are essential to ensure the visibility and scope of artistic production. This course offers an introduction to presentation strategies for the assembly of a central communication that, according to the particular needs of each artist, artistic project or professional challenge, can be adapted without problem and in the best possible way. 

We explore the strategic use of cover letter, motivation letter, conceptual memory / statement, differences between resume and biography, how and what type of images to select and how to put together a budget. Tools that help us manage not only the promotion of ourselves as artists and our artistic production, but also how to apply it when we have to present ourselves to calls. 

Respecting the idiosyncrasy and particular functioning of the art world, each participant will be able to develop their own presentation strategy, thus being able to analyze not only each tool developed throughout the course, but also learn to analyze the central points to take into account when time to have to adapt your presentations to the different calls. 
Using concrete examples
  and always taking into account the context and profile of each artist, the keys will be seen to read between the lines what is central and  most appropriate when applying and looking for a solid  visibility of artistic work.

Trainer's mini bio

Lucia Warck-Meister has an MFA from the Prilidiano Pueyrredón School of Fine Arts, Buenos Aires. His works have been exhibited at the DUMBO Art Festival, New York, Palm Beach International Biennial, Florida; Outdoor Sculpture Exhibition Bellevue, WA, Museo del Barrio, New York; Museum of the Americas, Washington DC; Griffiss Sculpture Park, Rome, NY; Miura Museum of Art, Matsuyama City, Japan; Briggens Museum, Bergen, Norway, Deutsche Bank Foundation, New York; Piedmont Biennale, Turin, Italy; National Foundation for the Arts, Buenos Aires, Recoleta Cultural Center, Buenos Aires, MAT Tigre Art Museum, Buenos Aires; MUMBAT, Tandil; Timothy Navarro Museum, Tucumán, Argentina.

He has received the following awards: Scholarship from the National Endowment for the Arts 2019; SACO6, Antofagasta, Chile 2017; 2014, Ibermuseum Prize; Pollock-Krasner Grant 2009, New York; 2007 Guest Artist at the American Academy in Rome, Italy; in 2006 he won the First Prize at the Biennial of Sculpture in Public Spaces, Palm Beach, Florida. Lucia has been an artist in residence at ArtCenter SF, Miami; Sculpture Space, Utica; School of Visual Arts: Public Art Residency, New York; CAMAC, Marnay-sur-Seine, France; NYFA Mentoring Program - New York Foundation for the Arts, NY; ISLAND, Antofgasta, Chile.

Instagram: @luciawarckmeister 




  • Date  Of start  April 3, 2021

  • Duration 4 classes  

  • Modality: Distance - Virtual format 
    weekly meetings

  • Hours: 10 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. on saturdays

  • Fee: total fee of $6,500 for Argentine residents | $45 for  foreign

  • Quantity: Maximum 20 participants

CLASS 1:  04/03/2021 Presentation Letter and Motivation Letter
CLASS 2: 04/10/2021 Conceptual report / Statement
CLASS 3: 04/17/2021 Differences between Curriculum Vitae and Biography
  04/24/2021 Selection of Images and Budget




In order to register, it is necessary to have a Gmail account since the program will be carried out through a Google tool (Classroom, Meet, Drive, etc.), you have time until April 2, 2021.

Once you complete the registration form we will send you the CBU so that you can enter the payment.



For any questions, or information about the program, do not hesitate to write us using the form or by mail to

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