Nicolas Menlo is an artist and Arts Administrator with a BFA from the Universidad de Los Andes in Bogotá, and a Masters in Arts Administration (2018) from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. Menlo works in the creation and strengthening of art-related strategies which, combined with other disciplines, allow the empowerment of local communities to negotiate their specific problematics. He has worked with, and is interested in, the potential of curatorial practices, site-specific interventions and printed publications as pedagogical devices and change ignitors on both a grassroots and institutional level.
Menlo is also the Assistant Director of Community Arts at the Maryland Institute College of Art, and Director and founder of the non-profit organization Fundación 4-18.
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