Internacionalización de la Ilustración en Uruguay
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I hold the position of Specialist in Creative Industries at the Institute for the promotion of investments, exports and country image, Uruguay XXI. From 2013 to 2018 I worked as a literary agent for the Books from Uruguay programme of the National Directorate of Culture of Uruguay, participating assiduously in the International Book Fairs of Frankfurt, Bologna and Guadalajara as well as in the regional experiences of MICSUR. As a literary agent for this programme, I closed the sale of rights to some thirty works by contemporary Uruguayan authors to more than 15 destinations.
Sebastián Artigas is the manager of the Uruguayan Chamber of Books, and one of the people responsible for coordinating the Monte-video FIL, as well as the Children's and Young People's Literature Fair, both of which are promoted by the Chamber of Books. Sebastián was a bookseller and in charge of tasks related to the distribution of titles to libraries and in his current role as manager he has a clear responsibility for the contents of the activities of the events that they coordinate in FIL Montevideo.
Cecilia Bertolini, was born in Montevideo, Uruguay. She studied psychology at the Universidad de la República and later graphic design with Higo Alíes. She researched and deepened her studies in psychopedagogy and gradually she was inclined to artistic teaching and the scenario of cultural institutions. In 2011 he enrolled in the first Technicature of Museology and since then he has carried out various works related to the management, production and didactics of heritage. He created PUENTE, a project focused on the development of actions and didactic materials for museums and cultural spaces. She currently works as a teacher of artistic training and works at the National Institute of Visual Arts of the National Direction of Culture of the Ministry of Education and Culture of Uruguay, where she carries out actions of strengthening and professionalization of the illustrators inside and