Guillermina Zabala is an Argentine media artist based in San Antonio, TX. She graduated from Columbia College-Hollywood with a Bachelor’s degree in Cinema. Currently, she is the Media Arts Director at San Antonio’s SAY Sí. In October, 2008 she received the San Antonio Artist Foundation Award for her documentary project Juanito’s Lab and in November, 2006 she was awarded with the NALAC Fund for the Arts Grant for the same project. Recently, Guillermina exhibited a photography series; and the video installation Volver as part of Fotograma along Martín C. Rodriguez at Galeria Ortiz Contemporary; and the installation Ready to Wear for the exhibit Arte Latina: Roar at the Blue Star Contemporary Arts Center. Other projects include the photography series No a la Guerra at Art Attack in Bonn, Germany; the photograph El Flaco (Flaco Jiménez) at UTSA’s Institute of Texas Cultures as part of the exhibit Conjunto; the photograph Sin Fronteras shown at Latino Expressions IV; the videos for Victoria Suescum’s Tremendo Manicure and Andy Benavides’ Somos, created along Laura Varela, at the Museo Alameda del Smithsonian; and the short film The Hot Room, which aired on Showtime Networks, Inc.