Selected Past Projects and Consulting

2003-2004 Consulted, produced and managed a five week tour for Delfos Danza Contemporanea in collaboration with National Dance Project of New England Foundation for the Arts and the National Endowment for the Arts.


2006 Panelist, Puertas de las Américas, Mexico City, Mexico    

2006 Consultant/Panelist for Artes Américas (University of Texas at Austin) – Conducted educational workshops and panels with artists and arts professionals in Buenos Aires, Argentina and for SENAC in Sao Paulo, Brazil on (The Required Professional) The Artistic Agent

2009 Feria Internacional del Libro. Guadalajara, Mexico (International Book Fair) City of Los Angeles, Invited Guests.  Cross-cultural consultant, coordinator and project assistant to Director of , Department of Cultural Affairs for the City of Los Angeles  in connection with the National Endowment for the Arts


2010 Instituto Mazatlán Cross- cultural consultant/Producer/Collaborator/Curator for Western Arts Alliance. Participated in planning, development, cross-cultural public relations, identification of resources and sponsorships in Mazatlán for the annual Western Arts Alliance Leadership Institute.

2011-13 Manager/consultant for Delfos Danza Contemporanea, Mellon Fellowship, Gray Center for Arts and Inquiry, University of Chicago


2012 Consultant/Featured panelist for Bi-National ENAME Seminar in collaboration with the American Embassy Cultural Affairs and Centro Nacional de Las Artes, Mexico City, Mexico.

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2016 Keynote speech at the Enartes Conference in Mexico City

Lynn Fisher is a terrific coach. She was more than inspiring for those Mexican performing artists who have never toured to United States, but sought that connection. Her advice and recommendations were very enlightening for young creators. — Guadalupe Moreno Toscano, Coordinadora de Proyectos con los Estados, Centro Nacional de las Artes

I don’t know of a better agent/artist manager with more expertise in Mexico and Latin America than Lynn Fisher at Frontera Arts. Not only does she have years of experience, but she has a vast network of contacts, a savvy understanding of the arts and business both North and South of the border, fluent Spanish, and is a complete joy to work with. — Tim Wilson, Executive Director, Western Arts Alliance

Lynn Fisher is an asset to furthering cross cultural relationships in the performing arts. She possesses a deep understanding and respect for performing artists, the ability to communicate performing arts infrastructures in the US to our arts communities in Latin America and the drive and openness to understand different systems, always looking for ways to develop lasting relationships. Claudia Toni, Music Advisor, Centro Universitario, Universidad de Sao Paulo, Brazil