Fernanda Mejía has a bachelor’s degree in visual art from the Academia Superior de Artes de Bogotá (Facultad ASB –Universidad Distrital Francisco José de Caldas), Bogotá, Colombia. She is currently specializing in learning in virtual environments at the Centro de Altos Estudios Universitarios, OEI. She has been dedicated to art since 2006, and has participated in more than twenty-six collective shows and four one-woman exhibits. In 2003, she received the ENTEL III Award from the Salón Internacional de Arte, Bolivia, sponsored by the Viceministerio de Cultura, Museo Nacional de Arte, La Paz, Bolivia.
In 2007, with Miguel Rodríguez Sepúlveda, she founded the Taller Multinacional dedicated to the study and practice of visual art. It has a platform for online art courses focused on problems and tendencies in contemporary art. She has coordinated the projects Social Friday and Leisure Circle. She has coordinated the Aula Virtual de Taller Multinacional since 2011. This project was sponsored by Arts Collaboratory, in 2013, and by the Fomento y Coinversiones Culturales of FONCA in 2016. Fernanda Mejía collaborated with inSite/Casa Gallina discussing Edgardo Aragón’s project when it was first presented.