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Curation

SELECTED CURATORIAL EXPERIENCE

 

  • Curated and Programmed the short films of three filmmakers and one film collective – Manuel Huerta, Bertha Alicia Aguilar Garcia, Eve-Lauryn LaFountain, and LA Co-Media (Los Angeles Collective Media) at the Santa Fe Art Institute (SFAI) in Santa Fe, New Mexico, Summer 2023. 

  • Curator of CSU San Bernardino’s Introduction to Chicanx Art, Visual Studies, and New Genres student artists’ works into Glass Cases in the Visual Arts Center, 2019-2020.

  • Curator at Self-Help Graphics & Art for Digital Storytelling Workshop Series, 2019

  • Co-Curator at Self-Help Graphics & Art for CalArts’s Community Art Partnership Program’s Self-Help Graphics & AmeriCorps Culmination Event, for the 2017-2018 Media Mash Up Class, 2018

  • Co-Curator at Los Angeles Center for Digital Art’s Community Art Partnership Multi-Program AmeriCorps Culmination Event, for the 2016-2017 K-through-12 CalArts Classes, 2017

  • Co-Curator at Self-Help Graphics & Art for CalArts’s Community Art Partnership Program’s Self-Help Graphics & AmeriCorps Culmination Event, for the 2016-2017 Media Mash Up Class, 2017

  • 24th San Diego Latino Film Festival Selection Committee, 2017

  • Co-Curator at Los Angeles Center for Digital Art’s Community Art Partnership Multi-Program Culmination Event, for the 2015-2016 Media Mash Up CalArts Class, 2016

  • Co-Curator at Self-Help Graphics & Art for CalArts’s Community Art Partnership Program’s Self-Help Graphics Culmination Event, for the 2015-2016 Media Mash Up Class, 2016

  • Creator and Co-Curator of an Online-Trans-Continental-Filmmaking Collective, Filmmaking The World, dedicated to international screenings and discussions via Adobe Connect,  2014-2015

  • Curator at CalArts’s Black & White Theater, for Un Pueblo dentro de una Gran Ciudad/A Small Town within a Grand City, with a ‘Q & A’ session moderated by Diego Robles and participated by members of Comite de la Esperanza and Bérénice Reynaud, 2014

  • Curator Mentor and Assistant for MI GENTE’S Film Festival at CalArts, 2013 and 2014

  • Head Coordinator and Curator of MI GENTE’s Latino/a & Chicano/a Cinema Series: “What is Chicano/a Cinema? What is Chicano/a? What is Cinema? Is Chicano/a Cinema_____? What!? Chicano/a Cinema!?”, 2013

    • Ruins and Magnavoz by Jesse Lerner, with an Introduction by Thom Andersen and ‘Q & A’ session moderated by Diego Robles and Thom Andersen, 2013

    • Progress by Andres Garza, with an Introduction by Gary Mairs and ‘Q & A’ session moderated by Diego Robles and Gary Mairs, 2013

  • Head Organizer of ‘Woman and Film’, a Co-Curated set of screenings in ‘Film Today’, a, historic Film/Video Course taught by Berenice Reynaud at CalArts, 2013

  • Co-Curator for MI GENTE’s Latino/a & Chicano/a Student-Artists Series: Luis Flores, in the Video Studio, CalArts, 2013

  •  “Sprawl 4.0” Poetry and Experimental Narrative Readings, Highland Park, Los Angeles, 2013

  • Guest Poet in SUNDAY JUMP at “Kapistahan Grill”, Historic Filipinotown, Los Angeles, 2013

  • “Sprawl 3.0” Poetry and Experimental Narrative Readings, Spring Arts Tower Downtown, Los Angeles, 2013

  • “Sprawl 2.0” Poetry and Experimental Narrative Readings, California Institute of the Arts Butler Building, Los Angeles, 2013

  • ‘6 Friends’ was a show co-curated of and by 6 artists from 4 different countries, exhibiting video installations that interrogate the meaning of borders, collage, assemblage, similitude, and difference. The video installations were shown for a about a week in C113, a Film/Video Gallery Space, at CalArts, 2012

  • Guest Poet in SUNDAY JUMP at “Tribal Café”, Historic Filipinotown, Los Angeles, 2012

  • “Sprawl 1.0” Poetry and Experimental Narrative Readings, California Institute of the Arts Butler Building, Los Angeles, 2012

  • Co-Curator for MI GENTE’S Film Festival at CalArts, 2011 and 2012

  • Video Curator for the Cal Art’s “Quasi-Cinemateque”, 2011 and 2012

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