Davis Feminist Film Festival Art Show "I Exist" Davis Feminist Film Festival May 10th & 11th 2018
Design for Democracy "Vota, Vote, It's for the People" American Institute of Graphic Arts April 2018 Power to the Polls "I Exist" Amplifier Art April 2018
Ellen Hansen Memorial Gallery "I Exist" Fifth Place Prize Winner UC Davis's Women's Resources and Research Center April 20, 2018
Exit Through the Bathroom "Safety First!" University of California, Davis December 6, 2017-December 7, 2017 February 2018
Cliteracy & You "Como la flor" Manetti Shrem Museum of Art October, 2017
Design Work Worth Doing San Jose State University May 1, 2017-May 16,2017 Get Out the Vote Campaign "If Eagles Could Vote" American Institute of Graphic Arts July 2, 2016-Present
SBCC Annual Student Exhibition "The Invisible Worker" "Mujeres de Maiz" First Place in Printmaking Santa Barbara City College, Spring 2015 April 17-May 8, 2015
What the Channel Means to Me, 2012 Channelkeeper Student Art Show March 6, 2012
Graduate Student Researcher June 2018 – Present Student Success Intern Chicanx/Latinx Student Success Task Force September 2016 – January 2016
The Chicanx/Latinx Student Success Task Force is dedicated to serving cultural, educational, and social needs to the Chicanx and Latinx student body at San Jose State University. These needs are met through programs, events, and workshops that better serve the community in order to become successful in higher education. The Student Success Interns role is to help plan and execute workshops and events as well as connect with student organizations to better understand their needs that can help them become a successful student.
Art Consultant Social Impact Internship Program November 2015 – April 2016
Students at San Jose State University were contracted by the Santa Clara County to execute a project that relates to social justice for the Santa Clara County. The proposed project was to put together a chalk art festival dedicated to immigrant rights for the Santa Clara County. This festival connected the community with resources and promoted immigration reform through art created by the community.
Graphic Designer at Casa Dolores August 2014 – July 2015 Casa Dolores is a museum that collects, preserves, studies and exhibits a collection of Mexican folk art. The museum also dedicates itself to connecting with the community by providing presentations, exhibits, and workshops that connect with the art at the museum. The responsibility of the graphic designer is to create promotional material, update the website and social media pages, as well as photograph the art.
Present – M.F.A. Interactive Design, University of California, Davis 2017 – B.A. Art/ Design Studies & Minor Mexican American Studies, San Jose State University 2015 – A.A. Liberal Arts, Santa Barbara City College 2015 – A.A.-T Studio Arts, Santa Barbara City College