St. John’s University, Queens, NY, 2014-2018.
Selected Publication Exhibitions
Printed Matter LA Art Book Fair, The Geffen Contemporary at MOCA, Los Angeles, CA, April 2019.
ZONAMACO, Mexico City, Mexico, February 2019.
College Art Association Conference, New York, NY, February 2019.
Printed Matter NY Art Book Fair, MoMa PS1, Queens, NY, September 2018.
Yeah, That’s What She Said’s Motherland Pop-up, Knockdown Center, Maspeth, NY, July 2017.
Workshops and Presentations
History of Machismo Presentation, Feminists Unite Organization, St. John’s University, Queens, NY, April 2017
Art exhibition, TBD, Queens, NY, 2019
Amor Exchange Mixer and Zine Release, June Bar, Brooklyn, NY, February 2018
Nosotras Zine Fair, June Bar, Brooklyn, NY, September 2017
New Works Grant, Queens Council on the Arts funded by New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, Greater New York Arts Development Fund, January 2019.
Publications as Author
Issue III: Soy Mujerista, February 2019
Issue II: Más Amor, Por Favor, February 2018
Issue I: Nosotras, July 2017
Collections and Locations
Más Amor, Por Favor, Soy Mujerista, Pop-Up Library: Frida Kahlo, Brooklyn Museum, Brooklyn, NY.
Soy Mujerista, Frëims, Mexico City, MX.
Soy Mujerista, Quimby’s Bookstore, Chicago, IL.
Nosotras, Booklyn, Brooklyn, NY.
Nosotras, Más Amor, Por Favor, Word Up Community Bookshop, New York, NY.
Más Amor, Por Favor, Sophia Smith Collection zines collection, Smith College, Northampton, MA.
“How Women of Color Are Leading NYC’s Art Collectives Movement,” NYLON, November 2018
“The View from the NY Art Book Fair Zine Tent: 8 Zines You Want to Know About,” HyperAllergic, September 2018
“El Activismo Social Como Método de Ayudar a los Otros para Ayudarse a Uno Mismo,” People en Español Chica, February 2018
“4 Zines By Latinas That You Should Be Reading,” Remezcla, February 2018
“Introducing the Mujeristas Collective,” The Torch, October 2017
“5 radical zines by latina/x women,” i-D, September 2017