Online Talk with Artists Amy Diaz-Infante and Angelica Muro, April 8

Posted on March 24th, 2021 by Monterey Museum of Art

Join Monterey Museum of Art online for a live conversation with artists Amy Díaz-Infante and Angelica Muro on April 8 at 4pm, as they share insights about their creative practices and their personal journeys as artists and educators.

In our dialogue with Amy and Angelica we will explore their experiences teaching, leading, and creating, and discuss how to advance equity in the art world and in museums. Fee is $15. Register online in advance.

Amy Díaz-Infante is a visual artist living and working in San Francisco. Díaz-Infante is a full-time faculty member in Printmaking, Drawing, and Design at the City College of San Francisco.

Angelica Muro is an artist and curator who is Chair and Assoc. Professor of Integrated Media and Photography in the Visual and Public Art Department at CSUMB as well as the Director of the Visual and Public Art Gallery at CSUMB. Muro teaches photography, media analysis courses, and community engaged practices.