Angelica Muro received a MFA degree from Mills College in 2005, and a BA in Photography from San Jose State University in 1998. Recent exhibitions include Packing Heat, Slanguage, Wilmington CA, Feel the Difference: Cultural Branding Remix, Works/San Jose, San Jose, CA, Desastre, Mohr Gallery, Mountain View, CA, Better to Die on My Feet, Self-Help Graphics, Los Angeles, CA, and INTERSTICE, CAS gallery, Miami, Florida. Muro has completed commissioned artworks for MACLA (Movimiento de Arte y Cultura Latino Americana), which included digital murals for O’Donnell Park Gardens and the exhibitions: Our Space: Youth Narratives, and Intersections: Reflections of Home and Migration as well as her most recent commission for Ao Dai: A Modern Design Coming of Age at the San Jose Museum of Quilts and Textiles. She is the recipient of the Herringer Family Foundation Award for Excellence in Art and the Trefethen Merit Award. Muro’s curatorial projects have been awarded grants from the Center for Cultural Innovation through the Creative Capacity Fund, the James Irvine Foundation for Intersections, and Adobe Youth Voices. She is co-founder, principal, and curator of Space 47 projects, and is an assistant professor of Integrated Media and Photography at California State University, Monterey Bay in the department of Visual and Public Art.