Fabiola Carranza – Canadian Art
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Fabiola Carranza

Fabiola Carranza examines visual, cultural and personal phenomena through art and writing. She studied art in Vancouver and is currently an art-practice PhD student at the University of California, San Diego. Carranza has participated in exhibitions in Canada and internationally, including at Plug In Institute for Contemporary Art (Winnipeg), the National Gallery of Costa Rica (San José) and the Contemporary Art Gallery (Vancouver). Her first public art commission, Seven Signs, was on view at Waterfront Park in Seattle in 2016, and her play The Mexican Husband was published by Blank Cheque Press in 2019.
What Ever Happened to Felicia Montealegre?

What Ever Happened to Felicia Montealegre?

A distant relative of the wife of Leonard Bernstein looks at her creative and family life, on and off the stage