Lizbeth Ortiz, Art director/Artist
Lizbeth Ortiz graduated from HSPVA/Houston and attended Pratt Institute/NYC.
She has developed a singular style by utilizing recycled materials, various modeling pastes and gels into all of her art. “I love texture; I feel it is the perfect exclamation mark to create emotions, colors and memories.” Her work is both delicate in execution and strong in visual impact.
Most notable events
Annual Frida Festival, Annual Explicitly Chingona Show, Annual Dia de Los Muertos show, and our Annual Selena Tribute show.
Iris Contreras, Event Coordinator/Curator/Artist
Steampunk 2014, Sur/real Summer 2015, Remembering Selena 2015, Soy Latino! Hispanic Heritage Month Exhibition 2015
Jenn “Blue 130” Corletto, Coordinator/Curator/Artist
“…Tastes like Candy and Kicks like Whiskey” is the best way to describe the work of self taught artist Blue One Thirty. Her style has something for everyone, and is heavily influenced by so many things, especially her graffiti background, tattoo apprenticeship, and pop culture. Blue’s whimsical illustrative art often incorporates textile elements, layered cutouts, and anything her imagination cooks up.
Annual Animation shows: 80’s cartoon crazy 2013, Animation Nation 2014, and Drawn to be Bad 2015. Co/curator of Dia De Los muertos 2012. Bombshells and Brawlers 2013, Here Kitty Kitty 2014 and Mouthless Kat 2013 our Hello Kitty & friends tribute show, “Crazy Reality” Tim Burton Tribute 2016, Spring POP 2016, “In Dreams and Storybooks” 2016