Sep 2, 2017
Kira Carrillo Corser is a photojournalist, artist, and community leader with over 15 years of experience, publishing and exhibiting in 19 states across the US in venues such as the Museum of Photographic Arts in San Diego and the Smithsonian in Washington D.C. She taught "Arts and Community” for 8 years in Service Learning and taught as a Visual Art Consultant in Human Communications at CSU - Monterey Bay.
From art galleries, museums, universities, and national conferences to U.S. Congress in Washington D.C., Kira’s art knows no limits. Her goal remains: to produce works with artists and nonprofit organizations that aid and promote social justice or wellness and to consult for or teach individual and collaborative projects using art as a force for social action and visual literacy.
A special thank you to: Lisa Parsons, Co-Director of the Posts for Peace and Justice Project; Felecia (Fe Love) Lenee Williams and Sherretha Jackson, Youth Program Directors; and partners One Billion Rising, Compassionate CA, Compassionate ARTS in Action and First Night Monterey.