Dara Katrina Del Rosario is non profit arts administrator, curator, and cultural worker. Informed by personal and historical memory, Del Rosario’s projects investigate modalities of survival, resistance, and joy against institutional and systemic violence, and the process of Revolutionary Futurity. Del Rosario is committed to the disruption of spaces that have historically denied access to BIPOC and asserts that art is essential to collective liberation.
Her research has been presented at the Association for Asian American Studies (AAAS), American Educational Research Association (AERA), Free Minds Free People, and Listen to the Silence. From 2015–2016, Del Rosario was an Emerging Arts Professionals Fellow, and in 2016, The Center for Cultural Innovation awarded her a grant to research non profit art organizations that focused on serving the Pilipinx/ Pilipinx American community.
Del Rosario has worked organizations such as Chinese Historical Society, For Site Foundation, SOMArts Cultural Center, Galería de la Raza, Kearny Street Workshop, and Pin@y Educational Partnerships.
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