Solange Aguilar

2021

Artist2Artist Fellowship

Solange Aguilar (They/She/He/Ze) is a queer, Indigenous & Filipinx (Mescalero Apache/Yoeme/Kalinga/Kapampangan) artist, photographer, and poet currently living in Syuxtun, Chumash Territory (Santa Barbara, CA.) Their work focuses on the revitalization/normalization of Indigenous cultures in mainstream society, uplifting and supporting communities of color, and bringing important issues to the forefront using a mix of mediums ranging from watercolor to digital collage to slam poetry. They are a first place winner in the Santa Barbara Poetry Slam and frequently work with organizations such as ImMEDIAte Justice, Survivor Love Letter, Punk Rock Marthas, and the Museum of Contemporary Art Santa Barbara.

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Solange Aguilar. Courtesy of the artist.
Solange Aguilar. Courtesy of the artist.
Solange Aguilar. Courtesy of the artist.
Solange Aguilar. Courtesy of the artist.
Solange Aguilar. Courtesy of the artist.

Solange Aguilar, Womxn. Directed and Edited by Jessenia Galvan-Lloyd. Written by and Starring Solange Aguilar. Cinematography and Assistant Editing by Sky Bear Aguilar. Sound Design by La Marea Vuelve.

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