Conchita Villalba is an artist with a B.A. in Fine Arts from UCLA, where she served as project director of Raza Artistas del Pueblo. Her background in graphic design publishing has led her to explore the use of multimedia in the arts. Originally from the Bay Area, she returned to become a community arts activist through her cultural work as a collective member of the TV show Viva la Vida and digital mural with fellow members of Galeria de la Raza’s ReGeneration Project. She is currently teaching computer art at the Center for Adaptive Learning and is active with the Centro Cultural Rosacruz, producing independent videos. She also enjoys creating work in sculpture and drawing.