Alixa Garcia

Alixa Garcia

Alixa García is a Colombian born, multi-disciplinary artist and movement architect whose work is imbued in ritual, spirit, and deep reverence for our Great Mother, Great Lover: our Earth. She is an award-winning poet, activist, and filmmaker. García is a musician, science-fiction writer, essayist, and visual artist with a 20 year independent career. Rooted in social and environmental justice, her performance and keynote speaking has taken her around the globe, from South Africa to Costa Rica, Scotland to Mexico, and has been featured at hundreds of festivals, universities, and conferences. She performed at the first Women’s March in 2016 with over 500K people on the streets, and millions watching world-wide. She has presented at the United Nations and T.E.D: Ideas Worth Spreading, and has shared the stage with the likes of artists Janelle Monáe, Maxwell, and Erykah Badu, and activist intellectuals Alice Walker, Angela Davis, and Cornel West. As a visual artist, she has exhibited her work in museums and galleries both nationally and internationally, including on the mega-screens in Times Square, New York City, the Kunsthal Kade Museum, Netherlands, and the Contemporary Museum of Art, Los Angeles. She is co-founder of Climbing Poetree and founder of Alixa Garcia Studio.