Kira Carrillo Corser

Kira Carrillo Corser has 30-years of social justice and environmental art affecting change. She worked 10-years at a major PBS TV and Radio Station, the Carter Center with International Human Rights Defenders, The World Children’s Art Festival in Washington DC, the International Day of the Girl at the Center for Civil and Human Rights, and with refugees from 8 countries in San Diego County and is co-founder of Compassionate Arts. Her art was on national broadcasts with President Clinton on Health Access, in major museums on immigration in “Points of Entry,” at conferences, 19 states and in Congress. She has a Masters in Fine Art and a BS degree in Journalism. She taught 8-years at CSU Monterey Bay, was Director of Arts and Education for Monterey County and Coordinator for a 3-year James Irvine Foundation Communities Arts Initiative. She has 25 awards, 4 books, 58 videos and has 5 nationally traveled collaborative exhibitions.