Giselle Mira-Diaz


Giselle Mira-Diaz is a first-generation Latinx lens-based artist and arts educator currently residing in Chicago, IL. Giselle’s work explores the complexity of immigration, hybrid cultures, heritage, and Latinx identity through various mediums, including photography, performance, experimental video, and paper-making. Her passion is to promote equality and social justice through her collaborative art practice. Giselle’s artwork has been exhibited internationally, including in Canada, United States, Argentina, Finland, Germany, Slovakia, South Korea, and Japan; some of the galleries include Gallery 44, Purple Window at Mana Contemporary Chicago, OFF_Festival Slovakia, Artscape Youngplace Toronto, and Osaka University of Arts, among others. Giselle has a BFA from OCAD University and a Master of Arts in Art Education from The School of the Art Institute of Chicago. She is currently working on an MFA in Photography at Columbia College Chicago and works as a museum educator at the Museum of Contemporary Photography. 

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