Lluvia Higuera

Lluvia Higuera (b. 1975, Los Angeles) is a graduate of Art Center College of Design, Photography Program (2005). She works as a freelance photographer and art educator, teaching in museums and non-profit arts organizations.

She has led workshops and classes in the education departments of the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Museum of Latin American Art, Norton Simon Museum, Hammer Museum, artworxLA and others.

Her independent experience in arts education, coupled with her practice-based photographic research, has helped her define her thoughts on art and its pedagogy to act on new questions about public life and the role of art in community well-being.

She also has made a long-standing commitment to individuals and groups that have little access to health care by teaching restorative forms of yoga and art to help them gain physical and mental well-being.

Lluvia Higuera’s experimental approach as an independent arts professional and educator, inspired this photographic project. Lluvia lives and works in Los Angeles.

Archive Exhibitions Featuring Lluvia Higuera

Shaping a Dialogue for Change – A Look Towards the Future in the Present

Annenberg Space for Photography
 archive : Photoville LA

The Los Angeles based artists featured in this ongoing series of portraits have helped shape art, education, and public space in our city.

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