Carina A. del Rosario

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Born in the Philippines, Carina A. del Rosario immigrated to the United States as a young girl. She started honing her observational skills early as she navigated her new home. She has studied photography with Magnum Photographer Alex Webb, Rebecca Norris Webb, Raul Touzon and Eddie Soloway, and has been mentored by numerous visual artists in Seattle. Her work has been exhibited in galleries and museums, mounted as public installations in the Washington and Arizona, and supported by the Seattle Office of Arts and Culture, King County’s 4Culture, Kent Arts Commission, Sound Transit, the Puffin Foundation and the Pride Foundation.

Whether roaming urban streets around the world, or hiking in the mountains, she captures her surroundings and interactions to reflect on both the particular and the universal, the present, the past and the timeless.

In addition to her own creative and documentary projects, she is a teaching artist and helps others use visual arts to look more deeply at their surroundings and communities, advocate for what matters for them, and express their own experiences. She is on the faculty of the Washington State Teaching Artists Training Lab.