|MOVING IN MY FATHER'S LAND|
Photo by Miluska Navarrete, Trujillo, Perú
Rosa's latest film project “Matriarchy” (#MATRIARCHYshortfilm, written by Patricia Zamorano) was screened at The Schwules Museum in Berlin, Germany as part of the 12 Moons exhibit (2018), CINEARTE: A Latinx Queer Film & Arts Festival 'Latinx en Accion!' Shorts Program (2018), and more.
Her independent video work has lead her to work with incredible artists like Smith/Wymore Disappearing Acts, Amara Tabor-Smith, Paloma McGregor, Josefina Lopez, Robyn Nisbet, and Patricia Zamorano. She also contributes her multimedia skills at Casa 0101 Theater as a current Board Member. Rosa has travelled to Brazil, Paris, New York, Salt Lake City, Massachusetts, Washington D.C., and Los Angeles with her camera in tow.
Her short plays and theatrical writing contributions have been shared on the Urban Theatre Movement, Highways Performance Space, Chicanas, Cholas Y Chisme stage. Her poetry was published in St. Sucia: A Zine Exposing What It Is to Be a Mujer in Contemporary Society, Issue IX Aquí Y Ahora (2017), and shared with CCC ArtNight at Espacio 1839 (2017), Fullerton Museum (2017 & 2018), Fresno LitHop (2017), and more.
Rosa enjoys working with community and youth. She is a co-teacher with Casa 0101 Theater’s Summer Youth Film Program and recently worked with Angela’s Pulse (angelaspulse.org) in a community organized project titled Pittsfield Moves! funded by the Ford Foundation and supported by Jacob’s Pillow in Massachusetts (#PittsfieldMoves). Education: University of California, Berkeley; English B.A with minors in Dance Performance and Creative Writing. Certification in Laban/Bartenieff Movement Analysis (CLMA) with Integrated Movement Studies. Pre-professional film training with Inner-City Filmmakers.