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A native of Dallas, TX, Angela Faz is a socially engaged artist focusing on creating community through printmaking. Their studio practice of focus involves relief printmaking, monotypes, and silkscreen. As a printmaker for over twenty years, in 2019, Faz founded Radical Love Art Collective to prioritize activists, migrant, women, queer, trans artists, and artists of color with a skill-share art model of creative response tools needed to do what they do best. Faz believes that empowering activists and artists committed to culture work in the Dallas community will lead to long-term cultural change.
Their work has been featured by KERA, D Magazine, The Texas Standard, and others. They have exhibited at Turner House and Plush Art in Dallas, and venues beyond Dallas include the Monotype Guild Exhibition at the Attleboro Arts Museum, Hooker-Dunham Gallery in Brattleboro Vermont and Tracey Gallery in Portland, Oregon, among others. And in 2018, their work was displayed as part of a public art display, “The Doors of Make Room” on the streets of Washington, D.C. in 11 different public and private spaces.
Faz holds a B.A in Visual Communications from Collins College in Tempe, Arizona and uses their years in the trenches of corporate marketing to advance community groups engaged in liberation work in Dallas. Faz has been behind the scenes since 2005 in various causes
and recently in community with Mother’s Against Police Brutality.
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