Alejandro de la Guerra
Alejandro de la Guerra is a Nicaraguan artist and art teacher, he began a planned year-long residence as a visiting fellow at UConn’s School of Fine Arts. The main thematic point of reference of de la Guerra’s art is historical memory. Among his best-known works is the public sculpture/performance piece, La Caída (The Downfall), in which a famous torn-down equestrian statue of former Nicaraguan dictator Anastasio Somoza was first meticulously re-created and re-mounted, and then torn down again before a large assembly in Managua. Examples of his work may be seen at his Website and blogspot. De la Guerra looks forward to getting new work done in new media while at UConn, and welcomes opportunities to mount exhibits of his work and talk to classes and speak at other public events about political and activist art in Nicaragua and Central America.
Solsiree del Moral
Solsiree del Moral is an Associate Professor of History, Amherst College, is in residence at El Instituto and the Department of History for the academic year. With support from an ACLS Burkhardt Fellowship, she is completing a book manuscript, titled “Street Children, Crime, and Punishment in Puerto Rico, 1940-1965.”
Yazmín García Trejo
Karmele Mendoza Pérez
Alberto D. Martínez Castillo
Joseph P. Feldman
Patrick “Pato” Hebert
Artist, educator and cultural worker, you can find out more about his work by clicking here.
Favianna Rodríguez Giannoni
Printmaker and Social Justice Activist, more about her can be found here.