Assistant Professor of New Media & Animation
Cristina Molina is a visual artist who creates video installations that include still imagery and sculptural forms. Molina’s non linear, hypnotic works centralize female protagonists within historical, mythical, and autobiographical narratives. Her work has won national awards for its immersive quality and inventive use of technology including the National Association for Latino Arts and Culture project grant funded in part by the Ford Foundation and Surdna Foundation.
Molina has exhibited her artwork in regional, national, and international institutions including the Ogden Museum of Southern Art, Contemporary Art Center New Orleans, Museum of Contemporary Art North Miami, Harvestworks Digital Media Center New York City, and Makii Masaru Fine Art Gallery in Tokyo.
She is currently an artist member of The Front in New Orleans (an artist run gallery) and is Assistant Professor of New Media + Animation at Southeastern Louisiana University where she teaches all levels of New Media + Animation courses. For more information regarding Cristina Molina’s art practice please visit her website.