The Past Luminaria Teams


2018 Luminaria Contemporary Arts Festival Curatorial Committee

Alana Coates Portrait

Alana J. Coates

Alana J. Coates is a gallerist, educator, and curator. Academically trained in Art History, Museum Studies, and Nonprofit Leadership, Coates has worked in museums, city-wide-arts programs, and cultural centers. As the Associate Director of Ruiz-Healy Art, Coates works with artists of international acclaim, while supporting emerging artists through independent projects in her free time. Originally from New England, she has called Texas home for almost a decade now. 

Agosto Cuellar Portrait

Agosto Cuellar

Agosto Cuellar is a San Antonio visionary - - Couturier, Entrepreneur, Social Activist, producer, curator, DJ, board member of both SAY Sí and FGI (Fashion Group International), and founder of Planeta Mixteca, a cultural House in the Lavaca neighborhood. He's got deep roots and wide wings having owned and operated the legendary resale/vintage/Art gallery Jive Refried. His collections of irreverent, often recycled garments, landed him in serious Project Runway consideration, where Tim Gunn coined him "Wild Card Cuellar" for his approach. He's currently working as the Merchandising Manager at Goodwill where he combines his unparalleled eye for revolutionary fashion with material re-use. Cuellar is one of the principal founders of "Runway en la Calle", the annual Fashion Show in the heart of the Westside of San Antonio, showcasing community designers.  He has been featured in ELLE, Texas Monthly, the Current, and Out in SA. Cuellar is currently working on his 18th collection for Spring/Summer 2018. 

Adriana Flores Portrait Adriana Flores

Adriana Flores graduated from Texas A&M University and obtained her Master of Science in Information Studies from the University of Texas at Austin. She worked for the San Antonio Public Library for 10 years. Her love of literature, music and education returned her to work with her family business, Alamo Music Center, started by her grandfather in the great depression. Today, Flores is Vice President of Alamo Music Center, which is run by the third and fourth generations of the family. She shares her love of music and the arts with her two sons, as they spend many weekends listening, learning and exploring all forms of art in San Antonio.

Mark McCoin Portrait Mark McCoin

Mark McCoin is an internationally practicing performance / sound / installation artist and educator, who heads the New Media program in the Art and Art History Dept. at the University of Texas at San Antonio. As a musician, McCoin has performed at Carnegie Hall, the Merce Cunningham Studio, the (Smithsonian) National Museum of the American Indian, ruin sites in Peru, and villages in Bali, Indonesia. He has composed scores for dance, theater, film, radio, and for multiple seasons of episodic television. His creative collaborations include works with Michelle Ellsworth, Mark Amerika, Dr. Andrew Weil, and Grammy Award winners, Mary Youngblood, and Joanne Shenandoah. His own interdisciplinary works include the evening length performance work, "Gifts From Unknown Islands," and most recently “The Feral Piano,” performed in 2016 at the ATLAS Interdisciplinary Theater in Boulder, CO. Most recently, he installed a vertically hanging, self-playing piano harp at Site Gallery Houston (The Silos) for Sculpture Month Houston.

Andrea Vocab Sanderson Portrait Andrea Vocab Sanderson

Andrea Sanderson (poet, singer, hip hop artist) known on stage as 'Vocab' has been a spoken word artist since 2001.  She serves as a creative Writer In the Community for Gemini Ink & Barrio Writers, co-hosts: 2nd Verse, Jazz & Poetry with a Purpose, and Fresh Ink Youth Slam. Her poetry is published in The Texas Observer, January 2016 Issue, Pariah Anthology SFA Press, March 2016, and Sycorax’s Daughters, Cedar Groove Publishing, January 2017, which is nominated for a Bram Stoker's Award for Superior Achievement in an Anthology. Her debut theatre production 'The Bad Mama Jama Mixtape' premieres at The Little Carver on March 24th. 

Guillermina Zabala Portrait Guillermina Zabala

Born in Argentina, Guillermina Zabala is a filmmaker and multidisciplinary artist. She graduated from Columbia College Hollywood with a Bachelor of Arts Degree. Currently, she is the Media Arts Director at SAY Sí. She has received numerous awards for her work throughout the years from prominent institutions and has served as a Curator for the 28th CineFestival, the On Screen at Artpace Film Series, and the 9th LA Freewaves and LA’s Freecuencia Film Festival.  Undoubtedly, filmmaking is her passion and it continues to be a solid thread throughout her artistic, educational and research endeavors. Her works have been exhibited in museums and art galleries in Los Angeles, New York, Texas, Miami, and San Francisco; and internationally in Germany, Latin America and Spain. Presently, her print No a La Guerra and her photograph Odas Elementales are shown at the exhibit VOZ: Selections from the UTSA Art collection, and its accompanying catalog, at Centro de Artes in San Antonio.

2018 Mission San José Interpretive Arts Program Curatorial Committee

Carrie Brown Portrait

Carrie Brown

As Public Art Curator for the San Antonio River Authority, Carrie Brown is charged with building a dynamic program for temporary and permanent public art installations, performances, and events for the new San Pedro Creek Culture Park. Scheduled to open in 2018, the project will transform a concrete-lined drainage ditch into a world-class linear park. Prior to her work in San Antonio, Carrie managed public art projects for the City of Austin, Los Angeles County Arts Commission, and the cities of Mesa and Glendale in Arizona. She has worked in the public art field for 15 years and has led award-winning projects including North Austin Community Garden, Austin’s first artist-designed community garden, Hello Lamp Post: Austin, an all-digital temporary installation, and Uplifted Ground, a large-scale installation at the Austin-Bergstrom International Airport. Carrie holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in photography from Arizona State University.  A Chicago native, she also enjoys baseball and adventures with her rescue dog, Lemmy. 
Lindsay Compton portrait Lindsay Compton

Lindsay Compton is a volunteer coordinator with the National Park Service at San Antonio Missions National Historical Park. After earning a BS and M. Ed in Parks and Recreation Management, she has worked in five National Parks as a supervisor, informal educator, and volunteer leader. She is dedicated to combining her love of the arts and social justice with her passion for public lands.

Photo by Rahm Carrington for @uniform300

Luminaria Logo Patrick McMillan

Patrick McMillan, is a founding principal and artistic director of Toxey/McMillan Design Associates, a full-service museum planning, exhibit design, and heritage tourism development firm. McMillan has led his firm to the forefront of exhibition production through creativity and excellence in design, interpretation, and storytelling through illustration, electronics, film, virtual reality, and physical set production. He has also worked extensively in the development of heritage tourism products and his design philosophy is to educate and promote critical thinking through immersive and engaging environments. Redefining the boundary between entertainment and education, McMillan has created cultural tourism draws in Spain, Switzerland, France, the United Kingdom, and the U.S. and has won many awards. Prior to establishing his own firm, McMillan was a senior designer in the Hollywood film industry for Sony Pictures, Warner Bros., Cannon Films and Walt Disney.

Guillermina Zabala Portrait Guillermina Zabala

Born in Argentina, Guillermina Zabala is a filmmaker and multidisciplinary artist. She graduated from Columbia College Hollywood with a Bachelor of Arts Degree. Currently, she is the Media Arts Director at SAY Sí. She has received numerous awards for her work throughout the years from prominent institutions and has served as a Curator for the 28thCineFestival, the On Screen at Artpace Film Series, and the 9thLA Freewaves and LA’s Freecuencia Film Festival.  Undoubtedly, filmmaking is her passion and it continues to be a solid thread throughout her artistic, educational and research endeavors. Her works have been exhibited in museums and art galleries in Los Angeles, New York, Texas, Miami, and San Francisco; and internationally in Germany, Latin America and Spain. Presently, her print No a La Guerra and her photograph Odas Elementalesare shown at the exhibit VOZ: Selections from the UTSA Art collection, and its accompanying catalog, at Centro de Artes in San Antonio.

2018 Production Team

Ethel Shipton, Artistic Production Manager

Ethel Shipton is an artist, curator and producer. Originally from Laredo, she received her BA from the University of Texas in Austin, moved to Mexico City for a few years, and settled in San Antonio. Shipton is a key figure in the visual arts community of San Antonio. She was the Head Preparator at the McNay Art Museum for 13 years and prior to that worked for the San Antonio Museum of Art and Blue Star Contemporary Arts Museum.   Shipton has curated exhibitions for many venues including Guladalupe Cultural Arts Center and Parchman Stremmel Gallery. She directed an independent exhibitions space called The Project Room, giving artists the opportunity to create new works, and she currently directs Vacancy Projects with her partner Nate Cassie. Shipton has been involved with Luminaria since the first one in 2008 -- as an artist, member of the artistic steering committee, and as part of the production team. 

Maritza Cirlos, Logistics Production Manager


Maritza Cirlos, owner of All Services Marketing and Production Manager for the San Antonio Book Festival,has been part of the Luminaria arts festival planning team in vaious roles for many years. For 2018, she is the lead in orchestrating a safe event footprint for the enthusiastic and large festival attendees.

Tonya S. Baum, Mission San José Interpretive Arts Program Production Manager


Tonya Baum has produced, programmed and coordinated more than 15,000 events in the last 20 years working for The City of San Antonio including the NCAA Final Four Festivals, Spurs Celebrations, New Year’s Eve Celebrations, parades, and many others. Baum increased place-making and new programming elements in the downtown parks like Hemisfair, Alamo Plaza, Milam Park and Travis Park by more than 200% since 2008. She has also managed events for associations like Fiesta, Rock N Roll Marathon, Bexar County Tricentennial, and Luminaria.

Stephanie LaFroscia, Community Arts Program Production Manager


Stephanie LaFroscia works with cultural organization in the performing and visual arts, consulting on program development and participant engagement. LaFroscia previously served as a program officer at the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, working with organizations across the city in all disciplines. She came to DCLA in 2015 after eight years at El Museo del Barrio, NY, where she developed a performing arts residency and interdisciplinary programming  in the visual, performing, and literary arts, including Action Actual: Performance Art at El Museo and El Barrio’s Freshest, an annual b-boy/b-girl competition. LaFroscia served as Collections Coordinator for the Estrellita and Daniel Brodsky Collection, NY, 2007-2010, and has held roles at the Bronx Museum of Art and the San Antonio Museum of Art. LaFroscia received a MA in Visual Arts Administration from New York University and a BA in Art History, Summa Cum Laude, from Trinity University in San Antonio, TX. 


2017 Artistic Advisory Committee

Jenny Browne

Jenny Browne is the author of three collections of poems, At Once, The Second Reason and Dear Stranger.  A former James Michener Fellow at the University of Texas, she worked for many years as a poet in the schools through the Texas Commission on the Arts and is currently a professor of English at Trinity University where she teaches courses in creative writing, women and gender studies and environmental literature.  She has received the Cecil Hemley Memorial Award from the Poetry Society of America, a National Endowment for the Arts Fellowship and two fellowships from the Texas Writers League.  Her poems and essays have appeared in numerous publications including American Poetry Review, Oxford American, The New York Times and Tin House.  She lives in downtown San Antonio with her husband, photographer Scott Martin, and their daughters.  Jenny is currently the City of San Antonio’s Poet Laureate. 

Garrett T. Capps

Garrett T. Capps has long been dedicated to the craft of songwriting and musical creation, and received special recognition for his album, Y Lost Lonely Hipsters, from the San Antonio Express News. He was a featured Luminaria artist, performing with Phillip Luna, and is currently preparing his next full-length “space country” album.  Garrett was born in San Antone and received his BBA in Marketing from Texas State University.   He has extensive experience in the field of live music production, with project management at World Audio & Lights and as a booking and Production agent for Paper Tiger, a music club on St. Mary’s Street.

Joe De La Cruz

Joe De La Cruz is an artist born and raised in San Antonio, Texas. He currently works as an exhibitions preparator for museums, galleries and other arts organizations. Joe is also skilled in custom picture framing. In 2012, he opened the small artist-run space known as Silkworm Studio and Gallery, where he presents work by established and emerging artists at the 1906 South Flores Art complex.  He exhibits his artwork locally, working in the mediums of drawing, watercolor painting and large-scale mural painting. Joe is known in the South Flores Arts District as a community facilitator and as a consultant in art presentation and exhibitions fabrication.

Cassandra Parker-Nowicki

Cassandra Parker-Nowicki is the Cultural Center Supervisor for the Carver Community Cultural Center in San Antonio, Texas.  In this capacity, she is largely responsible for the Carver’s artistic programming as well as general oversight of the performing arts complex. Cassandra holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree in Theatre from Southwestern University and has worked in arts administration for over 20 years, including an eight-year tenure at The Majestic and Empire Theatres in San Antonio, as well as three years at the France-Merrick Performing Arts Center in Baltimore, MD.  Cassandra is a member of Association of Performing Arts Professionals, National Performance Network, Southwest Performing Arts Presenters, Women of Color in the Arts & the Guild for Community Arts Educators. Cassandra believes strongly in the power and possibilities that exist within the arts to transform and heal individuals and communities, as well as celebrate that which makes us all unique and that which binds us together.

Troy Peters

Troy Peters has been Music Director of YOSA (Youth Orchestras of San Antonio) since 2009. He has guest conducted many orchestras, including the Oregon Symphony, San Antonio Symphony, and Vermont Symphony Orchestra. His work has been the subject of national media attention from CBS Sunday Morning, National Public Radio’s Weekend EditionSymphony, and The New Yorker. A popular lecturer, he has presented pre-concert talks for the Philadelphia Orchestra and Carnegie Hall.  He has also gained international attention for his orchestral collaborations with rock musicians, including Blind Pilot, Jon Anderson (of the band Yes), and Trey Anastasio (of the band Phish), with whom he recorded two albums on Elektra Records. Working with dozens of San Antonio rock musicians, he created YOSA’s Classic Albums Live series, winner of a 2016 Centropolitan Award from Centro San Antonio. Troy holds degrees from the Curtis Institute of Music and the University of Pennsylvania. Born in Greenock, Scotland (of American parents), he grew up in Tacoma, Washington, and lives in San Antonio with his wife and two children.

Joel Celestino Settles 

Joel Celestino Settles is a San Antonio based multidisciplinary performing artist, educator, and cultural arts administrator. He is a founding member of the award winning sketch comedy group Comedia A Go-Go, co-founder of Colectiva Arts & Culture, and a founding member of SALTA the San Antonio Latino Theatre Alliance. He has performed in, written and/or directed works at the Guadalupe Cultural Arts Center, Jump-Start Performance Co., Teatro Campesino, Dallas' Latino Cultural Center, MACLA in San Jose CA, and SA’s Attic Rep among others. He formerly served as the Theatre Program director for SAY Sí, a nationally recognized youth arts education center.  Joel recently attended the prestigious Directors Lab at the Lincoln Center in NYC where he worked with 70 directors representing 35 countries. He currently serves as the Program Director for the Guadalupe Cultural Arts Center.  

Maritza "Blu" Vazquez

Maritza "Blu" Vazquez is an artist based in Guadalajara, Mexico and San Antonio, TX. Drawing inspiration as an avid diver, her work employs a wide variety of material to explore abstract forms impassioned by her exploration of marine life. She worked for sculptors Diego Martínez Negrete and Saúl Hernández Santoyo, who taught her bronze casting and finishing techniques and with Generoso Villarreal to complete her Coral Series in 2009. Her work has been exhibited internationally in galleries, museums, and public spaces. Blu received her degree in visual arts from the Universidad Autónoma de Guadalajara in 1986 and a BA from the University of Texas at San Antonio in 2015. Active in the arts community, she has served on the Blue Star Contemporary Art Board of Directors since 2011, and currently serves as head of the Exhibitions Committee.


2016 Artistic Advisory Committee

David Alcantar

A native Texan, Alcantar received his BFA from the University of Texas at Austin in general studio art practices with an emphasis on drawing and painting.  Later, from the University of Colorado–Boulder, he received his MFA in Drawing and Painting.  However you will find him making work in whatever media his concept requires.  A strong advocate of art and critical thinking, Alcantar's interest is attached to art's ability to address what is universal and to point out the beauty that exists in the world.  Alcantar’s work concerns human negotiation behavior and the impact of negotiated choices on the narratives and relationships between people, environments, and experiences. 

Angela Covo

Covo was instrumental in bringing Edible San Antonio Magazine to the Alamo City. Both Angela and publisher Frederic Covo are at the helm of Edible San Antonio Magazine, an artistic publication rich in photography and visuals devoted to chronicling the history and stories of people who enrich the local culinary and cultural terrain. Currently, she and Frederic are spearheading the effort to have San Antonio recognized and designated as a UNESCO Creative City of Gastronomy, boosting the city as an international culinary destination. As Managing Editor of La Prensa San Antonio, Covo reported extensively on the arts and other issues that affect the Latino community in San Antonio. She is also a recognized film critic who contributes to Criticwire and sits on the board of The San Antonio Film Festival. The award-winning journalist and editor earned a B.A. in Neuroscience and Spanish from New York University. She honed her writing and editing skills later in life at the journalism program at San Antonio College, where she worked as editor of The Ranger.

Danielle King 

King is a Co-Founder of The Renaissance Guild-San Antonio’s Premiere Black Theatre Company, and her own company, Dramachild Productions. She is an accomplished, multi-award winning actor and singer and has worked in professional entertainment for 20+ years. Her most recent works includes: “Divas of Eastwood-A Celebration of the Chitlin’ Circuit” (The Renaissance Guild),  “Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike (Classic Theatre-ATAC Award for Best Supporting Actress in a Comedy), “Smokey Joe’s Café” (Woodlawn Theatre-ATAC Award for Best Supporting Actress in a Musical), “Ragtime” (Playhouse San Antonio) “African Folktales” (TRG); “Steel Magnolias” (TRG); and “Ethics Follies” (ACS). She is honored to be the recipient of numerous Alamo Theatre Arts Council Globe Awards.  King has a passion for training and inspiring others in theatre and entertainment performance, and conducts theatre classes.

Dr. Joseph Lopez

Lopez (aka “joey phd”) is a Professor and the advisor of the Convergent Media concentration at the University of Incarnate Word in San Antonio, TX. His background spans many fields, however his passion is teaching and working with students and the community to realize their aspirations. A northwest side San Antonio native and PhD graduate from University of Texas at Austin, Lopez creates a unique environment for students to feel encouragement to think and create freely while also giving them the professional and cultural attention needed to succeed in the real world.

Jeanette Muñiz

The Singer-Songwriter, turned Radio Broadcaster is based out of San Antonio, Texas. Since 2011, Muniz has been working as a DJ for KROV 91.7HD2 on a local music program called, "Good Job Texas." There, she began working in Event Hosting, Photography and Video Production, Content Writing, Media Relations, and Marketing. This local music advocate has been recognized by multiple publications, including 'Best Radio Show' in 2015 for “Live and Local” on 91.7FM-KRTU by The San Antonio Current. 

Octavio Quintanilla

Quintanilla is the author of the poetry collection, If I Go Missing (Slough Press, 2014). His work has appeared in Salamander, RHINO, Alaska Quarterly Review, Arcadia, The Bitter Oleander, Fugue, and The Texas Observer. Reviews of his work can be found at Pleiades, CutBank Literary Journal, Concho River Review, San Antonio Express-News, American Microreviews & Interviews, and Southwestern American Literature. He is a CantoMundo Fellow and holds a PhD from the University of North Texas. He is the South Texas regional editor for Texas Books in Review and teaches Literature and Creative Writing in the M.A./M.F.A. program at Our Lady of the Lake University in San Antonio, Texas. 


2015 - 2016 Artistic Advisory Committee

Marisela Barrera

Ms. Barrera is a stage director, actor, and playwright whose interests include community building through the arts. A Latino arts advocate, Barrera co-founded the San Antonio Latino Theatre Alliance and was a 2013 National Association for Latino Arts & Culture Advocacy Leadership Institute Fellow. Barrera has a BFA in Acting from Southern Methodist University and is pursuing a MA/MFA from Our Lady of the Lake University. She served on the Luminaria Performance Steering Committee from 2011 - 2013.  Barrera honed her theater skills in Dallas with Cara Mia Theatre before moving to San Antonio to head the Guadalupe Cultural Arts Theater Program.  At the Guadalupe, she wrote and directed the world premieres of Milagritos and Ay, Pedro!.  Barrera’s focus shifted to conceptual performance when she performed with Guillermo-Gomez Pena in Jump-Start's Epcot: El Ala-MAL and with La Pocha Nostra in public space performances in San Francisco. Her independent projects include award directing of Oscuridad and Carpa for Jump-Start and Lydia for AtticRep.  Barrera’s family play, La Chili Queen y El Serrano, is currently on rotation at the Witte Museum.  This summer, Barrera is acting in AtticRep's La Mahabarata and her new play, Drop House, will be staged at Jump-Start Performance Co.

Paige Berry

Ms. Berry is the owner and CEO of Trilogy Dance Center, which celebrates 6 years in July 2015. She has been studying the performing arts and landing time on stage since she was 5 years old. At the age of 19, she started her professional career as a dancer and began training as an instructor.  Berry has studied  and performed ballet, tap, jazz, mode and hip hop genres from Los Angeles to New York to San Antonio. Berry is a founding company member of San Antonio Jazz Ensemble, which was a dance performance component of Luminaria in 2011, 2012, and 2013. She has a BA in Communications with a focus in Public Relations from The University of Texas San Antonio.  She is a musical theater regular in the San Antonio area and most recently played Glinda in The Wizard of Oz,  Adelaide (Guys & Dolls), Ulla (producers) and Louise in Gypsy at theatres including the Playhouse San Antonio, Vexler Theatre and Woodlawn Theatre.  She has been a volunteer with the Community Justice Program, participating in Ethics Follies at the Empire Theater and is a current member of Leadership San Antonio Class 40. She and her husband are advocates for no kill animal shelters in Bexar County and often foster dogs alongside their own furry pack of four.

Riley Robinson

Mr. Robinson is an artist living and working in San Antonio TX. Robinson has a Masters Degree in Fine Arts from the University of Texas at San Antonio and is employed by Artpace | San Antonio as the founding Studio Director, a position he has held for 21 years. Selected exhibitions of his artwork have been at Testsite in Austin TX; Texas A&M International University, Laredo TX; Sala Diaz, San Antonio, Texas; KIASMA Museum of Contemporary Art Helsinki, Finland and Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond Virginia. In 2008, Robinson selected 66 San Antonio artists to co-author Art At Our Doorstep: San Antonio Writers and Artists with writer Nan Cuba. As a public artist, Robinson has complete six major commissions in the last 5 years including new works for Tesoro Corp, San Antonio Water System, University Hospital System, City of San Antonio and NuStar Energy. Riley Robinson is married to artist Joey Fauerso and they two sons Brendan and Paul.

Adam Rocha

Mr. Rocha received a BS degree in Radio, Television, & Film from University of Texas at Austin. Currently, he is cinema teacher at John Marshall High School in NISD and at the Art Institute of San Antonio. Since 2009 he has been an adjunct teacher at San Antonio College and Northwest Vista College. He has continually worked in the field of film production for twenty-one years. Rocha is the founder and is the Executive Director of the San Antonio Film Festival, which is celebrating it's 21st anniversary. He has directed eight short narrative films and two short documentaries. His short films have screened at various film festivals in the USA. He received a National Association of Latino Independent Producers – Achievement Award in Cinema in 2002. Other accolades include a nomination for a Texas Emmy in 2009, a teacher of the year award in 2010 by WOAI television, and a Peabody Award in 2014. Rocha currently serves as an evaluator for the Texas Commission on the Arts. 

Chris Smart

Mr. Smart is a San Antonio based musician who's been writing, producing and performing for the past 35 years. He's fronted several bands including the Mechanical Walking RobotboyLung Overcoat and Thirteen. He has a BFA from Trinity University. For the last three years he's been touring internationally with singer Chrysta Bell performing music she co-wrote with director/artist David Lynch. Recent performances include the David Lynch Between Two Worlds exhibition at the Gallery of Modern Art, Queensland, Le Femmes S'en Melent Festival, Paris and the Akbank Arts Festival, Istanbul.

Anna Stothart

Anna Stothart joined the San Antonio Museum of Art in February 2015 as the Brown Foundation Curator of Modern and Contemporary Art.  Stothart served as Assistant Curator at the Institute of Contemporary Art in Boston where she organized the solo exhibitons of Mickalene Thomas, Nathalie Djurberg and Hans Berd, Adriana Varejão, and Meleko Mokgosi.  She has also acted as presenting curator for critically acclaimed exhibitions Ragnar Kjartansson: Song; La Toya Ruby Frazier: WITNESS; and Jim Hodges: GIVE MORE THAN YOU TAKE.  Stothart previously served as Curatorial Associate and Curatorial Assistant at the ICA, during which time she coordinated and assisted on multiple exhibitions, including Swoon: Anthropocene Extinction and Isaac Julian: Ten Thousand Waves.  She received her master’s degree in Art History and Museum Studies from the Tufts University with an emphasis on Contemporary Latin American Art.



Are you intererested in being part of the Luminaria artistic or production teams? Please send a letter / email of interest to the Executive Director - be sure to include full contact information and support materials. 


PO Box 120188, San Antonio, Texas 78212 (210) 721-1670 info@luminariasa.org