Fabiola R. Delgado
Fabiola may wear a badge as a Experience Developer at the Smithsonian Anacostia Community Museum but she wears many hats as an independent curator, creative consultant, writer, and performer.
The Art Pusher
Originally from Venezuela with a background in International Human Rights Law, she set headquarters in Washington DC, where she turned her career and now strives for justice through art and cultural experiences. Recognizing storytelling as the essence of her practice, Fabiola works on thought-provoking and imaginative projects that push the boundaries of perspectives and encourage intergenerational creative learning.
Fabiola has worked with institutions such as the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, National Museum of American History, Times Square Arts, the National Museum of Asian Art, the Embassy of Spain, the Museum of Food and Drink, Latela Curatorial, No Kings Collective, the Eaton Hotel, and The Fundred Project with MacArthur Fellow Mel Chin, and The Obama White House.
She’s a co-founder of KAMA-DC, a community-building platform for immigrant-led cultural experiences, and a member of the Curatorial Selection Committee of the GLB Memorial Fund for the Arts, an annual award supporting woman artists and curators in Washington DC, Maryland and Virginia. She also serves as a Communications and Engagement Advisory Committee member for S.O.U.R.C.E Studio, an artist-centered and action-oriented studio focused on artistic approaches that connect people while addressing human challenges in bold, beautiful and poetic ways.
GLB Memorial Fund for the Arts | Selection Committee member (ongoing) (ongoing)
NextGen 8.0 exhibition at VisArts | Juror (Jun-Aug 2021) (Jun-Aug 2021)
Notions of Exile | Washington Project for the Arts (an-Mar 2021 with WPA, and ongoing)
States of Being | District of Columbia Arts Center (Oct 2020 - Jan 2021)
STORM AND STRESS | UMBRELLA14 (Apr 2019)
Localized | CONGRUENT (Jul 2018)
Grand Opening | 7 Drum City (Mar 2017)
My America | Edgewood Arts Center (Jan 2017)
Fundred Project x Toward Common Cause | Smart Museum of Art (Jul - Dec 2021)
Latinx Art Bookclub | The Phillips Collection (Jan 2021)
Hirshhorn Kids | Hirshhorn Museum (2017-2020)
WAVE | Times Square Arts (May-Aug 2020)
The Private Life of Rag Dolls Storytelling | Center for Book Arts, NYC (Feb 2020)
Fundred Project | Eaton Hotel (Jan-Jun 2019)
Chow X Series | MOFAD, NYC (Aug 2018-Feb 2019)
Recovered Memories/Memorias Recobradas | SPAIN arts & culture (Sep-Nov 2018)
Fresh Ball Gala | Words Beats & Life (Nov 2019)
Fridays at the Freer | National Museum of Asian Art (Jul-Aug 2018)
Meditate for Happiness | HALCYON’S By the People Festival (Jun 2018)
Museum Mindshare | Blog post for Gesso
The “X “in Latinx | Blog post for The Phillips Collection
Common Ground | Live Conversation with The Brooklyn Rail
ARTISHOCK | Entrevista con Alejandra Villasmil
PRODAVINCI | Reseña por Manuel Vásquez-Ortega
¿Qué más? Podcast | Conversación con Vicente Ulive-Schnell y Daniel Pratt
Radio Exitos | Conversación con Carolina Jaimes Branger
Tráfico Visual | Conversación con Faride Mereb y Fabiola Delgado
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