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Natasha Dangond is a visual artist whose work is largely inspired by her biracial identity, the stories of her ancestors, and the aim to create meaningful exchange of narratives.

Through multidisciplinary art, she explores methods of emotion-based storytelling while seeking to manifest a more empathetic world.


Her work is a culmination of studying dance, documentary photography, and filmmaking throughout her life- exploring multiple mediums due to her endless curiosity mixed with a desire to continue challenging her ideas that push her out of her comfort zone.
















Recognition:

  • 2018 Artist in Resident at California College of Arts - San Francisco, CA
  • 2017 Chips Quinn Scholar - Nashville, TN
  • 2017 Greater Bay Area Journalism Awards:
  •  News Photography for El Tecolote - Second Place
    •                                              Newspaper Photo Series for El Tecolote - First Place
  • 2015 Honorable mention in Video Journalism - Journalism Assosciation for Community Colleges State Competition
  • 2015 Two Honorable Mentions in News Photography - Better Newspapers Contest sponsored by CNPA
  • 2015 Acceptance into Multimedia Storytelling Workshop through Santa Fe Photographic Workshops,  New Mexico. 
  • 2015 Film selection for the Bay Area Women in Film and Media Shorts Showcase 

Selected Exhibitions:

  • 2018  7th Anniversary Show, Incline Gallery - San Francisco, CA
  • 2017  Latino Life , Accion Latina - San Francisco, CA
  • 2016  A Window to the World - City College of San Francisco, CA
  • 2015  Sixteen 130,  Rayko Photo Center - San Francisco, CA








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