Angelica Fuentes (Merced, CA) is a curator, writer, and playworker. Fuentes holds a B.A. in Art History, Theory, and Criticism from the University of California, San Diego (UCSD). While attending UCSD Fuentes worked in campus galleries, curated both student and professional art exhibitions, sat on the curatorial committee for two annual student art shows, and participated in the Visual Art Department's art history honors series, which resulted in a research thesis on the recurring image of the crucifix in contemporary art. While living in San Diego, Fuentes worked at a hybrid contemporary art and children's museum, the New Children's Museum, as a playworker and later as apart of the museum’s annual community outreach programming. Fuentes' curatorial interests lie in museum accessibility making space for artists identifying as other in the context of art-historical Eurocentrism and patriarchal canonization. She seeks to use curation as a medium for mobilizing counter-hegemonic visibility regarding diversity, intersectionality, and equity.