Anastassia Rabajille

Anastassia Rabajille was born in Santiago, Chile. She earned her Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from the University of Texas in San Antonio, with a concentration in painting and drawing. She has since worked & volunteered with SAY-Sí, contributed to the Haven for Hope mural project in 2010, and participated with San Anto Cultural Arts for Hispanic Heritage Month and in the Tricentennial years exhibition in Guadalupe Cultural Arts in 2018. She explores sociopolitical and humanitarian issues and disconnections in her art, reflecting her own experience as an immigrant and DACA recipient in the United States.

Anastassia Rabajille is a multimedia artist from Chile and her work references personal narrative of social dislocation, oppression, turbulent governmental estrangement and the exploration of self-identity highlighting her U.S. immigrant experience and personal navigation with the DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals) process.


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