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Mia Roman A self taught fourth generation artist with a degree in business and a passion for Art has become an internationally recognized self taught visual and Mixed Media Artist, Curator, Expressive Arts Workshop Facilitator, Educator and Entrepreneur whose visual works have been exhibited and are part of private collections internationally and throughout the United States. Her paintings reflect spirituality, culture, humanism, reality and speak of advocacy for women and current events. Mia has taught Mixed Media Art at The Children’s Art Carnival in NYC to children ages 4-8 years of age as well as teaching cultural art workshops at Riverbank State Park in NYC, The Leroy Neiman Arts Center and the Clemente Soto Velez Cultural and Educational Center, she is currently the Arts Director and Expressive Arts teacher at the Ruth Fernandez Family Residence in Bronx, NY and conducts private art classes throughout the metropolitan area. Mia, Founder of Art by Mia has curated several shows in and out of the New York area including but not limited to … Visions of Puerto Rico, Latinas En Foco, Women’s Journey, FEMICIDE, and FAREWELL SILENCE which was a global collaboration of over 300 women sharing their voices through pen and paper. Her works have appeared in numerous exhibitions, universities, galleries and reside in many private collections. She was recognized with a commendation from the Honorable Queens Borough President Helen M. Marshall for her artistic and humanitarian contribution to the community as a Puerto Rican Artist. Mia Roman a self taught Artist and Entrepreneur is on a MISSION to supply the tools and space where people can explore, and discover themselves freely through creative play by combining her passion for humanity, creativity, and healing! Her concept that Art and Love is the Medicine to Living rings true to her work and it shows.

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The Latina Café - July 2014  

The Latina Café is a forum where one can come to discuss and debate important issues that for many years have been swept under the rug or ha...

The Latina Café - July 2014  

The Latina Café is a forum where one can come to discuss and debate important issues that for many years have been swept under the rug or ha...

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