Dulce Soledad Ibarra is an multi-disciplinary artist, curator, designer and non-profit arts advocate with special interests in community and identity-emphasized arts and opportunity. As a practicing artist, Ibarra discusses issues of generational guilt and cultural identities in videos, installations, and performances, and recently has been inviting the public to partake in the dialogue via workshops and participatory work. Looking through queer Xicanx perspective, the work is fueled by emotional labor, persynal research and analyzation. Ibarra studied at California State University Long Beach and has shown at institutes such as Wignall Museum of Contemporary Art, Angels Gate Cultural Center, and the Guggenheim Gallery at Chapman University. Ibarra has written and researched for the exhibition catalog and provided assisted curation of Far-Sited: California International Sculpture Symposium (University Art Museum, 2015) and COASTAL/BORDER (Angels Gate Cultural Center, 2017).