Dara Katrina Del Rosario

Volunteer Coordinator, Galeria de la Raza

Dara Katrina Del Rosario is an educator, organizer, and researcher. Born in Manila and raised in Los Angeles, Del Rosario moved to the Bay Area where she earned a degree in Art History with a minor in Anthropology at San Francisco State University. Her work and research interests include Asian American Art History, epistemology, and cross cultural relationships in regards to contemporary art. From 2012 to 2015, Del Rosario was a  program coordinator and an educator with Pin@y Educational Partnerships, where she taught Filipino/a American history at Philip & Sala Burton High School. She has served on the curatorial team with Galería de la Raza, assisting in the development of exhibitions showcasing contemporary Latino/a artists from around the world. Currently, she is on the General Planning Committee for Kearny Street Workshop’s APAture, a multi disciplinary arts festival for emerging Asian American artists.


EAP/SFBA Fellowship Affinity Group: Cultural Equity & Regenerative Practices