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Yvette Roman is a bi-national artist, curator, muralist and arts educator. She holds a B.A., from UCSD in Visual Arts and Cultural Anthropology.  Yvette is passionate about making art accessible through community-organized collaboration.  Her artwork is an exploration of simplicity and chaos. Disciplines include painting, photography, printmaking, and collage. Her artwork weaves memories of loss, self-discovery, and personal insecurities. Her artwork has been exhibited in the United States, Mexico and Egypt.

She has guest curated at the Centro Cultural de la Raza, The San Diego Repertory Theater, and for Amigos del Rep. She was a featured artist at the 2020, Latinx New Play Festival, a muralist for The Mint House Project, and featured in the soon to be published book Latinas with a Purpose.  Her solo exhibition “Fragments” was displayed by Hanalei Artwork and at Alternate Roots in North Carolina. 

 In 2020, Yvette founded ArteDomus and Art Box San Diego. ArteDomus was founded on the idea that we can create art together from home.  Art Box San Diego is a public arts initiative to beautify utility boxes  and paint murals across San Diego County. As a second year member on RALSD- Rising Arts Leaders she serves as Treasurer.  Yvette volunteers as a steering committee member at the Creative Youth Development, the Sherman Heights Community Center DOTD, and CARPA San Diego.