Sara Vargas Nessi is a visual artist, illustrator, actress, dancer and filmmaker. She has studied Fine Arts at Centennial College, Illustration at George Brown College and Arts at the Universidad Central de Venezuela. Her work has been shown in several solo and group exhibitions in galleries and public places around Venezuela and Canada including: Toronto Center for the Arts, Urban Gallery, Château Laurier in Ottawa, and Artscape Youngplace. She has acted as a curator for “Fragments”, “Shadows” and “Pause, Don’t Pause” shows. She has collaborated in many community projects including: Transitions Mural, The Pride House That Kids Built and Between the Lines Mural. She was a finalist for the Colleges and Institutes of Canada, Art Showcase Award. She is a featured artist in the 2017 Applied Arts Magazine’s Calendar.
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