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Sifuentes Cazorla, Patricia

Patricia Cazorla is an accomplished Latinx queer visual artist whose interdisciplinary work has been widely recognized. Originally from Caracas, Venezuela, she immigrated to New York City in the late nineties to pursue her passion for the arts. With a long career spanning over several years, Cazorla has received numerous awards and grants for her contributions to the arts and, more recently, to the public art scene. In addition to her artistic endeavors, Cazorla is also an entrepreneur, curator, and educator. She founded Galeria Galou in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, which served as an artist-run space and platform to promote emerging local and international artists. For over nine years, Cazorla curated more than fifty exhibitions and participated in various art fairs. She is a talented and versatile artist with a wealth of experience in the arts and a commitment to promoting new talent in the field.

Since 2016, Cazorla has been a member of the Art & Music department at BCC, where she has taught Typographic Design, Digital Imaging, User Interface Design, Drawing, and Art Survey. Her teaching philosophy is to treat her classes as incubators while also encouraging her students to explore the wonders of New York City. Cazorla’s classes are driven by three specific forces: art and culture, technique, and innovation.



Interactive Media Certificate, Pratt Institute, New York

BA, Visual Arts, SUNY Empire State College, New York

MFA, Painting, Lehman College, CUNY


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Cazorla’s artwork has been featured in numerous prestigious publications and media outlets, including NJ PBS, State of The Arts, TimeOut NYC, The New York Times,,, Secret NYC, GothamToGo, Fox 5, Newark Arts Journal, Galerie Magazine, RYL Magazine, Univision News, Remezcla, EFE Spanish international news agency, El Diario-La Prensa, Univision 41, New York Daily News, Riverdale Press, CUNY TV, News 12 The Bronx, and ArtNet News.

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