Ángela González is a dancer, painter and cultural manager, born in Michoacán México currently living in Tijuana. At a very early age, she discovered her passion for dance and started her studies in classical ballet, later becoming a professional dancer. Given her passion for learning about other arts, in 1991 she obtained her certification in the reproduction of German and French porcelain dolls and later earned her Master’s Degree from the Doll Artisan Guild School of Dollmaking in Rochester, New York.
As part of her professional academic career, she has obtained certifications in curation and exhibition design, drawing, painting, graphics, metal work and art object workshops. Among these are Stage Lighting Design at San Diego City College and Cultural promotion and management offered by the National Council for the Culture and Arts of México (CONACULTA).
Her foray in painting has been productive and she has participated in over 90 individual and collective exhibitions. These include, for example, A new wave of Artistic Activism? at the 56th Venice Biennale; White and Empty at the Art Site Chiayi, Taiwan; Gulf Labor Artists Coalition at Center for Art and Migration Politics-CAMP, Roskilde, Denmark; Visual Arts Exhibition for the Mecenas Foundation at the Fine Arts Palace, Buenos Aires; Art and Color in the Conex Servei Hall, Barcelona. She has also taken part in various exhibitions in California, Illinois, Michigan, Minneapolis, New York and her native México.