This was recorded in August of last year as a recap of Quetzal fest 2016. Expo Collective, made up of Kiki, Roho and Naco, in conjunction with The MIracle Center were in their 2nd year of a live visual art festival. It’s a little different of a show as Christina and Gabe provide insights into the QFest and you’ll hear them speak with a sampling of individuals who made the show possible.
This year’s Quetzal Fest will be on August 5th @ the SGA Youth and Family Services:
3153 W 47th in Chicago
Expo Collective http://www.expocollective.com/
In order of appearance:
Naco Naco Art
Vanessa from The Miracle Center http://www.themiraclecenter.com/
Trish Monsters https://trishmonsters.com/
Prior to founding Made, “Manufacturing and Design Electronics”, an engineering services firm Angelique practiced law as a trial lawyer and jury consultant. She also provided freelance consulting in the areas of compliance, re-structuring, and incorporation. She is a member of the Business Law Section of the State Bar of Michigan.
The daughter of an immigrant mother and a veteran father, Angelique views American citizenship as a privilege that can be leveraged by innovative individuals to harness the growing opportunities of the global marketplace.
Angelique holds a BS in Political Science and Juris Doctorate from the University of Detroit Mercy and is currently earning her Executive MBA at the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University.
Chief Warrant Officer Angel L. Torres is a native of Chicago, Il. He enlisted in the US Navy on December 20, 1990 and after completing his basic training reported to USS INGERSOLL DD 990 in Pearl Harbor Hawaii. He is currently the Executive Officer of Joint Military Postal Activity Chicago where he overseas the processing of all military mail to 85 countries supporting entire department of defense employees, service members and dependents.