Chicago, IL, United States
William Estrada is an artist and educator in Chicago. He enjoys making art in collaboration with others and is part of the Chicago ACT Collective and Mobilize Creative Collaborative. His teaching and art making practice focus on addressing inequity, migration, historical passivity and cultural recognition in historically marginalized communities. He is interested in making art with people and the amplification of their stories through play and exploration; providing opportunities for people of all ages to engage in radically imagining new worlds and relationships. His current research is focused on developing community based and culturally relevant projects that center power structures of race, economy, and cultural access in contested spaces.
Public Education has been under attack for years and the current faculty strike at the University of Illinois Chicago is part of a larger conversation we need to have about…