Felix Quintana is an artist, photographer, and educator best known for his multidisciplinary photographs and community-centered art practice. Quintana has exhibited his work widely, including Vincent Price Art Museum and Residency Art Gallery in Los Angeles; MACLA in San Jose; Vox Populi Gallery in Philadelphia; The Dot Project in London, Southern Exposure and SOMARTS Cultural Center in San Francisco; Museum of Art and History in Lancaster, and LAXART in West Hollywood, among others. His work has been featured in National Public Radio (NPR), Los Angeles Times, The Guardian, ARTnews, Fototazo, Amadeus Magazine, LA Taco, and more. Quintana has served as teaching artist since 2016, working with inner-city and at-promise youth at Slanguage Studio, artworxLA, Las Fotos Project, Southern Exposure, Self Help Graphics & Art, Plaza de la Raza, and Heart of Los Angeles. Quintana is currently the inaugural artist-in-residence at Movimiento de Arte y Cultura de Latino America (MACLA) in collaboration with Working Partnerships USA for the Art of Movement Building Residency. Quintana holds a BA in Studio Art from Humboldt State University, and is an MFA Photography candidate at San Jose State University. Quintana currently splits his time between Los Angeles and San Jose, California.