Felix Quintana is a visual artist, photographer, and educator of the Salvadoran diaspora in Los Angeles. His multidisciplinary process spans drawing, photography, collage, assemblage, digital media, poetry, and teaching artistry. His practice examines place, memory, home and the street as a site for artistic activism, intervention, and critique. Between 2016-2021, he has served as a mentor, teaching artist, and lecturer in artist-run spaces, continuation high schools, non-profits, museums, community settings, universities, and emerging virtual spaces. He has exhibited locally, nationally, and internationally in over 50 solo and group exhibitions including LA><ART, Vincent Price Art Museum, Institute of Contemporary Art San Jose, and Museum of Latin American Art, among others. In 2022, he will present a solo exhibition at Residency Art Gallery in Inglewood, CA and Cypress College Art Gallery. He earned an MFA in Photography from San Jose State University and a BA in Studio Art from Cal Poly Humboldt. He currently lives, works, and teaches in Los Angeles.