Rixy (she/her, b. 1995) is an Interdisciplinary Street Artist from Roxbury, Massachusetts, bred by Latinx Caribbean blood. Her self-taught & formal education is focused on a sensually sculptural awareness, worldbuilding through Painted Installations & Public Art. The leg of Rixy’s works are exhibited on street-wide walls, currently from her base in New England, across borders, & rooted back in her Latin American cultures. Recently, she introduced her exploration “Enter the Cúcala”, a collection of new upcycled stories reflecting the raw footing of its’ femme inhabitants. Materials such as recycled bodega boxes, found wood, & memorabilia adorn the works’ presence, as an act of empowering the survival of our beauty. Shown at Simmons University’s Trustman Gallery, Montserrat College of Art & Design, Chicago’s Woman Made Gallery, & MECA Art Fair in the Dominican Republic. This practice has inspired her positions in Social Justice, Education, & Programming. Rixy attended TheCreateWell’s Converging Liberations Residency at Mass MoCA, a Ruth Butler Fellowship to Mexico, recently completed her Now+There’s Public Art Accelerator Program, & is currently a Resident Street Artist with Elevated Thought.