Julio Munoz graduated from California State University, San Bernardino in 2018 and received his Bachelor’s degree in Art History. He received many distinctive awards from his University including being the Commencement Speaker representing the Arts Department during his 2018 graduation, the Robert and Frances Fullerton Museum of Art, Art History Award and Scholarship, and a Certificate of Achievement in Art History. Julio has a love for art and art history and his research interests include: Indigenous modernities, Nahua philosophy, and Chicana/o/x art and theory. He has been working in arts education for several years teaching in elementary, middle and high schools. His favorite thing about working in arts education is helping students express their creativity.
Julio joined LaMusArt because he believes in the transformative power of the arts and education and the need to empower young people to fulfill their full potential.
Julio also plans to return to school and earn his Masters in Art History.