Molina Speaks is a critically acclaimed Poet, Performance Artist and Recording Artist. Molina is the Performance Director of Youth On Record. He is a featured artist on Arts Integration projects funded by the National Endowment for the Arts. He has enjoyed artist residencies with the National Hispanic Cultural Center, Colorado Academy, and the Mizel Museum. Molina also teaches Chicano Studies, Hip-Hop Studies and Media Justice courses at the college level. He has been invited to speak and perform at dozens of universities, including Columbia, UC Davis, CU Boulder, University of New Mexico, and Washington State University. Molina is a member of the Café Cultura Artist collective. He collaborates with the Denver Spirituals Project, Su Teatro, Lighthouse Writers, Café Nuba, Slam Nuba, The Growhaus, Servicios de la Raza, and the Denver Public Library, among other schools, community organizations and arts institutions. Molina’s original music is featured in the film Papers.
Find out more about Molina Speaks at: molinaspeaks.com