Mariana Bolaños is a Mexican artist based in Toronto. She has created a diverse body of work in painting, ceramics and installation. Focusing on art with a social purpose, she works as a facilitator in community programs engaging people with disabilities, immigrants, women, and children. Mariana has collaborated with the Neighbourhood Arts Network, Workaman Arts and Muse Arts. She was also recipient of the RBC Arts Access Fund and received grants from the Toronto Arts Council and the Ontario Arts Council with Pinceles Latinos Collective.
Mariana exhibits her work regularly and has been part of several shows in Canada, Cuba and Mexico. She has a Diploma in Fine Arts as well as three-year Bachelor of Visual Arts.
2019 Sin Fronteras: Monarch Butterfluy Project, Gardiner Museum, Toronto
2019 Take up the Arts, Casa maiz, Toronto
2019 Colores de Latinoamerica, TAP, London
2018 BAM2018, Artscape Youngplace, Toronto
2018 Square Foot Project, Art Square Gallery, Toronto
2018 Queen West Art Crawl, Toronto
2018 Kensington Market Art Fair, Toronto
2018 VIBE Arts Fest, Ontario Place, Toronto
2018 Happening 2018, 918 Bathurst, Toronto
2017 Roots/Raices, Sur Gallery, Toronto