Visual Artist, Curator, Producer, Art Activist, Filmmaker, Writer
Victoria is a multi-media artist. Her artwork is in the permanent collections of LACMA, The Vincent Price Art Museum, University of Notre Dame in Indiana, The Laguna Beach Museum, Instituto Cultural de Baja California, Self Help Graphics Print Archive, Freewaves Technical Media Art Archive, The National Mexican-American Museum in Chicago, Brooklyn Art Library in New York, Huntington Museum in Texas, UC Santa Barbara Caridad Archive, City of Montebello Transit Collection, City of Commerce Public Transit Collection, Eye-Speak Traveling Capsule Exhibit, Romo Collection (University of Texas) and numerous private collections.
In 2002, Victoria received awards from the Los Angeles City Council, the University of Sinaloa (Mexico) and the Cultural Institute of Leon, Guanajuato (Mexico) for creating public awareness through art. In 2011, she was one of the first recipients of Self Help Graphics & Art's 'Revival' awards for her volunteerism and her service in sustaining crucial art programming in East Los Angeles.
Her work is a representation of fashion, social-critique and circumstance. She has exhibited and been written about in China, Scotland, Cuba, Mexico and throughout the United States.
Victoria Delgadillo’s art work has been in the curriculum of Aix-Marseille Université, Provence, France; Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (UNAM); College of William and Mary, Williamsburg, Virginia; University of Vermont, Burlington, Vermont; Pasadena City College; Los Angeles Valley College Library; Cal-Poly Pomona University; California State University, Los Angeles; California State University, San Diego, California State University, Northridge; Mount San Antonio Community College, University of California, San Diego and the University of California, Berkeley.
Victoria Delgadillo is a graduate of the University of California, San Diego.