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Jacquelyn Serrano

Jacquelyn Serrano (they/she) is from San Bernardino, CA, and is currently based in Oakland, CA. She is an interdisciplinary multimedia artist working primarily in digital media forms such as photo, video, 3D, and graphic design. Her work explores the duality of the modern human experience in the physical and digital world. She utilizes various techniques and mediums to navigate the unique process of healing through trauma as a means of grounding. She earned a dual degree in Art Practice and Ethnic Studies from the University of California, Berkeley in 2020. Serrano has worked with the Department of Ethnic Studies at UC Berkeley, ShadowLight Productions, Facing West Shadows, Noah's Ark Moises Construction, JenniiCreations, and SmartBomb Oakland

Curriculum Vitae 



  • Recipient of the Theresa Hak Kyung Cha 2021 Fellowship 

  • 2020 UC Berkeley Department of Art Practice Honors Studio Fellow


Press and Publications


  • University of California, Berkeley 2016-2020

    • BA Art Practice, BA Ethnic Studies

  • Honors Art Program and Studio



  • Explorations of the Cyber Self, Virtual Exhibition, curator, December 2020.

  • The Hidden Wall

    • The Hidden Cafe, Berkeley, November 14th, 2020

  • Cirque du Surveille

    • Worth Ryder Art Gallery, Berkeley, November 7 - November 13 - 2018



  • Worth Ryder Art Gallery Intern, UC Berkeley 2020

  • Media Manager, Shadow Light Productions (2021-current)


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Oakland / San Bernardino, CA

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