Moki Tantoco is a Chicago-based arts administrator, educator, and artist and the Treasurer’s Office Outstanding Achievement in Arts and Humanity awardee. Certified with an Illinois Professional Educator License in K-12 Visual Arts Education and BFA from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Moki develops curriculums and programming exploring social justice issues and multiculturalism using interdisciplinary art practices. Moki currently serves as the Education and Programs Manager at the National Veterans Art Museum. Current projects include creating arts programming for military families and kids in partnership with Kids Rank as well as research on post-9/11 veteran artists' place in contemporary art history. Moki continues this work as a veteran advocate at the American Legion Tattler Post No. 973, Chicago, IL where she volunteers as their resident historian.
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