YBCA Public Square June 1st.

Im excited to be showing my installation Post Paradise at the Yerba Buena Center’s for the Art’s anua; Public Square along with many other artists who have been pursuing the question How might we pursue collective safety? . I will be there June 1 from 2-6 come through!


Muxeres En Lucha Zine free Download

For the one year anniversary of the first Zaptista Encuentro for Women who struggle Im sharing a free pdf of the Corazones Diasporicos report back from the encuentro “Muxeres En Lucha.”

This zine is the collective work of five women of color in diaspora who live at intersections of oppressions and resiliances. We created this work to share the powerful experience hosted by our Zapatista compañeras and to share our own palabra. We believe its important for our voices to as women in diaspora, women traveling not for leaisure but to connect, learn, build with other women who struggle against capitalism and patriarchy.

As you may have heard, this years encuentro was cancelled. IF you have not had a chance to read the letter from Zaptista women to women who struggle all over the world about the cancelation please read it. You can find one tranlation here.

Muxeres en lucha zine DOWNLOAD!

Muxeres en lucha zine VIEW!

Keep Struggling. Dont Give up. Dont Sell out.

Bruxeria Designs Winter Events

Bruxeria Designs will be vending live and in person Hex the Patriarchy, art prints, new designs, stickers, sick and disabled protection candles at only two events this whole winter . Catch me at Magic Makers!, my favorite event of all time that I also am a curator and organizer of and at Qulture Collective’s Queer Holiday Faire . Lots of one of a kind and hand made pieces. Everything restocked in my online shop to.


Muxeres En Lucha Zine is out!

Corazones Diasporicos Muxeres En Lucha : WOC collective report back from the 2018 Zapatista Womens Encountro is officially out!

So honored to have been a part of this journey and the amazing process of creating this collective report back with 5 other muxeres. This fat lil zine includes the Zapatista Women's opening and closing statements, our WOC narrative experience navigating queerness, disability, class consumption, grief, rage and joy, international travel, workshop summaries, original art and photographs.

print copies available for order here. Free pdfs coming soon!

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When She Rises Venice, CA July 7-September 15 2018

 Joining so many talented muxeres at When She Rises !  When She Rises is a 10 week intersectional, intergenerational arts exchange centered on ecology and social justice.  It will take place at the  SPARC - the Social and Public Art Resource Center in a reclaimed jail in Venice, California.   Opening July 7! So many amazing artsitsa and workshops.   Check it out.  




Yerba Buena Center for the Arts Fellowship

Great news!   I will be participating in the next Yerba Buena Center for the Arts Fellowship!  The YBCA Fellows program brings together creative citizens from across the Bay Area - artists and everyday people alike - to engage in a yearlong process of inquiry, dialogue, and project generation. Looking forward to connecting with other artists and organizers around the theme of collective safety. 


Off Grid Queer Art Residency

  I will be  offline and out of range working on my graphic narrative  at the Fancyland off grid queer art residency for the entire month of June!    Etsy closed!  No Emails!  Not texting!    Cant Wait!See you in July.  <3 


We Rise May 19-28, Los Angeles

So excited that my piece Las Dos chingonas will be included in We Rise, a 10 day art and community festival focused on destigmatizing trauma mental health for youth. 

  If you are in the area check it out, there are  free workshops, shows and events. 




Queer Magic Anthology

Excited to have several of my pieces included in the new anthology Queer Magic: Power Beyond Boundaries edited by Lee Harrington and Tai Fenix Kulystin.  (find it here)

Havent read it yet but interested in content adressing intersectional, queer and non-binary magical practices. 


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DIY QTPOC Backyard Art Residency


In the spirit of DIY Art School and anti-capitalist space sharing,  Im opening up my secret garden work space to QTPOC artists for short term self directed DIY residencies. 

If you are looking for a quiet magical  spot to focus your work this could be for you! Now accepting proposals for (1-30 days) for May and July.  Offering day time access to my backyard,  mini- studio workspace,  outside storage, outside drafting and work tables, basic hand tools,  wifi.   

 Accessibility:  Access to backyard studio is through a very uneven narrow path, with one steep stair.  Not wheelchair accessible.  Space is not scent free, limited  use of  toxic materials (spraypaint, paint thinners).  North Oakland, 1 mile from Ashby and Macarthur Bart.

Please email inesixierda@gmail.com with questions and proposals.  Include:


Contact info:

Social media or website link (pic of work is ok too):

Name of proposed project:

 Description of your DIY arts residency plan :

Amount of Time requested/ preferred dates/ potential work times:

Any special needs/ requests/additional info:



Our Daily Armor at Virago Gallery

 Delilghted that two of my enchanted walking canes will be included in “Our Daily Armor - The Virago in Contemporary Art and Adornment” at Virago Gallery in Seattle Washington!    Showing November 16th - December 31st, 2017. Opening Reception – Saturday November 18th, 2017, 6-9pm  Find out more here. 

Muxeres Art Show: Conversations on Identitiy

Excited to have a  piece in  the upcoming Muxeres Art Show at the QPOC owned gallery Comalito Collective.  "Muxeres" is about the intersections of identity that many womxn face. Opening September 8th.

Err Day Err Day is an 18" x 24" ink and laquer piece created in a spell to document an  hold a seemingly endless depression.  


Curanderismo at University of New Mexico

Hit the road to continue my  Curanderismo studies at UNM in Albuquerque New Mexico!  Beyond inspired by all the amazing Curas, healers, community workers, artist, activists, and organizers a working  to decolonize wellness. Look out for my collected graphic notes coming out soon! 

Queer Art Residency

Beyond delighted to have spent the last 2 weeks on art residency at my favorite queer land project Fancyland!  I used the time to decompress from the city, read in the sun, and continue drawing for my graphic narrative project Fall Risk.   As a queer disabled artist It is  amazing to have a safe, accessible place to make art in the woods.  If you are a queer artist organizer healer activist check them out!!! 


Presenting at the 2017 Graphic Medicine Conference

Im so honored to be able to attend and present  at this years Graphic Medicine Conference!   I will be sharing work from my  project Fall Risk, a visual narrative about living with PTSD and disability after a near fatal attack.    One of my pieces  My Body/Not My Body is also featured in this years conference publication! 


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You Are Enough Art Show

I will be showing Psych/Ick Ward, a crazy queer protection spell  (that we survive) conjured in collaboration with Clio Thatcher Sady At SOMArts!   Opening June 3rd, 2017 along with several amazing shows as a part of the National Queer Arts Festival!  

"You Are Enough is a visual arts show that calls forth our strategies of resistance, radical self-love, and breaking the silence in order to shirk off the shame associated with Crazy. This shame demands our very lives as sacrifice, but we have the power, though collective voices, to banish it. Artists name and reclaim our Crazy to become more fully embodied and more recognizable to ourselves and one another."


Esquire features Hex the Patriarchy


The homepage of Esquire, one of the biggest men's magazines in the country featured this photo of an activist wearing a Hex the Patriarchy Tshirt (Designed by myself and Lacey Johnson  btw) facing off against  fascists and nazis during a failed conservative rally in Berkeley.   I mean, I can  clearly see its our design.  And I think it means the Hex is working.