EP 04, ANA DIAZ
In episode 4 we speak to queer Salvadoran artist, writer, musician, designer, and activist Ana Díaz on her creative practice, a process of spiritual reflection.
Listeners, please be aware that the following episode contains sensitive discussions about the following themes: intergenerational trauma, childhood trauma, and domestic violence. If you need to please seek support, some resources include 1800 RESPECT, Kids Help Line 1800 551 800, and Beyond Blue 1300 22 4636).
Ana Díaz (she/her) is a queer Salvadoran artist, writer, musician, designer, and activist living on unceded Ngunnawal, Ngunawal, and Ngambiri land. Díaz’ creative practice is a process of spiritual reflection; a tool to reconnect with her ancestors, to heal intergenerational trauma, and restore her relationship with her cultural heritage and lineage.