Steve Alfaro is the son of Immigrant parents from Guatemala. A graphic artist and also a Senior Advisor at Voto Latino. As an art student, he interned as a motion graphics designer at LaTV, a bilingual music, and entertainment TV network.  Steve went on to work at SiTV (now Fuse), a leading cable channel for bicultural Latinos, where Steve helped develop brand identities for reality shows such as Model Latina. In 2008 he moved to Washington, DC to join Voto Latino.  He oversaw the design of Voto Latino’s award-winning initiatives from 2008 - 2015. His social media designs have gone viral multiple of times, and his work has garnered awards and recognitions including a Webby Honoree Award, and a MySpace Impact Award for Online Organizing. Steve continues to do his art and has displayed his work at multiple art exhibits across the country including Manifest Hope in Washington DC, Re:form School in New York, Manifest Equality & Manifest Justice in Los Angeles and the CrossLines exhibit at the Smithsonian Arts and Industries Building in Washington D.C.

Selected Group Exhibition

2006
Al Borde’s ‘Día de los Muertos’
Group Show, East Los Angeles, CA

 

2009
Manifest Hope
Group Show, Washington D.C.

2010
Manifest Equality
Group Show, Los Angeles, CA

Power to the Poster: The Exhibition
Group Show, Omaha, NE

Re:FORM School
Group Show, New York, NY

United States Hispanic Chamber of Commerce
A Celebration of Hispanic Art
Washington, D.C

SEIU – Hands-on Healing Exhibit
Group Show, Los Angeles, CA

2015
Manifest Justice
Group show, Los Angeles CA


2016
Smithsonian Asian Pacific American Center:
CrossLines: A Culture Lab on Intersectionality