Carla Sierra Suárez is a Mexican multidisciplinary artist based in Tkaronto. Currently pursuing a BFA in Sculpture/Installation at OCAD University. In her practice, she explores themes of identity such as her dual identity as part of the Latin diaspora and being a Muslim convert; as well as identity in mental health and her experience with Bipolar Disorder. She has participated in several art shows with the Oakville Arts studio as well as OCAD’s first-year exhibition show. She also has participated in juried shows such as the Black Sheep Textile Festival and was a part of the Oakville galleries Youth Arts Council. She also was exhibit coordinator for the Canadian Tapestry Center’s International show. She is currently the events coordinator at Creato, a Latinx community of creatives in Canada.