Angel2Córdova has conducted lectures and art residences with both children and adults in numerous cities across the United States as well as in Taos and other public school across the country.

Sponsored by the NEA Big Read, Cordova led classes in Universities, schools and library systems in California, Texas, Nebraska, Wisconsin, Minnesota and Oklahoma — spreading the message of each one’s magical and creative spark.

In that time, she has made art with more than four thousand elementary school children and adults.

Córdova is a magnetic conference speaker and most recently was invited to speak at Wisconsin Librarian’s Association Annual Convention in Appleton, Wisconsin.

Lincoln3Córdova, influenced by story, sense of place, sacred inter-connectedness and traditional cultural mores, creates an inclusive, holistic world through the arts, where vibrant color expressed with humor and grace, depict the divine and unexpected in everyday life.