Artist, Musician & curator
Alexis de la Rocha is a first generation Latinx artist, musician, music supervisor, curator and proud advocate of the arts. Whether she is creating visuals and sounds with her solo music or band LJ Laboratory, promoting and booking Latinx talent at LALIFF Music Festival, bringing life to inanimate objects with Viva La Puppet, performing at community workshops for Center Theatre Group, or hosting MorrisseyOke at Eastside Luv (featured on CNN, NPR, New York Times), Alexis consistently generates exciting platforms for artistic expression.
She is known for hosting, producing, reporting and writing for national networks such as LATV, SiTV and Live Nation. She has received critical acclaim from the LA Times and LA Weekly for her standout theatrical performances with the Latino Theatre Company and has been praised by Consequence of Sound, The Bay Bridged and Rolling Stone for her dynamic musical displays at SXSW, Snow Globe Music Festival, Pride (Los Angeles & San Diego), KABOO, Treefort and more.
As a proud woman of color, Alexis believes in the importance of sharing her art, music and story and is fired up to continue bringing people together to celebrate our human experiences through our art.