Reanne Estrada

Reanne Estrada is a visual artist based in Los Angeles. Her poly-disciplinary arts practice includes individual and collaborative works that have taken her across the U.S. and to the Philippines, South Korea, Italy, and Argentina. She is Co-Founder and Creative Director of Public Matters, a social enterprise engaged in collaborative, creative acts for public good, and is one-third of "Mail Order Brides/M.O.B.” a Filipina-American artist girl gang. Her work explores how bodies negotiate their identities, navigate shared and at times contested spaces, and reimagine their power within and outside existing systems. 

Her Public Matters adventures have addressed healthy food access through Market Makeovers with the California Endowment’s Healthy Eating Active Communities and UCLA Center for Population Health and Health Disparities; tobacco control through The Truth About Flavor with Truth Initiative; youth development and urban planning education though Greetings from East LA with USC Sol Price School of Policy, traffic safety through Slow Jams with LADOT Vision Zero; access to green space through Pedal to Parks with Los Angeles State Parks Partners, and neighborhood storytelling through Hidden Hi Fi with the Pilipino Workers Center. Reanne has an A.B. in Visual and Environmental Studies from Harvard University.