MEET THE ARTISTS IN RESIDENCE: Jaqueline Zamora from Skyline Foundation

Jaqueline Zamora

Hola! is the best greeting there is; I’m lucky to have been born in a place where you can say it 24/7.
I’m Jaqueline Zamora aka Zamore. I’m a Mexican storyteller bringing ideas to life through illustrations, animations, poetry and music videos. I left my nest in 2021, to land in the Netherlands. Here, I became so exposed to art that I couldn’t keep denying the fact that I was a creator myself. Since then, I’ve learned to express through film, poetry, illustrations and animations. I consider myself a Jack of all Trades, the more mediums I can try, the best I’ll know how to tell my stories.

Within the MANIFEST Artistic Journey, Jaqueline will work together with Tyrone Rickey-Lee ”TyLee” and Monique Dikmoet as a member of the Skyline Foundation. 

People are made from contexts, regardless of country, race or culture. If only more people understood this, we could be more open to learn from each other, and realise, we are not as different as we think we are.

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