Renae Moua (b. 1991) is a first-generation Hmong/American interdisciplinary artist, educator and radical community arts organizer residing on Ohlone land. They received a double B.A. in Ethnic Studies and Sociology from the University of California, San Diego and are currently an Ethnic Studies M.A. Candidate at San Francisco State University with an emphasis in diasporic visual studies. They are the former Artistic Director at SFSU’s Associated Students’ Art Gallery where they co-curated over thirteen exhibitions annually. Since re-connecting with their creative practice in 2016, they have participated in over fourteen group exhibitions, and are predominantly working in installation, photography, sculpture, print-making and new media. They have exhibited in the 2017 APAture Festival, East Bay Community Space, Classic Cars West, and Artists’ Television Access (forthcoming). In 2018, they completed their second solo curated exhibition THANK YOU FOR NOTHING at Adobe Books Backroom Gallery as part of their Emerging Curator Fellowship with the Asian American Women Artists Association. Currently, they are serving as the Visual Arts Curator in Residence at SOMArts Cultural Center.