Claudia Corletto was born in New York City and raised in Houston, Texas. She crafts her time as an art nomad. She is a creative consultant, an art educator, and a Certified Juror. She founded MEZCLA, a traveling art exhibit firmly rooted in the principal that Hispanic/Latinx artists should be the only of their own narrative, culture and identity in 2017.
Claudia is also a member of the collective Mamis and the Papis, a collective of womxn, femmes, and gender nonconforming folks that play music and raise funds for non-profits doing work that matters in the community such as The Carolina Abortion Fund, NC Field's Poder Juvenil Campesino Program, and SONG (Southerners on New Ground).
Claudia has had the pleasure of working with Project Row Houses, The University of Houston, FotoFest, High School Visual Arts Event, North Carolina Museum of Art, North Carolina Museum of History, Marbles Kids Museum, The Exploris School, Black Genius, PBS and The Southern Documentary Fund.