Jean Carla Rodea
Upper School Spanish Teacher, Art Assistant
Jean Carla Rodea is an interdisciplinary artist and educator born and raised in Mexico City. Her research-based work involves a variety of disciplines and mediums such as music, sound art, poetry, vocal performance and performance art, photography, video, movement, sculpture, and, of course, sharing knowledge. Carla earned an MFA from CUNY’s digital and interdisciplinary arts practice and was a recipient of several awards and fellowships for research-based residencies in Mexico City. Before that she studied music at the National Center for the Arts in Mexico and later she received her BFA in vocal performance from the City College of New York. Carla is an alumna and fellow of the Wassaic Project, The Interdisciplinary Art and Theory Program, Works on Water, The Home School, and Materia Abierta. She has taught music, art, and languages for the past 20 years. She has also performed extensively and shown work internationally. Carla is very excited to join the BPC community this year!