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The Creative Works of Ms. Qu'in

"My mission in life is not merely to survive, but to thrive; and to do so with some passion, some compassion, some humor, and some style." - Maya Angelou

Cecilia Qu'in is a multidisciplinary artist and published content creator from the heart of Sacramento.

Featured photography by Richard Rendon.

​Quién soy? 

Cecilia Qu'in is a multidisciplinary artist and published content creator from the heart of Sacramento. A woman of color with an unwavering passion for fine art, music, psychology, and film production, it is her personal mission to create content of quality while practicing the art of authenticity.

 

Recognized in cities across the western United States for her captivating stage presence, Ms. Qu'in is making the best of her time in isolation by looking inward. By thriving in isolation and redefining her brand as a working arts professional.

 

Now, with a rekindled love of content production to guide her creative process, Ms. Qu'in hopes to collaborate with as many like-minded souls as possible. Working and sharing, living and learning; and all while openly advocating for anti-racism and mental health awareness in her community.

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Featured photography by Richard Rendon.

Tell me...

Do you like what you see?

Like most working arts professionals, I have spent most of my career living a double life. Dedicating part of my life to one job by day, while reserving my nights for those secret second and third breadwinners. It is a way of life more common than most like to admit. And while there was once a time when I embraced the status quo, as a queer woman of color, I am no longer interested in hiding who I am.

It is possible to be a professional and a working artist.

I seek to be a vessel of inspiration. A natural queen creating content to seduce the mind and ensnare the senses. In an age where businesses everywhere claim to celebrate diversity and inclusion, I now invite you to prove it.

Featured background photography by Yancy Mendoza.