Design Talks
Enigma Presents: “Chavorruca Border Girl” a talk by Sandra Equihua

  • What this is

    Conversations that highlight how design shapes the region, with opportunities to learn from designers firsthand.

  • When & Where

    • Sep 24: 3-4pm

    Mingei International Museum
    1439 El Prado, San Diego, CA 92101, USA
  • Tags

    Animation, Education, Graphic
Design Talks
Enigma Presents: “Chavorruca Border Girl” a talk by Sandra Equihua

In a keynote speech, Sandra Equihua will share about her inspirations and how she uses her inspiration for her personal and professional vision. Sandra will expand on about how she blends her passion for illustration, Mexican popular culture, and animated character design into a career.

About the hosts

Sandra Equihua

Emmy award-winning Sandra Equihua is a Tijuana-born artist based in the city of Los Angeles. She has had the pleasure of working on different projects at Sony, WB, Disney, and Nick Jr. In 2007 at Nickelodeon, with her husband Jorge Gutierrez, she created and designed the multiple Emmy award-winning animated series, El Tigre, The Adventures of Manny Rivera. In 2014 she and her husband once again collaborated to make the animated feature The Book of Life, produced by Guillermo del Toro for 20th Century Fox. She most recently designed and voiced characters for the new limited series Maya and the Three on Netflix.

Enigma Creative

Enigma Creative is passionate about what they do and what they believe in. They love all forms of creative expression and bring them into communication strategies by trying to create a specific voice similar to a fingerprint: unique and unrepeatable. Teamwork encourages them. They bet on ideas that make our community stronger and more powerful.

Katalina Silva

Katalina Silva is the Chief Creative Officer at Enigma Creative and host of CreativeMornings Tijuana since 2014. She’s passionate about design, community, and music, and has focused her career on visualizing, creating, and implementing communication strategies. Katalina has collaborated on multidisciplinary public and community art projects from 1994 to 2015, and is the co-founder and partner at Enigma Creative as well as a member of the San Diego Design Week committee.