Artist Educator & Technology translator

Born and raised in Tenochtitlan, México by her grandmother Amparito that taught her everything there is to know about love.  Lluvia comes from a long matriarchal dynasty of strong women from Juchitan, Oaxaca.

She spent her twenties hustling in restaurants and studying computer programming and political science in what is known today as Canada. Her practice combines her knowledge in political science, teaching,  history, humour,  coding & technology,  design, culinary history and meme culture. 

Currently, they’re focusing on crafting and facilitating creative courses and doing User Experience Research with Elders and rural communities across Turtle Island.

Lluvia Nisayé truly believes in the power of translating obfuscated and over complicated knowledge and digital experiences to folks that otherwise would find themselves excluded.