Rebekah Crisanta is a multidisciplinary post-modern folk artist. She works in visual art, music, and performance. Crisanta studied studio art at St. Olaf College and folk art at Holtekilen Folkehøgskole in Norway, and is both self-taught and family-taught in traditional art techniques. She is also a Mexica/ Azteca dancer, a musician of the band Lady Xok, curator of Dimensions of Indigenous at Intermedia Arts, and Arts Director of the non-profit Ce Tempoxcalli. She is a founder of the Xican@ arts collective Electric Machete Studios on St. Paul's West Side. She is currently creating new work for her upcoming solo exhibit Sugar & Paper and curating multiple community exhibits.