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Laura Vitolina is a multi-disciplinary artist who crafts in woodworking, illustration, sewing, texturing, painting, 3D modeling, sculpting and augmented reality. Laura Vitolina is currently a second year MA student at the Academy of Art University in San Francisco, California. She is a women's rights activist and also an active member of Women in Animation. She is the current Co-founder and President for Women in Animation student chapter at Academy of Art University. Prior to that, she attended Texas A&M University where she graduated with honors in BS Visualization. She has participated in several studio-style teams to create six 3D animations. She has also worked in StudioX where she was an asset and character modeler for three different projects. She has exhibited two of her works in the United States Capitol Building in Washington DC. Her work has been featured on the cover of Hill Country News. Some of her artwork is highlighting the modern day struggle of globalization and loss of cultural heritage. Laura Vitolina was born in Madona, Latvia. Currently, she lives and studies in San Francisco, California. During her free time she loves to collect art books and explore the culture and hidden gems of San Francisco.