Frank Sosa

Graduate Student, SocDoc Program - Class of '18
Frank Sosa is an interdisciplinary artist and filmmaker whose work is situated in the intersections of activism, social practice, agitprop intervention and community building.
Education and Training: 
BA, Interdisciplinary Studies, California Institute of Integral Studies, CA 2015
Research Interests: 

Frank Sosa is an interdisciplinary artist and filmmaker whose work is situated in the intersections of activism, social practice, agitprop intervention and community building. Frank earned his bachelor of arts degree in Interdisciplinary Studies with a minor in Critical Psychology at The California Institute of Integral Studies in San Francisco. Prior to entering academia Frank worked in the music industry for a number of years and was the founder of 33 1/3 Books and Gallery Collective in the Echo Park neighborhood of Los Angeles where he curated many exhibits in the realm of documentary photography and street art.

Frank’s 2018 thesis project concerns itself with legacies of Intergenerational Trauma among traditionally marginalized communities in the United States.