Colectivo Moriviví was started by 8 high school classmates who wanted to create a mural together and made it happened.  Now it has become an 8 year long journey.  As young women we've grown in this wonderful space we created for ourselves. We've questioned our process, our structure, and we keep fighting to find new ways to make it as participatory as we can.


Meet the amazing women behind Moriviví!



Sharon ‘Chachi’ González Colón

Co-Founder, Muralist & Community Arts Educator

Chachi González belongs to the original 8 young women who founded Colectivo Moriviví.  She is an interdiciplinary artist under the pseudonym, s.alguien, with strong formation on Printmaking, Sculpture, Drawing and Painting.


In 2013, Chachi graduated from Puerto Rico’s Central High School of Visual Arts where she earned a Drawing and Painting Certification.  She pursued undergraduate studies in Fine Arts at the School of Art and Design of Puerto Rico (EAPD) from 2013-2017.  In 2017, she took courses in the University of Puerto Rico, Río Piedras Campus.  During Spring 2018, she was a Climate Refugee Scholar at Hampshire College in Amherst, MA. Finally, form 2017-2019 she was part if the Program of Independent Studies (PEI) in Puerto Rico’s Contemporary Art Museum(MAC).


Raysa Raquel Rodríguez García

Co-Founder, Muralist & Community Arts Educator

Raysa Raquel is one of the original 8 co-founders of Colectivo Moriviví. She is an interdiciplinary artist with formation in Drawing and Painting.  Currently, she's also an educator and exhibition's assistant at the Museum of Art of San Juan in Old San Juan, Puerto Rico.


From an early age she showed interest in the visual arts, for which she had the opportunity to take her first courses at the School of Arts and Design of Puerto Rico and at the Art Leage of San Juan. From 2008 to 2009 she studied visual arts at the Carolina School of Fine Arts. After her preparation at the School of Fine Arts, in 2009 she entered the Puerto Rico's Central High School of Visual Arts of Puerto Rico and graduated in 2013 with a Certification in Drawing and Painting. From 2017-2018, she was part of the Program of Independent Studies (PEI) by Puerto Rico's Museum of Contemporary Art (MAC).  Finally, in 2019, Raysa earned her BFA in Painting from the School of Art and Design of Puerto Rico.



Imarelys Pérez López

Assistant Muralist

Imarelys is an undergraduate student at Puerto Rico's School of Art and Design (EAPD).  She is an interdisciplinary artist, that continues to explore many mediums. For a couple of years now, she has joined the team in multiple projects as an assistant muralist and community arts assistant organizer.


Katia Michelle González Colón

Assistant Muralist

Katia Michelle has an extensive background in ballet and is a very accomplished dancer.  As a fellow artist, she has been a supporter from our very beginning and has assited the painting process in multiple of Moriviví's projects.

Special Acknowledgements

Former members & Co-founders

Big shout out to those who shared this journey with us!


Salomé Cortés Robles 


Joy Díaz Marty


Estefanía Rivera Cortés


Anamarie Sierra Pagán


Ariadne Rodríguez Cabrera



Yesenia Martínez Acevedo


Kelly Annette Gómez