Daniel Flores is a true Texan and has been an art educator for over eight years. Flores attended the University of Texas San Antonio and received a Bachelors of Fine Arts Degree with a concentration in drawing. Flores preferred mediums are drawing and paintings to include portraits, landscapes and costume or personal pieces. He enjoys attending and being a part of the art scene around San Antonio including volunteering and exhibiting artwork. He joined the Spare Parts team in 2017 because he believes in its mission and values of connecting with the community to provide education of creative reuse.
Olivia Hinojosa works and lives in San Antonio, Texas. She studied at Emerson College in Boston, MA, earning a Bachelor of Arts degree in Post-Production. As a resident of the EastPoint Public Art Residency Program in 2017 lead by Mary Elizabeth Cantu, she was nationally recognized, along with fellow residents, by Americans for the Arts for her work on a Time Capsule at the the former Wheatley Middle School. She began her journey with Spare Parts as an intern for the Mini Art Museum in 2016, becoming a Spare Parts educator the following year. She believes deeply in the power of art as expression and the mission of accessibility and reusability that Spare Parts promotes. She currently works as a Visitor Relations Associate at Artpace.