Her most recent collection was showcased at the FIU Frost Museum’s in a fashion show, as part of the celebration of “The Art of Stonewall” exhibit, which featured over 200 works of art and related visual materials that explore the profound impact of the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender (LGBTQ) liberation movement on visual culture.
De Salazar has been teaching fabrication and soldering, stone-setting, earring making, and ring making courses at Jewelry Creations Workshop in North Miami since 2018.
De Salazar is an advocate for the jewelry arts and holds the President-elect board position Women’s Jewelry Association (WJA), Miami Chapter. The Miami Chapter holds monthly events that teach business skills in the industry, highlights successful female entrepreneurs and artists, and donates its time to assisting women in the community. On Mother’s Day of 2019, de Salazar along with fellow WJA board members taught a wireworking and beading class at a local women’s shelter, Lotus House.
She commits herself to artist community engagement, and in 2019 she created and led a jewelry and metalsmithing studio for production work during a 3-month artist residency at Mana Contemporary in Downtown Miami, where she also hosted pop-up community workshops teaching soldering and fabrication techniques for the production of rings in sterling silver.