Mariquita “Micki” Davis (b. Gainesville, GA 1982) is a CHamoru artist and educator based in Los Angeles. She recieved her MFA from the University of California San Diego in 2011.

Her work explores notions of artistic collaboration in the contexts of personal, familial, and communal memory. She is a participating artist for the MALI’E performance research project, a 13-moon series of creative development workshops that unites a cohort of culturally rooted Matao/CHamoru artists in the homeland and in the diaspora to produce a traveling exhibit between Guåhan, Los Angeles and Seattle.  

She is the co-curator of Pasifika Transmissions, a monthly learning series that invites Indigenous artists to visit the archive of the Pacific Island Ethnic Art Museum of Long Beach and develop a video “transmission” of this exchange. She is currently a programmer for the Los Angeles Asian Pacific Film Festival and mentor for Armed with a Camera Fellowship program at Visual Communications. Her work has been exhibited nationally and internationally, including the Institute of American Indian Arts, Honolulu Biennial, Vancouver Art Gallery, and UNSW Galleries, Museum of Contemporary Native Arts, as well as Yamagata International Documentary Film Festival (YIDFF) and Guam International Film Festival.