From working for international artists in NYC to fully funded residencies in Mexico and the USA, every opportunity has resulted from studying art at Puget Sound. Art has taught me how to value my relationships with people, be determined, focused, and passionate, giving everything I have to complete a project while conceptually pushing the boundaries of dialogue in craft and fine art.
It is important to stay in touch with mentors over time, and Puget Sound’s small community fosters sustained relationships with faculty and peers.
I am currently preparing for an Art Residency at Mass MoCA and building a multi-media woven living room installation for an art opening in Tacoma and Seattle at the end of this year. With my hard work and constant persistence, I will show international gallery representation in the next 5-10 years.
After completing her MFA in Sculpture from the State University of New York at New Paltz, Priscilla received the Lillian Miller Foundation Fellowship for Trans* and Indigiqueer Artists in 2023. In 2022 Priscilla was awarded the Grand Prize of the Neddy Artist Award.