Eva Perez
Lead Teaching Artist, Visual Arts

Eva is a practicing visual artist and teaching artist who received her Bachelor of Fine Arts from the National School of Painting, Sculpture and Graphics “La Esmeralda” in Mexico. For over 20 years, Eva has taught visual arts to both children and adults in many different arts organizations in the US and Mexico, including USC Fisher Museum of Art's “Art in the Village” series, LACMA’s “Evening for Educators” series, Self-Help Graphics and Anahuac University in Mexico City. Her most recent exhibitions include: Goddess, Noun (Phantom Gallery, Hawthorn, CA 2016) Boots on the Ground (Mid-City Art House, Culver City, CA 2016) Connecting Cultures: The ASU Hispanic Research Center Art Collection (Phoenix Airport Museum, Phoenix, AZ 2007), Chicano Art of Our Millenium (Mesa Southwest Museum, Phoenix, AZ 2004), Day of the Death Exhibit (Mexican Museum, San Fransisco, CA 2001), Luminea Natura (I-Five Gallery, Los Angeles, CA, 2000), and Cultural Exchange (Cultural Center, Beijing, China, 1999). Her work has been collected and exhibited throughout Mexico and the United States.