Diana Eusebio is a multidisciplinary artist based in Miami, Fla. She graduated from the Maryland Institute College of Art with a BFA in Fiber. A first-generation American, at the intersection of Peruvian-Dominican heritage and Black-Latino-Indigenous culture, Eusebio draws inspiration from the intersections of identity and community. Through creative exploration of processes such as natural dyeing, printing, stitching, and embellishing, her fashion, photography, and textile works preserve diasporic traditions, share stories, and prompt conversations around inclusion, love, and solidarity. She has exhibited at the MoMa, Hall of Nations, Gregg Museum of Art and Design, and Rubell Museum. Residencies include Deering Estate, Miami, FL; Oolite Arts’ Home + Away, Anderson Ranch, Aspen, CO; and Red Hook Labs, NY, NY. Awards include the Obama administration’s U.S. Presidential Scholar in the Arts– the highest national honor for a young artist, Oolite Arts’ 2021 Ellies Grant Award, and most recently, the 2022 Green Family Foundation Grant.
- 2023 Resident
- 2022 Home + Away: Anderson Ranch