Blanca Echeverria is an artist and educator. She received her Master of Fine Arts degree in Studio Arts from the University of Colorado Boulder. She has taught art courses at multiple institutions, including Adams State University, Regis University, the University of Hartford and Wayne State University. Her experience in higher education extends into the areas of advising and admissions counseling. Presently, she is the Pre-College Programs Coordinator at the Stamps School of Art and Design at the University of Michigan.
Blanca’s cross-disciplinary practice incorporates a diverse array of media, including ceramics, sculpture, drawing and digital art. Her research focuses on concepts originating from identity and struggles with fecundity. Her work has been exhibited at a broad range of conferences, galleries and museums. A selected list of exhibition sites include the CU Art Museum, The Clay Studio, Baltimore Clayworks, the Dairy Arts Center, Reese Gallery, Goodwin Fine Art, the Electronic Literature Organization and NCECA.