Larissa Gilbert

Digital Media Faculty

Larissa is an artist and educator based in Los Angeles, CA. She received her BFA from the Cooper Union in New York City where she focused on the intersection of video, performance, and sculpture. Larissa’s work researches the impact media has on culture and history. Recently, she has exhibited and screened her work at EFA Project Space in New York City, the Nakanojo Biennial in Japan, and Anthology Film Archives.

Her investment in pedagogy began when she attended the Oxbow Semester Program and has been passionate about providing art education to young adults ever since. This past academic year, Larissa has been working as a community-based teaching artist, providing project-based art workshops to Los Angeles’ public schools, community centers, and a juvenile detention center. She is very excited to spend her third summer working for the Oxbow's summer program!


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