Priscilla Dobler Dzul

Tacoma, WA

Priscilla Dobler Dzul is a Tacoma-based artist from Yucatan, Mexico. She is an interdisciplinary storyteller, focused on reframing the context of America’s prideful nationalism and colonization of indigenous cultures while critiquing identity and examining the structures of power in our domestic lives through multiple craft mediums.

Dobler Dzul received her MFA in Sculpture from the State University of New York at New Paltz. She has received grants from Artist Trust, Neddy Behnke Foundation, Tacoma Artist Initiative, and Puffin Foundation, and has been awarded the T. Bailey Award, Edwin T. Pratt Scholarship, and Robert B. McMillen Fellowship. Her work has been exhibited nationally and internationally and she is represented by Nome Gallery in Berlin, Germany.



September - November, 2023

Exhibition information coming soon.   About MATERIALIZE MATERIALIZE is a new program that supports artists in expanding their practices to include large, temporary, installation-based work, beginning with an exhibition at MadArt Studio. This program continues MadArt’s mission of encouraging artists to create new and compelling works, with an added intention...

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