Eva Guillory

The Fulbright University of Bristol Summer Institute on Arts, Activism, and Social Justice

Eva Guillory was born and raised in Los Angeles and is an upcoming sophomore at Loyola Marymount University. Eva is majoring in Art and Design and she hopes to work with arts organizations to improve art accessibility to underserved communities. Eva continues to hone her artistic skills and has received awards and scholarships from her university, local politicians and art organizations.

When she isn't creating art or playing the flute in her university jazz band, she works at LMU Children's Center as a Student Caregiver. Here she learns how creativity unlocks confidence in young minds and teaches lessons of expression and communication.

Eva is ecstatic to explore the intersectionality of art and social justice at the University of Bristol. She hopes to learn about her mixed African American, white and Guatemalan identity by studying the global effects of slavery and migration. Eva is excited to apply her experiences at the Summer Institute to her activism for arts education and social justice. Never having traveled outside of the US, she is thrilled to explore the creativity and unique history of Bristol.