Hello and welcome to my page, I am a Visual Artist, Mixed/Multi Media, Literary Artist, Digital Artist, Photo/Film Artist

Priscilla Omulo, she/her/hers is a Tsartlip First Nations and a visitor on kʷikʷəƛ̓əm territory. Priscilla has dedicated over ten years to frontline work with Indigenous women, children, and families. Her education is in psychology with a citation in mental health and addiction. 

Her life is rooted in her traditional and cultural teachings, including how she works with the community. The colonial term of intersectional feminist best describes her way of navigating the systems we are living and working within. 

Priscilla strives to decolonize her work and life, Indigenize her ways of being, and holds herself accountable for her ongoing learning and unlearning to support social justice. When not creating art Priscilla can be found facilitating workshops, guest speaking, in ceremony, and organizing events. 

The way she walks in her life influences her art and many pieces will capture culture, language, social justice, and intersectional feminism. 

Omulo, Priscilla

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  Port Coquitlam, BC, Canada

Samples of my work

Artist Statement

Priscilla Omulo’s painting series of fast food and music related subjects incorporates traditional cedar weaving into each piece. She connects the heart, the body and the mind in her exploration of contemporary Indigenous life, and highlights issues around Colonialization’s ongoing effects on access to Indigenous learning and culture.   

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