Carmina Eliason is an interdisciplinary artist whose work explores ancestry, mixed cultural identities, and the complex and interweaving stories of our lived and often conflicting social experiences. Her work uses kitchen tables, reclaimed household textiles, folk games, written and spoken word, as well as contemporary and historical photography.
Carmina holds an MFA in Photography from San Jose State University and a BA in Cultural Anthropology from CSU Monterey Bay. She is a photography instructor at Cabrillo Community College in Aptos and the local teaching artist for Pablove Shutterbugs, an educational photography program for children living with cancer. Currently, she has a studio in the Cubberley Artist Studio Program in Palo Alto.