Mervy Pueblo received her B.F.A. in Visual Communication in 2003 from St. Scholastica’s College de Manila and M.F.A. in Visual Studies (Sculpture) in 2013 from the Minneapolis College of Art and Design as a 2011-2013 Fulbright Scholar from the Philippines. Pueblo is the recipient of other grants and awards from the Metrobank Foundation in 2006-2010, the Arts Network Asia in 2007, the National Commission of Culture and the Arts in 2008, the Minneapolis College of Art and Design in 2013, and the Ateneo Gallery. Specializing in sculpture, installation, and public art, Pueblo has completed residencies in Vietnam in 2007, Russia in 2008, and South Korea in 2011. Her work has been exhibited in various galleries and museums including solo and group shows at the Cultural Center of the Philippines, Kulay Diwa Art Galleries, Blanc Art Space, Le Pavilion, Boston Art Gallery, Kaida Art Gallery, University of the Philippines-Diliman, Artinformal Gallery, Gallery Anna, Liongoren Gallery, Gallery Nine-SM Art center, National Commission for Culture and Arts, Ayala Museum, and Gallery 1951 at home and abroad. Since 2003, Pueblo has worked for various institutions including as Art Teacher for the Link Center for the Deaf in 2009-2010 and the Mute and Therapy Plus (School for People with Down Syndrome) in 2010-2011, as well as Teaching Assistant and Assistant to the Gallery Director of the Minneapolis College of Arts and Design in 2012 and 2011-2013, respectively. After completing her graduate students in the United States, she has returned to the Philippines and is currently a faculty in the School of Fine Arts and Design at the Philippine Women’s University.