Born and raised in Wichita, Kansas, Piper Prolago is a rising junior at the University of Tulsa where she studies art history and anthropology. At TU, she is part of the Global Scholars and Honors programs, as well as a violist in the University Symphony Orchestra and section editor for the student newspaper, The Collegian. Through her work as a research fellow at the Oklahoma Center for the Humanities and as a research assistant at the Center for Health and Arts Measurements Practices, Piper has studied the intersections between public art projects and community involvement. After graduating, Piper plans to pursue a graduate degree in art history specializing in Middle Eastern and North African art, with which she hopes to study global cultural heritage preservation efforts.
Updated May 2020
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