Diana Farfan

Diana Farfán, originally from Bogota, Colombia, is an award-winning ceramic sculptor, instructor, cultural agent, and art coach dedicated to advancing Latino artists in South Carolina. She is an instrumental leader mentoring young Latino artists and working to make their voices louder and more assertive in South Carolina, USA.

Diana is also an advocate for animal welfare and the natural environment. She supports local organizations by increasing Humane Education (HE) awareness, emphasizing sensitizing the youth through the arts.

Diana has a B.A. in Graphic Design, a B.F.A. in Ceramics and Printmaking from Universidad Nacional de Colombia, and an M.F.A. in Ceramic Sculpture from the University of South Carolina. She has also studied as an exchange student at the University of Anchorage (Alaska, U.S.A.) and the Tainan National University of the Arts in Taiwan. She has been an artist in residency and exhibited at various art venues.

Through her figurative sculpture, Diana creates dramatic-poetic narratives coated with humor. Her work explores environmental, social, and political issues uniquely and compellingly.