Salvador Muñoz oversees the Taconic Fellowship, a fellowship opportunity that supports Pratt Institute faculty, staff, and students working on community-serving projects in New York City. The fellowship connects Pratt Institute’s diverse disciplines to community development work while supporting collaborative, interdisciplinary projects that benefit NYCs diverse communities.
Salvador brings his years of experience working as an artist and organizer to this position. His artistic practice takes a multidisciplinary approach to creative expression to address contemporary and historic societal issues, leveraging his background as a community organizer to amplify the voices of marginalized communities. Salvador was an artist in residence at the Laundromat Project in 2018, and has participated in fellowships at En Foco, The Leslie-Lohman Museum, and Culture Push, to name a few.
Prior to this role, Salvador was the Coordinator of Communications and Administration at Pratt Center, overseeing communications operations while assisting with administrative responsibilities. Salvador received his BA in Studio Art from the University of California, Santa Barbara in 2012.