Paris Myers joined Oregon State University’s Honors College at age 16 in 2017. Double majoring in Bioengineering and Fine Arts, she is a passionate advocate and creator of interdisciplinary work and change. She is the curator of the social-justice oriented Reynolds Art Gallery in Corvallis, Oregon, and on the Oregon Arts Commision board for Oregon State’s Newport Marine Studies Building coming 2020. She works as an undergraduate researcher in the Umm-el-Jamal Osteological Research Collection under Dawn Alapisco, and volunteers under Dr. Jerri Bartholomew in her microbiology lab. A painter and intermedia practitioner, she branches into sound and technology to unpack social and identity politics. She is at Playa Residency collaborating with Dr. Dana Reason on Water in the West, a commission for the Bend High Desert Museum.