Priscilla Fraser is a member of the Los Angeles Steering Committee for UNICEF's Next Generation.
Next Generation Los Angeles Steering Committee
Priscilla Fraser received her Bachelor and Master of Arts degrees from Columbia University and their Graduate School of Architecture Planning and Preservation. Prior to graduate school, she worked for Steven Holl Architects as the head of Exhibitions and Publications, completing work for Architecture Spoken (Rizzoli) and House: Black Swan Theory (PAP).
While at GSAPP she worked at the Museum of Modern Art in their Publications Department as well as their Architecture and Design Department for the 2008 exhibition and catalog, Home Delivery, Fabricating the Modern Dwelling.
She has lectured at Columbia University, MoMA, the American Academy in Rome and Woodbury University in Los Angeles, where she is also a visiting professor. Currently, Priscilla is the Design and Planning Associate for the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, where she recently designed the installation for Metropolis II.