Porscha Danielle is a multidisciplinary artist with a background in painting and drawing currently working in experimental digital art. Born and raised in the Alaskan interior, she received her BFA from Rocky Mountain College of Art and Design in Colorado and Masters of Fine Arts from the University of New Orleans in Louisiana where she currently resides and works as a designer and educator.
CV available upon request 

porschadanielle@hotmail.com




Design and Education


Digital 3D design



3d scan, modeling, animation and 3d print for the Generic Art Solutions project Face Value: Illusions of Power and Money, exhibited at the New Orleans Mint within the New Orleans Jazz Museum as a satelite exhibition of Prospect New Orleans, P.5. 2021








Balloon, freehand digital sculpt in Zbrush, 2020
BonBon, freehand digital sculpt in Zbrush, 2020





Gallery exhibit mockup produced in Blender, 2020





Video game environments (design process images) produced in Unity for University of New Orleans Engineering Department, 2018




Video Projection Design



Professional collaborations with the Denver Center for Performing Arts in Denver, Colorado, Banff Centre for Arts and Creativity in Alberta, Canada, and Le Petite Theatre du Vieux Carre in New Orleans, Louisiana.







Teaching and Programming



University of New Orleans


Professor of Drawing 1 at the University of New Orleans, end of semester collaboration drawing created by sixteen undergraduate students, not exclusivley art majors


Denver Public Library


Designed and led a Wild Life Drawing program at the Denver Public, free and open to all ages in collaboration with Wild Wings Environmental Education



Designed and led creative and art therapy programing with the Denver Public Library, through the federal Sunrise Grant, created for customers experiencing homelessness 


Designed and led a series of painting classes featuring Colorado wildlife at the Denver Public Library, for any skill level, free and open to the public





Awarded “Just Try It” grant to start the library’s first ever Artist in Residence Program and organized a second, Maker in Residence program at the Central Library’s Digital Makerspace Lab that is still offering support to artists after originating in 2016.