Felicity E. Palma is a visual artist who works in a range of time-based media, including 16mm, medium format still photography, and VHS, and incorporates performance and installation elements to her work. Pulling from familial and personal experiences, she examines migration and travel, and the interplay of memory, time, and place.

Born and raised in California to a Sicilian father and Croatian mother, Felicity is currently based in Durham, NC. She holds an MA in European and Mediterranean Studies from New York University and will graduate with an MFA in Experimental & Documentary Art at Duke University in May 2019. She is the recipient of multiple awards, grants, and fellowships, including the Flaherty Film Fellowship, the Anne Scott Firor Research Award in Women’s Studies, the Kenan Institute for Ethics Graduate Arts Fellowship, the Duke Bass Connections Fellowship for Documenting Durham's Health Disparities, and the Foreign Language and Area Studies Fellowship for the Italian language.

 
c. Sasha Turrentine, 2017

c. Sasha Turrentine, 2017