Phung Huynh is an artist and educator with a practice in drawing, painting, public art, and community engagement. Huynh’s projects explore the complexities of displacement, assimilation, and cultural negotiation among Cambodian and Vietnamese refugees who have resettled in the United States. She has completed public art commissions throughout Los Angeles County, including a permanent, large-scale metal sculpture that recognizes the dark history of forced sterilizations of 240 Mexican immigrant mothers at the Los Angeles County + USC Medical Center between 1968–1974. Huynh has served as chair of the South Pasadena Public Art Commission and chair of the Prison Arts Collective Advisory Council, which supports arts programming in California state prisons. Huynh received a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from the Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, and her Master of Fine Arts degree from New York University. She is a recipient of the City of Los Angeles Individual Artist Fellowship, the California Arts Council Individual Established Artist Fellowship, and the California Community Foundation Visual Artist Fellowship. Huynh is represented by Luis De Jesus Gallery.