Francisco echo Eraso (he/él) is a disabled, trans, Colombian-American interdisciplinary artist, educator and access consultant. Eraso received his BA/BFA from Parsons, The New School in 2018 Visual Studies and Fine Arts. In 2024, Eraso received the Wynn Newhouse Award. In 2023 he received the Kennedy Center LEAD awardee and served as a Call to Action Speaker for Art-Reach Conference on Arts, Culture, and Disability. He has been an artist-in-residence at Elizabeth Foundation for the Arts SHIFT residency for arts workers, FABSCRAP, Textile Arts Center, 77Art and Art Beyond Sight’s Art and Disability Residency. He has exhibited at EFA Project Space, Westbeth Gallery, Chashama Space Gallery, Ford Foundation Gallery, Amos Eno Gallery, Flux Factory and Sheila C. Johnson Gallery in New York, Mead Museum and A.P.E. Gallery in Massachusetts, The National Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts in Cincinnati, among others. Eraso is currently pursuing his MFA in Fine Arts from Mason Gross School of the Arts at Rutgers University.