Ringo Lisko is currently an MFA candidate in the Rinehart School of Sculpture at the Maryland Institute College of Art. She recieved her Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Sculpture and Drawing from the University of Alabama in 2020. She then worked as a foundry specialist with the UA Art Department, creating commissioned sculptures for artists and entities across the state until 2022. She has had several of her own public sculptures installed in Tuscaloosa and Monroeville, AL, through funding from the UA Board of Trustees, PARA, and city Arts Councils. Along with her public works, Ringo’s practice also involves a more intimate studio practice. She works in both traditional and unconventional materials, including metal, wood, rubber, textiles, and hair, which she uses to explore the body, social relationships, and facets of femininism and psychology.