Carol Prusa exhibits widely in museums and curated exhibitions. Her work has been supported by fellowships including the Howard Foundation and South Florida Cultural Consortium. Selected for the 2015 American Academy of Arts and Letters Invitational, New York City, her work was purchased for the permanent collection of the Museum of Arts and Design in New York City. Additional museum collections include the Perez Museum of Art, Spencer Museum of Art, Museum of Art Ft. Lauderdale, Hunter Museum of American Art, Arkansas Art Center, Telfair Art Museum and Daum Museum of Contemporary Art, among others.  Prusa participated in a four-month funded Artist in Industry Residency in ceramics at the Kohler Company and most recently she explored glass through a residency at Berengo Furnace, Murano, Italy. She is a Professor of Painting and Drawing at Florida Atlantic University.


Prusa is represented by  Brintz Galleries – Palm Beach, Jennifer Kostuik Gallery – Vancouver, Jenkins Johnson Gallery – San Francisco and New York City, Bluerider Gallery in Taipei, Taiwan,  Le Salon Vert – Geneva, Switzerland.