Weston Teruya is an Oakland, California-based, Honolulu, Hawai’i-born artist who has exhibited at the Mills College Art Museum (Oakland), Yerba Buena Center for the Arts (San Francisco), Kearny Street Workshop (SF), University of Hawai’i, Mānoa (Honolulu), Longhouse Projects & the NYC Fire Museum (New York), the Atlanta Contemporary Art Center, and Hiromi Yoshii (Tokyo). He has received public art commissions from the San Francisco and Alameda County Arts Commissions. He has received grants from Artadia, Asian Cultural Council, Creative Work Fund, and the Center for Cultural Innovation. Weston has been an artist-in-residence at Montalvo Arts Center, Ox-Bow, the deYoung Museum, Recology SF, and Kala Art Institute. Along with his individual practice, he is one-third of the collective, Related Tactics, and produces and hosts (un)making, a podcast through the West Coast US online arts writing and criticism publication, Art Practical. Weston received his MFA in Painting & Drawing and MA in Visual & Critical Studies from California College of the Arts and BA in Studio Art with a minor in Asian American Studies from Pomona College.

Weston was supported in his residency by the Asian Cultural Council.