Sherryl Muriente has worked as both a designer and project manager for various architectural firms. In the past, she has also collaborated with architect's Marco Casagrande and Sami Rintala from Finland, building and designing architectural/art installation work, as well as, participating as an art performer in various urban settings in both Puerto Rico and Taiwan.
Sherryl graduated from FAU's Master of Regional Planning program in 2009, for which she received the Excellence in Planning Fellowship Award. Under the fellowship, she was Dr. Kasama Polakit's Research Assistant. Providing research work under the subjects of urban design, comparative cultural contexts, quality of public urban space, and a comparative study of new and real urbanism strategies. She also published and presented West Palm Beach: From New to Real to Global Urbanism? at Corp 2008 in Austria, Vienna. The paper examined the internal structure of the WPB employment center, conceptualized as a sub-metropolitanemployment center within the South Florida region.
During her last year in school, she also served as President of the Florida Atlantic Planning Society (FAPS) from 2008 to 2009. Prior to the Master's Degree, she also graduated in 2007 with a Bachelor's Degree in Architecture from FAU.
Currently, she has embarked in a new venture with the art group Les Jobarts, which focuses on breaking the boundaries between the disciplines of architecture, urban design, environmental art, graphic design, sculpture, and other disciplines of the built environment. The group focuses on public artwork, green alternatives, and raising awareness of people's use of public space as part of a healthy lifestyle. Some designed work includes the winning design of the Delray Affair Logo in 2010, recycled furniture pieces, bike rack sculptures, and invisible senses installation work, amongst others.