Jasmine Wilson is an arts administrator, writer, and graduate student from Atlanta, GA. Her commitment to visual culture spans four years of internships, fellowships, museum work, and involvement in Atlanta’s creative community. During summer 2016, her interests in comic books and graphic novels led her to Columbia University as a Leadership Alliance Research Fellow, where she studied with esteemed scholar and professor, Dr. Farah Jasmine Griffin.
Following this experience, Jasmine grew deeply inspired by visual art writing and nurtured her practice through internships with WonderRoot and ZuCot Gallery. Most recently, Jasmine has held positions as the Youth and Family Programs Assistant at the High Museum of Art and Mellon Curatorial Fellow at The Studio Museum in Harlem.
Currently a 1st-year Master’s student in African American Studies at Clark Atlanta University, Jasmine is excited to conduct research on African aesthetics and African American art while fulfilling her duties as the Graduate Research Assistant for the AUC Art Collective.
Jasmine holds a BA in English with a minor in African American Studies from Howard University, as well as Phi Beta Kappa honors. She is also an active member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc.