A prize-winning author, widely-published academic and supported by some of the most respected scholarly institutions throughout the world, Dr. Finley is a specialist in the art market, currently researching global art economy.
With nearly a decade of Higher Education Administration experience specifically in Visual Arts, she has an unwavering commitment to shaping the next generation of African American art professionals.
As an arts management professional, curator and program development manager, she brings her innovative and progressive approach from previous experience in some of the nation’s largest art scenes.
Director, Spelman College Museum of Fine Art and Senior Strategist, AUC Art History + Curatorial Studies Collective
An art historian, curator, writer, and the recipient of several distinguished scholarly awards, she is widely recognized for her groundbreaking exhibitions and seminal publications.
Assistant Professor and Program Director
With interests in the commodification of space and building aesthetics, her works question universal standards, and have garnered many local and national recognitions.
Visiting Professor, Art History
A doctoral candidate at Columbia University’s Department of Art History and Archaeology, her research and interests include cinema, ritual, sexuality and research methods of scholar-artists.
Professor of Art
As a professor of art at Clark Atlanta University, he teaches studio art with a focus on printmaking and drawing. His works have been featured in numerous juried exhibitions — regional and international.
Associate Professor, Art History
With an interest in visual satires of power in Africa, Dr. Ola is an associate professor of art history at Spelman College who joins us with a myriad of national and international awards, recognitions and publications.
CAU Art Museum Director and Curator
As director and curator at Clark Atlanta University Art Museum, Dr. Poole strengthens the organization’s infrastructure, and is committed to providing opportunities for the next generation of museum professionals.
Assistant Professor, Art History and Curatorial Studies
Previously serving as gallery educator at Phillips Collection, Dr. Webb-Binder’s primary research focuses on Pacific art and blackness in Diasporic art and visual culture in the U.S.
Graduate Research Assistant, Art History and Curatorial Studies
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.