Artist from United States
at Jose Art Gallery since May 4th, 2019
About the artist Aleatha Lindsay
Aleatha Lindsay is an Atlanta based mixed media artist and independent curator. She holds a Bachelor of Arts from Russell Sage College (2011) and a Master of Arts from Savannah College of Art & Design (2013). She also studied Dance Movement Therapy in Corfu, Greece. After completing her studies, she went on to pursue posts in the mental health, arts community development, and special education arenas. Deaf from the age of 2, she credits her early exposure to the arts with helping her overcome the challenges related to her disability. Her work has been purchased by collectors nationally and exhibited in Atlanta, New York, Spain, and Norway. Lindsay is the Founder of The Ikouii Creative, an organization that supports artists with disabilities globally and assists organizations in adopting more inclusive attitudes.
Exhibitions of Aleatha Lindsay
2019. Florida Deaf Art Show, Inc., Tampa, FL 2018. Talk to Me, Auditory Verbal Center, Atlanta, GA 2018. Eternal Pursuit: The Black Experience, Peachtree Corners, GA 2017. Rising from the Rails, Southeastern Railway Museum, Atlanta, GA 2016. Re-Hatched, Gwinnett Habitat for Humanity, Atlanta, GA 2016. Cultural Preservations, Duluth, GA 2016. Gallery L1, Atlanta, GA 2015. Global Network for Rights & Development (GNRD), Stavanger, Norway 2015. Black Flowers, Catalonia, Spain 2015. B Complex, Artist Cooperative, Atlanta, GA 2014. Doors of Hope, Gwinnett Habitat for Humanity, Atlanta, GA 2013. Oglethorpe Univ. Art Museum, Atlanta, GA 2011. Upstate Artist Guild, Ultraviolet, Albany, NY 2011. B Complex, Artist Cooperative, Atlanta, GA 2010. Schacht Fine Arts Center, Troy, NY
Education of Aleatha Lindsay
2013. MA. Savannah College of Art & Design, Atlanta, GA 2011. BA. Russell Sage College, Troy, NY