Writer, Curator, and Scholar
Jasmine Wilson is a writer, curator, and scholar from Atlanta, GA. Her creative practice centers criticism, healing, and care. Jasmine is committed to using African aesthetic approaches to study artwork by and about Black women. In recent posts, Jasmine has held positions as Youth and Family Programs Assistant at the High Museum of Art, Mellon Curatorial Fellow at the Studio Museum in Harlem, and Graduate Research Assistant for the AUC Art History and Curatorial Studies Collective at Spelman College. Her writings have appeared in Sugarcane Magazine, Contemporary And, and Burnaway, among others. Jasmine received her MA in African American Studies from Clark Atlanta University, where she completed her thesis, “The African Symbolism of Simone Leigh’s Brick House Sculpture.” Jasmine holds a BA in English with Phi Beta Kappa and Summa Cum Laude honors from Howard University.