Sheila Turner

Project: 
Neither Lost nor Found : Working Class visibility through the lens of the corner store (Phtography)
Shelia recently curated an exhibition in conjunction with the Auburn Ave. Research Library, Atlanta Shelia has been awarded the 1st Artist Residency for the LeVine Museum of the New South, in Charlotte. She will be in residence from September to November and will be working on a project in reference to Courage and the camera with 9th and 10th graders. The project will be based on the 1954 Brown v. Bd of Education decision. Shelia has also been hired as a full time adjunct photography professor at the Art Institute of Charlotte. Her SocDoc project entitled "Neither Lost nor Found : Working Class visibility through the lens of the corner store" is on exhibit at the McColl Center for Visual Art, Charlotte NC trough November 2011. Shelia’s "Wish you were here!" photography project proposal was funded through the Pittsburgh Public Art Collaborative of Atlanta, through the Casey Foundation. It is a three part photography project presented in collaboration with Sistagraphy. The first phase of youth photographs will be on exhibit March 14 - April 1st at the Atlanta Fulton Public Library.
Class of: 
2008