McColl Center will be closed for a private event on Saturday March 2, 2024 at 4:30pm. We hope to see you next week for one of our many events.

Current Artists-In-Residence

Welcome our Winter/Spring Artists-In-Residence Johnny Floyd @johnnyfloydstudio, Asa Jackson @asajacksonart, Adrian Rhodes @adrian_rhodes + Carlie Trosclair @carlietrosclairstudio

2024 WINTER/SPRING ARTISTS-IN-RESIDENCE

Asa Jackson

American multidisciplinary artist, curator, and director Asa Jackson explores the intersection of textiles from a variety of ethnic groups, historical eras, and personal histories. By cutting and sewing textiles together, he is able to symbolically combine many cultures, eras, people, and locations into cohesive pieces of art that depict the lives of the Myria people and their shared history.

Adrian Rhodes

Adrian’s work is about relationships, and the complexity of closeness- the desire to separate from your past and return to it in the same breath. Across a wide ranging multidisciplinary practice, she explores how the repetition of deeply iconographic imagery and motifs reflect recurring, intrusive thought patterns and an inability to move past emotional trauma.

Johnny Floyd

Johnny Floyd is a self-taught artist working in Detroit, MI and Atlanta, GA. Floyd’s work examines the Black experience through an interrogation of both historical and current cultural phenomena while simultaneously imagining a future in which Blackness in The United States of America is a sustainable condition.

Carlie Trosclair

Approached through a lens of reordering and discovery, Trosclair’s work explores the liminal space between development and deconstruction; contemplating the living and transitional components of home.