A major new artwork by Sheena Rose ’16 MFA will grace the Weatherspoon Art Museum atrium this spring and summer.
Her vibrant and energetic work is at once anchored in her Caribbean heritage and expansive in its explorations of culture and human experience. It has been featured internationally, including the A.I.R. Gallery in New York; the Berlin Biennale; and the Royal Academy of Arts, London. This past year, those successes earned the former Fulbright Scholar the College of Visual and Performing Arts Distinguished Alumni Award.
For her Weatherspoon installation she is creating a large-scale mural to fill the east wall of the museum’s atrium. See the installation schedule at weatherspoonart.org.