Waduda Muhammad is a visual Arts Administrator in Atlanta GA. She received her Master’s of Science degree in Arts Administration from Drexel University in Pennsylvania and received her Bachelors of Arts degree in Art History from Georgia State University. She is the former Interim Director of the Ernest G. Welch School of Art & Design Gallery at Georgia State University (2008-2010). Since then, she has contracted with numerous arts organizations throughout Atlanta, GA such as Pearl Goose Creatives LLC, Georgia Arts Network, Creative Currents LLC, Spelman College Museum of Fine Arts on a variety of art exhibitions, community arts festivals, art beautification and mural projects to name a few. She completed her graduate internship at South Arts as Assistant to the Director of the Performing Arts Exchange. Some of her accomplishments include co-curating several international exhibitions, Disobedience Archives, Texts Marks and Meanings, brining artists from Spain, China and Japan to Atlanta and cataloging the lifetime works of artist Charles Nelson Jr. She curated several exhibitions, The Ageless Art of Fashion 2009, The Art of Noise 2011, Feast Your Eyes 2012, co-organized the Roots and More: African & African American Artistic Legacies Art History Symposium 2009, has written the introduction to I Remember an artist catalog 2008, CENCIA Center for Collaborative International Arts catalog 2010 and served as a juror (photography) at the Washington Post in DC for the Justice & Human Rights Expedition Presentations 2015. Her most notable accomplishment 2016 – 2018 is as the recipient of a $100,000 grant from Kaiser Permanente on an initiative with the Atlanta Beltline Inc. As part of a team, Muhammad spearheaded a walking tour of Public art under the auspice of her business Dennis Ayres Fine Arts LLC.
Atlanta Chapter Co-Chair