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JASMINE LEIGH WEBER is a visual artist completing her degree at Columbia University in the Center for Studies in Ethnicity and Race, with concentrations in Visual Arts and English. Working mainly in portraiture, conceptual photography, and collage, her art confronts the idea of Black autonomy, beauty, and representation in the mainstream sociopolitical climate and the art historical canon.

Read her most recent project in art education, Painting Histories, Painting Futures, a biographical anthology of fifteen Black women artists who visualize revolutionary narratives through the lens of Black history, modern political identity, and Black futurity at


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