Education; 1988 Associates in Art Degree, The Art Institute of Atlanta, Georgia

Exhibitions; 1994- One Woman Show, M’print Fine Art, Atlanta, Georgia

1995-One woman Show, Tina’s Gallery, Cabin John, Maryland

1997-Group Show, Art Station Art Center, Stone Mountain, Georgia

1998-Guest artist/Lecturer-Points of Entry; Conflicts, Acculturation,and Iden-

tity, High Museum of Art, Atlanta, Georgia

1999-One Woman Show-Fine Art Images, Richmond,Virginia 2000- Group Show, Gallery 500, Washington D.C.

2000- Sistagraphy,“Rewind”,Studioplex, Atlanta, Georgia

Sistagraphy, “Paradox”, “Food For The Soul”, Salem College,Win- ston-Salem, North Carolina

Sistagraphy, “Gyration”, Cleveland State University, Cleveland, Ohio 2001- Group Show,

Carolyn Waller Gallery, Nashville, Tennessee

2001- Sistagraphy, “A Sense of Passion”, Georgia Perimeter College, Clark-

ston, Georgia

2002- Sistagraphy, “Silence Speaks”, The Contemporary, Atlanta, Georgia


-Sistagraphy,” Gyration” West End Performing Arts Center, Atlanta

2003- The Raiford Gallery, Alpharetta, Georgia

2003- Sistagraphy,”Continuous Vision” Chastain Gallery, Atlanta, Georgia

2005- Sistagraphy, “Duality”, “Food For The Soul”, “Paradox”, Cultural Cen-

ter of Douglasville, Douglasville, Georgia

2006- One woman Show, Just Lookin’ Gallery

2007- Group Show, Gallery Serengeti, Capitol Heights, Maryland

2009- Group Show, Stuart Mclean Gallery, Atlanta Georgia

2010- Group Show “A Woman’s Work”,Avisca Gallery, Marietta, Georgia

2011- Women’s Show, Just Lookin” Gallery, Hagerstown, Maryland

2012- Group Show,”Con10poraries”, Morgan State University Gallery, Bal-

timore, Maryland

2013- “A Different Eye: Sistagraphy Celebrates 20 Years of Photography”,

Hammonds House Museum, Atlanta, Georgia

2014- Group Show, “Light of The Ancestors” Pepco-Edison Place Gallery,

Washington, D.C.

2015- Group Show, The Dalton Gallery, Agnes Scott College, Decatur,


2015- “Textural Interpretations” Grace Kisa and Tamara Natalie Madden, Just Lookin Gallery, Hagerstown, Maryland

2015- Distinguished Fellowship at Hambidge Center for Art and Sciences

2015- “Little Things Mean A Lot” Group Show, Swan Coach House Gallery, Atlanta, Georgia

2016- “Indigo Magic” Group Show, Fredrick Douglass Isaac Myers Museum, Baltimore, Maryland2016- “46/21, 46 million slaves.21st century slavery” WCAGA Mammal Gallery, Atlanta, Georgia

2016- “artAIDSamerica” Zukerman Museum of Art, Kennesaw State Univer- sity, Kennesaw, Georgia

2017- “RSVP” group show Hammonds House Museum, Atlanta, Georgia

2017- “Stand: A Visual Dialogue On Justice” group show Auburn Avenue Research Library, Atlanta, Georgia

2018- “The Silver Lens: Sistagraphy Celebrates Art and Activism” Auburn Avenue Research Library, Atlanta, Georgia

2018- “Collective Spirit” One Woman Show The Bridge Art Gallery, Bayonne, New Jersey

2018-”Beyond Borders” Group Show Johns Creek Arts Center, Alpharetta,Georgia

Awards; 2015 September-Georgia Council Of The Arts Distinguished Fellowship at The Hambidge Center For Creative Arts And Sciences

Collections include;

1996 Hartsfield/Jackson International Airport

1999 Steed Media Group

1999 UPSCALE headquarters

2017 Fulton County Government Offices


2015 “A Different Eye: Sistagraphy Celebrates 20 Years of Photography”



2018VoyageATL “Check Out Grace Kisa’s Artwork”  May 22, 2018

2018 New York Times “Overlooked In Atlanta, Black Female Artists Try Miami” Dec. 16, 2018 by Kelundria Smith

2018 Forbes Magazine “How Tila Studios Highlighted Women Of Color Artists During Art Basel” Dec. 19, 2018 by Dominique Fluker

2018 Huffington Post “ The Fine Art World Doesn’t Make Space For Black Women, These Artists Are Changing That” Dec,19 2018 by Taryn Finley

2018 ArtsATL “The Artists of Atlanta’s TILA Studios Carve Out Space For Women Of Color At Art Basel” Dec. 3, 2018  by Floyd Hall

2018 Gwinnett Daily Post “Johns Creek Art Center Explores Local Diversity With New Art Show” Oct. 25, 2018  by Jay Jones


                           Grace Kisa