Grace Kisa


          The Art Institute, Atlanta Georgia 1990 - Associates In Arts Degree


2019 “Shero”-Sistagraphy and Friends Exhibition, Sinclair Gallery.Atlanta,Georgia. Curator Courtney Brooks

         “Atlanta:Our Home, Our Artists,Our Legacy” September GrayGallery. Atlanta,Georgia. Curator Okeeba Jubalo

2018 “The Silver Lens, Sistagraphy Celebrates Art and Activism” AuburnAvenue Research Library, Atlanta, Georgia.

            Curator Furey T. Reid

         ”Collective Spirit” Solo Exhibition The Bridge Art Gallery, BayonneNew Jersey, Curator Cheryl Mack

2017 “Stand, A Visual dialogue on Justice” Auburn Avenue ResearchLibrary, Atlanta, Georgia.

           Curator Charmaine Minniefield

        “RSVP” Artists Respond, Hammonds House Museum,  Atlanta,Georgia. Curator Leatrice Ellzy

2016 “46/21, 46 million slaves.21st century slavery” WACAGA MammalGallery, Atlanta, Georgia

         “artAIDSatlanta” Zuckerman Museum, Kennesaw, Georgia

         “Indigo Magic” Fredrick Douglas/Isaac Myers Museum, Baltimore, Maryland. Curator Kibibi Ajanku

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

            Curator Eileen Berger

        “Little Things Mean a Lot” Swan Coach House Gallery, Atlanta,

            Georgia. Curator Marianne Lambert

        “Group Exhibition” The Dalton Galley at Agnes Scott College,Decatur, Georgia

2014 “Light Of The Ancestors” Pepco-Edison Place Gallery, Washington,

             D.C. Curator Carolyn Goodridge

2013 “A Different Eye; Sistagraphy Celebrates 20 Years of Photography,

             Hammonds House Museum, Atlanta, Georgia.

2012 “Con10poraries” Morgan State University Gallery, Curator Larry P. Brown

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

             Curator Eileen Berger

2010 “A Woman’s Work” Avisca Gallery, Marietta, Georgia. Curators

             Byrma Braham and Lynn Porter2009

        “Group Exhibition” Serengeti Gallery, Capitol heights, Maryland. Curator, Wisson West


2018 Inaugural Garden Fellowship with TILA Studios for Art basel Miami

2015 Georgia Council of The Arts Distinguished Fellowship at TheHambidge Center for Creative Arts and Sciences


2019 Atlanta Journal and Constitution, February 3, 2019 “Reclamation

              and Veneration in Fahamu Pecou’s New Exhibit, “Do Or Die”

              By Rosalind Bentley

2018 New York Times, Dec 11, 2018 “Overlooked In Atlanta; BlackFemale Artists Try Miami”

             By Kelundria Smith

         ArtsATL, December 3, 2018 “Artists of Atlanta’s TILA Studios Carve

                Out Space For Women Of Color”

                By Floyd Hall

         River View Observer, December 1-15, 2018 “Nothing Becomes

                Something” By Sally Deering

Gwinnett Daily Post, October 25, 2018 “Johns Creek Art Center

              Explores Diversity with New Art Show” By Jay Jones

2017 ArtsATL, July 10, 2017 Review: With “RSVP” Atlanta’s Artists

               Reserve a seat I The Spiritual Realm” By Shantay Robinson

2015 “A Different Eye: Sistagraphy Celebrates 20 Years Of Photography 1995-2015