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Tiffany LaTrice is a visual artist, executive director and founder of TILA Studios. TILA Studios is tackling one of the most glaring statistics in the art industry - Black women artists make up only 4% of art professionals across the United States. Since 2016, TILA Studios has redistributed over $150,000 amongst artists with a direct investment to their practice through our residencies, fellowships, and gallery sales.
Tiffany LaTrice has been featured in the New York Times, Huffington Post, Forbes, and NPR for her work and impact in the art industry and empowering black women artists. She is the
recipient of the 2020 Martha Richards Visionary Leadership Award, 2019 Arts Innovation Luminary Award, 2018 Artist Entrepreneur of the Year Award by C4 Atlanta and was a finalist for the Center for Civic Innovation #GoodTrouble Award. TILA Studios is the recipient of the 2018 Best of Atlanta Award for Atlanta Magazine and the Atlanta Tribune.
Strategic Planning Writing Creative Placemaking Event Production
Teaching Artist Speaking Partnerships Creative Initiatives
Artistic Director, National Black Arts
NBAF (National Black Arts) is a nonprofit organization with a legacy of providing stellar artistic and educational programs in music, dance, film, visual arts, theater, and the literary arts.
2016 - Present
Founder, Executive Director, TILA Studios
TILA Studios is a visual arts incubator headquartered in Atlanta, GA that empowers Black Women Artists to create and showcase their art. We are working to increase representation in museum and gallery spaces because only 4% of art in galleries and museums across the United States are from black women artists.
2019 - Present
ArtsATL Artist Advisory Council
ArtsATL was founded in 2009 to provide comprehensive coverage of the arts in metro Atlanta and has grown to become an essential part of the city’s arts community.
ArtsATL has sections devoted to Art+Design, Theater, Music, Dance, Film+TV, Books and our Arts Calendar. We strive to be the most authoritative voice for the arts in Atlanta and to serve as the conduit between the artist and their audiences.
Board Member, Wren's Nest
2011 - 2014
Sarah Lawrence College
Masters in Women’s History with a concentration in Art History
2007 - 2011
University of Southern California
Bachelors in International Relations and Fine Art
Speaking, writing, facilitating, community, organizing and program design are my passions. When speaking or facilitating, I can make a room of 500+ people feel like it's just the five of us. I am not a fan of small talk but am intentional about fostering inclusive and diverse conversations to implement tangible results that inspires change.
In my spare time, you can find me deep in art history research, business books, travel or frequenting a garden nursery to buy a new plant ( I am officially a plant mom ).