About

Bio

Savannah Woodson is a contemporary artist and Art History major from St. Thomas, US Virgin Islands, and Silver Spring, Maryland. She is currently studying at Spelman College in Atlanta, Georgia. Savannah is an award-winning visual artist who won the 2022 Congressional Art Competition, representing her territory in the US Virgin Islands. Her artwork titled “Black Boy” hung in the US Capitol Building for winning first place in the competition. She has also had her work displayed in Robert W. Woodruff Library for the “Renaissance: An Ode to Creativity” Art Exhibition, the Alliance Theater for Art After Dark: Outta Time, and in Realeyes, a zine for Black creatives. Savannah’s work focuses primarily on blackness, nature, and life. Savannah is passionate about all things art, culture, and community.


Awards & Recognitions

40th Congressional Art Competition


Exhibition and Showings

Realeyes features "Soul Sista" and "Black Boy" (pages 21-22)





Atlanta University Center's Student Art Exhibition Renaissance: An Ode to Creativity





Metro Atlanta's YMCA Ruth Hall Hodge's Art Gallery





Miami's Art Deco Museum Black Euphoria Exhibition


Press

Shoutout Atlanta





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