Cincinnati artist and educator to lecture
Visiting Artist: Emil Robinson
September 28, 6:00 p.m.
Karpen Hall, 038
Free and Open to the Public
Emil Robinson is an artist and educator based in Cincinnati, Ohio. His work has been featured at the Taft Museum, Smithsonian Portrait Gallery in Washington, DC, and Waterhouse and Dodd Contemporary in London. His paintings have also been showcased in multiple contemporary art fairs in the US and abroad. Awards include the Elizabeth Greenshields Foundation Grant and a prize from the Smithsonian. Robinson writes for the critical journal Aeqai, where his work has gained attention and honors from The Huffington Post.
Funded by UNC Asheville Department of Art and Art History Drawing Discourse Fund.