projects with incarcerated youth:







                                                        Spring 2019
                                                                                                      and 
                                                                                              Spring 2020
                                                                                    Cellmates:
        Summer and fall 2019                                              A SOCIALLY
                  MURAL CREW                                                     ENGAGED WORK                                                          AT                                                          THAT BRINGS COLLEGE                                 ST. JOHNS YOUTH ACADEMY                                STUDENTS TOGETHER WITH                   
  • JOB SKILLS                                                            DETAINED YOUTH                 
  •  A REAL WAGE                                                     


RECENT AND upcoming:


                Flagler college                                          fight or flight

           faculty exhibition                              LOLA Gallery

            Crisp-Ellert Art Museum                                 Nashville, Tennessee

          September 2019                           NOVEMBER 2019













Leslie Robison performance art

Leslie Robison is interested in breaking down the language, symbols, and actions that define power in various relationships and within such institutions as art, politics, and academia.  Mixed media drawing and performance become the means of investigating these structures.  Whether they be drawn or knitted, scribbled or written as words, the lines in these drawings, paintings, and installations confound direct communication even as they reference the traditional language of art.  By also examining her participation in these systems, the artist is simultaneously critical, questioning, and self-mocking.