Tasha Nicolé Burton, b. 1981, she/her

2007 BA Psychology, University of MO - St. Louis

Solo Exhibits
2020 R is for Racism: How ABC Books Taught Children To Hate Gallery at the High Low, St. Louis, MO
2018 Transitions: Food of the Youths, Ripple Wave Shadow and Ashes The Dark Room at The Grandel, St. Louis, MO
2017 Butter Blank Space, St. Louis, MO

Group Exhibits
2022 Documents: contemporary lens-based art Gallery 210 @ FAB University of MO - St. Louis
2021 Real People 2021 Old Courthouse Arts Center, Woodstock, IL
2021 Blueprint Macklind Appliance, St. Louis, MO
2021 Juneteenth Celebration Art Show and Sale The Griot Museum, St. Louis, MO
2020 To STL With Love: A Celebration of St. Louis Culture Exhibition Urb Arts, St. Louis, MO
2017 Black Women Over Breathing UrbArts, St. Louis, MO

2021 Finalist, Kranzberg Arts Foundation Artist Residency
2022 Shift Consulting LLC Mini-Grant
2022 The Puffin Foundation Ltd Grant

2020 HEC Happening Now “R is for Racism: How ABC Books Taught Children To Hate at the High Low” HEC Media, hecmedia.org, October 19 https://hecmedia.org/posts/r-is-for-racism-how-abc-books-taught-children-to-hate-at-the-high-low
2019 Kea Wilson, “St. Louis Artist Tackles Troubling Artifacts in Her Photography Project ‘R is for Racism’” Alive Magazine, alivemag.com, May 2 https://www.alivemag.com/st-louis-artist-tackles-troubling-artifacts-in-her-photography-project-r-is-for-racism/

2018 “Promoting Your Work and Networking Is Easy AF (It’s Hard AF, Too)” BFA Senior Seminar University of MO - St. Louis
︎ Tasha N. Burton 2022