Teisha Holloway is an interdisciplinary artist that currently lives and works in Western New York. Holloway received received a BFA from Clemson University in 2017 with Magna Cum Laude distinction and is currently pursuing her MFA at Alfred University with a focus in sculpture and dimensional studies. Holloway has received the Carol Shafsmama Award for merit in photography (2014) and has been featured in publications to include “Ekphrasis” a collaboration of poetry and art in 2013, “Clemson Chronicle Magazine” 2015 and 2016, as well as being featured in “The Laurel Magazine of Highlands and Cashiers NC” and on “The Bascom Life” blog both in 2017. Holloway has also participated in group shows in Oregon, South Carolina, and New York, she also was chosen as the Bascom Winter Resident in Highlands, NC which culminated in a solo show in 2017. Holloway’s work is focused on human experience and often touches on themes of identity, community, and the intersection of technology.