Lynn Marshall Linnemeier

MA, Southern Studies, 2005, The University of Mississippi
BFA, Photography, 1990 The Atlanta College of Art (Presidential Scholar)

2018 Atlanta Urban Design Commission, Award of Excellence for Public Works of Art 
1988 The Laura Whitner Dorsey Scholarship, The Atlanta College of Art
1989 Lyndhurst Foundation Young Career Prize, The Lyndhurst Foundation, Chattanooga, TN
1993 The Southern Arts Foundation/National Endowment for the Arts, Regional Fellowship in
Northern Telecom New Works Fellowship
The National Dean’s List
1995 Georgia Council for the Arts Individual Artist Grant
Who’s Who Among American Colleges and Universities 

Emory University 2006 - 2009, Adjunct Professor (Photography)
Spelman College 2009 - 2012, Adjunct Professor (Computer Art/Art History)
Agnes Scott College 2010 -2011, Visiting Professor (Mixed Media Arts)
Evening at Emory 2009 -2013, Instructor, Photography
The Journey Projects, Director 2010 - Present (director of community collaborations and visual art) 

Selected Public Art Commissions and Exhibitions
2020 Freedom Spaces: Navigating Peace and Tranquility, Fulton County Board of Commissions, Fulton County Arts and Culture, Remote Interactive Project 
2019 The Ancestral Memory of Sound: Lift Every Voice and Sing, Commission, First Congregational Church, Atlanta, GA
2017 Journey to Freedom: Women of the Civil Rights Movement, (NEA) Public Art Commission, City of Atlanta Office of Cultural Affairs
2017 In Plain View, Site Specific Installation, Morgan County African American Museum, Madison, Georgia
2016 The Journey Projects, Eatonville, Florida, Site-specific installation, Zora Neale Hurston Museum, Eatonville, Florida
2016 University of Central Florida, "Storm", The Encounter: Baalu Girma and Zora Neale Hurston, commission and site-specific installation 
2015 Angels in Straight Jackets, Georgia College and State University, Milledgeville, GA, Site-specific installation and collaboration with Mab Segrest, Professor of Women's Studies, Connecticut College, New London, CT
2014 Beneath the Ogirishi Tree, Fulton County Commission, Wolf Creek Library Project, Atlanta, Georgia 
2012 The Ancestral Memory of Water, Site-specific Installation, First Congregational Church, Atlanta, Georgia
2011 Unraveling Miss Kitty's Cloak, Site-specific installation, Old Church, Emory University at Oxford, Georgia
2010 Mapping the Present Just Went By, Site-specific installation, Madison-Morgan Cultural Center, Madison, GA
1996 A Guide to Juke, Hartsfield/Jackson International Airport, Atlanta, GA
1990 Fish Dreams, Mural, Adams Park Bathhouse, Atlanta, GA
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