Jerushia Graham is the Museum Coordinator for the Robert C. Williams Museum of Papermaking and a working artist. The Atlanta-based artist exhibits both nationally and internationally.
In 2019, she was nominated in the category of Artistic Excellence for the inaugural Hammonds House Honors. She was one of five artists selected by the Georgia Committee for the National Museum of Women in the Arts to exhibit at MOCA GA, Paper Routes: Women To Watch 2020.
Several of her papercuts traveled the state of Georgia in an exhibition sponsored by the Georgia Museum of Art and Lyndon House Museum, Highlighting Contemporary Art in Georgia: Cut and Paste.
Graham served as the VP of Exhibitions/Curatorial for the North American Hand Papermakers 2019-2021and has been a guest curator for the Zora Neale Hurston Museum in Eatonville, FL and The Hudgens Center for Art and Learning in Duluth, GA. She has juried the South Arts Southern Prize, the All-State Art Symposium, the Georgia Artists with Disabilities Exhibition and a number of other juried arts awards.
Jerushia earned her MFA in Book Arts/Printmaking from the University of the Arts in Philadelphia, PA, and BFA degrees in Fabric Design and Printmaking from the University of Georgia in Athens. Graham is interested in creating spaces for socially-minded introspection and empathy through her artwork, workshops, and curatorial projects.