Jasmine Williams

Jasmine Williams

Artist and Curator – How We Get Over: We Grow On

Columbus, Mississippi native Jasmine Williams is a writer, creative producer and curator who enjoys creating art to connect the Southern Black experience. Using art as a tool to connect communities and share stories, Jasmine hopes to inspire folks to see the art in their being, in just existing day-to-day. Jasmine is the creator of ‘Sipp Talk Media, a digital platform that uses storytelling to shift the narrative of Mississippi by centering Black experiences and culture. Exploring themes of language, food, history, art, and lifestyle, Jasmine is committed to the visibility of Black Southern stories and our creative legacy. Always centering the South and Mississippi, specifically, Jasmine’s goal is to continue to recognize and celebrate Black, Southern contributions to American culture and beyond.

Contributions to Humans and Nature Press:

• How We Get Over: A Conversation with Sarah Jené and Jasmine Williams
Listen and read this conversation about loss, grief, and Southern Black community.

Additional Noteworthy Links:

• How We Get Over: We Grow On
Learn about the installation Jasmine Williams and Sarah Jené created at the Mississippi Museum of Art.

• ‘Sipp Talk
Visit Jasmine William’s digital storytelling platform.

Photo credit: Deja Samuels

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