This mural is part of Spelman’s 2018 MLK Day of Service activities. This sprawling painting will include the likeness of Adrienne McNeil Herndon, celebrating women in leadership, the arts, education and entrepreneurship.
Visual artist Charmaine Minniefield seeks to preserve Black narratives as a radical act of social justice. As an artist-activist, her work intentionally pushes back against erasure, displacement, misrepresentation and marginalization by reclaiming cultural histories in communities affected by gentrification. Her murals can be seen at numerous locations in Atlanta. Her recent public art projects include projection mapping and site-specific installation. With over 20 years experience as a producer and arts administrator, Minniefield has worked with such organizations as the National Black Arts Festival, the High Museum of Art and the Fulton County Department of Art and Culture. She has produced projects with such organizations as Alternate ROOTS, Points of Light and Flux Projects and she currently serves as faculty for both Spelman College and Freedom University. To learn more about her work, visit www.CharmaineMinniefield.com