About Rodrecas Davis
Photography courtesy of the Eric Thomas.
A native of Monroe, Georgia, Rodrecas “drék” Davis is a 2006 graduate of the University of Georgia Fine Arts program. Primarily a mixed-media artist, drék is also a Cancer, a saxophonist, audiophile, Hip-Hop head, and lover of all things caffeinated. His work can be seen in the Politics Issue of Callaloo: A Journal of African Diaspora Arts and Letters and ColorLines. A former columnist for the Athens Banner-Herald, Davis combined his visual arts and journalistic experience to provide both an academic and formal review of the arts. Mr. Davis is a tenured Associate Professor of Art at Grambling State University, in Grambling Louisiana.
Mr. Davis' area's of specialization are Conceptual Art & Design, Mixed Media Assemblage, Soft Sculpture, Installation Art, Digital Media, and Photography. As an educator his courses cover studio-based subjects, art history, and professional practices & career development for Studio Art majors. Davis has exhibited in numerous shows, and curated several. He is a frequent participant at academic regional, national, and international conferences where he presents lectures on the various intersections of Popular Culture and Visual Art.
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