Jamie Steele currently lives and works in Atlanta, GA. She is founder and director of the Atlanta, artist-run space, Camayuhs. She is also coFounder of GURL DONT BE DUMB, a Chicago-based curatorial project. She obtained her BA in Fine Art from the University of the South in 2007 and an MFA from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago in 2012 upon which she received the John Quincy Adams fellowship awarded by Jessica Stockholder. Recent curatorial projects include Feels Warm Like Things Burning, LUMP, Raliegh, NC, 2019, Dodd Bod, a student exhibition at the University of Georgia, 2019, Satellite Fair, Miami, FL, 2018, and Very Far Away From Anywhere Else, AA Projects, Vienna, Austria, 2017. Steele’s art has recently been exhibited in: The Sea Wants to Take Me, Tempus Projects, Tampa, FL 2018, Appetite for Distruction, Wassaic Project, Wassaic, NY, 2016. Close Encounters, Beverly’s, NY, NY, 2016. The Flat Files: Year Three,Tiger Strikes Asteroid, Brooklyn, NY, 2015, We Gave Our Best the Rest is up to the Hope Chest, Penelope, Queens, NY, 2015.

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