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Jasmine Wilson is a writer and art critic from Atlanta, GA. She is currently pursuing her Master’s in African American Studies at Clark Atlanta University and is a participant in Stay Home Gallery’s Inaugural Curatorial Fellowship program. Jasmine is the founder of her blog POCKETBOOK, where she publishes weekly reflections on contemporary Black life and art. In recent posts, Jasmine has served as Youth and Family Programs Assistant at the High Museum of Art, Mellon Curatorial Fellow at the Studio Museum in Harlem, and Graduate Research Assistant for the AUC Art History and Curatorial Studies Collective. Her writings have appeared in Burlington Magazine, Sugarcane Magazine, Contemporary And, Abstractions Magazine and Black Women in Visual Art. Jasmine holds a BA in English from Howard University.