Lisa Tuttle is an artist, curator, arts administrator, educator and writer.  She has worked as a lead administrator with the Fulton County Public Art Program since 2003. Previously, she was the gallery director for both Nexus Contemporary Art Center (now Atlanta Contemporary) and the Atlanta College of Art, and the Visual Arts Director for The Arts Festival of Atlanta, where she oversaw NEA-funded site work projects, organized and curated temporary exhibitions of contemporary art including during the Olympics in 1996. As an artist, her work is interdisciplinary, lens-based and mixes mediums. She has completed several public art projects, including Harriet Rising, in collaboration with Alice Lovelace, which received an Americans for the Arts Public Art Network 2012 Year-in-Review award as one of the top 50 public art projects in the country.

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