Allan L. Edmunds is recognized as an award-winning artist-printmaker, educator and arts manager. As founder of Brandywine Workshop and Archives, arts management consultant and lecturer, he has built a strong following nationally and internationally among artists, art historians and curators. Over a five-decade career, Edmunds has been driven to create wider access for artists of color and their art in institutions, and document, broadly, their contributions to global culture. He has a BFA and MFA degrees in fine art from Temple University, Tyler School of Art, served as a Senior Research Associate in computer graphics at Cardiff Art School in Wales (UK), and was a Fellow of the Getty Museum Management program.
INTERIM PROJECT DIRECTOR, ARTURA.org | FOUNDER & PRESIDENT, BRANDYWINE WORKSHOP & ARCHIVES, PHILADELPHIA, PA