Weaving and Watching - Circa - NCMA - North Carolina Museum of Art
Adriana Burkins

Adriana Burkins is a GSK Education Fellow at the NCMA. She is pursuing a master's degree in art history from UNC–Chapel Hill with a focus in race, identity, and representation.

Comments (1)

  1. Milton Patterson - Reply

    September 23, 2017

    Beautiful and I love the art weaving and surely the African motifs, I am a visual artist and do works on canvas velvet and others . My version of African American art started in the sixties and after graduating high school in 1970 expanded to different types of art as well as sign painting ! Now after years of personal development I’m excited And bubbling over with things to show !!
Leave a Comment

Don't miss a beat. Sign up to receive updates and special offers.

Sign Up

You May Also Like

Personal History

Personal History

How a UNC student found her calling amid the British portraits in the NCMA's History and Mystery exhibition...

READ MORE
Growing Up at the Museum

Growing Up at the Museum

A second-grade field trip launched a lifelong relationship with the Museum for one of our interns.

READ MORE
      
      
      
Andrea Donnelly: We’ve Met Before

Andrea Donnelly: We’ve Met Before

North Carolina–raised artist Andrea Donnelly explores the dynamic between the formulaic methods of handwoven cloth and the impulsiveness of ink in the...

READ MORE