Nichole Washington

Nichole Washington

Nichole Washington is a visual artist working and living in New York. In 2016 she graduated from School of Visual Arts where she earned a masters degree in digital photography. In 2017 She was a recipient of the Enfoco photography fellowship. Since earning her degree Nichole has been creating mixed media works exploring feminine strength and identity. Nichole’s work is featured in the inaugural issue of MFON: Women Photographers of the African Diaspora. She has exhibited her work nationally in galleries and museums including at the National Afro-American Museum and Cultural Center. Nichole’s work has lent itself to a variety of projects including a mural at Black Girls Code headquarters in San Francisco, photo illustrations for The New Yorker and a variety of mixed media artwork commissions for companies such as HBO, Refinery29 and Players Tribune. Nichole has led workshops at Lower East Side Girls Club, Casita Maria and Vibe Theatre. Her work has been included in auctions supporting Heliotrope Foundation and Groundswell NYC.

Archive Exhibitions Featuring Nichole Washington

For My Girls

Brooklyn Bridge Park – Emily Warren Roebling Plaza
 archive : 2016

I empower women by portraying them with power, determination and focus. Many of my images feature women in confident poses, taken from a heroic angle. In For My Girls, I explore how 1990s female hip-hop artists inspired me to be proud of my African-American lineage, unapologetic for my liberated behavior and forceful in my approach to the culture at large.

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Archive Sessions and Events Featuring Nichole Washington

Sep 152017

Getting More Money From Existing Work

In this panel, we’ll be joined by photographers who think outside the box when it comes to making extra cash from their photography — ideas like limited edition prints, online shops, image resale, magazines, and more.

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