Next Generation Studio Fellowship: Stephanie Cobb

Stephanie Cobb (b. 1992, Bowling Green, Kentucky) received her M.F.A in studio art at LSU College of Art + Design and her B.F.A. in painting from Savannah College of Art and Design. She has focused her professional experience in museums, nonprofit organizations, and teaching experience in the art and science fields.

Cobb’s work has been exhibited in Manifest Gallery in Cincinnati; Viridian Artists in New York; Masur Museum of Art in Monroe; Gutstein Gallery in Savannah; Baton Rouge Gallery in Baton Rouge; Intersect Arts Center in St. Louis; Giles Gallery in Richmond; Crane Arts in Philadelphia; 859 Gallery in Louisville; Sulfur Studios in Savannah; and SCAD’s Open Studio event in Lacoste, France, among others. She has had solo exhibitions at Glassell Gallery in Baton Rouge, Louisiana and the Arts Council Gallery in College Station, Texas. Cobb has attended residencies at the Burren College of Art in Ireland, Kentucky Foundation for Women in Louisville, HOME in Philadelphia, the Arts Council of Brazos Valley in Texas, and Kentucky College of Art and Design in Louisville.

Cobb’s teaching methods in comprehensive art and design emphasize creativity, critical thinking, and hands-on experience. She has taught foundations and advanced undergraduate courses at LSU College of Art + Design, Kentucky College of Art + Design, and Rhode Island School of Design. She has also acted as an Alumni Mentor for the Savannah College of Art & Design.

Her work has been published in the 23rd issue of Create! Magazine and the 154th issue of New American Paintings.

Currently, Cobb is living and working in Washington, DC.



About the Next Generation/Sanctuary Studio Fellowship: The Next Generation/Sanctuary Studio Fellowship provides support for a promising contemporary visual artist who is emerging and/or a recently relocated refugee or asylee. The fellowship includes mentorship, a studio residency of one year, a solo exhibition, opportunities to share and exchange with the public through teaching, workshops, open studio visits, artist talks, and a community of artist peers. The mentor will assist the Fellow with the development of creative and professional goals, access to resources and services, navigation of local artist opportunities for the exposure of the fellow’s work, and exchange of ideas. Currently Fellows are selected through nomination and invitation only.

Learn more about the Next Generation/Sanctuary Studio Fellowship.