MFA, Painting and Mixed Media, University of Maryland, College Park
Diploma, Film Making, New York Film Academy, Paris, France
BA, English, Morehouse College, Atlanta, GA
SELECTED SOLO EXHIBITIONS
Supreme Magnetic, Project 4, Washington, DC
In Quest of the Sun, Project 4, Washington, DC
Yesterday’s Tomorrow, District of Columbia Arts Center (DCAC)
SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS
Laid, Placed and Arranged, University of Maryland, College Park;
Curated by Taras W. Matla
Art on the Vine, Dr. Daniel Fisher House, Edgartown, MA;
Curated by Art on the Vine Foundation and The Agora Culture
Spiral, Recoil, The Delaware Contemporary, Wilmington, Delaware;
Curated by Kayleigh Bryant-Greenwall
A Simple Passion and a Complex Vision: The Darryl Atwell Collection, Harvey B Gantt Center,
Charlotte, NC; Curated by Darryl Atwell
Invisible Heritage: Transfer 2017, VI Cultural Embassy, Copenhagen, Denmark;
Caribbean Museum Center for the Arts, St. Croix, U.S.V.I.; Curated by Monica Marin
Art of Daring | Art Basel 2016, Maps Backlot, Miami Beach, Miami, FL;
Curated by Interview,Cadillac and Revolt TV.
Silos, Class Curtain Gallery at Columbia College, Chicago, IL;
American University Museum at the Katzen Arts Center, Washington, D.C.; Curated by Jeffreen Hayes*
WPA’s Annual Art Auction Exhibition and Gala Select 2016,
Washington Project for the Arts, Washington, D.C.; Curated by Vessela Stretenovic*
New Arrivals 2015: Collecting Contemporary Art, University of Maryland, College Park
Hillyer Contemporaries, Hillyer Art Space, Washington, DC, Curated by Allison Nance
WPA’s Annual Art Auction Exhibition and Gala Select 2014,
Washington Project for the Arts, Curated by Jeffrey Cudlin
Decenter NY/DC: An Exhibition on the Century of the 1913 Armory Show, Luther Brady Art Gallery,
George Washington University, Curated by Adrianna Campbell and Daniel Palmer*
Scope | Art Basel 2013: Miami Beach, Miami, FL, Curated by Project 4
WPA’s Annual Art Auction Exhibition and Gala Select 2013,
Washington Project for the Arts, Curated by Michelle Joan Wilkinson*
We Speak the Souls of Ancestors, DC Commission of the Arts and Humanities,
Curated by Zoma Wallace
Visual Thinking: The Morris and Gwendolyn Cafritz Foundation Arts Center,
Montgomery College, Takoma Park, MD, Curated by Maureen Kohl
9th Annual Transformer Auction, Corcoran Gallery of Art
(e)merge art fair, The Capitol Skyline Hotel, Washington, DC, Curated by Project 4
In Season, Project 4, Washington, DC, Curated by Rachel Jennings
Sound: Print: Record, University Museum, University of Delaware, Newark,
Curated by Charles D. Carson and Julie McGee*
*Catalog or Brochure
FILM/VIDEO & PERFORMANCE
Laid, Placed and Arranged Panel, The Phillips Collection, Washington, D.C.
Silos Panel, The Katzen Center at American University, Washington, D.C.
Artists and Mentorship: David C. Driskell in Conversation with Ellington Robinson,
National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C.
Decenter Panel, Kreeger Museum, Washington, D.C.
Going to Paula (16mm) film, Vox Velise by Billy Colbert, Live concert by Thad Wilson,
Monserrat House, Washington, DC, Curated by Billy Colbert
New York Film Academy 1999, Paris, France
Cafritz, Peggy Cooper. "Fired Up! Ready to Go! Finding Beauty, Demanding Equity: African American Life in Art, New York: Rizzoli Electa.
Jenkins, Mark. "In The Galleries: University of Maryland Spotlights Six Former Students."
The Washington Post, November 30
Schwartz, Michael. In Collaboration…Interview. December/January 2017: Page 69. Print.
Rowell, Charles Henry, Callaloo: Art & Culture in the African Diaspora. Vol. 38, Number 4,
John Hopkins University Press. (2015): 851-54 and 943-45. Print.
O’Sullivan, Michael, “Gallery Opening of the Week: Ellington Robinson: Supreme Magnetic,”
The Washington Post, November 8.
Jenkins, Mark, "D.C. gallery shows: 'Landscapes of Unease,' 'Supreme Magnetic,' 'Decenter NY/DC',"
The Washington Post, November 6.
Jenkins, Mark, “Robinson at Project 4,” The Washington Post, September 30.
Carson, Charles D., “Sound: Print: Record,” African American Legacies,
Delaware: University Museum, University of Delaware.
Ross, Dax-Devlon, “Best of Intentions,” (Cover Illustration) New York: Outside the Box Publishing.
Ross, Dax-Devlon, “‘At the Crossroads’: Beat of a Different Drum,”
The Untold Stories of African Americans Forging Their Own Paths in Work and Life,
New York: Hyperion Books.
Adjunct Professorial Lecturer of Painting, American University
Adjunct Faculty in Drawing, Montgomery College, Takoma Park, MD
Graduate Assistant Teaching Fellowship, University of Maryland, College Park
AWARDS, COMMITTEES & RESIDENCIES
Artist in Residence, The Fountainhead Residency, Miami, Fl.
U.S. Embassy in Oslo, Norway Permanent Collection | U.S. Department of State Art in Embassies Program
The Phillips Collection | Contemporary Steering Commitee, Washington D.C.
Grand Crossing Library, Cultural Affairs Public Art Commission, Chicago, IL.
Artist in Residence, Caribbean Museum Center for the Arts, St. Croix
Mentor, Strathmore Hall Foundation Artist in Residence Program
DC Commission of the Arts and Humanities Artist Fellowship Program Grant
Art Advisory Committee, Hillyer Art Space, Washington, DC
Visual Arts Committee, District of Columbia Arts Center (DCAC)
Black Artists Retreat [B.A.R.] convened by Theaster Gates, Chicago, IL
DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities Art Bank Collection Recipient
David C. Driskell Award of Excellence Teaching Fellowship, University of Maryland, College Park
David C. Driskell Graduate Assistant Fellowship, University of Maryland, College Park
Anne Truitt Fellowship, University of Maryland, College Park