Managing Editor / Editor of Arts & Culture
Hannah Shepard is the Managing Editor and dedicated Arts & Culture editor of ELYSIAN magazine.
Hannah Shepard is the dedicated Arts & Culture editor of ELYSIAN magazine. She received her Master of Fine Arts from Savannah College of Art & Design and has degrees in Arts Management and Art History. Hannah is an accomplished art professional who rose quickly in major galleries and museums in the Southeast, including being the Executive Director for the largest non-profit contemporary art center in South Carolina. She has worked with over 200 artists of regional, national and international levels, and has developed a broad range of dynamic programming, such as state-wide juried exhibitions, educational workshops, interactive tours, panel discussions, contemporary performances, and more.
By Hannah Shepard PACE Gallery has entertained visitors in Manhattan’s Chelsea district and nine other worldwide locations since opening its doors in 1960. Compromising that
By Hannah Shepard Surrounded by the women in her family and dressed in matching garments, Cristina Molina’s grandmother reaches for a hand of support while
If you are feeling deprived of art & culture while ‘sheltering in place,’ here are a few ways to explore museums, galleries and theatre from the comfort of your own home.
Only in its second installment, many were unsure if this year’s Frieze Los Angeles (Feb. 14-16, 2020) was set for another successful weekend or if maybe the City of Angels wasn’t quite ready to be listed on the international art world calendar.
Museums across the United States are planning to team up ahead of the 2020 election to produce a collection of exhibitions on feminist art.
Museums are crucial to society as the keepers of our history, culture and art. They provide a tangible learning experience that has the power to invoke thought and conversation.
It is a common misconception that creativity only belongs to those who are in tune with their right-brain hemisphere – those born with artistic ‘talent’ and a natural visionary ‘flow.’