Jordan T. Robinson

About Me

Young arts administrator working towards progression through cultural engineering.

Member Type Non-member

A visionary born in the north; raised in the south; and traveled in between, gaining necessary materials working towards developing his niche in cultural engineering via media design. The link below, is his current portfolio of work and ideasof recent. 

Always involved in the arts, Jordan Robinson naturally gained an interest into, what he would later find out, the vast field of design and art. Influenced by Leonardo's inventions of flying machines, his oldest brother's pursuit in engineering, and experiences working with an architectural firm (formerly known as Gantt-Huberman Architects), Jordan has had a general interest in architecture and industrial design. While attending North Carolina Agricultural & Technical State University, majoring in Visual Arts with a concentration in media design, he was granted the opportunities many art students want.

He has been exhibited in every annual Fall & Spring show featured in the Hayes Clinton Taylor Gallery, was exhibited in the Big SURS exhibition at High Point University, displayed in the 2012 Co-Creeation Exhibition, accepted into the 2012 Student Exhibition at the CVA (Center for Visual Artists), and became a participating artist in "Help", a collection of work remarking on the social conflict between the foreign policies, and the undocumented youth who grew up in the U.S.A. Currently, He entered work in for an upcoming show, and is developing an exhibition for the senior show in April. 



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