Kelly Taylor Mitchell is an artist and educator based in Atlanta, GA. Kelly has completed residencies at Ranch Arts Center, Minnesota Center for Book Arts, Women’s Studio Workshop and Atlanta Contemporary. Kelly has completed fellowships with The Museum of Contemporary Art Georgia (Working Artist Project 2020-2021), The American Academy in Rome (Spelman College Affiliate Fellowship 2022), and The SMFA at Tufts Traveling Fellowship (2021-2022). She is a 2022 Atlanta Artadia Awardee. Her work is exhibited nationally and can be found in collections such as the Harvard Fine Arts Library, Bowdoin Special Collections, Smith College Special Collections, Walker Art Center Library, among others. Recent solo shows include Reunion at The Museum of Contemporary Art Georgia, Preaching to the Choir at Callanwolde Fine Arts Center, and Kin, Spirit, Seed at Westobou. She is currently an Assistant Professor of Art and Visual Culture at Spelman College and a 2023-2024 Midtown Heart of the Arts Artist in Residence (Atlanta, GA).