Sally Jacobs

Sally Jacobs
Sally Jacobs
Part-time Lecturer,

Meet Sally Jacobs

Has had solo exhibitions across the East Coast, including
at Prince Street Gallery in the Chelsea Arts District of New York City and at Gruppo Donatello in Florence, Italy. Held residencies at Can Serrat in El Bruc, Spain, the Center for Research Art Technology and Education in Oakland, CA, and Duke University. Favorite courses to teach include Art History and Studio Art. Enjoys getting to know students well and individualizing class learning experiences.

Received the Premio Prize from Leo Fortham studios in Florence, Italy.

Creating and showcasing egg temperas, oil, prints, and drawings across the globe.

For me, art history is like a feather bedyou fall into it and it catches you.” – David Salle

Examples of classes taught by Sally Jacobs:

  • Art History
  • Studio Art
  • Master of Fine Arts/Western Carolina University
  • Bachelor of Fine Arts/University of Cincinnati

Represented by Prince Street Gallery, NYC, NYC

Artist website:
Selected Solo Exhibitions:

  • 2020 Portraits of Migrant Farmworkers, Janice B. Hardison Faulkner Gallery, East Carolina University – Joyner Library, Greenville, NC
  • 2020 Portraits of Migrant Farmworkers, Kenan Institute of Ethics, Duke University, Durham, NC
  • 2014 Prince Street Gallery, New York, NY
  • 2014 Wilma W. Daniels, Wilmington NC
  • 2010 Art and Spirituality, Westmoreland Congregational United Church of Christ, Bethesda, Maryland.
  • 2008 180 Days 180 Students Theatre Arts Gallery, High Point, NC
  • 2007 Hands and Feet to Self, Western Carolina Museum, Cullowhee, NC
  • 2003 Home and Shelter, Red Sky Gallery, Charlotte, NC
  • 2000 Doing the Charleston, Paris/ New York/ Kent Gallery, Kent, CT
  • 1995 Rhodes Center for the Arts Gallery, Charleston, SC
  • 1993 Du Monde Gallery, Florence, Italy
  • 1992 Tuscan Landscapes, Gruppo Donatello Gallery, Florence, Italy


Juried Exhibitions:

  • 2016 Blue Mountain Gallery, NYC, Juror: Stanley Lewis
  • 2014 Elder Gallery, Charlotte, NC Juror: Lance Esplund
  • 2012 Bowery Gallery, Juror: Lance Esplund NY, NY
  • 2009 Carolinas Got Art, Juror: Brice Brown
  • 2006 Mobile Museum of Art, Mobile AL



  • Duke University: week-long residency, March 23-29, 2020, invited by Professor Charlie Thompson, Duke Center for Documentary Studies through a grant from the Kenan Institute of Ethics and in collaboration with Student Action with Farmworkers. Present The Bus Sculpture portions of At a Stranger’s Table.
  • Virtual Bus Sculpture designed for Farmworker Institute Conference, Chapel Hill, 2020, Vimeo Link: (in light of the Coronavirus).



  • 2020 Recipient of the Z. Smith Reynolds Foundation Inclusive Public Art Grant (50,000)



  • Art History
  • Fine Artist in Painting and Drawing

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