Terence Washington

Terence Washington is an arts educator and administrator from South Carolina. After a meaningful undergraduate art experience at St John’s College, in Annapolis, he spent two years at Williams College earning a Master’s in Art History while studying contemporary Black artists and lynching photography. He has held positions in education divisions at the Williams College Museum of Art and the National Gallery of Art. He recently returned to the DMV after spending 2020 running the artist residency at NXTHVN, in New Haven, CT. Currently, Terence is the project director for Readying the Museum, a temporary think-tank of artists and arts administrators considering the future of museums and the dismantling of white supremacy within them. Terence occasionally writes for exhibition catalogues and artist books, and in 2019 he co-curated The Black Overlay with Holly Bass and Sherman Fleming at the DC Arts Center.