Art Association Memberships:

  • Women's Caucus for Art (US) Art and Activism Task Force
  • Women’s Caucus for Art GA Art and Activism Task Force
  • College Art Association
  • National Collage Association: Signature Member
  • Atlanta Collage Society
  • Collage Artists of America (https://collageartists.org/)
  • Fellowship of Quakers in the Arts

Other Art Activism Related Affiliations (* = long-time service)

  • League of Women Voters *
  • NAACP *
  • Mentone AL Women's Marches


  • ​Ed. S. Counseling and Educational Psychology. State University of West Georgia
  • M. Ed. Counseling and Educational Psychology. State University of West Georgia
  • B. S. Ed. Art Education. University of Georgia.

National Juried Exhibitions, 2013-2019:

  • Dolls in the City, 2 Rules Gallery, Marietta GA, 2013
  • Material Witness, Georgia Women’s Caucus for the Arts, Dalton Gallery, Agnes Scott University, Atlanta, 2013
  • Stories We Tell, Women’s Caucus for Art, 2013
  • Women's Rights - An Artist’s Perspective, UniteWomen.org, 2013
  • 10 x 10 x Tieton, Paper Hammer Studio, Tieton Arts and Humanities, Tieton WA, 2013
  • The Fl3tch3r Exhibit, Slocumb Gallery, East Tennessee State University, Johnson City TN, 2013
  • Myths and Legends, Annmarie Sculpture Garden & Arts Center, Dowell MD, 2014
  • Equilibrium, Women’s Caucus for Art, Woman Made Gallery, Chicago, 2014
  • Identity, GalleryNine5.com, New York City, 2014
  • Voices: An Artist’s Perspective, UniteWomen.org, 2014
  • Force of Nature: Exploring the Power of the Feminine, Women’s Caucus for Art NH, Karl Drerup Art Gallery, Plymouth NH, 2015​
  • Who’s Afraid of Feminism, Women’s Caucus for Art, A.I.R. Gallery, Brooklyn, NY, 2015
  • 10 x 10 x Tieton, Paper Hammer Studio, Tieton Arts and Humanities, Tieton WA, 2015
  • Secret, ARC Gallery, Online Gallery. 2015
  • National Collage Society, 31 Annual Juried Exhibit. 2015.
  • Faith [In]Action?, United Theological Seminary of the Twin Cities. New Brighton MN, 2016 
  • Dada Lives! University of Cincinnati Blue Ash Art Gallery, Blue Ash, OH, 2016
  • CHAOS, ARC Gallery Online Gallery, San Francisco, 2016
  • Peep Show, Black Earth Gallery, Cedar Rapids, IA, 2016
  • National Collage Society, 32 Annual Juried Exhibit. 2016.
  • The Valdosta National 2017. Dedo Maranville Fine Arts Gallery, Valdosta State University, 2017
  • Domestic Interiors, Grosse Pointe Artists Association, The War Memorial, Grosse Pointe, MI, 2017
  • Duality of Feminine and Feminist, Gallery 66 NY, Cold Spring, NY, 2017
  • ATHICA Juried Exhibition, Athens Institute for Contemporary Art, Athens, GA, 2017
  • Fl3tch3r Exhibition: Social and Politically Engaged Art, the Reece Museum, East Tennessee State University, Johnson City TN, 2017. Selected for "Reece Museum Award," presented annually to an artist whose work in the exhibit is selected as the museum staff's favorite.

  • Unnatural Symmetry, The Yards Collective, Rochester, NY 2018. Sponsored by the Rochester Collage Society.

  • Guns: Artists Respond, Swords into Plowshares Gallery, Detroit, MI 2018. Sponsored by the Women's Caucus for Art, Michigan.

  • 10x10x10xTieton, Mighty Tieton Warehouse, Tieton Arts and Humanities, Tieton WA, 2018 (5 works accepted)

  • Jurors' Award for "Southern Girls' Initiation," 10x10x10xTieton, 2018

  • Art of Armistice, Target Gallery, Alexandria, VA, 2018

  • Merged: A National Exhibition of Self Expressive Collage and Assemblage, The d'Art Center, Norfolk, VA, 2018

  • National Collage Society, 34 Annual Juried Exhibit. 2018.

  • Recycle 2019. Brooklyn Waterfront Artists Coalition. 2019

  • Shame. Hera Gallery, Wakefield RI, 2019.

Georgia and National Women’s Caucus for Art Exhibitions, 2013-2019:

  • Roots, Blue Mark Studios, Atlanta GA, 2014
  • Mark, Lyndon House Art Center, Athens GA, 2015
  • Women Do It! Traveling Postcard Exhibit, 2015
  • Art from My Perspective, Georgia Perimeter College Gallery, Atlanta GA 2016
  • 46/21 "46 Million Slaves, 21st Century Slavery," Mammal Gallery, Atlanta, GA 2016
  • Our Nature, Georgia State University Gallery, Clarkston, GA 2017
  • The Art of Protest, Sycamore Place Gallery, Decatur, GA, 2017
  • Tell Me About It, Decatur Art Walk Open Gallery and Studios, Decatur GA, 2018.
  • Human Trafficking: The Battle Continues, Shambala Center for Meditation Gallery, Decatur GA, 2019.
  • Pushed, Georgia State University Gallery, Clarkston, GA 2019.

Other Exhibitions

  • Featured artist, What Is Seen, Georgia State University Gallery, Clarkston, GA, 2016
  • ​Seeing Red, ARC Gallery, Chicago, IL, 2017
  • Selected as presenter, "Quick and Dirty Collage Techniques," Kolaj Fest, July 12-15, 2018, New Orleans, LA
  • Reinvention II, ARC Gallery, Chicago, IL, 2018

Published Works Other Than Exhibit Catalogues

  • ​“Another Time Machines Were Going to Save Us” featured in article “Collage” in Metadada: The International Journal of Dada Mining, Volume 1, 2016.
  • “Women Still Climbing Old Walls for a Place to Practice” collage in What Is Seen in Atlanta Celebrates Photography Festival Guide, 2016.
  • Selected work in The Hand magazine, Volume 14, 2016.
  • Selected as featured visual artist for cover (collage: “War Bonnets Never Out of Style for Long”) and other art, December 2016, Chattahoochee Review.

  • Selected work in The Hand magazine, Volume 14, 2016; Volume 15, 2017; Volume 19, 2018.

Lucy Julia Hale
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art after many years--Looking to rejoin the Dance.

Lucy Julia Hale  
Feminist / Social Activist / Earth Advocate