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Tyler Worthington is a multimedia artist currently living in Nashville, Tennessee. He graduated cum laude from Austin Peay State University in 2018 and received a BFA in Studio Art. He prefers to work in many different mediums, including but not limited to video, sound, collage, printmaking, performance, and sculpture. After being told to “be himself” one too many times as a child, he pursued his passion to become an artist.

CV

2022

  • Included in “What Freedom?” at Stove Works Chattanooga
  • Included in Nashville Collage Collective “Summer Found” Showcase
  • Included in Morphic Additions Exhibition 2022
  • Included in APSU Alumni Show 2022
  • Included in Catalogue of Failures vol 2

2021

  • Assistant to Mclean Fahnestock
  • Included in Turnip Green Creative Reuse’s Sustainable Impact Show
  • Included in Turnip Green Creative Reuse’s artist market
  • Included in Channel 43’s 2021 Video Art showcase
  • Included in Downtown Nashville Artist’s Co-Op 2021 Microcinema
  • “Man Servant” for Channel 43’s 2021 Lineup

2020

  • Included in Erotic and Bizzare Art Festival 2020
  • Included in Unrequited Leisure’s “Adusting the Lens”
  • Included in Downtown Nashvile Artist’s Co-Op Microcinema
  • “Man Servant” for Miller’s Grove Public Access 2020 Lineup

2019

  • Included in Miller’s Grove Public Access September Lineup

2018

  • Included in Little Pieces exhibition at Turnip Green Creative Reuse
  • Graduated Cum Laude from Austin Peay State University
  • Received BFA in Studio Art from Austin Peay State University
  • APSU Dean’s list for academic achievement
  • Selected for 50th Annual Student Art Show
  • Won best in show for Sculpture
  • Won best in show for New Media
  • Recipient of the Purchase Award
  • Included in Terminal Media Gallery Student Showcase
  • Included in Nashville Cummins Station College Artists Exhibition

2017          

  • APSU Dean’s list for academic achievement
    • Selected for the 49th Annual Student Art Show
    • Won best in show for Video/New Media
    • Awarded APSU Summer Research Grant
    • Featured in APSU Living Gallery for exceptional art students
    • Awarded APSU Work Scholarship
    • Awarded Bruce Childs Endowment Scholarship
    • Included in Nashville Cummins Station College Artists Exhibition

2016          

  • APSU Dean’s list for academic achievement
    • Selected for the 48th Annual Juried Student Art Show
    • Included in collaborative exhibition between APSU sculpture and printmaking for Nashville Art Walk

2015          

  • APSU dean’s list for academic achievement

2014          

  • Graduated from Brentwood High School
    • Accepted into Austin Peay State University
    • Awarded APSU Work Scholarship