Minnis, Jodi

Jodi Minnis (born 1995, Nassau, The Bahamas) is a mixed media artist that explores sexuality, femininity and cultural identity through performance, installation and 2-dimensional media.  

Minnis received her Associates of Arts degree from The College of the Bahamas in 2015. In the same year, she acted as Assistant Curator of the Central Bank of the Bahamas Art Gallery and The Pro Gallery. She curated Transforming Spaces, Hillside House, Nassau (2015)  and PROS,  Pro Gallery of the College of The Bahamas  (2014).

Minnis was awarded the POPOPstudios Junior Residency Prize (2014) and she was selected to represent the Bahamas at the Caribbean Linked Residency Program (2015). Recent exhibitions include Color of Harmony, The College of The Bahamas (2012 and 2013) and NE7: Antillean: An Ecology The National Art Gallery of The Bahamas (2014).