Solo Exhibitions

The Hive 2.0/Anacostia Arts Center, Washington, DC
Press / Press Release / Promo & Photos

Crowns  | 2017-18
Distinctly Creative, Brentwood, MD

Awards & Honors

Honorable Mention. 2019 | Regional Juried Exhibition, Hill Center Galleries, Wash, DC

Honorable Mention. 2018 | Golden, Art Impact™ International, Washington, DC

Group Exhibitions

Hill Center Galleries Regional Juried Exhibition | 2019
Hill Center Galleries, Washington, DC
Juror: Caitlin Berry, Fine Arts Dealer and Associate Director at HEMPHILL Fine Arts

Seeking Prince George's | 2019
PG County Exhibition at the Lowe House Office Building, Annapolis, MD

Golden (3rd Annual Juried Art Exhibition) | 2018
Pepco Edison Place Gallery, Art Impact™ International, Washington, DC
Jurors: Andrew Haley, Owner of Haley Fine Art Gallery, and Gina Lewis, Associate Professor of Art, and the Studio Arts Coordinator, at Bowie State University 

Bring It! | 2017
PG County Exhibition at the Lowe House Office Building, Annapolis, MD

Splash: Attitude and Process | 2017
Brentwood Arts Exchange, Brentwood, MD
Juror: Ginevra Shay, Artistic Director, The Contemporary Museum, Baltimore, MD

Climax: Best of the Best | 2017
Pepco Edison Place Gallery (Art Impact™ International), Washington, DC
Juror: Curlee Holton, Executive Director, David C. Driskell Center, Univ. of Maryland

Black Renaissance: Resilience | 2017
Distinctly Creative at Anacostia Arts Center, Washington, DC

Black Creek Arts Annual Juried Exhibition | 2016
Mantissa Gallery, Hartsville, SC 

Art as Politics | 2016
Touchstone Gallery, Washington, DC 

Radical Re-imaginings: Our Racialized Past, Present, and Futures | 2016
Woolly Mammoth Theater, Washington, DC
Curated by Sheldon Scott, in association with An Octoroon by Branden Jacobs-Jenkins


Scriber, Brad. "A Look That Stops Traffic." American University Magazine, March 2019. View

Reese, Lillian. "Traffic box artist unites community members and officials." 
Hyattsville Life & Times, March 2019. View

Billups, Edith. "‘Crowned In Gold,’ Rashad Ali Muhammad’s First Solo Exhibit." 
The Sentinel, February 2018. View


The 'Orange' Issue | 2017
ArtAscent Art & Literature Journal View