Alexia Eggleston

Photography & Video, BFA

Art History and Visual Culture
Our Footprints. Our Legacy.
Alexia Eggleston uses photography and video to explore her identity as an African American person in America. Eggleston has created an experience where the viewer is receiving the perspective of the artist, and the subjects through film and digital photography, and collage and text. Eggleston’s main source of inspiration is her family and personal life experiences.

As an undergraduate, Eggleston participated in the PCA&D- Zayed Photography Cultural Exchange Blog. Eggleston has also received the Mary Colleen Heil Scholarship through Pennsylvania College of Art & Design and was regarded as “an exceptional rising junior.” Eggleston’s work was featured in the 2021 Joy issue in “Black Voices Magazine.” Eggleston had five pieces accepted to the National Council on Aging Annual Group Exhibition, and received an honorable mention award for one of the photos that was accepted. Lastly, Eggleston’s latest exhibition was at Rowan University for a group exhibition titled “Expanded View.”