Victor Sledge

Victor Sledge is an Atlanta-based writer with experience in journalism, academic, creative, and business writing. He has a B.A. in English with a concentration in British/American Cultures and a minor in Journalism from Georgia State University. Victor was an Arts & Living reporter for Georgia State’s newspaper, The Signal, which is the largest university newspaper in Georgia.  He spent a year abroad studying English at Northumbria University in Newcastle Upon Tyne, UK, where he served as an editor for their creative magazine before returning to the U.S. as the Communications Ambassador for Georgia State’s African American Male Initiative. He is now a master’s student in Georgia State’s Africana Studies Program, and his research interest is Black representation in media, particularly for Black Americans and Britons. His undergraduate thesis, Black on Black Representation: How to Represent Black Characters in Media, explores the same topic. 

articles by this author

Elizabeth Barlow: Not Discipline, Devotion

Kim Watson: TRESPASS

Brett Foraker: The Human Embrace of the Digital

GEN.ART: Blurring the Lines of the Physical and the Digital

Ivan McClellan's Eight Seconds: A Culture Illuminated

Pellas Gallery is Reaching New Horizons with its First-Ever NFT Exhibition

John Simmons: Our Realities are Shaped by Our Affinities

Castro Frank On Abstracted Emotions and Photography

Olivier Mosset: Looking Beyond the Painting

David Gamble Partners With Morphy To Turn Iconic Stephen Hawking Photo into NFT for Auction

VU: A New Online Platform For Buying Affordable Art That Uniquely Serves Artists, Galleries, & Collectors

Patricia Vernhes' Other One: The Humanity in Objects

Younes Mohammad’s Open Wounds

Weisstub’s Gaze: Everything Belongs Everywhere (London)

Emerald Arguelles: An Artist and Editor Leading with Transparency

Laurel Johannesson’s Situations: Finding Comfort and Connections in Liminal Zones