Darcie Beeman-Black is currently a Master of Fine Art in Metals candidate for Spring 2018 at Memphis College of Art. Art jewelry construction is her specialty. Darcie won the Juror’s Choice Award in the 2017 Charles Lewton-Brain International Foldforming Competition, the River Arts Fest Scholarship, the Hohenberg MFA Scholarship, and the SNAG Conference Scholarship this year. Her work was exhibited at the Walter Anderson Museum of Art, the Palos Verdes Art Center, the University Museum at Southern Illinois State University, and University Galleries at University of Arkansas Little Rock and Henderson State University last year. Models have carried her work down runway shows in Los Angeles and New Orleans. Darcie is also an art educator for the Community Education department at Memphis College of Art. She was selected as a Winter Artist Resident at the Penland School of Arts and Crafts in North Carolina in 2017 and 2018. Darcie is an active member of the College Art Association and Society of North American Goldsmiths.