Jeff Mather

Jeff is a community-based public artist and multi-disciplinary teaching artist. He has conducted site sculpture residencies and directed public art projects all over Georgia and in Utah. He was a co-founder and served as board president of the Atlanta Partnership for Arts in Learning (APAL). He has served as the STEAM Artist-in-Residence at Drew Charter School for 45 days each semester since 2013. His work at Drew has been featured by GPB and Edutopia. Jeff was digital storytelling coach at the South Atlanta School of Law and Social Justice and created digital storytelling programs for the Woodruff Art Center, for APAL, and at Drew. He has directed experimental theater productions at the Center for Puppetry Arts and served as artist-in-residence for the Atlanta Symphony and the High Museum. He was a 2023 Reiser Artists Lab lead artist at the Alliance Theater where he designed an experimental project, Daughter House 5. Jeff has served as an artist-in-residence at over 200 schools.

Digital Storytelling

Delivery MethodLive & Indoors Live & Online Live & Outdoors Recorded & Online
Media Arts and Storytelling: Best known across Georgia for his community-based public art projects, Jeff is also a Digital Storytelling coach and conducts digital storytelling residencies all around Georgia.

Community-based Site Art

Delivery MethodLive & Indoors
Visual Art: Best known across Georgia for his community-based public art projects, Jeff has collaborated with community partners in every part of the state on environmental art projects.