Lisa Tuttle has been a leader in the Atlanta art scene for over 30 years. She is not only a conceptual, interdisciplinary and multi-media artist, but serves as an arts administrator at the Fulton County Department of Arts and Culture. Tuttle has received recognition and awards for various public art projects, such as the 2012 Public Art Network Year-in-Review award which identified Tuttle’s artwork as one of the top 50 public art projects in the country and two Southern Arts Federation/ NEA Regional Fellowships for Visual Artists in both sculpture and photography. Her works are in the permanent collections of the Museum of Contemporary Art of Georgia, the Federal Reserve Bank and numerous private collections.