2014 Master of Fine Arts, University of Connecticut
2005 Bachelor of Fine Arts, University of South Carolina

Selected One-Person Exhibitions
(November) Etherredge Center Gallery, University of South Carolina Aiken; Aiken, SC
Waffle House Vistas, Storrs Gallery, University of North Carolina at Charlotte, Charlotte, NC

Dangerous Waters, Crate Project, Hendersonville, NC

2017 Dangerous Waters, C3 Lab, Charlotte, NC

2016 Hydropower, Esther Prangley Rice Gallery, McDaniel College, Westminster, MD
2016 Micah Cash, Sozo Gallery, Charlotte, NC

2015 Land Marks, Union Shop Studio, Charlotte, NC

2014 Dangerous Waters: Paintings and Photographs by Micah Cash, Peachtree Gallery, Lubbock, TX
2014 Dangerous Waters: Painting & Photography by Micah Cash, National Archives at Atlanta, Atlanta, GA
2014 Landscapes: Paintings by Micah Cash, Etherredge Center Gallery, University of South Carolina Aiken; Aiken, SC

2013 Micah Cash: Wyoming Paintings, Interiors of Washington (I/W Gallery); Bethesda, MD
2009 Recent Paintings by Micah Cash, James L. Pierce Gallery; Lutherville, MD
2009 Micah Cash: Small Paintings, The Paramount; Charlottesville, VA

Two-Person Exhibitions
2019 <Reply>: Amy Herman + Micah Cash, Hodges Taylor, Charlotte, NC

2017 Micah Cash & Leonor Demori Neisler, Sozo Gallery, Charlotte, NC

Selected Group and Juried Exhibitions
ArtFields, Lake City, SC

Currents 2018, Ogden Museum of Southern Art, New Orleans, LA. Juried by Anjuli Lebowitz.
2018 Intersection, C3 Lab, Charlotte, NC
Home is Where the Art Is: Celebrating Five Years of Community Supported Art, UNCC Projective Eye Gallery, University of North Carolina at Charlotte, Charlotte, NC
2018 ArtFields, Lake City, SC

2017 Smash + Grab 2017, Locust Projects, Miami, FL
2017 Faculty Exhibition, Wingate University, Wingate, NC
2017 Goodbye Goodyear, Goodyear Arts, Charlotte, NC
2017 Radius250, Artspace Gallery, Richmond, VA
2017 All Art +, Van Der Plas Gallery, New York City, NY
2017 ArtFields, Lake City, SC
2017 Keeping Watch on Habit, UNCC Projective Eye Gallery, University of North Carolina at Charlotte, Charlotte, NC
2017 Looking at Appalachia, Levine Museum of the New South, Charlotte, NC
2017 Contemporary South 2017, Visual Art Exchange, Raleigh, NC

2016 Seams of Ununtrium, Goodyear Arts, Charlotte, NC
2016 Goodyear Arts Preview Party, Goodyear Arts, Charlotte, NC
2016 No Vacancy, C3 Lab, Charlotte, NC
2016 80x80: An Art Show, The Mint Museum Uptown, Charlotte, NC
2016 Looking at Appalachia, Carnegie Hall, Lewisburg, WV
2016 Looking at Appalachia, Covington Gallery, Radford University, Radford, VA
2016 ArtFields, Lake City, SC
2016 Looking at Appalachia, Robert Morris University, Wheatley Center Media Arts Gallery, Moon Township, PA
2016 Union Arts Festival, Charlotte Museum of History, Charlotte, NC
2016 Contemporary South 2016, Visual Art Exchange, Raleigh, NC. Juried by Kristin Fleischmann Brewer.
2016 Looking at Appalachia, Valade Gallery, Adrian College, Adrian, MI
2016 SPE Southeast Regional Juried Photographic Exhibit, Lee Gallery, Clemson University, Clemson, SC. Juried by Byron Wolfe.

2015 A Few of Our Favorite Things, Sozo Gallery, Charlotte, NC
2015 Looking at Appalachia, S. Tucker Cooke Gallery, UNC Asheville, Asheville, NC
2015 SPE Southeast Regional Juried Photographic Exhibit, Center for Visual Art-Greenville, Greenville, SC. Juried by Byron Wolfe.
2015 Looking at Appalachia, Blue Ridge Development Center, Sparta, NC
2015 Slow Exposures, Zebulon, GA. Juried by Jerry Atnip & John Bennette.
2015 Brambles, Roads, and Fields: Micah Cash, Mark Leibert, and Hannah Tarr, {Poem 88}, Atlanta, GA
2015 SCOPE: The Southern Landscape, Visual Art Exchange, Raleigh, NC
2015 Looking at Appalachia: A Fresh Approach, Spartanburg County Public Libraries Headquarters, Spartanburg, SC
2015 Annuale, The Light Factory, Charlotte, NC. Juried by Dennis Kiel.
2015 ArtFields, Lake City, SC
2015 SHOWDOWN 4, Hart Witzen Gallery, Charlotte, NC
2015 9th Photographic Image Biennial Exhibition, East Carolina University, Greenville, NC. Juried by Buzz Uzzle. 

2014 Earth, Clay, Loam - Contemporary Landscape Photography, Gallery 183, Ithaca College, Ithaca, NY. Curated by Steven Skopik (invitational)
2014 2014 COAA Faculty Biennial, University of North Carolina Charlotte, Charlotte, NC
2014 Focus: Landscape and Architecture, Black Box Gallery, Portland, OR
2014 Unclaimed Space, Sideshow Gallery, Brooklyn, NY. Curated by Barry Rosenberg.
2014 Unclaimed Space, The William Benton Museum of Art, University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT

2013 Emerging Artist Exhibition, Five Points Gallery, Torrington, CT (invitational)
2013 Perspectives: Artists from the West, Peachtree Gallery, Lubbock, TX
2013 Grand Opening Exhibition, Peachtree Gallery, Lubbock, TX

2012 Staring Point: 1st Year MFA Exhibition, Student Union Gallery, University of Connecticut; Storrs, CT
2012 Gathering Atmospheres, CCBC Gallery, Community College of Baltimore County Catonsville; Baltimore, MD (invitational)

2010 Serene or Surreal Landscapes, Irvine Nature Center; Owings Mills, MD

2009 Halpert Biennial, Turchin Center for the Visual Arts, Appalachian State University; Boone, NC
2009 Wax Actual: Representational Painting in Encaustic, Amalie Rothschild Gallery, Creative Alliance; Baltimore, MD

Goodyear Arts, Charlotte, NC
2012 Brush Creek Foundation for the Arts, Saratoga, WY

Juror/Portfolio Reviewer/Visiting Critic
2018 Juror, 2018 PhotoWILD Contest, Carolina Raptor Center
2018 Visual Art Judge, Sanskrit Literary-Arts Magazine

2016 Portfolio Reviewer, 8th Annual USC Photo Festival, Columbia, SC
2016 Portfolio Reviewer, Portfolio Throwdown, The Light Factory, Charlotte, NC
2016 Portfolio Reviewer, 7th Annual USC Photo Festival, Columbia, SC

2015 Portfolio reviewer, SPE Southeast Regional Conference, Greenville, SC
2015 Visiting Critic, Spring 2015 Photography Program, University of North Carolina Charlotte


Public Collections
Amity Art Foundation, Woodbridge, CT
David M. Rubenstein Rare Book & Manuscript Library, Duke University, Durham,
Emory Clinic, Atlanta, GA
University of Maryland University College, Largo, MD

Corporate Commissions
Crescent Communities

Public Commissions
University of North Carolina at Charlotte

Queen City Zine Fest, co-organizer
Arts, Culture, and Heritage Committee, Harrisburg, NC
repCLT, Art Advisory Board
Mecklenburg County Pearl Street Park Artist Selection Panel, 2018

Teaching Experience
2016 - 2019 Wingate University; Wingate, NC
Adjunct Professor of Art
ART 108: 2D Design
ART 105: Drawing 1
ART 225: Photography: Process and Practice
ART 326: Digital Photography

2014 - 16 University of North Carolina Charlotte; Charlotte, NC
Adjunct Professor of Art
ARTB 1203: Drawing I
ARTB 1206: Conceptual Practices
ARTA 4600: BA Senior Seminar: Professional Practices
LBST 1105: Arts & Society: Visualizing the Landscape Experience
LBST 1105: Multidiscplinary Arts in Society

2013 - 14 University of Connecticut; Storrs, CT
Instructor of Record
ART 2310: Beginning Painting
ART 3310: Intermediate Painting I
ART 3320: Intermediate Painting II

Professional Activity
2019 - present Charlotte Symphony Orchestra; Charlotte, NC
Development Coordinator

2018 - 2019 The Light Factory; Charlotte, NC
Director of Exhibitions

2017 - 2018 The Light Factory; Charlotte, NC
Director of Community Engagement

2018 - 2019 C3 Lab; Charlotte, NC
Artistic Director

2005 - 2012 Baltimore Museum of Art; Baltimore, MD
Conservation Technician for Paper

2003 - 2005 Columbia Museum of Art; Columbia, SC
Assistant Preparator

 Dangerous Waters: A Photo Essay on the Tennessee Valley Authority, University of Tennessee Press.

Authored Publications
The Bitter Southerner. “Waffle House Vistas.” Micah Cash. March 12, 2019. Web.
"Illustration or Documentation?", In: Why Does No One In My Books Look Like Me?: Tobe and Ongoing Questions about Race, Representation, and Identity. Ashli Quesinberry Stokes, ed. Center for the Study of the New South, UNC Charlotte, 47-51.
2017 Dangerous Waters: A Photo Essay on the Tennessee Valley Authority. Cash, Micah. University of Tennessee Press, 2017.

Selected Publications
2019 The Bitter Southerner. “Waffle House Vistas.” Micah Cash. March 12, 2019. Web.

2017 POLITICO Magazine. "Dangerous Waters: The Tennessee Valley Authority." October 5, 2017. Genevieve Glatsky. Web.

2016 Light Leaked. "America." Ashley Kauschinger (ed.), Juried by Roger May. Web.
2016 Fraction Magazine. "Issue 86 - The Eighth Anniversary Issue." David Bram and Bree Lamb. May 2016. Web.
2016 The Bitter Southerner. "Dangerous Waters." Chuck Reece. February 2, 2016. Web.
2016 Ninth Letter. "Dangerous Waters." Ally Johnson. Fall/Winter 2015-2016, Vol. 12, No. 2. Print.
2016 The Atlantic. "Another Appalachia." Emily Anne Epstein. January 10, 2016. Web.

2015 Aint-Bad Magazine. "Micah Cash." Carson Sanders. December 16, 2015. Web.
2015 Southern Glossary. Issue #1. Ryan Sparks (ed.) Print.
2015 Places Journal. "Behind Dangerous Waters." Tim Culvahouse. April, 2015. Web. 
2015 9th Photographic Image Biennial Exhibition catalogue.

2014  Light Leaked. November 3, 2014. Ashley Kauschinger (ed.) Web.
2014  Another l Place. July 1, 2014. Iain Sarjeant (ed.) Web.
2014  LensCulture. June 4, 2014. Jim Casper (ed.) Web.
2014  F-Stop Magazine. No. 65, July 2014. Christy Karpinski (ed.) Web.
2014 10 Journal. Vol. 1, no. 1, 2014. Nate Abramowski (ed.) Print.
2014 The Bitter Southerner. "Crowdsourcing Appalachia." March 11, 2014. Web.
2014 Looking at Appalachia: 50 Years Since the War on Poverty. February 27, 2014. Roger May (ed.) Web.

Artist Talks and Lectures
2018 Panelist, "Down Home: Considering the Southern Landscape," SECAC 2018, Birmingham, AL. Paper title: "Beach Vistas: Landscapes of Tourism and Profit"
2018 Artist Talk, Crate Project, Hendersonville, NC
2018 Presenter, Opportunity Research Showcase, University of North Carolina Charlotte, Charlotte, NC. Presentation title: "Photographing Our Community: Building Social Capital and Strengthening Communities through Art." 
2018 Panelist, "Collections and Technology," Photo History/Photo Future conference, Rochester Institute of Technology, Rochester, NY. Paper title: "New Deal Landscapes: Photographing the Tennessee Valley Authority"
2018 Artist Talk, Art Institute of Charlotte, Charlotte, NC
2018 Author Talk, Malaprop's Bookstore & Cafe, Asheville, NC
2018 Artist Lecture, BFA Professional Practices, Auburn University, Auburn, AL

2017 Micah Cash in conversation with Chuck Reece, Highland Inn Ballroom, Atlanta, GA
2017 Panelist, Panel on Contemporary Photography, LaCa Projects, Charlotte, NC
2017 Author Talk, Main Street Books, Davidson, NC
2017 Conversation and Cocktails: The Bitter Southerner's Chuck Reece in conversation with Micah Cash, {Poem88}, Atlanta, GA
2017 Panelist, "Nature Matters Panel," University of North Carolina at Charlotte, Charlotte, NC
2017 Artist Lecture, University of Connecticut MFA Program, Storrs, CT

2016 Artist Talk, Art Institute of Charlotte, Charlotte, NC
2016 Panelist, "Unearth: A Conversation between Natural and Cultural Landscapes," SECAC 2016, Roanoke, VA. Paper title: "Landscape as Commodity: Interpreting the Cultural Influence of Great Smoky Mountain National Park"
2016 Panel Chair, "Feeding the World: Visualizing Agriculture's Mark on the Land," SECAC 2016, Roanoke, VA
2016 Artist Talk, McDaniel College, Westminster, MD
2016 Artist Interview, Consciousness Conversations, C3 Lab, Charlotte, NC
2016 Artist Lecture, University of Connecticut MFA Program, Storrs, CT
2016 Artist Talk, Sozo Gallery, Charlotte, NC

2015 Artist Lecture, 2015 Society for Photographic Education Southeast Regional Conference, Greenville, SC. Paper title: "Dangerous Waters: Landscapes of Hydroelectricity and Public Recreation"
2015 Panel Chair, "Altered Landscape: Interpreting the Built Environment," SECAC 2015, Pittsburgh, PA
2015 Panelist, "PAINTING NOW!" 2015 Southeastern College Art Conference, Pittsburgh, PA. Paper title: "Process and Experience: Making Paintings in an Interdisciplinary World"
2015 Artist Talk, Charlotte Photography Group, Charlotte, NC
2015 Artist Lecture, 38th Appalachian Studies Conference, Johnson City, TN. Paper title: "Dangerous Waters: Interpreting the Contemporary Landscape of the Tennessee Valley Authority"

2014 Panelist, "Debunking Dogma: The Collaboration of Painting and Photography, SECAC 2014, Sarasota, FL. Paper title: "Navigating the Painting and Photography Dialectic"
2014 Panelist, "Seeing is Believing,"  2014 Mid-America College Art Alliance Association, San Antonio, TX. "Changed by Culture and Time: Landscape Photography as Document"
2014 Symposium Participant "Valley of the Dams: The Impact and Legacy of the Tennessee Valley Authority," National Archives at Atlanta, Atlanta, GA
2014 Panelist, "Hidden in Plain Sight: Cultural Awareness through Still and Moving Images," 2014 Auburn University Montgomery Liberal Arts Conference - Auburn University Montgomery, Montgomery, AL. Paper title: "No Trespassing: TVA Visitor Centers"

2013 Panelist, "Memorializing Experience: Objects, Time, and Space," 4th annual LANGSA conference - University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT. Paper title: "Only Accessible by Boat: Decoration Day in the Fontana Basin"

2019 Regional Artist Project Grant, Arts and Science Council, Charlotte, NC
2017 ArtPop Program, Charlotte, NC
2015 Appalachian Studies Association Scholarship
2015 Arts & Science Council Community Supported Arts (CSA) Program, Charlotte, NC
2015 SPE Southeast Adjunct Scholarship
2015 On our Radar, Creative Capital
2014 Finalist, Dotphotozine Award for Excellence in Photography
2014 Foundation for Contemporary Arts Emergency Grant
2013 Henry and Judith Zachs Endowment Award
2013 University of Connecticut Graduate School Travel Grant
2012-2014 Graduate Fellowship, University of Connecticut
2012 Greater Baltimore Cultural Alliance Micro-Grant

Selected Press
2019 Independent Tribube. “Cabarrus Arts Council announces Regional Artist Project Grant recipients,” February 4, 2019. Elisabeth Thornton. Web.

2018 100 Days in Appalachia. "14 Books that Meant the Most to Me in 2017." January 1, 2018. Roger May. Web.

2017 Charlotte Observer. "Consider the wild, fragile world outside your door." April 13, 2017. Barbara Schreiber. Print + Web.
2017 Charlotte Magazine. "Critic's Corner: Visual Art Shows at New Gallery and Sozo Gallery." April 3, 2017. Andy Smith. Web.

2016 Scoop Charlotte. "ARTPOP Picks LKN Artists for 2017 Showcase." December 15, 2016. Allison Troyano. Web.
2016 Charlotte Observer. "Check out the art you'll be seeing (big) around town." December 7, 2016 (web). December 11, 2016 (Print, page 6C). Helen Schwab.
2016 Charlotte Five. "Find out whose art will be displayed on billboards in the 4th year of ArtPop." Katie Toussaint. Web.
2016 Charlotte Magazine. "2017 ArtPop Billboard Winner Announced. December 6, 2016." Andy Smith. Web.
2016 Carroll County Times. "Art exhibit depicts hydroelectric dams as cultural space." September 28, 2016. Jacob deNoble. Web.
2016 Frederick News-Post. "Q&A: 'Hydropower' visual artist examines the social and cultural constructs of landscape." September 22, 2016. Samantha Hogan. Web.
2016 Charlotte Magazine. "No Vacancy: Mock-Motel Hosts Several Shades of Charlotte Artists." July 1, 2016. Andy Smith. Web.
2016 HappeningsCLT. "Carolina Art Crush: Micah Cash." June 2, 2016. Web.
2016 Charlotte Five. "Why is there a resort motel under construction in C3 lab?" June 3, 2016. Katie Toussaint. Web.
2016 Arts Now NC. "Art rolls up its sleeves: 'Contemporary South 2016' at VAE." January 8, 2016. Chris Vitiello. Web

2015 The Modern Gallerist. "Micah Cash." July 20, 2015. Web.
2015 The Atlantan. "Treasure Hunting." June 24, 2015. Katie Kelly Bell. Web.
2015 Indy Week. "Visual Art Exchange gathers dozens of regional views in SCOPE: The Southern Landscape." June 17, 2015. Julie Thompson. Web.
2015 The Craft Project. "Micah Cash, Painter and Photographer." May 7, 2015. Paul Lyzun. Web.
2015 Charlotte Viewpoint. "Light Factory 7th Annuale: Focus on Quiet Moments." April 28, 2015. Joshua Peters. Web.
2015 Southern Glossary. "Instagram Recap: Micah Cash." January 27, 2015. Ryan Sparks (ed.) Web.

2014 Charlotte Magazine. "Room to Grow: Union Shop Studio." December 2014. Virginia Brown. Print + Web. 
2014  Dotphotozine. "Finalists for the Dotphotozine Award." October 14, 2014. Thomas McGovern (ed.) Web.
2014 Two Coats of Paint. "Unclaimed Space, Sonnetto @ Sideshow in Williamsburg this Sunday." May 14, 2014. Sharon Butler. Web. 

2012 Studio Visit. Vol. 19., 2012. Stephen Zephitas (ed.) Print.

2011 Everyday Genius. "Micah Cash." Joseph Young (ed.) January 2011. Web.

2010 Carolinian. "Art in Action." Winter 2010: 16. Kathy Henry Dowell. Print.