Jasmine Williams works at the Smithsonian Institution. She teaches art to children at the Art League, in Alexandria, VA. She has also volunteered at the Smithsonian Institution photographing specimens and editing photographs.
Jasmine had her first solo Art Show in Baltimore, MD in November 2012. Shortly afterward, Jasmine and her family launched a family business.
In October 2013, Jasmine had another solo exhibit at the Surratts-Clinton Library. She also exhibited at the Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Library in Washington, DC in February 2014 where she and her family’s artists presented a Black History Program. Jasmine and her family’s art will be on exhibit in the Richmond Library Gallery in Richmond, VA in 2014.