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Art & Art History
University of Mississippi

Frank Estrada

Visual Resources Specialist & Gallery Curator

BFA, Printmaking
BA, Sociology


Frank Estrada is a Memphis, TN native who moved to Oxford, MS in 2007. He holds a BFA with an emphasis in Printmaking and a BA in Sociology from the University of Mississippi. He is a local artist, illustrator, and printmaker. Estrada has been a Roy Frank Finger Memorial Scholarship recipient, the 2015 Double Decker Arts Festival featured artist, a 2015 Art-er Limits Oxford Fringe Festival demonstration artist, a 2016 Mississippi Arts Commission Visual Arts Fellowship Grant recipient, and an Invitation Oxford Magazine illustration contributor.

Before joining the department, Frank worked for the RJ Young Company as the Document Imaging and Design Specialist at Ole Miss Athletics for five years. There, he digitized sports memorabilia, everything from photo negatives and newspapers to programs and media guides. In 2018, he joined the Department of Art & Art History staff as the Visual Resource Specialist and Gallery Curator. He is also responsible for all of the department’s social media outlets and maintaining the website.

Frank aims to promote the department in a modern era and represent the many talents of its students through social media.