Craig Coleman is an artist who works in photography, installation, and digital media. Coleman received his BFA from Florida State University and his MFA from the University of Colorado at Boulder. Currently he is Professor of Art and Chair of the Art Department at Mercer University in Macon, Georgia. His projects connect ideas and processes from experimental film with digital art and installation. 

His photographs, mixed media works, and installations have been shown in many venues including the Museum of Contemporary Art of Georgia (Atlanta, GA), Paul Sharpe Contemporary Art (New York), Asheville Art Museum (NC), the Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art (Boulder, CO), SOIL Gallery (Seattle, WA), The Atlantic Center for the Arts (FL), Art Fields (Lake City, SC), Down Arts Centre, (Downpatrick Northern Ireland), Horsehead International Projects (Seattle, WA), The Arvada Center for the Arts (Arvada, CO), Carol Keller Gallery (Denver, CO), Corvid Gallery (Tulsa, OK), WARP HAUS (Gainesville, FL), and the John Erickson Museum of Art (JEMA). Craig is also Director of XVAC Projects (Experimental Video Art in the Corridor), a series of video-mapping projects in Macon, Georgia funded by a grant from the Knight Foundation.  

His work has been reviewed or cited in Art in America, Art Papers, The Denver Post, The Rocky Mountain News, New York Arts Magazine, the Knight Arts website, and the book “Soil: Artist-Run Gallery 1995-2005.”