Jamila Brown is a curator and interdisciplinary artist. Currently based in Charlotte, North Carolina, she is the curatorial assistant at The Mint Museum. Brown received her BFA in Studio Art with a focus in Photography and dual minor in Journalism and Art History from The University of North Carolina at Charlotte in 2018. She has taught workshops and classes at institutions and galleries including The Bechtler Museum of Modern Art, The Light Factory Photo Arts Center, McColl Center for Art + Innovation, and Lórien Academy of the Arts. She has served on jury panels for the Arts and Science Council of Charlotte, the McColl Center, and South Arts. Curatorially, her work is based in contemporary art with a focus on emergent artists working in all media, and the coordination of innovative installations and programs that coexist with exhibitions. Creatively, her practice consists of mixed media, performance and alt-process photographic works that conceptually center Black and Brown people, ancestral reverence, and spirituality. 

photo credit: Adam Davis
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