Jamila Brown is a Charlotte-based interdisciplinary artist who specializes in mixed-media collage, film photography, cyanotype, and fiber works. In 2018, She graduated from UNC-Charlotte with a BFA concentrated in Photography and a double minor in Journalism and Art History. She is currently working as the Curatorial Assistant at The Mint Museum and as a practicing and teaching artist. She has worked, taught workshops and classes at institutions and galleries including The Mint Museum, The Bechtler Museum of Modern Art, The Light Factory Photo Arts Center, McColl Center for Art + Innovation, and Lórien Academy of the Arts. Her work has been displayed at The Mint Museum, The Harvey B. Gantt Center for African-American Arts + Culture, Goodyear Arts, BOOM Festival, The Light Factory, BlkMrktClt and various local galleries. She is currently progressing in her curatorial career and deepening her creative practice.