2017 Fellow

Carla Brown

Carla_Brown_Sq.jpgCarla is an interdisciplinary artist who uses photography, printmaking and film to visually examine themes about gender, race and family. She currently works in the Department of Exhibitions at the Maryland Institute College of Art. Her recent work focuses on both her maternal and paternal grandparents – both as individuals and in terms of their direct influence on her life.

Fellowship Project: Everyone But Two: The Life, Love & Travel of Benjamin and Frances Graham, a project where the filmmaker retraces the steps of her grandparents who spent 35 years traveling by trailer to every state in a racially divided United States.