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Featured print magazine article titled, “Skin Deep” Written & Photographed by Amy Davidson
August 2019 Issue of Ocala Style Magazine


Art Lab Presents Stephanie Brown Photographer and Installation Artist

(July 7th, 2019) “In today's installment of The Scope , we have a sit down conversation with Photographer and Installation Artist Stephanie Brown. She explains her journey into becoming an artist, her influences, and what her Do Not Bleach installation means for her and what conversations she hopes happens around it.” Watch here.


Meet Stephanie Brown - Voyage ATL

(April 24, 2019) Inspiring local artist series interview with Stephanie Brown, based in East Atlanta. Read more.

artist Stephanie Brown takes on colorism

(July 26, 2018) For multidisciplinary artist and program developer Stephanie Brown, creativity seems to have been ingrained in her DNA. She grew up a first-generation American in Delray Beach, Florida, as her parents are Jamaican immigrants, and is the youngest of five siblings. “I didn’t realize until my senior year in high school that I am surrounded by creative siblings and parents,” she tells Dr. Rhodes in our exclusive interview.  Read more.

Arts Engine MICRO GRANT RECIPIENT: Stephanie brown

This exhibit challenges the psychological decisions we make as we construct our identities pulling from dominant media, the judgement of our communities, and self-affirming family values, or lack thereof. The installation critiques skin color discrimination and its relationship to self-esteem; exploiting the language and assumptions of advertising in public and private spaces. Watch here.

mfa 2018: Stephanie brown

Learn more about the Stamps MFA program through the thesis work of 2018 candidate Stephanie Brown. In addition to a written thesis, Stamps MFA candidates exhibit work at the downtown Ann Arbor Stamps Gallery. Watch here.

African Diasporian Art Exhibit Offers Encouragement, Inspiration to Young Artists

(February 28, 2014) Curated by SCAD graduate Stephanie Brown in conjunction with Black History Month, the Collective Exhibition of African Diasporian Art (CEADA) at Indigo Sky Community Gallery presented a range of work from 21 different artists of African descent from four southeast colleges and universities. . Read more.

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