Education

2017

MFA Studio Art

American University

Washington, DC

2015

BA English and Art History

Wofford College

Spartanburg, SC

Solo and

Two-Person

Exhibitions

Selected Group Exhibitions

In Print

2021

Magical Thinking, online exhibition with Ivy League Gallery project

 

Heatwave, online exhibition with Dodomu Gallery, Brooklyn, NY

Garden Party, online exhibition with Latela Curatorial, Washington, DC

Alchemical Vessels: Silver Linings, online exhibition and benefit with Joan Hisaoka Healing Arts Gallery, Washington, DC

2020

 Art Month, online exhibition with Hickok Cole and Washington Project for the Arts, Washington, DC

Hedges and Houses and Mothers and Children, online exhibition with I Like Your Work curated by Pennlyane Shen of Dazed and Confucius

The Sound of One Fork, online exhibition curated by SWERVE Arts Collective

Unleashing Magic, online exhibition curated by PxP Contemporary and Create Magazine 

Here, There & Elsewhere: Exploring the Idea ofPlace, online exhibition with Visionary Art Collective curated by Svitlana Martynjuk

On The Table, online exhibition curated by Marram Arts Collective

2019

Small and Smaller, curated by Heather Bhandari, Site:Brooklyn, Brooklyn, NY

The Human Condition, curated by Madison Bolls, Latela Curatorial, Washington, DC

And Now For Something New Vol. 2, LeMieux Gallery, New Orleans, LA

Quietly Powerful, curated by Jenny Wu, Sense Gallery, Washington, DC

2018

Dimensions: A Collage Exhibition, Latela Curatorial, Washington, DC

Uprooted, curated by Adriel Luis, IA&A at Hillyer, Washington, DC 

Congruent, Constellation on H, Washington, DC

Summer Syllabus, Arlington Arts Center, Arlington, VA

The Art of Disruption, Long View Gallery, Washington, DC

Women x Art, curated by Neon Cat, The Lemon Collective, Washington, DC

Sanctuary, Gallery 263, Cambridge MA

2017

Alternate Views, MFA Thesis Show, Katzen Museum at American University, Washington, DC

Collage Group Show II, Latela Curatorial, Washington, DC

Art Fields, Lake City, SC

2016

197k, MFA First Year Show, Katzen Museum at American University, Washington, DC

Selected Screenprints, Rotunda Gallery at American University, Washington, DC

2021

Q+Art: Artist Mills Brown Unravels Memory and Mythology in the American South, Not Real Art World interview with Morgan Laurens, April 21, 2021

Deeper Narrative & Emanant Feeling: Interview with Mills Brown, Power Clash Art, March 31, 2021

'Welcome' analyzes the concept of home at Redux, Charleston City Paper, February 10, 2021

 

2020

Art Write Newsletter Issue 12 interview with Maggie Levine. December 12, 2020

Candy Floss Magazine, The Enchanted Issue, November 2020

Creating Intimate Spaces with Collage by Mills Brown Create Magazine Issue xx Special Mention. July 31, 2020

2019

In the Galleries: Mills Brown Interiors review in The Washington Post. April 19, 2019. Latela Curatorial, Washington, DC

In the Galleries: Quietly Powerful review in The Washington Post. March 29, 2019. Sense Gallery, Washington DC.

2018

Argot Magazine: Second Edition. Cover artwork. Washington, DC

2017

Mazing Magazine Issue 3. Cover art and contributor. San Diego, CA

Mills Brown in The Studio Visit. May 28, 2017. Washington, DC

10 Artists we Discovered at Artfields, The Art Mag, Charleston, SC. April  25, 2017

In the Galleries: Collage Group Show II review in The Washington Post. April 12, 2017. Latela Gallery, Washington, DC

Grants, Awards & Residencies

2020

Inside the Artist's Studio, virtual art residency with Capitol Hill Arts Workshop, Washington, DC

2019

Maryland State Arts Council Creativity Grant recipient

2018

Glogauair Artist Residency, Berlin, Germany

Carol Bird Ravenal Art Travel Award, American University, Washington, DC

2017

Patrick Moore Segnan Award, American University, Washington, DC

Babs Van Swearingen Award, American University, Washington, DC

2021

Welcome with Celeste Caldwell, Redux Contemporary Art Center, Charleston, SC

2019

Interiors, Latela Curatorial, Washington, DC

2018

Long Way Home, Jones Carter Gallery, Lake City, SC

Farther Along, IA&A at Hillyer, Washington, DC

Magnolia, Capitol Hill Arts Workshop, Washington, DC