Breanna "Bree" Stallings is North Carolina-native multi-media artist, illustrator, writer and activist.
Bree graduated from Queens University of Charlotte in 2013 with a Bachelor Degree in Studio Art and Creative Writing. She resides near uptown Charlotte where she creates work as a large-scale installation and public mural artist.
Using art as her vehicle, she raises awareness for many causes that affect her life and those closest to her such as economic mobility, displacement, and environmental consciousness.
Through the programs, curated art shows and fundraisers she has helped put on, Bree, alongside her creative team and partnerships with Blumenthal Performing Arts Center, Project Art Aid, Behailu Academy, the Mecklenburg County Health Department, and many more have helped raised over $2,000,000 for furthering development in Charlotte's art and humanities scene.
In recent news, her partnership with the Mecklenburg County Health Department and students at Behailu Academy have provided the opportunity for 2 large-scale public art murals in designated "food deserts" to highlight the pressing issue of food insecurity in our communities. She is also an HATCH Intensive Training Cohort Fellow as sponsored by C4 Atlanta, Artist As Change Agent Fellow of 2019 as sponsored by EmcArts, Artists Campaign School of 2017 (Detroit, MI) Fellow as sponsored by Fractured Atlas, the 2018 GOLD Alumni Award Winner from Queens University of Charlotte and the 2017 Outstanding Leader In The Arts Award Winner from The Arts Empowerment Project.
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