Lauri Stallings is a Working Artist Project Fellow currently preparing for an exhibition in 2017.


about lauri stallings

Atlanta-based artist Lauri Stallings has fostered an
expanded practice that includes public choreographies, place building, green economy and collaborations with many communities. Founder of the non-profit glo platform, Stallings is a 2016-17 MOCA GA Working Artist Fellow.

Stallings has exhibited and performed her work at Central Park in New York City; Art Basel Miami, South Beach; National Center for Civil and Human Rights; High Museum of Art, Atlanta; Howard Finster’s Paradise Garden, Summerville; Trinity Laban, London; Atlanta Contemporary; Augsburg Opera Haus, Germany; Zuckerman Museum of Art; among others.

Stallings has received awards and grants from
Robert Rauschenberg Foundation, Creative Time,
American Academy of Arts, Possible Futures
Foundation, Bogliasco Foundation, Flux Projects (inaugural artist),
Chicago Music & Dance Alliance, Emory Center for Creativity
and Arts (inaugural artist), Atlanta Beltline Urban Development, and Artadia.

Stallings is a 2018 Hudgens Prize finalist, and makes all of her work at The Goat Farm Arts Center.