Phoenix S Brown


june 2021


Selected to receive a $15,000 grant and 
to particpate in the 2021 gener8tor Art
program alongside artists Hope Wang, 
Jessica Harvey, LaNia Sproles

gener8tor Art is a free, 12-week accelerator
designed specifically for visual artists to
achieve greater visibility and success by
providing the support and mentorship
needed to navigate the art industry. Of
the top accelerator programs in the
country, Milwaukee-based gener8tor is
the only one to offer grants and
programming for artists
.”
[press release]





may 2021



First published writing,
(Post-It) Notes on Duality is available for
reading under Bunker Project’s
Bunker Review

From Bunker Review:

“For out latest addition to The Hand-Off 
series, Phoenix S Brown shares
(Post-It) Notes on Duality
, an
introspective journal entry presented in
an experimental format. In the piece,
Brown unpacks her newfound identity
as a "multidimensional" musical and
visual artist, dissecting the origins
of her musical practice and questioning
the development of her tastes.”
[continue reading here]


april 2021

Invited to participate in the inaugural
Making Today Series, in conversation
and workshop development with creative
writer Jacqueline Kolosov,
Texas Tech University - School of Art,
April 16, 23 & 30, 2021

This series seeks to create a dynamic
space rooted in the school’s commitment
to artistic praxis, which will intentionally
generate collaboration across TTU’s campus.
By learning in and though the
Making Today Series, the TTU arts
community will organically and dynamically
cultivate a space to challenge traditional
ways of knowing, to render different
histories tangible, and to meet and
exchange multiple and contested stories.


Organized by Dr. Rina Kundu Little, Ph.d
& Lesley A. Wolff, Ph.d
[view past event information]



march 2021



Member Art Break Presentation on American Memory:
Commeration, Nostalgia, Revision
at the
Milwaukee Art Musuem on February 19, 2021,
in conjunction with the
Abert Family Curatorial Fellowship (above)


Solo exhibition at Trout Museum of Art,
in conjunction with Art is Her,
opens March 1, 2021 through April 30, 2021.
[press release]


february 2021

Group exhibition, Unraveled. Restructured.
Revealed
Where Contemporary Art
and Diverse Perspectives Intersect,

opens February 19, 2021 through May 23, 2021
at the Trout Museum of Art
[press release]


december 2020

Selected as a finalist in the
2020 Mary L. Nohl fellowship cycle
in the emerging artist category,
Milwaukee, WI
[press release]



“I’ll Make You Sorry: The Importance of Protest”
panel discussion at NADA Miami 2020 with artists
Nicolette Sloan and Oscar Chavez, in
conversation with artist-activist and curator,
LaNia Sproles (above)


Group exhibition, I’ll Make You Sorry,
hosted by the Green Gallery and
Fellowship.art to benefit
The Butterfly Collective,
opens December 1st through the 31st, 2020;
benefit was featured as part of the
Green Gallery’s presentation at
NADA Miami’s 2020 online platform
(December 1-5, 2020). 
[press release] [view exhibition]



november 2020



Artists’ discussion of work in video above
(Phoenix Brown begins at 04:15-08:48)

Group exhibition, Bridge Work, is open at
Allen Priebe Gallery at the
University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh in
Oshkosh, WI until December 3, 2020.
[virtual tour



september 2020

Fox Cities Magazine, September 2020, front cover artist
[view online]



august 2020

Awarded Artist Residency at
the Contemporary Arts Center in
Cincinnati, OH, slated for summer 2021
[instagram press release] 


july 2020


Artdose Talks with Phoenix Brown,
Organized by Artdose Magazine
(above)

Selected to appear in Artdose Magazine,
Issue No. 29


june 2020

Selected as a finalist for the
2020 Fellowship.art grant cohort,
Milwaukee, WI


may 2020

Selected to appear in
New American Paintings, No. 149,
Midwest Issue


january 2020

40th Annual SECURA Fine Arts Exhibition,
Trout Museum of Art, Appleton, WI -
extended until August 2, 2020

Awarded Abert Family Curatorial Fellowship
by the Milwaukee Art Museum