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Lauri Stallings


Lauri Stallings


Atlanta-based conceptual artist and choreographer 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 social art platform, glo, 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, National Center for Civil and Human Rights; High Museum of Art, Atlanta; City Center, New York City; Trinity Laban, London; Atlanta Contemporary; Augsburg Opera Haus, Germany; Zuckerman Museum of Art; among others. Stallings thrives in bi-medium collaborations that powerfully defy ideological conventions, including Maestro Robert Spano, The Paper-Cut-Project and Big Boi and The Dungeon Family. 

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

Stallings is a 2017 Hudgens Prize finalist, and makes all of her work at The Goat Farm Arts Center.