Radically Vulnerable Art

Videos

Brianna Harlan, multidisciplinary artist & activist from Louisville, talks about creating a future we want to see at the first speaker session, "Art and Advocacy: Creating a Space for the Future," at IdeaFestival Bowling Green 2019. Courtesy of Vid Monster Productions.
Meet 2018 Firestarter Award Winner, Brianna Harlan! Harlan's main artform is multidisciplinary, socially engaged art which that around the topics radical vulnerability, identity, social constructs and cultures, oppression/self suppression.
Full Title: "Confronting Gender: Seeing, Hearing & Valuing the Feminine" Brianna Harlan is a mixed media artist who creates Radically Vulnerable art to invite transformational dialogue. Themes of her work include identity, social/cultural dynamics, intimacy, oppression, and self suppression. She was selected for the inaugural class of the Creative Capital and Community Foundation of Louisville's fellowship program, Hadley Creatives.
February 2019 - Public art grants will be available for new work around addressing discrimination like Brianna Harlan's pieces in Metro Hall. Learn more at www.louisvilleky.gov!
Brianna Harlan, a mixed media artist who explores identity-based experience through radically vulnerable art to invite transformative dialogue. You're invited to participate in an art installation, created by Brianna Harlan, that shares the wisdom of the Festival of Faiths community. Contribute to the installation by thoughtfully answering two questions.
A Festival of Faith's SHORT on artist, Brianna Harlan's art practice.