Atlanta-based artist Lauri Stallings has fostered an expanded practice that includes public choreographies, place building, green economy, and civic actions with many communities. Founding artist of glo, Stallings is currently Visiting Artist at the School of the Arts at Georgia Tech. Stallings has exhibited and performed her work at Central Park, New York; High Museum of Art, Atlanta; Art Basel Miami, South Beach; Museum Contemporary Art of Georgia, Atlanta; City Center, New York; Howard Finster’s Paradise Garden, Summerville; Royal Opera House, London; Jacob’s Pillow, Beckett; Laban Conservancy, London; Goat Farm Arts Center, Atlanta; Atlanta Contemporary, Zuckerman Museum of Art, Kennesaw; among others.
Stallings has received awards and grants from Robert Rauschenberg Foundation, Creative Time, American Academy of Arts, Possible Futures Foundation, Bogliasco Foundation, Vasser Woolley Foundation, Chicago Music & Dance Alliance, Emory Center for Creativity and Arts, and Atlanta Beltline Urban Development.
Stallings makes all of her work in a 117-year old factory space at The Goat Farm Arts Center.
Lauri Stallings is the recipient of the 2014 Atlanta Artadia Award.