Kiara Walls is a teaching visual artist, originally from LA but now stationed in Dallas, Texas. Her work is centered around increasing awareness of the need and demand for reparations to repair the injuries inflicted on the African American community. This interpretation is seen through many forms including drawings, sculptures and video installations.
Portland State University, Art+Social Practice MFA Candidate
Cal State Northridge, B.A. in Graphic Design
Sunset Art Studios Residency (Oak Cliff, Texas)
L.A Summer Residency (OTIS College of Art and Design)
“Black Box II”, Sunset Art Studios (Dallas, Texas), 2018.
“Reparations”, Vision Theatre (Lemiert Park) 2016.
Select Group Exhibitions
“Black Light” OTIS MFA Graduate Studios (Culver City, CA) 2018.
“OURS” The Situation Room (Los Angeles, CA) 2017.
“Enter The Void” (Los Angeles, CA)2016.
“ROAR Afrika” (Downtown Los Angeles, CA)2016.
“HI-Rez Senior Exhibition” Cal State Northridge (Northridge, CA)2016.
“Annual Juried Student Exhibition” Cal State Northridge (Northridge, CA) (CSUN)2016.
“AHR Magazine Release” (Los Angeles, CA)2015.