Brejenn Allen is a 21-year-old African American painting, fibers, and design artist. Her work’s theme centers on the interactions between race, politics, and social media/internet culture. Brejenn’s award-winning work has been featured in publications like Syzygy Magazine, Distant Memories Zine, and the Meridian Star. Her notable exhibitions include the Siragusa Gallery Chicago, San Jose Museum of Quilts and Textiles, and the DeKalb Regional Railroad Museum. She currently operates Happy P’ Jappies Designer Hospital Gowns, a charity that manufactures and donates uplifting gowns to hospital patients across the world. Brejenn has an Associates of Arts Degree and a BFA from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago.​​​​​​​

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