Jackie Milad is a Baltimore City-based artist whose mixed-media abstract paintings and collages address the history and complexities of dispersed cultural heritage and multi-ethnic identity. She has participated in numerous group and solo exhibitions nationally and internationally.
Select exhibitions include Harvey B. Gantt Center (Charlotte, NC), Loyola University Maryland (Baltimore, MD), The Walters Art Museum (Baltimore, MD), The Baltimore Museum of Art (Baltimore, MD), Academy Art Museum (Easton, MD), Weatherspoon Art Museum (Charlotte, NC), The Mint Museum (Charlotte, NC), Arthur Ross Gallery University of Pennsylvania (Philadelphia, PA), Luis De Jesus Gallery (Los Angeles, A), Museo de Arte de Mazatlan (Mazatlan, MX). Milad is a multi-year recipient of the Individual Artist Grant from Maryland State Arts Council.
In 2019 she was named a Janet & Walter Sondheim Prize Finalist and a Robert W. Deutsch Foundation Ruby Grantee. In 2022 Milad received the Municipal Art Society of Baltimore City Travel Prize to conduct in-depth research on the Egyptian antiquities held at the British Museum and Petrie Museums in London. Milad was commissioned by the Baltimore Museum of Art in 2022 to create an installation of new work in response to Fred Wilson’s Artemis/Bast (1992).
Milad received her BFA from the School of the Museum of Fine Arts at Tufts University, MA, and her MFA from Towson University, MD.