Art History and Humanities
Nellie Brannan completed her Master's of Fine Arts in Visual Culture at Vermont College of Norwich University. Previously she earned a B.S. in Education at the University of Georgia.
She taught in the public school system in Georgia and has been teaching at Eastern Florida State College since 2000.
Ms. Brannan has taught a variety of courses on the Melbourne campus, including Art History, Humanities, Creativity in the Arts and Three Dimensional Design.
Ms. Brannan reflects her interest in storytelling with the narrative expressed in assemblages showcasing drawing and painting as well as sculpture. She also has produced several performance pieces which have been produced in gallery as well as academic venues. Often her performances include the creation of an installation.
Professionally, Ms. Brannan’s solo shows include Re:Belle at the Brevard Museum of Art, Visual Narratives at the Harris House of Atlantic Center for the Arts and Southern Excavations at Mt Dora Art Center. Her work has been selected for numerous juried exhibitions
throughout the United States and abroad and is in the permanent collection at “Art
Colle” Museum of Collage, Brittany, France.