Available Works


Tala Worrell (b. 1991, USA) practice explores identity: what it means to be both an insider and an outsider. Worrell earned her BA in Visual Arts from Brown University in 2014. She was a fellow at Ashkal Alwan’s Homework Space Program in Beirut, Lebanon (2015); Worrell was a fellow of the Salama bint Hamdan Foundation Emerging Artists Fellowship (SEAF) in Abu Dhabi, UAE (2016). Worrell is currently pursuing her MFA at the Rhode Island School of Design, R.I.. Tala lives and works in Rhode Island, USA.


MFA, Rhode Island School of Design, 2020-2022

BA, Brown University, 2010-2014


2020, On Fragmented Memories, Flamingoes and Freedom of Expression, Art Scoops

2017, Tala Worrell: Abu Dhabi in Black And White, Tribe

2015, Art and Lebanon: Beauty Amid the Rubble, Financial Times

2015, Exposure 6: Under Construction, Beirut Art Centre


2019, Harmonic Tremor, Womens Work.Art, Poughkeepsie, NY, USA (Group)
2019, All Alone, The West, Brooklyn, NY, USA (Group)
2018, In The Spirit, 68 Jay Street, Dumbo, Brooklyn, NY, USA (Group)
2018, Letters: Fragments of a Memory, Athr at Abu Dhabi Art, Abu Dhabi, UAE (Group)
2015, Eye Spy with My Little Eye, The Mosaic Rooms, London, UK (Group)
2014, Exposure 6, Beirut Art Center, Beirut, Lebanon (Group)