Brooks Harris Stevens is an artist and Professor at Eastern Michigan University where she has been the Fibers program coordinator in the School of Art & Design since 2007. She received her BFA in Fibers from Savannah College of Art and Design and an MFA in Fibers from East Carolina University, School of Art and Design. Brooks is continually inspired through the creation of installations and three-dimensional fiber based work with interdisciplinary approaches challenging the fiber medium. Her current research focuses on the mending of cloth, land and architecture inspired by various cultural observations. She has lectured on textile practices in Europe and the U.S. while exhibiting work in solo, group, and juried exhibitions nationally and internationally. Currently, Brooks has work included in Guns: Loaded Conversations, which has exhibited at the San Jose Museum of Quilts & Textiles, San Jose, California: April 22, 2018 - July 15, 2018 and the New England Quilt Museum, Lowell, Massachusetts: January 9, 2019 - April 6, 2019 and most recently at Central Michigan University in their University Gallery January 15, 2020-February 7, 2020. Brooks' work was included as a solo exhibition in the Biennial Fiberart Fair 2019 at the Hangaram Museum in Seoul, South Korea, May 24-31, 2019. Currently, Brooks is creating new work for her upcoming solo exhibition at the Robert Hillestad Textiles Gallery at the University of Nebraska, Lincoln in January 2021.