andrea miller - artist, educator

Andrea G. Miller is an educator and visual artist whose practice is greatly influenced by the traditions of metalsmithing and sculpture, community outreach, and public education.

Miller, born and raised in the Midwest, completed her MFA from the University of Wisconsin – Madison and earned a BS in art education as well as a BFA in metals from Ball State University. She maintains an active studio practice and exhibition record outside of the classroom.

In 2017, she was awarded the Lilly Endowment’s Teacher Creativity Fellowship, which allowed her to restore and travel with her vintage camper, LeRoy. She and the camper traveled over 5,000 miles from Indiana, throughout the southwest and back. Travel and adventure have become an important part of her life and she strives to empower her students to approach making and their life with the same sensibilities.

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underpin & overcoat

Public art project currently showing in Rochester, NY. Part of a collaborative art project with Amelia Toelke called Worn. More information can be found at the Worn Exhibition website.

lilly endowment teacher creativity fellowship

2017 Lilly Endowment Teacher Creativity Grant project: buy and rebuild a vintage camper, then travel through the Southwest for 5 weeks. Adventure complete. (more info to come)

exchanges & returns

Body of work developed from 2010 - 2013. Made primarily for Master of Fine Arts work at University of Wisconsin - Madison. (Portfolio to be posted soon.)