Baltimore-based, multi-media artist Liz Miller discusses the importance of public ritual, changing the energy in institutions, and working as a teaching artist. In conversation with Joy Davis, Manager of Adult and Community Program, Liz shares her work on decolonizing institutions and her performance and production called Ubuntu.
About the Artist:
Liz Miller is a second-generation international fine artist. Dance/Performance art is a primary part of her social art practice. She performs locally and internationally, and her fine art has also been shown nationwide and internationally in Japan, Indonesia, and England. She has a BA in Art and Design from Towson University and an MFA from Maryland Institute College of Art. Liz has been a teaching artist for the last sixteen years for many non-profit arts organizations in Baltimore and currently works as an art teacher in the public schools.