Elizabeth Miller is a second-generation fine artist who performs dance/performance art locally and internationally, creates hair sculptures, film, and fine art that has been shown nationwide and internationally; she holds a BA and an MFA, has been a teaching artist for 18 years.
Elizabeth Miller is a second-generation fine artist. Dance/performance art is part of her repertoire; she performs locally and internationally (Canada; Monrovia, Liberia; and Vizianagaram, India). Her fine art has been shown nationwide but also 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. She has been a teaching artist for the last eighteen years and currently is an art teacher for Baltimore County Public Schools. She creates hair sculptures, performance art, and film. Her films capture black bodies cleansing and blessing previously traumatic space for black and brown bodies. She has been a guest speaker at Johns Hopkins University and Maryland Institute College of Art.