Dialogue with Resonance in the Red Mill Gallery
August 10th – 31st, 2018
Reception: August 29th, 6:30 – 8:30 pm
Dialogue with Resonance features a selection of recently produced digital collages and image combines, some of which were made during a visiting artist residency at the American Academy in Rome.
John M. Miller received his Master of Fine Arts degree from the Visual Studies Workshop/SUNY in Rochester, New York. He has taught documentary photography seminars at the University of Vermont and is a Professor of Photography and Digital Imaging at Northern Vermont University. He has also been a visiting artist at a number of elementary schools in the Northeast Kingdom of Vermont and the American Academy in Rome. He has served as a visiting lecturer throughout the State of Vermont with the literacy program at the Vermont Council for the Humanities.
Miller has been the recipient of commissions and grants for his personal photographic work and oral history research from the Museum of Our National Heritage in Lexington, Massachusetts, the Vermont Folklife Center, the Vermont Community Foundation, the Vermont Council on the Arts and the Vermont Historical Society. These photographs have been published and exhibited nationally. He is the author of two books. DEER CAMP: LAST LIGHT IN THE NORTHEAST KINGDOM (MIT Press) and GRANITE AND CEDAR: THE LAND AND PEOPLE OF THE NORTHEAST KINGDOM (Vermont Folklife Center/Thistle Hill Publishers) and producer of VOICES AND FACES (Orleans County Historical Society), the published version of a documentary exhibition he produced with school children in Brownington, Vermont.