Millicent is an Evanston-based artist from Mississippi that works primarily in screen print, woodcut, fiber arts, and drawing for her installation-based work. Much of her imagery is pulled from family lore and personal history growing up in the south.
- Northeastern Illinois University – B.A.
- Northern Illinois University – M.F.A. in Museum Studies
Printmaking, embroidery, upholstery, drawing
- “Topographical Anatomy of the Domestic,” 214 Gallery, DeKalb, IL – 2018.
- “Nitty-Gritty,” ARC Gallery, Chicago, IL – 2018.
- “Bad Editions,” Waubonsee Community College Arrowhead Room Gallery, Sugar Grove, IL – 2018.
- “The Trace of an Echo,” Collaboration with Rachelle Hill, Fine Art Center Gallery Northeastern Illinois University, Chicago, IL – 2016
Other interests and inspirations:
Curation and museums, history, reading
Millicent’s teaching style:
She values accomplishing students’ visions and expanding their ideas of what print, books, and fiber can be.
Millicent loves EAC because . . .
It attracts diverse students from a variety of backgrounds.