Don Miller is a Philadelphia woodworker and educator. He holds a BA in German from the University of Kansas and an MFA in 3D Design from the University of Wisconsin- Madison. He attended the London College of Furniture Early Stringed Instrument program. Miller retired as an Associate Professor in Craft + Material Studies at the University of the Arts in 2020 and was previously a Lecturer in Furniture Design at Rhode Island School of Design. He has also taught classes at Anderson Ranch Arts Center in Snowmass, CO and Steneby Skolan, Dals Langed Sweden and served as visiting artist at San Diego State University and Herron School of Art and Design. He has been a resident artist at Steneby and Dong A University in Busan, South Korea. Miller’s work has been shown in national and international venues. He maintains a studio/workshop in Germantown, PA.
- June 910:3011:30
- June 1010:3011:30
Presentation: The Legacy of Alphonse Mattia: How He Inspired and Influenced Students Throughout Nearly 50 Years of Teaching
Don Miller, George Dubinsky, Annie Evelyn, James McNabb, Michael Hurwitz, Matthias Pliessnig
- June 104:155:15
Saturday Mentor Sessions
Adam Manley, Jennifer-Navva Milliken, Don Miller