Leading up to the next Finder Quigley show, we are sitting down with each participating artist to share her work and her story. Emily Drew Miller is up next in this multi-part series. Want to come to the show and buy her work? Get a ticket to the exhibition now!
Emily Drew Miller is originally from New Jersey and is few months shy of graduating from the Art Department at Carnegie Mellon University. In this interview she talks about her studies in Jerusalem and creating "Ani Ohevet Et Rubi"— a piece included in the latest Finder Quigley exhibition happening on March 26th in the August Wilson Center.
After recording this conversation Emily shared with me that she had used my interview with Bobby Jesus a while back in her research about his work and collaboration with Frances Stark. All the long form interviews I've collected are available on this site and if you search for "The AP Collection" on iTunes.
Learn more about FQ and enjoy streaming the conversation with Emily below.
Shout out to Amos Levy for letting us use some of his music in this audio recording! He's the best.