Zachary Miller is an artist living and working in Santa Fe, NM. Zach's diverse interest in visual culture informs his participation in both local and international communities. Miller maintains a daily art practice, served as an interim instructor of printmaking at the Colorado State University and currently acts as the Andrew W. Mellon Curatorial Fellow at the Wheelwright Museum of the American Indian. His recent accomplishments include the group curation of Spatial Flux: Contemporary Drawings from the Joann Gonzalez Hickey Collection at the Gregory Allicar Museum in Fort Collins, CO, participation in the Atlanta Print Biennial in Atlanta, GA, the Wheaton Biennial in Norton, MA, Art Now: Printmaking in Ann Arbor, MI . Miller’s new media works have also been featured in international exhibitions at the CICA Museum in South Korea, the Group Global 3000 in Berlin, Germany and the Videopoetry Festival in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Zach’s work resides in the permanent collection of Oklahoma State University.