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Laura Milkins is a multimedia, interactive performance artist, living in Tucson and teaching Art and Visual Culture at Pima Community College since 2012. She received an MFA in painting from University of Arizona in 2008. In 2009, she was a Fulbright Scholar in Mexico City. For this public performance, "Walking Stories: Mexico", Milkins walked across Mexico City in the company of strangers, posting the stories they shared each night on a BLOG. Recent work includes “The Kindness Project", spending a year contemplating kindness, and “Walking Home: stories from the desert to the Great Lakes”, in which Milkins walked 2,007 miles from Tucson to Michigan wearing a live webcam. In 2014 she and Gina Cestaro founded Spiral Journey School of Movement, a school dedicated to teaching authentic movement in Tucson. Since 1993, Laura has been organizing art shows, performances and festivals, and has received grants, awards and international recognition for her work. Her performances focus on community and social interactions, and the role that technology plays in both.
The Depression Session is also on iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/the-depression-session/id1057029883?mt=2

The Depression Session Laura Milkins

    • Self-Help
    • 4.5, 13 Ratings

Laura Milkins is a multimedia, interactive performance artist, living in Tucson and teaching Art and Visual Culture at Pima Community College since 2012. She received an MFA in painting from University of Arizona in 2008. In 2009, she was a Fulbright Scholar in Mexico City. For this public performance, "Walking Stories: Mexico", Milkins walked across Mexico City in the company of strangers, posting the stories they shared each night on a BLOG. Recent work includes “The Kindness Project", spending a year contemplating kindness, and “Walking Home: stories from the desert to the Great Lakes”, in which Milkins walked 2,007 miles from Tucson to Michigan wearing a live webcam. In 2014 she and Gina Cestaro founded Spiral Journey School of Movement, a school dedicated to teaching authentic movement in Tucson. Since 1993, Laura has been organizing art shows, performances and festivals, and has received grants, awards and international recognition for her work. Her performances focus on community and social interactions, and the role that technology plays in both.
The Depression Session is also on iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/the-depression-session/id1057029883?mt=2

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13 Ratings
13 Ratings
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