The following collections are available to travel to your college, school, museum, library, church or other institution.
Title: Rhythms of a Faithful Journey – Verses from Slavery to Presidency
This exhibit consists of 16 mixed media collage quilts illustrating African American History events/periods accompanying poetry. This collection is in the book with the same title. The framed works are approximately 35 x 46.
Title: The Faithful Journey – From Slavery to Presidency
This exhibit and slideshow consists of 28 mixed media collage quilts on canvas illustrating African American History that includes a narrative describing the events. The works are 12 x 16.
Title: Who Do You Say That I Am? – A Man Called Jesus
The Ethiopian Jesus Collection
This exhibit consists of 23 mixed media collage quilts depicting the story of Jesus. The work is divided into 3 parts: Life events, (7) miracles, and “I Am” statements.
Title: Langston and His People
This exhibit consists of illustrations of his poetry. The slideshow includes recitations of Hughes’ poems accompanied by the art of Robin J. Miller.
Title: Title: A Humble Village
This exhibit consists of 12 mixed media collage quilts on canvas depicting the life in a Ugandan village. The slideshow is the book and background of the story with photographs of Ugandan children.
Robin and her co-author/poet husband, James, conduct several presentations a year.
1. Restoring My African Soul (Grades 4 – adult)
– This can also include a short poetry slideshow introducing the topic of White Privilege. The poem is entitled Never Had The Privilege.
2. Rhythms of a Faithful Journey (Grades 4 – adult)
3. The Faithful Journey(Grades 4 – adult)
4. They Came To Harlem – A Renaissance Story (Grades 4 - adult)
5. A Langston Hughes America (Grades 4 – adult)
6. A Humble Village (Ages 3 – Grade 3)
7. The Scribble Kids Honor Dr. MLK (Grades 2 -4)
8. Jazz in the Art Class (Grades 4 – 12)
This slideshow explores the jazz-related work of master artists including Faith Ringgold, Henri Matisse, William H. Johnson, Pablo Picasso, Jackson Pollock, and Romare Bearden. Visual imagery, poetry and a jazz performance on film create an exciting experience for students.