Reuben Lorch-Miller is a multi-disciplinary artist with an MFA in New Genres from San Francisco State University. He approaches his work from a perspective of curiosity and experimentation, understanding that meaning is often found within the process of doing. For the past five years, he has been an active teaching artist with the Guggenheim Museum’s ‘Learning Through Art“ program; The Studio Museum in Harlem; the New York City Public Schools though “Studio in a School”; Eckford Street Studio; and Usdan Summer Camp for the Arts. He has also been a visiting artist and lecturer at Illinois State University (Normal); Rhode Island School of Design; Stanford University; San Francisco Art Institute; and Pratt Institute. Reuben has participated in multiple artist residencies and exhibited widely both nationally and internationally.
What’s your most vivid/favorite memory of Usdan?
Walking from the parking lot to the studio in the morning: The environment and the quiet...the birds and trees...also parading around the art area with our 10-foot tall collaborative puppet.