Eden Miller

Eden Miller

Northwest Region
Rogers, Arkansas
479- 790-4915
[email protected]

My residency programs are designed around the particular goals of the educators requesting them; usually choosing to focus either upon the art form for its own sake, or upon using the art form(s) to enhance the teaching of the school's core curriculum: i.e. using drawing to strengthen students' abilities to visualize and illustrate; using theatre arts to provide storytelling skills vital to progress in writing. These programs are adaptable to any age group(s), with the understanding that classroom teachers should participate along with their students for maximum results, especially in an art/core curriculum program. Particular program content possibilities include, but are not limited to: drawing people, places, animals, and things; puppetry; theatre arts for self-respect and teamwork; songwriting; storytelling in words and/or pictures. Available to conduct teacher workshops.


Eden Miller is a multidisciplinary artist with an M.F.A. in Theatrical Design from the University of Hawaii at Manoa. She is an eight-year Arkansas resident with teaching residency experience both in Arkansas and in Hawaii in visual arts, theatre arts, and combinations thereof designed for particular schools.

Eden is entering season four with Northwest Arkansas Audio Theater, a nonprofit group, as an actor, musician, sound effects artist, director, producer, and secretary of the Board of Directors.

Eden is completing a second year of design and implementation of a visual arts program for Pathfinders, Inc. Bentonville, AR facility, a program "Fostering Independence" for special needs adult people.

AIE Program

Preferred Age Level: All ages
Geographic Availability: Within 60 miles of Rogers
Time Availability: open
Special Needs: For visual arts: blackboard and chalk or markers. For theatre arts: blackboard, a large empty space preferably carpeted and chairs for all participants.