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2018 SPE Annual Conference: Uncertain Times: Borders, Refuge, Community, Nationhood / Hosted by The University of the Arts

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Millee Tibbs

Millee
Tibbs

SPE Member since 2013
Member Chapter: Midwest

Millee Tibbs

SPE member since 2013
Mountains + Valleys (Yosemite National Park #1)
Archival Digital Print

Millee Tibbs

SPE member since 2013
Mountains + Valleys (Yosemite #1)
Archival Digital Print

Millee Tibbs

SPE member since 2013
Mountains + Valleys (Yosemite National Park #4)
Archival Digital Print

Millee Tibbs

SPE member since 2013
Mountains + Valleys (Yosemite #4)
Archival Digital Print

Millee Tibbs

SPE member since 2013
Mountains + Valleys (Yellowstone National Park #2)
Archival Digital Print

Millee Tibbs

SPE member since 2013
Mountains + Valleys (Yellowstone #1)
Archival Digital Print

Millee Tibbs

SPE member since 2013
Mountains + Valleys (Yellowstone #4)
Archival Digital Print

Millee Tibbs

SPE member since 2013
Mountains + Valleys (Yellowstone #2)
Archival Digital Print

Millee Tibbs

SPE member since 2013
Mountains + Valleys (Half Dome, Tetraptych)
Archival Digital Print

Millee Tibbs

SPE member since 2013
Mountains + Valleys (Yellowstone #4)
Archival Digital Print

about

Millee Tibbs (b.1976) is an artist residing in Detroit, MI. She holds an MFA in photography from RISD. Tibbs has exhibited at places such as Blue Sky Gallery, Portland Center for Art Photography, Oregon; Notre Dame University, Indiana; Mary Ryan Gallery and Winkeman/Plus Ultra Gallery, both in NY; and at both the Museum of Modern Art and Spanish Cultural Center in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic. Her work is currently held by the Portland Art Museum, Portland, OR; the Pierogi 2000, Brooklyn flat file and is a part of the online database at the Elizabeth A. Sackler Center for Feminist Art at the Brooklyn Museum and was published in the Humble Art Foundation's Collector's Guide to Art Photography Vol. 2. She has been a fellow at The MacDowell Colony, and an artist in residency at the Wassaic Project and the Santa Fe Art Institute. She currently teaches at Wayne State University.

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