Rebecca Miller is an Associate Professor at Drury, and Program Chair for Art, Art History and the Arts Administration programs, as well as serving as the Director of the Pool Art Center Gallery and Drury on C-Street Gallery. Miller received her BFA from the Kansas City Art Institute, and her MFA from Florida State University. Miller has been on the Drury faculty since 2003.
Miller's works have been shown in over sixty museums and galleries for international and national, juried and invitational, solo and group exhibitions. Dear Alfred is a continuing body of work that is based upon an imaginary correspondence with photographer Alfred Stieglitz (1864-1946) discussing the concept of equivalence while photographing cloud formations to promote an emotive response to the images. Many of her other works range in concept from abuses of power and civil debate, especially in regards to the natural environment and American politics. She is also interested in architectural photography and has done a number of extensive documentary series of construction and demolition projects on Drury’s campus including the Pool Art Center, Tindle Mills and the O’Reilly Family Event Center.