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Tim Miller in Residence: Exhibit Q: Queer Bodies Performance Workshop

Cover Image:

Sam Irvine in a performance project with Tim Miller at Ohio Wesleyan University

Presented as part of NEA 4 in Residence.

Tim Miller leads a performance workshop during Gay Pride Week 2013 for students, performers, artists, scholars, and interested nonacademics, culminating in a world premiere ensemble-devised performance on Friday June 28 at 7 p.m.

This workshop is currently at capacity. If you would like to be added to the a standby list, please contact

“This performance workshop brings together a group of queer-identified and queer-allied participants to create an original performance [Exhibit Q: Queer Bodies] that explores the charged border between our ‘queered’ bodies and society…our narratives and our politics…our private selves and public view. Over the course of one week, we will shape our discoveries into a public performance that invites the audience’s gaze, participation, and presence.”

If you have any questions, please contact Tim Miller at

Monday June 24, 11 AM–2 PM
Tuesday June 25, 11 AM–2 PM
Wednesday June 26, 11 AM–2 PM
Thursday June 27, 11 AM–2 PM
Friday June 28, 3–6 PM

Public Performance:
Friday June 28, 7–9 PM

Tim Miller is an internationally acclaimed solo performer. Miller’s performance works have been presented all over the world at venues such as Yale Repertory Theatre, London’s Institute of Contemporary Arts, the Walker Art Center, Actors Theatre of Louisville, and the Brooklyn Academy of Music Next Wave Festival. He is the author of the books Shirts & Skin, Body Blows, and 1001 Beds, an anthology of his performances and essays, which won the 2007 Lambda Literary Award for best book in Drama/Theater. Miller has taught performance at UCLA, NYU, and the Claremont School of Theology. He is a cofounder of two of the most influential performance spaces in the United States: Performance Space 122 on Manhattan’s Lower East Side and Highways Performance Space in Santa Monica, CA.


This program is made possible, in part, through the support of the New York State Council on the Arts and the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs.

Education and public programs are made possible by a generous grant from Goldman Sachs Gives at the recommendation of David B. Heller & Hermine Riegerl Heller.

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