Meghan Miller is an installation artist, painter, and puppet-maker based in Wichita, Kansas and living in rural Butler County, Kansas.

She earned an MFA in Sculpture from Wichita State University in 2022 and a BFA in painting from Wichita State in 2009. In the ten years in between Miller worked as a substitute teacher, museum event staff, vintage clothing seller, and was one-half of installation and performance art duo Linnebur & Miller along with Hallie Linnebur.

In addition to numerous group, duo, and solo shows in the Wichita area, Miller has shown work at the former Wayfarers Gallery in Brooklyn and placed in the 2018 Salina Biennial in Salina, Kansas, in collaboration with Amanda Pfister.

Much of Miller’s past work was humorous and experience-based, bridging the gaps between installation art, costuming, entertainment, spectacle, and party decor, which informs her current interest in creating spaces for people to “just be”- to interact with others, to be alone, to be somewhere magical, to, in the words of Louise Nevelson, “rest and have some fun.”