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Shelley Miller, Graffiti and Conceptual Artist

Episode description

Episode 3 features an interview with the Montreal-based artist Shelley Miller. Using frosting, hand-formed sugar tiles and food coloring, Shelly creates graffiti and murals that address power, feminism, and the slavery and colonization of the sugar trade. Listen in as we discuss her art, inspiration, and methods as well as the complexities of being a working artist and single parent, among other topics.

http://www.shelleymillerstudio.com
https://www.instagram.com/shelleymillerstudio/

Photos, The Cake of the Episode, and further links can be found at
www.thecakehistorian.com.

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Original music composed by Alejandro Pinto-Hernández

Resources:
This episode's list is more extensive than space here allows, so please visit thecakehistorian.com for a complete selection of links.

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