A Mohican Indian from northern Wisconsin, Bill miller is an award-winning recording artist, performer, songwriter, activist, and painter.
In this lecture performance, he will tell the stories of his heritage and the difficulties he had in overcoming the stereotype of our Native Americans. He will also explain how he draws from visual images of a medicine man when he writes or paints. He will demonstrate how the visual and musical creative processes are one and the same.
This event is part of Lake Land College’s Arts and Humanities series.
For more information, contact Ron Sanderson, special projects coordinator, at (217)234-5558 or visit Lake Land College’s website.