Judith Z. Miller is the director of ZAMO!, a Brooklyn-based performing arts consulting company. She has represented a multicultural mix of world-class GRAMMY® nominated and JUNO ® award-winning artists. With 30 years of experience in the arts, Judith has founded, developed and promoted both for-profit and non-profit organizations and produced numerous special projects, including the highly successful 2002 “Voices” Festival forum “Presenting Latin Music” at the Association of Performing Arts Presenters annual conference. Judith co-founded The Fine Line Actors Theatre (formerly Earth Onion Women’s Theatre) in Washington, DC, and created, produced, taught and performed in a series of special constituency projects addressing the needs of underserved populations, including its unique Women’s Prison Project. Her articles have appeared in Inside Arts magazine, The Washington Post and American Theatre magazine. She creates primal wearable art and sculpture and teaches workshops on self-promotion for performing artists, along with experiential workshops that use elements of poetry, performance and visual art to access spiritual awareness. Judith resides in Brooklyn, NY.
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