Zoe Milner
I am profoundly Deaf and final year BA (Hons) Fine Art student from Nottingham, where I was born and raised. Throughout my time as a Deaf student, I was always experimenting with provocative and colourful typography on a larger medium of painting, inspired by the BSL ACT NOW campaign, to educate the audience with a woke-call about the reality of Deaf community, highlights their much-needed attention and equitable justice. Last year, I won the bursary award for the Deaf, disabled and neurodivergent artist by City Arts Nottingham and then, I exhibited my first-ever solo exhibition of 'I Talk with My Hands' in this building. Following this, I was featured in the BBC News, Nottingham Post and LeftLion magazine. Post-university, I will be working in a collaboration with HeX Production for 'Digital Accessibility Matters Campaign’ from August to December 2023, and my involvement for support to opening new Deaf classrooms at Mellers Primary School, Nottingham.
BA (Hons) Fine Art