Kenneth Millington received his BFA from the Rhode Island School of Design in 1996. He has pursued art projects abroad in Europe and Latin America including watercolor studies with Ricardo Perez Alcala in La Paz, Bolivia. Kenneth has worked as a large scale muralist painting exterior projects around the country. He received a MFA from the School of Visual arts in 2005 and makes artwork (painting, video, sculpture) exploring the convergence of science, technology and nature. He has been awarded several grants/ residencies including the J William Fulbright Fellowship, The Elizabeth Greenshields Grant, Stacey Scholarship, AIM 30 Artist- Bronx Museum as well as Sciart Bridge Residency and the Tao Hua Tan Residency in China.
Bachelor of Fine Art
Master of Fine Art
science, technology, information, environment, art history, landscape, chaos theory, turbulence, electromagnetic frequencies, color theory, drawing, painting, video, sculpture, murals
Fulbright Fellow, Eleizabeth Greenshields Foundation Grantee, Stacey Schorlarship, A.I.M. Program Bronx Museum, Sciart Bridge Residency, Tao Hua Tan Residency China,
Digital Imaging w/ Photoshop 1 (Open Campus)
Drawing/Imaging: (Fall 2019)