Susan Miller is a curator, writer, and museum professional with a career focus on regional art and culture. For the past 20 years she has lived in San Francisco and worked for a variety of local institutions and artist-run spaces including New Langton Arts, Capp Street Project, ArtSpace, Southern Exposure Gallery, and Video Free America. At Langton, where she was the Executive Director from 1993 to 2005, she organized numerous exhibitions and events including Trust Me, a survey of the art of Tony Labat, Jim Pomeroy: A Retrospective; Of Sound Mind; The Library: A Reading Room on the Bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, and the annual Bay Area Award Show.
More recently she has developed projects for The Exploratorium, Gant Inc., Cory McAbee, Daniel Clowes, Other Minds, Stanford University, and others. She is also a curatorial advisor for APT Intelligence, a program of Artists Pension Trust, New York, as well as an adjunct professor in Fine Arts at the University of San Francisco.