2022

Jan. 2022

Publications-Jan 2022

Kim is grateful to PW Perspective and DMV Business Crossing (BCN) for this unexpected gift. In the 2021 DMV Best Business Awards, Kim was awarded best in the Arts & Entertainment category.

  • Kim is a proud alumna of:

(This is their logo.) She was featured on their website talking about poetry and IT.

https://www.nvcc.edu/news/featured-articles/2021/poet-laureate-kim-b-miller.html

Performances -Jan 2022

  • Kim was the featured poet at McCall Studio Gallery/DMVISUAL LLC for their 5th Annual New Year Gala.
  • Kim was the featured poet in Arlington County’s MLK tribute. Click the picture below to view the event.
  • Kim performed poetry at an open mic on IG for DMV Renaissance Awards.
  • Kim was one of the poets who performed (in person) at Morrison House in Alexandria, VA:

Activities -Jan 2022

  • Kim was a Teaching Artist for DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities. She worked with DC high school students.
  • Kim facilitated a Writing To Wellness class For Women. This class is currently offered quarterly. C. Thomas created these series of workshops.
  • Kim went to the Fairfax Juvenile Detention Center performed poetry and talked about how poetry is healing.
  • Kim facilitated a class for the PWC chapter of the NAACP. The class was on bio writing. This was for ACT-SO.
    • Each year, high school students across the country start a journey to sharpen their skills through the Afro-Academic, Cultural, Technological and Scientific Olympics (ACT-SO).
  • Kim was one of the speakers at her alma mater, Rochester Institute of Technology, during their Women’s Leadership Summit.
  • Triumph The Church of the New Age International had a fascinating event called: Holistic Becoming: Cultivating Energy, Reason & Emotion. This was day 2 of Artists Speak: An Evening with Poet Laureate Kim B. Miller. Click the picture to watch the program:

Feb. 2022

Publications-Feb 2022
Performances -Feb 2022
  • Kim performed poetry and spoke at the Regency Women’s Club Luncheon, in Haymarket. This organization does great work in their community.
  • Kim recited a poem (online) for PWC’s Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta. This was during their Black History Month Artist Talk with Mr. Brown.
  • Kim performed poetry online with other Black Poets Laureate for Black History Month.
  • Kim was the featured Teaching Artist at the Heritage Village Youth Network event. Young people from several countries were in attendance. Kim went over how to grow in poetry, how to build their brand and so much more.
  • Kim was the featured poet (in person) at Busboys & Poets Shirlington.
  • Kim performed poetry online in 4 Poets, a program hosted by Northern Virginia Community College. Kim is a proud alumna of Northern Virginia Community College.
  • Kim was the featured poet for residents of Four Seasons. (Four Seasons at Historic Virginia is a picturesque community comprised of over 1000 residents who enjoy an art filled lifestyle for active adults age 55+.) https://fb.watch/bkPxmDUcb6/
  • Kim was the featured poet at Celebrating our Heritage by Heritage Village Project.
  • Kim was one of the featured poets at the Black History Month Poetry Show for The Word Is Write.
  • Kim was honored to be a part of the 2022 Black History Month Program presented by the Town Of Dumfries.
  • Kim recited poetry at this fantastic Black History Program curated by Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc.
  • Kim was excited to perform poetry for this great online event. First Baptist of Vienna SWAP Ministry had a celebration for Black History Month.
  • Kim performed poetry in person at the University of Pikeville in Kentucky for “A Night of Excellence and The Extraordinary”. She was one of the featured poets.
Activities -Feb 2022
  • Kim was a Teaching Artist for DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities. She worked with DC high school students.
  • Kim was a Teaching Artist for the Prince William Chapter of the NAACP. This is for an inspiring program called: ACT-SO (Afro-Academic Cultural Technological & Scientific Olympics.
  • Kim facilitated a Writing To Wellness Class For Women (in person) at Prince George’s Community College. Writing To Wellness was created by C. Thomas.
  • Kim was a panelist, discussing book reviews.

Coming Up In March: March 5 at 7PM in DC

Join K[squared]²​ at Atlas Performing Arts Center in DC. Kim B Miller performs her original poems, while Kelly Haneklau creates an original painting on the spot to coincide with the spoken word message. When the poem is done, the painting is done too.