James Kyle Miller


I am a Bowdoin College graduate currently working at the intersection of art history and technology. I believe that aesthetics has the power to improve our lives and how we communicate with one another and I am committed to meeting the demand for building tools and models that further the understanding, accessibility and interest in the visual world.


Professional and personal projects that I have contributed to.

I am a curatorial assistant for the European Art department of the Detroit Institute of Arts. My work primarily includes research on the collection, administrative support and coordination with the department's two auxiliary groups.


Listed below are descriptions of some of the most recent projects that I have been a part of. A more complete list is available on the projects archive.

Freer House Inventory Project
Freer House. 2014-2015.
Organized, researched and maintained a catalog of historical objects related to the life of Charles Lang Freer in FileMaker Pro.
The Seasons Triptych Inside|Out Installation
Freer House. 2015.
Wrote wall text to accompany the installation of a high quality reproduction of Dwight Tryon and Thomas Dewing's Seasons Triptych highlighting their relationship to nearby historical homes.