Marsha Miro

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Marsha Miro wrote art news for the Detroit Free Press in the late 20th century (from 1974–1995), a position she held for 21-years. She is also author of works on Ceramicist Robert Turner, the Cranbrook Educational Community, Fiber Artist Gerhardt Knodel and Painter Gordon Newton. A maker of documentary film on architecture, Miro has served the Cranbrook Educational Community as a historian of architecture. She writes for Glass Magazine,[1] American Ceramics, American Craft and Casabella. Miro is the founding director of the Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit (MOCAD).[2] Miro currently resides just outside Detroit, Michigan with her husband, Jeffrey. She is the mother of screenwriter Doug Miro, artist Darcy Miro and teacher Chelsea Miro.

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