Micah Morgan is an artist working primarily in performance, textile, and new media. She is the New Media Artist in Residence at the African American Art and Culture Complex (2015-2018). She often collaborates with her husband, Gareth Morgan to create installations that incorporate storytelling, dance, and motion capture. Together they own Morganarium, LLC, an art and software company that provides creative solutions in addition to making Fine Art.
Following a fellowship at the Folger Shakespeare Theatre in Washington, D.C. She studied set design and theater criticism at the Royal Shakespeare Company in Stratford Upon Avon through the Cognard-Black Study Tour Program.
Morgan holds a B.A. in English from St. Mary's college of Maryland. She studied under poets Michael Glaser, Jeffrey Coleman, and the late and Lucille Clifton. While there, she transitioned an eighteen year ballet focus, to modern dance, and Theater Film and Media studies. Morgan trained under Meredith Taylor and Kelly King née Mayfield in modern dance, and the late Joanne Klein in Visual Criticism in Film and Theatre. Prior to St. Mary's, she studied dance at the Washington School of Ballet.
She has an MFA in interdisciplinary Fine Arts from California College of the Arts (2014).