Miguel Rodriguez is a visual artist based in Washington, DC. He is a graduate of the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, and has a worked in digital design since the advent of the web. 

Miguel is a first generation American and was raised in Newtown, Pennsylvania, the son of Spanish microbiologist Candido Rodriguez Alfageme, and the American artist and educator Kerry Rodriguez. Growing up in Newtown, he formed close friendships through the Newtown Quaker meeting with notable creative luminaries and their families including the photographer Emmet Gowin and his wife Edith, the sculptor and printmaker Charles Wells and his wife, the author Diana Wells, and photographer David Graham.

On the recommendation of another Newtown resident, Virginia Beahan, he attended the School of the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston. During his course of studies, he worked with faculty and visiting artists including Jim Dow, Mags Harries, Domingo Barreres, Gregory Amenoff, Carl Palazzolo and Cora Cohen

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