Come see me.
January 8 | Immanuel Baptist Church | Lebanon, TN
February 5 | Metro Nashville Public Schools | Nashville, TN
March 7 | Watkins College of Art| Nashville, TN (cancelled)
April 7 | University of Mobile | Online
August 27-29 | Design Revival | Columbus, GA
September 25th | Podia Create 2020| online (free!)
March 26th | University of Northern Colorado | Greeley, CO
April 13th | Craft Content Nashville| Nashville, TN
July 18th | Montclaire State University | Montclaire, NJ
August 10 | Paper & Ink Arts | Nashville, TN
September 12th | Focus on the Family | Colorado Springs, CO
October 10th & 11th | Salt19 Conference | Hendersonville, TN
October 16th | Nomad Collab | online
Want to bring me in to speak or teach a workshop?
Sketchnote Academy Workshop
Building a Creative Career After College
Illustration 101 Workshop
The Fresh Freelancer
Making Church More Visual
I want to help you visually communicate!
I speak and teach workshops for students, creative professionals, and communicators all across America. You may have seen me at conferences like Creative South, at colleges and universities, or on TV! Draw from my experience–I’d love to come to your group.
Three years ago, Emily spoke at UNC and really inspired me to think big! She made me realize that we shouldn't limit opportunities to a certain location and that led me to where I am today, currently interning in Barcelona. Thank you!
Sketchnoting takes practice. It was humbling, but I didn't want to stop! The 3 hour workshop went by so fast, I wanted part 2! Really enjoyed the workshop and meeting Emily.
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What People Are Saying:
She’s amazing, she tells you how it is and what the real world is like. It’s very helpful compared to the sugar coating you get every where else.
Emily’s teaching style is so approachable and fun! Even if you’re like me and afraid your artistic skills are lacking, she’ll help you feel confident. You won’t regret taking her class!
Am I confused about where my life is going? Yes. Will we be okay? Absolutely. Emily Mills made me realize we don’t have life figured out, and that’s okay.