Micah Cash investigates how landscapes and their social histories influence cultural geography. Themes of ownership, demarcation, and utilization are explored across media. His projects contemplate the social, economic, and political forces that define particular landscapes, as well as the cultures that are dependent upon them. Micah received his MFA from the University of Connecticut and his BFA from the University of South Carolina. He has exhibited nationally in both solo and group exhibitions, most recently in Atlanta, Georgia, Lubbock, Texas, and Ithaca, New York. His paintings and photographs have been featured in the Looking at Appalachia project, F-Stop Magazine, 10 Journal, Light Leaked, Dotphotozine, and Another Place.