B. 1977
Lives and works between Bundjalung Nation (Northern NSW) and Eora Nation (Sydney).
Represented by STATION. 
PhD (2013), BVA 1st class Hnrs (2006) both from Sydney College of the Arts, University of Sydney. Milledge studied at the Statenskunst Akademi, Oslo (2006) and the Universität der Künste, Berlin (2008)

Selected recent solo projects
2021 Dychymig Dychymig: Tree Alphabet; STATION Melbourne
2016 Skara Thynge: Travelling Stock Reserves; The Commercial Gallery
2014 Altus Duel: Total Environment; Gertrude Contemporary

2020 Love(f)Art #2 IN ISO,; series in Amanda Love's dunny; Love Art
2017 Strigiformes: Binocular, Binaural, performance by invitation of Tori Wrånes; Museet for Samtidskunst, Nasjonalmuseet (NO)
2012 Maximalist Ritualist dual show w/ Carla Cescon; Australian Experimental Art Foundation

2022 Biennale of Sydney: rīvus; curated by José de Roca, Paschal Daantos Berry; Anna Davis; Hannah Donnelly; Talia Linz; Pier 2/3
2020 NGV Triennial; National Gallery of Victoria International
2016 The Adelaide Biennial: Magic Object; curated by Lisa Slade; Samstag Museum

Selected recent group exhibitions
2022 Still Life; curated by Jacqueline Doughty; Buxton Contemporary
2021 Freedom of Sleep; curated by Anabelle Lacroix; Fondation Fiminco
2019 Second Sight: Witchcraft, Ritual, Power; curated by Samantha Littley; UQ Art Museum
2019 Ruler, rete; curated by Deirdre Cannon; Arndt Art Agency (DE)
2017 Remedial Works; curated by Andrew Varano; Perth Institute of Contemporary Arts
2017 What Remains; curated by Silja Leifsdottir; Fotogalleriet (NO)
2016 Erewhon; curated by Vikki McInnes; Horsham Regional Art Gallery, Warrnambool Art Gallery, Benalla Art Gallery, LaTrobe Regional Gallery, Margaret Lawrence Gallery (NETSVIC)
2016 The Mnemonic Mirror; curated by Kylie Banyard and Gary Carsley; UTS Gallery, Griffith University Art Gallery
2016 Dämmerschlaf; curated by Alexie Glass-Kantor and Talia Linz; Artspace Sydney

Milledge has received regular state and federal funding for her projects primarily through Australia Council for the Arts, CreateNSW, ArtsNSW and NAVA. She has been awarded an inaugural one year studio residency at Artspace Sydney in 2015 and a one year studio residency at Carriageworks in 2021.

She has been a finalist three times in the Helen Lempriere Travelling Art Scholarship Finalists exhibition and three times in the Fauvette Loureiro Travelling Art Scholarship Finalists Exhibition.

Her work is held in the collections of the National Gallery of Victoria, Buxton Contemporary, Artbank and Monash University Museum of Art.