Dick Higgins (b. 1938, Cambridge, UK - 1998, Québec, Canada) was a poet, printer, composer, artist, and critical theorist. Higgins coined the term “intermedia” to describe experimental artistic expression that transgresses the traditional boundaries of media divided into poetry, drama, music, and visual arts. Higgins was one of the co-founders of Fluxus and publisher of Something Else Press (1964-1973), Unpublished Editions (1972-1977), and Printed Editions (1978-1985). He wrote notations and scores for performance Happenings which fused theatre and music, and created paintings, sculpture, films and large graphics.