Elizabeth Michelman is a multimedia artist in Brookline Massachusetts. Her language-based installations, documentary and artist videos, and public art invoke a dialogue on the bonds of identity and place, community values, and the subjective experience of the passage of time. Recent exhibitions include Montserrat College of Art (solo), Brandeis University, The Carving Studio and Sculpture Center, VT (permanent collection), Dartmouth College, NH (solo), Brookline’s Riverway Park, MassAudubon Boston Nature Center, The Boston Psychoanalytic Institute (solo), the Boston Public Library, and the US Bankruptcy Court and US Immigration Court in Boston (solo). She exhibits annually at SOHO20Gallery in New York City. Her Drive Project, a residency and community-based installation at Saginaw Valley State University, MI, is expected to take place in 2013.
Elizabeth also curates exhibitions of temporary and language-based art and writes reviews for Artscope Magazine. She lectures and consults frequently on sculpture, writing, and interdisciplinary process, has taught at Massachusetts College of Art and Design and the Currier Gallery and Worcester Art Museum, and is an advisor to the Art Department of the Community College of Rhode Island. She has received grants from Brookline (curatorial) and North Attleboro (residency) Arts Commissions, Massachusetts Cultural Council (works on paper), and Brookline Community Fund (curatorial). She holds degrees from the School of the Museum of Fine Arts Boston, Georgetown University Law School and Dartmouth College.