A multimedia artist working with ideas and interdisciplinary process, Elizabeth Michelman makes art about language and writes about art. She has exhibited temporary public art, community participatory projects, video-poems, language-based sculpture and installation art in galleries and public venues throughout New England. Her recent flat work includes acrylic on paper and vinyl on Mylar. She recently exhibited works at Hallspace and the Chandler Gallery in Boston, and The Elizabeth Foundation and Soho20 Gallery in Brooklyn (where she is a National Affiliate Artist).
Elizabeth writes on sculpture, painting, and new media for Artscope and Sculpture Magazine. She recently started a blog for independent and artist curators. In 2013 she curated OccupyING The Present, an exhibition of temporary site-responsive art at HarborArts in the Boston Harbor Shipyard and Marina (East Boston). Awards include an Artist’s Grant for Works on Paper from the Massachusetts Cultural Council and curatorial grants from the East Boston Foundation, the Brookline Arts Commission, the Brookline Community Foundation, and an artist residency in the North Attleboro High school from the North Attleboro Arts Council.