A Boston-based artist, critic, and independent curator, Elizabeth Michelman’s multi-disiciplinary art inquires into the interface between language and art. Her work includes site-responsive
installation and video, participatory art, painting, poetry, and wordplay. Her most recent solo exhibition was Notes From Underground at Castleton Downtown Gallery, Rutland, Vermont.
She has exhibited temporary environmental installation at sites throughout New England, including The Carving Studio and Sculpture Center, Montserrat College of Art, Dartmouth
College, the Boston Public Library, the US Bankruptcy Court and Immigration Courts in Boston, and many other cultural venues around Boston. She exhibited as a National Affiliate Member at
Soho20 Gallery in Brooklyn through 2017.
Michelman writes on contemporary art for Artscope Magazine, Sculpture Magazine, and DeliciousLine.org. Her most recent curatorial project is Close to Home, site-responsive
installations by nine women artists at the Art Complex Museum at Duxbury (2017-18). She has taught courses on exhibitions and the art-language connection at Massachusetts College of Art
and Design and has lectured and organized panels on similar topics at other New England colleges and art venues. She serves as an alumni liaison for studio arts projects at Dartmouth College.
Michelman was awarded an artists residency at Wassaic in 2017 after previously serving as a visiting critic at the Chashama Foundation’s ChaNorth and the Wassaic Project. Awarded a
Massachusetts Cultural Council Artist’s Grant for works on paper in 2000, she has also received curatorial grants from the East Boston Foundation, Brookline Community Foundation, and the
Brookline and North Attleboro Cultural Councils. She holds degrees from Dartmouth College, Georgetown University Law Center and the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.