Elizabeth Michelman’s interdisciplinary and conceptual art includes video and installation, sculpture, poetry, and painting. A resident of Brookline, MA, she holds degrees from Dartmouth College, Georgetown University Law Center, and the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. She has taught at Massachusetts College of Art and in other New England schools and museums. In addition to exhibiting her own art, Elizabeth Michelman has been curating exhibitions of public installation and conceptual art around Boston for over ten years. She has received numerous grants from the Brookline Commission for the Arts, the Brookline Community Foundation, and the North Attleboro Arts Commission. She received an award for works on paper from the Massachusetts Cultural Council in 2000. Her work has also been exhibited throughout The United States including exhibitions at The Soho20 Gallery in Chelsea (NYC), The Hopkins Center for the Arts at Dartmouth College, The Women’s Museum of Dallas (TX), and The Attleboro Art Museum (MA). Her post-9/11 community sculpture “Moment of Recognition,” first shown at the “Art Works” community gallery in New Bedford in November, 2001, can be seen on the website of the World Trade Center Memorial Foundation.