I am late in posting this, but I am honored to announce that I was named an Artist Fellowship Awardee for FY18 by the DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities. I am thankful again for the generous support this
“Invisibility” was featured in the Sunday edition of The Washington Post as part of an article about the Curator’s Spotlight exhibition at the Arlington Art Center.
Part of the Curator’s Spotlight at the Arlington Art Center, I’ll be showing my work in the exhibition Click Here curated by Kayleigh Bryant-Greenwell.
Opening Reception: Saturday, February 11, 6–9 pm
I am honored to announce that I have been named an Arts and Humanities Fellowship grant awardee by the DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities.
Interdisciplinary artist, Michelle Lisa Herman maintains two artistic practices—painting and new media installations—which will converge in her upcoming exhibition, “I Just Want to Know You’re There” opening January 8, 2016 at the Hillyer Art Space.
A Washington, DC, Nonprofit Reflects on 40 Years of Championing Local Artists in Hyperallergic Washington Produced Artists in The Washington Post
Newest press from the “Washington Produced Artists” exhibition on view at the Washington Project for the Arts, 2124 8th Street NW in Washington, DC
I’ll be giving an artist talk at the Washington Project for the Arts on December 12 at 2 pm. See the WPA website for details and RSVP info
I will be showing an updated and much, much larger scale version of “Mirror Mirror” at the upcoming WPA Exhibition: “Washington Produced Artists” opening November 14, 2015
I will be having my 2nd solo exhibition at the Hillyer Art Space opening January 8, 2016. The exhibition will consist of new and expanded interactive installations as well as paintings. Be sure to save the date!