This past week the Lamond-Riggs/Lillian J. Huff Community Library, part of the DC Public Library system, celebrated its one-year anniversary since the renovation in 2022. Included in the celebration was the dedication of the “Heritage Wall” that I was commissioned to create.
Save the date! June 27 will be the “unveiling” event for the permanent public installation at the Lamond Riggs Lillian J. Huff Community Library. The event will coincide with the library’s one year anniversary of the renovation. More details to
Red Dirt Studio will be participating in the Gateway Arts District Open Studios on May 13 from 12-5 pm. Please come out and visit me to see what I’ve been up to! May 13, 12-5 pm Red Dirt Studio 4051
I am thrilled to post this new piece “Untitled (Ideal City) #2.” I started this painting March of 2022. The image is a composite of AI generated images that were trained on renaissance era paintings that predominantly featured architecture (like
I am thrilled to announce I am featured in the first edition of this brand new platform, Culture Caleidascoop. Culture Caleidascoop is an online, open-access, peer-reviewed platform for sharing research and reflections on socially engaged practice in the arts, culture,
Artist Michelle Lisa Herman is asking residents from the greater Lamond-Riggs area (including Fort Totten, Michigan Park, North Michigan Park, Pleasant Hills, Queens Chapel, and South Manor Park) to contribute fabric “swatches” and/or family photographs that will be scanned and
My solo exhibition, Always, Already, Never, Better, Faster, Stronger, was reviewed in the Washington Post by Mark Jenkins.
Solo exhibition “Always, Already, Never, Better, Faster, Stronger” by Michelle Lisa Herman opening reception Saturday, January 22 4–6 pm. Stone Tower Gallery; 7300 MacArthur Blvd; Glen Echo, MD 20812
I am excited to announce I will be included in the upcoming exhibition Hello! curated by Vesela Sretenović which will be hosted at Micheline Klagsbrun Studios.
Watch the video of Michelle L. Herman’s research presentation titled “Up to Code? Where Ableism Meets Patriarchy in Art and Technology” featuring Legacy Russell and Panteha Abareshi