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Michelle Greene received her BFA from Syracuse University. She received her Teaching Credential from the University of California Berkeley. Ms. Greene also teaches art at The New School University and The Educational Alliance.
In the past she has taught at The Sculpture Center School, New Jersey City University, Parsons School of Design, and Chabot College. Her recent curatorial work includes an exhibit titled "Direct Metal" with works by the New York City Sculptor's Guild.
Professor Greene received an Invitational Grant in 2003 from the Engelhard Corporation to work with their chemists on color "powder coated pigments" for a sculpture project.
Shee has had several articles published about her work in The New York Times. Other articles have been written in The New York Daily News, New York Newsday, Art News Magazine,The Crafts Report Magazine, Rockland Journal News, the west side spirit, and The Chelsea News. Her work has also been featured on ABC television and Paragon Cale Television.
Michelle is committed to making art and has a studio in The Brooklyn Navy Yard. Her sculpture Rail Rider's Throne is in the permanent collection of The New York City Metropolitan Transit Authority. It is installed at the Columbia University subway station, 116th Street on the numbers 1 and 9 line.
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