MICHELLE GREENE
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Biography


 Michelle Greene's has exhibited in galleries and museums nationally and internationally. There have been several articles about her work in The New York Times. She has also had articles in The International Herald Tribune, New York Newsday, New York Daily News, Art News Magazine, Oculus Magazine, and on the Pittsburgh Corning website. “Rail Riders’ Throne” is included in the book “New York's Underground Art Museum: MTA Arts & Design". 

Segments about her artwork have also appeared on ABC Television Paragon Cable, and Now or Never Radio. Her sculpture has been shown in films created for Chevron and Avid Technology. She received an Invitational Grant to work with the chemists at Engelhard Corporation, to create color pigments for powder coating sculptures. 

Education
Syracuse University, Bachelor of Fine Arts, Sculpture.
University of California Berkeley, College Teaching Credential. 

Teaching
 Currently, she is a Part-Time Associate Teaching Professor at Parsons School of Design at The New School University in New York City.  In past years, Michelle  has been a Part-time Associate Professor at New York Institute of Technology. In 2014 and 2015 she worked as a  Part-Time Lecturer at Brooklyn College. She has been on the faculty at New Jersey City University, The Sculpture Center, The Educational Alliance, Chabot College, and The Third Ward Art School. 



"Drawing in New York City"
Parsons / New School University class.