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Michelle

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dyslexicRant

Last Name

Baharier

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Artist

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Michelle Baharier

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Artiste

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Michelle Baharier is a critically acclaimed multidisciplinary participatory visual artist. She lives and works in South London and exhibits internationally across the UK, USA, Europe, and the Middle East. Artistic Director/Founder and CEO of the charity CoolTan Arts, run by and for disabled people, Michelle has also won the coveted Julian Sullivan Award. 
Studied at Slade School of Fine Art University College London UK, Exeter College of Art and Design UK, The University of the Arts, Hochschule für Bildende Künste Städelschule, Frankfurt am Main Germany, and Watford College of Art and Design UK.
In 2021, she received an award from Arts Council England to create “The Walkie Talkies” – digital artworks on display at The London Transport Museum and available on YouTube on Disability Arts Online’s page.

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assistant.michellebaharier@gmail.com

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michellebaharier.co.uk

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About

Michelle Baharier is a critically acclaimed multidisciplinary participatory visual artist. She lives and works in South London and exhibits internationally across the UK, USA, Europe, and the Middle East. Artistic Director/Founder and CEO of the charity CoolTan Arts, run by and for disabled people, Michelle has also won the coveted Julian Sullivan Award.

Studied at Slade School of Fine Art University College London UK, Exeter College of Art and Design UK, The University of the Arts, Hochschule für Bildende Künste Städelschule, Frankfurt am Main Germany, and Watford College of Art and Design UK.

In 2021, Michelle was awarded by Arts Council England to create The Walkie Talkies, digital artworks available at the London Transport Museum and on Disability Arts Online’s Youtube Channel.

Alongside her multidisciplinary artworks, Michelle has led Women’s Marches and walks throughout London based on Charles Dickens.

Michelle engages in the Disability Social Art movement, including running CoolTan Arts, which was run by and for disabled people. She blogs for Disability Arts Online, has a gallery with Outside In.

She also teaches at Morley College and Royal Academy.