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Michelle Baharier
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Michelle Baharier is a critically acclaimed multidisciplinary participatory visual artist. She lives and works in South London and exhibits internationally.

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AWARDS AND FUNDING

2021               Arts Council Funding for Developing your Creative Practice, received funding £9,000.

2020               Arts Council Funding for the Walkie Talkie Project, received funding £24,000.

2020               UnLtd, Funding for Psycho Geography Walks, received funding of £5,000.

2019               Turning Point, Funding Psycho Geography Walks in West London with homeless people, received funding of £2,000.

2015               GSK IMPACT in collaboration with Kings Foundation, developing several artistic projects, dealing with mental health issues, received funding of £40,000.

2014               Health Education East London, NHS, Art on Prescription, received funding of £14,000.

2012               CoolTan Arts was recognised as ‘Creative Hero’ in Mental Healthy.

2010-11          CoolTan Arts Community Project Award.

2006               UnLtd, India learning journey, residency to learn from other social enterprises in India to create an income.

2005               UnLtd, Women make Art, Women Art Group, received funding of £5,000.

2004               UnLtd, Women make Art, Women Art Group, received funding of £2,000.

1996/97/98     Represented UK women Artists in the USA at the Women’s caucus of Arts for the Arts Council England

1996               Art of Housing Magazine with Nat West Markets, publication.

1996               Sex health and education exhibition at CoolTan Arts, funded by the London Arts Board,

1995               Slump, South London Undiscovered Master Pieces CoolTan Arts,

1987               The Slade School of Fine Art, Julian Sullivan Award, Student of Merit, PG Diploma, received funding of £500.

1986                The Slade School of Fine Art to publish a small collection

1985               Exeter Arts Centre, Springboard Competition, received funding of £150.