I’m a doctoral candidate in Art History at the CUNY Graduate Center, a Curatorial Assistant in the Architecture + Design department at the Museum of Modern Art, New York, and an educator in art, architecture, and design histories at several institutions (currently Parsons The New School for Design and The Frick Collection; formerly at CUNY’s Baruch College and Harvard’s Gradate School of Design, among others).

My research centers on social histories of architecture, contemporary art, museums, and art pedagogy. I’m currently at work co-editing a book on collaboration in the visual arts and architecture, to be published by Courtauld Books Online in fall 2017. You can find a full list of academic and popular publications here.

In 2011, I founded ArtHistoryTeachingResources.org, a Kress Foundation-funded project now used in over 185 countries.

I help make exhibitions on design like this one at MoMA and this one in Seoul, Korea, and I organize programs like this one (also at MoMA) on contemporary fashion design and this one at MIT on the intersections of design, technology, and science, and make books like this.

You can find a full work and academic bio on LinkedIn and a recent interview with Harvard’s GSD here.

Email: michellemillarfisher [at] gmail [dot] com

Twitter (@michellemfisher & @a_h_t_r)