Micol Hebron is an interdisciplinary artist whose practice includes studio work, curating, writing, social media, crowd-sourcing, teaching, public-speaking, and both individual and collaborative projects. She has been engaged in individual and collaborative projects in Los Angeles since 1992. Hebron is an Associate Professor of Art at Chapman University; the founder/director of The Situation Room, a resource space for the creative community; the Gallery Tally Poster Project about gender equity in contemporary galleries; and the Digital Pasty/Gender Equity initiative for the internet; the Feminist Friday community conversation series; Feminist Summer Camp in Utah, and Feminist Field School at the Centre Pompadour.
In the past she has been the Chief Curator at the Utah Museum of Contemporary Art; the director of the UCLA Summer Art Institute; an editorial board member at X-Tra magazine; an independent curator; a conservator at LACMA, and the co-founder of Gallery B-12 in Hollywood in the 90s. She has served on advisory boards at the LACMALAB Art + Technology program at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art; Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions, Birch Creek Ranch Residency (Utah), the Centre Pompadour neo-feminist residency in Northern France; and UCLA Art and Architecture scholarships. She is the founder of the LA Art Girls artist collective, and the Co-Founder of Fontbron Academy.
She employs strategies of consciousness-raising, collaboration, generosity, play, and participation to support and further feminist dialogues in art and life. Hebron has presented exhibitions, performances, and lectures at numerous international institutions.
Current and Upcoming projects include:
Developing curriculum and program for Feminist Summer Camp and Feminist Field Schools in Utah; Ercourt, France, and possibly Norway. An offshoot of Feminist Summer Camp, Feminist Overnight Camp will start in Summer 2021 in the Angeles National Forest and Mojave National Preserve.
Work from Gallery Tally is included in the exhibition "F-Bomb", curated by Maura Reilly, for the Daniel Art Center, Bard College, Simon's Rock, September 5th - November 9, 2019
Hebron will be presenting a paper on her feminist pedagogy and strategies at the College Art Association Conference, as part of a panel chaired by Hilary Robinson and Elspeth Mitchell, "The Longest March: Feminisms, Institutions, and Art", February 2020
Hebron's work has been mentioned or included in the following volumes:
Art of Feminism: Images that Shaped the Fight for Equality, 1857-2017, Helena Reckitt and Hilary Robinson, Chronicle Books, 2018
The best way to reach her is through social media. IG @unicornkiller1 Facebook: Micol Hebron Artist, or via email: firstname.lastname@example.org