Ligel Lambert, MFA (M.Ed. Candidate)
Ligel Lambert is an American (Haitian born, May 20, 1982) interdisciplinary contemporary artist, educator, graphic & web designer. He attended the Savannah Arts Academy, which is located in historic Savannah, Georgia. Lambert attended the Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD) briefly before joining the United State Marine Corps in December of 2000. After serving four honorable years in the United States Marines Corps as a Marine musician, specializing as a Marine Musician, Lambert was honorably discharged from active duty in December of 2004.
Lambert holds a bachelor’s of fine arts degree in graphic design (2011). He graduated with a MFA from the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (RMIT) in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia in December 2013. He also attended the University of West Florida and has completed coursework for a master’s degree in education.
Lambert’s work engages with an on-going exploration of issues of identity, self and pop culture. Within his creative process, Lambert values and is interested in an on-going facet of serendipitous combinations of colors, as with improvisation with sound; often utilizing specific cultural symbols from various social realms to convey his message to the audience at large. He has exhibited at the 2019 ArtExpo, New York and since 2004 has been apart of numinous art exhibitions within the United States and abroad. Selected exhibitions spaces include: The Armstrong Atlantic State University and Savannah State University’s gallery spaces; The Jewish Alliance Center, the Beach Institute/the King-Tisdell Cottage Foundation Inc, located, in Savannah, Georgia; the Averitt Center for the Arts- Statesboro, Georgia; 318 Art Sky / 318 in Su Zhou, China, Gallery spaces at RMIT University School of Art in Melbourne, Australia; and Pier 90, New York City, New York. He currently lives and works in New York City as working artist and educator.