MFA, Sculpture and Textiles, May 1992
San Francisco State University
BFA, Textiles, May 1981
University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
55” Images of Sea Level Rise, Abstraction Meets Reality Hayward Shoreline Interpretive Ctr. 2014
Fresh Works Harrington Gallery, Pleasanton, CA 2013
In Celebration of Women Prescott Joseph Center, Oakland 2012
Women in Nature Hayward Shoreline Interpretive Ctr. 2011
Group Exhibition Gallery at Third St. Grind, Oakland 2001
MFA Graduate Exhibition San Francisco 1992
International Icon Show The Castle Gallery, Billings, MT 1990
The Art of Recycling San Francisco 1989
Recycled Artifacts…Continues Old Oakland Gallery 1989
Recycled Artifacts Hatley Martin Gallery, SF 1988
Two Person Show Studio One Art Center, Oakland 1988
Special Studies Group Exhibit Fiberworks, Berkeley 1987
Member Exhibit – Artists Equity Washington D.C. 1987
Bay Currents Studio One Art Center 1987
Olympic Games Art Exhibition Los Angeles 1984
Small Works Washington Sq. East Galleries, NYC 1982
New Directions Detroit Focus Gallery 1982
Dimensions on Site Contemporary Art Institute 1982
Drawings Detroit Focus Gallery 1981
RECREATION SUPERVISOR -
Hayward Area Recreation and Park District (H.A.R.D.)
Supervise Nature Unit, Special Interest, East Ave. Camps, and Special Interest programs. Serve as District representative on the Adapting to Rising Tides Project, the Hayward Shoreline focus area, and on the Technical Advisory Committee for Hayward Area Shoreline Planning Agency (HASPA-TAC).
RECREATION SUPERVISOR, RECREATION DIRECTOR, and GENERAL SUPERVISOR -
City of Oakland - Office of Parks and Recreation (OPR)
Supervised 6-11 recreation centers in Oakland and citywide cultural arts programs for OPR, including directing the Oakland Fine Arts Summer School, a joint program between the Oakland Unified School District and OPR, from 1993 to 1999. Served 300 to 700 patrons annually at up to three sites simultaneously for four to six weeks.
Children’s Program Director - Studio One Art Center (1989-1995)
Planned and coordinated all classes and workshops for the Children's Program at citywide arts center.
Director of Arts Camp at Feather River for 6 years-- a one-week away camp emphasizing art and nature.
OTHER LEADERSHIP ROLES
VICE PRESIDENT, Board of Directors, San Francisco Children's Art Center, 1998
PRESIDENT, Board of Directors, Artist Equity Association - Northern California Chapter, 1987
PRESIDENT, California Parks and Recreation Society, District III, 2006
PRESENTATIONS AND PUBLICATIONS
National Recreation and Parks Association (NRPA) conferences (1993, 1995) on the Oakland Performing Arts Camp
At-Risk Youth Colloquium in Fort Worth, Texas (1995) on the Oakland Performing Arts Camp
Recreation Programs that Work for At-Risk Youth: The Challenge of Shaping the Future (Venture Publishing; 1996). Uses Oakland Performing Arts Camp as a case study for engaging at-risk youth.