RESUME
EDUCATION
2016Las Positas, Welding
2015CCSF, Art Portfolio
2013-2016Laney College, Drawing, Painting, Figure Sculpture, Color Theory
2002-2009Laney College, Ceramic Sculpture
2007Workshop, Monumental Public Art, John Toki
1994University of California, Berkeley, MBA
1981Tulane University, Ph.D. Program, Anthropology
1975University of California, Santa Barbara, B.A. cum laud, pre-Columbian culture of the new world. Art History and Studio Art
PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
1982-2012City College of San Francisco
Associate Vice-Chancellor of Governmental Relations, Dean, Faculty
1994-1998Faculty Association of California Community Colleges
President, Past President, Vice-President, Legislative Chair, Board Member, Liaison Academic Senate
AWARDS/GRANTS/FELLOWSHIPS
2016Juror’s Award: Wild/Mind: The Intersection of Instinct and Intellect, Gearbox Gallery, Oakland, CA. Juror: George Lawson.
Third Place, Spring Show, Las Positas College. Juror: Linda Ryan
2009Award of Excellence, National Juried Show, ACCI Gallery, Berkeley, CA
2008Ceramics Monthly, Undergraduate Showcase winner, September 2008. www.ceramicartsdaily.org
2004Edwin Crawford Award for Innovation, National Award from the Council for the Advancement and Support of Education, the National Association of State University and Land-Grant Colleges, the American Association of State College and Universities, and the American Association of Community Colleges for individuals who have made extraordinary contributions to the advancement, quality, and effectiveness of state relations on behalf of higher education institute or system. www.case.org
1977-1981NDFL national fellowship in Latin American Studies, Tulane University
EXHIBITIONS SOLO
2016Portrayals: Faces from the Classroom, June Steingart Gallery, Laney College, Oakland CA Fall
2013Flight and Float Series, Roscoe Ceramic Gallery, Oakland, CA
EXHIBITIONS GROUP
2016Vision in Clay, Horton Gallery, San Joaquin Delta College. Juror: Liz Quackenbush.
Politically Charged, Blue Line Gallery, Roseville, CA. Juror: Tony Natsoulas
Wild/Mind: The Intersection of Instinct and Intellect, Gearbox Gallery, Oakland, CA. Juror: George Lawson. Juror’s Award
Essential Figure, Bothwell Center for the Arts, Livermore
Spring Show, Las Positas College. Juror: Linda Ryan, Third Place
Member' Show, Richmond Art Center, Richmond, CA
Oakland Ambiguity, Laney College, Oakland, CA
Family Portraits, Richmond Art Center, Richmond. Jurors: Jan Wurm and Ric Ambrose
EcoArt, Gallery1313, Toronto, Canada, Juror: Phil Anderson
2015Hatch, City College Art Gallery, San Francisco, CA
Autumn Festival of the Lights, Lake Merritt, Oakland, CA
Members Show, Richmond Art Center, Richmond, CA
2014Members Show, Richmond Art Center, Richmond, CA
2013Members Show, Richmond Art Center, Richmond, CA
Ceramics Annual of America, Civic Center, San Francisco, CA
2012Ceramics Annual of America, Festival Pavilion, Fort Mason, San Francisco, CA
Members Show, Richmond Art Center, Richmond, CA
Small Works Show, Roscoe Ceramics Gallery, Oakland, CA
2011Ceramics Annual of America, Festival Pavilion, Fort Mason, San Francisco, CA
2010Ceramics Annual of America, Herbst Pavilion, Fort Mason, San Francisco, CA
2009Kelp, National Juried Show, ACCI Gallery, Berkeley, CA, Award. Juror: John Toki. Award of Excellence
Art Auction, Crocker Art Museum, Sacramento, CA
Big Names, Small Art, Crocker Art Museum, Sacramento, CA
Crocker-Kingsley 75th Anniversary, Sacramento, CA
Thompson Gallery, Livermore, CA
PUBLIC ART, COLLABORATIVE PROJECTS
2004-NowDirector and Creator, The Missing Student Project, 125 life size fiberglass sculptures, collaboration, 60 different community college art departments, Los Angeles, San Francisco, San Diego, Anaheim, San Jose, Sacramento.
2008-NowDirector and Creator, Student Success Stories, 90 life size soft sculptures, collaboration. City College of San Francisco, State Capitol Sacramento, Yerba Buena, American Association of Community College Trustees, www.ccsf.edu/ccsss
BIBLIOGRAPHY
2012The Internet of Experiences: Ceramics Annual of America
2008Student Success Stories Project
Ringed Tower, Undergraduate Showcase Winner, Ceramics Monthly, September
2004Missing Student Project
http://www.ccsf.edu/Library/exhibits/missing_students.html
'Missing' students on display in S.F., SF GATE, August, 21, 2004
Arvizu, Michael J. Raise Fees to $26 a Unit? No Way!, EL VAQUERO, April 2, 2004
Arvin, Michael J. Students protest proposed community college fee hikes, THE GLENDALE NEWS-PRESS, March 19, 2004
Gavilan students join protest, GILROY DISPATCH, March 16, 2004
Gavilan College students to join thousands in march on Sacramento on Monday, Gavilan College press release, March 12, 2004
Steegmans, Jerome. Budget Cuts Inspire Art, THE GUARDSMAN, December 10, 2003
Document Resolution: Missing Student Project
The Missing Community College Students
A Statewide Art Installation for Community College Advocacy

Annual Report to the Community, City College of San Francisco
Minutes, Yosemite Community College District Board of Trustees, January 14, 2004
Letters to the Editor, THE BERKELEY DAILY PLANET
Student Success Stories Project
Save Education - March to Sacramento March 22, 2010
Statues Exhibition Hilton Hotel
The 2012 March in March
California Community Colleges - Student Success Stories Project
PROFESSIONAL SERVICE
2004-2015League of Woman Voters, Communications, Voter Service
2010-2013Ceramics Annual of America, Board, Communications
1998-2012Association of Community and Continuing Education
Legislative Analyst
PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS
American Crafts Council, Minneapolis, MN
American Museum of Ceramic Art, Pomona, CA
Art Span, San Francisco, CA
Berkeley Art Center, Berkeley, CA
Bluelinearts.org, Davis, CA
International Sculpture Center, Hamilton Township, NJ
National Council on Education for Ceramic Arts
Pacific Rim Sculptors Chapter, International Sculpture, Bay Area, CA
ProArts, Oakland, CA
The Richmond Art Center, Richmond, CA