Kim Anno


Kim Anno is a painter, photographer, and film/video artist whose work has been collected and exhibited by museums nationally and internationally. Born in Los Angeles, Anno has had exhibitions and screenings at the University of Suffolk, England, 14th Annual New Media Festival, Seoul, Korea, Bejing, Chengdu, Shanghai, China, Yamanba projects, Tokyo, Japan,Kala Art Institute, Berkeley, Goethe Institute in Johannesburg, the Durban Municipal Gallery, South Africa in the "Don't Panic Exhibition", Flux Projects, Atlanta, Marcia Wood Gallery in Atlanta, Sky Dive Gallery, Houtson, San Francisco Asian Art Museum, Wave Form Gallery, Cincinnati, Patricia Sweetow Gallery in San Francisco, Seeline Gallery, LA, Patricia Correia Gallery, Santa Monica, Sue Scott Gallery, NY, Site Santa Fe Biennale: One Night Stand in New Mexico, the King's Art Center, California Retrospective, the Varnosi Museum in Hungary, DC Dusseldorf International Expo (Germany), Pulse, Miami, and the Berkeley Art Museum, the Denison University Museum, and Noel Art Museum. Anno's work was recently acquired by the Berkeley Art Museum, and the Crocker Art Museum. Recipient of the  Wallace Alexander Gerbode Foundation Purchase Award and the Eureka Foundation's Fleishhaker Fellowship, Anno has been a professor at the California College of the Arts since 1996. She was awarded fellowships: by the Zellerbach Foundation and the Open Circle Foundation, NY Docs, Brown Girls Doc Mafia, James L Knight Foundation, Center for Cultural Innovation, 2020, SF Airport public art commission 2021: “Long Arc of Day”.  Anno was a recipient of a Berkeley Film Foundation Award and published her second artists' book with the poet Anne Carson. Currently, she is publishing an artists book with “PacificAfuture” collective. In 2023 Anno will release her first feature film; “¡Quba!”

Her recent interests and expertise has been in the intersection of art and science, particularly in aesthetic issues surrounding climate change, water,and adaptation. She is currently at work on "¡Quba!", her first feature documentary film, as well as "90 Miles From Paradise" film about adaptation to sea level rise for both southern Florida and Havana, Cuba. In 2018, she completed making "Water City, Ipswich" a short film in her on-going series: Men and Women in Water Cities.

The influence of abstraction and abstracting something remains prominent in Anno's practice, with resulting work that remains "open, playful, and engaged with a difficult ephemeral beauty." Anno collaborates with other artists and musicians, integrating video, sculpture, sound, and interactivity in performative installations such as Jose Navarrete, Debby Kajiyama. Her photographs have been published in Harper’s Magazine, AreaParis magazine, Artpapers, Sierra Magazine,and Viz Journal from the University of California, Santa Cruz. Anno's work has been collected by SFMOMA, Berkeley Art Museum, Honolulu Academy of Fine Art Museum, Brooklyn Museum, Crocker Museum of Art, Oakland Museum, Walker Museum, Columbia University Library, University of Texas, Austin, Getty Research Institute, Goethe Institute, Library of Congress, among others.



2023 Anglim/Trimble Gallery, Kim Anno new work, publication of monograph 2021 “Long Arc of Day “ Public glass mural commission SFO aiport Terminal 2-3 

¡Quba! feature film premiere tba
2020 Live interview, Instagram Live, Marcia Wood Gallery
2019 “Nature Studies” exhibition, screening Water City, Ipswich, Water Town, 

Johannesburg, Minnesota Projects, San Franscisco
2018 Nature Studies paintings, video, University of Suffolk, England 

“Water City, Ipswich”, UK, Sonoma County Museum, Santa Rosa 2017 New paintings and photography, Patricia Sweetow Gallery, Oakland 

Wonder, paintings, Marcia Wood Gallery, Atlanta
90 Miles From Paradise Screening and Presentation, Havana, Cuba
Codex International Book Fair, The Albertine Work Out exhibition, California 

2016 “Peaceable Kingdoms” Paintings, Patricia Sweetow Gallery, Oakland, California 2015 Director, dance performance: Drought: 1200 with Nakadance company 

CCA back lot in San Francisco 

lecture/screening, with poet Anne Carson at American Writers Conference, Minneapolis, The Albertine Work Out Book
2014 Lineage, performance, Contemporary Jewish Museum in collaboration with Joyce Burstein, NY 

Water City,Berkeley, screening, lecture &interview on Queer Ecologies with Adrian Parr, College of Environmental Design, U C Berkeley 

Screening, Water City, Berkeley, Marcia Wood Gallery, Atlanta
Windows Project, Atlanta, “Peaceable Kingdom” six channel installation, Georgia State University
Tarrant Gallery, Fort Worth, “Water City, Berkeley” video installation Patricia Sweetow Gallery, New paintings, exhibition 

2013 Kala Art Institute, “Water City Berkeley” Screening” live performance, Berkeley “Water City, Berkeley” screening, performance, Something Spacious, Oakland New Photography, video, Marcia Wood Gallery, Atlanta
Berc Symposium, UC Berkeley, Pauley theatre screening installation 

2012 “Water City, Durban”, solo exhibition, Goethe Institute Gallery, Johannesburg, South Africa 

2011 Flux Projects, Atlanta “Men and Women in Water Cities”monumental screening “Kim Anno New Work” exhibition,Sky Dive Gallery, Houston, TX 

2010 Marcia Wood Gallery, solo exhibition,Atlanta, GA
2009 “Liquiescent” new paintings,Patricia Sweetow Gallery, San Francisco 

“Kim Anno Retrospective” King’s Art Center, Hanford, CA
2007 “Kim Anno”Marcia Wood Gallery, Atlanta, Georgia
2005 Patricia Sweetow Gallery, San Francisco, CA
2004 Patricia Sweetow Gallery, San Francisco, CA
2004 University of Michigan, Institute For The Humanities, Ann Arbor, MI 2003 “New paintings”Marcel Sitcoske Gallery San Francisco, CA
2001 “New Work”Patricia Correia Gallery, Santa Monica, CA
2000 Zaloren Arte Contemporaneo Gallery, Mexico City 

Paintings”Patricia Correia Gallery, Santa Monica, CA 1997 Patricia Correia Gallery, Santa Monica, CA 

2021 “Breathing” Large scale video installation,Wave Form Gallery, Cincinnati,OH 

International Youth Film Festival” H/our Breath screening, Bejing, Shanghai, Wuhan, Guangzhou, Chengdu
2019 Yamanba International exhibition, paintings, Tokyo, Japan 

screening 90 Miles From Paradise in progress 

Emboldened, USF, photography, and video: 90 Miles From Paradise 2018 Sonoma County Museum of Art, Paintings, video 

Utopia , video and photography, Vessel Gallery, Oakland 

¡Quba! documentary screening, rough cut, Eastside Arts Alliance, Oakland 2017 Codex, International book expo, Richmond,CA solo exhibit new books 

LAST festival, San jose, collaborative sculpture installation on art+science Surface exhibition, University of Suffolk, Ipswich,UK
"In the Open", University of Leeds, "Men and Women in Water Cities" book 

2016 Under the Radar Festival, Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
Art Market Expo, paintings, Patricia Sweetow Gallery, 

2015 Reading/performance of The Albertine Work Out, American Writers and Writing program conference, Minneapolis
Codex, International book expo: “The Albertine Work Out” artists book, with 

Anne Carson
Who is Oakland? Photographs, Oakland Museum, curated by Evelyn Orantes, 

Chris Johnson
2014 “Water City, Berkeley” screening Mediate’s Sound Wave 6, San Francisco 

Water City, Berkeley video installation” NEMAF 14th New Media Festival of Seoul, Korea 


New photographs, Commonwealth Club, Queer Cultural Center, curated by Pam Peniston
“Falling” video screening, “Steal This Bike” exhibition, Mint Gallery, Atlanta 

Lineage, (Beat Poets)” video/performance collaboration with Joyce Burstein, Contemporary Jewish Museum, San Francisco 

Manipulated, Contemporary Conceptual Photography”, photographs, Savannah College of Art and Design
The illuminated Library”, video, SFSU Fine Arts Gallery
New Media Combinations”, paintings, Berkeley Art Center “Ouroboros”, video, Root Divsion Gallery, San Francisco 

2012 Art Miami, Marcia Wood Gallery
Asian Art Museum, Match exhibition, video installation “Flickering Objects” Somarts, 15th Annual United States of Asia America Festival 

2011 Vargus Museum, From the ArchiveManilla, Phillippines
Aggregate Space, Oakland
“Unpunished” curated by Nayland Blake, Sue Scott Gallery, NY
Ground Control” Seeline gallery, curated by Janet Levy Pacific Design Center, Los Angeles 

2010 “Open Water” video screening, SFMOMA live Art program, with Open Restaurant 

Site Santa Fe Museum Biennale “One Night Stand” video exhibition 

“Intimate Nature” Berkeley Art Center, collaboration with Ricardo Rivera, David Coll, Live/recorded video installation
“Alluring Subversions” Oliver Gallery, CCA
Unbound, National Book Exhibition” Bedford Gallery, Walnut Creek, CA Denison University Museum 

Noel Art Museum, Odessa, Texas
Earth Vibes” (projection) University Memorial Center, Glenn Miller Ballroom, Boulder, CO
Earth Day, Denver Performing Arts Complex Sculpture Park (projection) 

2009 Eleanor D. Wilson Museum, Roanoke, VA 

Gardiner Art Gallery, Oklahoma University 

Mandeville Gallery
2008 “Looking Back” Patricia Sweetow Gallery 

Distaff Toolkit” Bennington Museum, Vermont Mead Museum, Amherst College
Morris Museum, New Jersey 

2007 Patricia Sweetow Gallery, SF
Banzai&Godzilla, Then and Now, SFMOMA Artists Gallery DC Düsseldorf International Art Expo, Germany 

2006 LA Art Expo, Santa Monica Auditorium
Scope ,International Contemporary Art Expo, Miami, Florida DC Düsseldorf International Art Exposition, Germany College of St. Benedict/St. John’s, Minnesota
Pyramid Atlantic Book Arts Fair, Silver Spring, Maryland Patricia Sweetow Gallery, SF
Paba Gallery, New Haven, Conn.
Los Angeles International Art Expo, L.A., Calif. 

University of Minnesota, Art Gallery, Minneapolis 

Pulse Miami International Art Expo, Miami, Florida
2005 Fleishhaker Foundation’s Eureka Fellowship Award Exhibition, Berkeley Art 


Varnosi Museum, Csurgo, Hungary (first American artist exhibited)
2004 Tucson Museum of Art, Arizona, “Paint on Metal” curated by Julie Sasse 

Luther Burbank Contemporary Art Museum, Santa Rosa, California 

U.S. embassy, Doha, Qatar
2003 Chautauqua Center for the arts, Chautauqua New York, with Al Held, Martin 


Richard E. Peeler Art Center, DePauw University, Greencastle, Indiana 2002 “Being There 45 Oakland Artists” Oakland Museum 

Butler Institute of American Art, Youngstown, Ohio
Ben Shan Gallery, William Patterson University, Wayne, New Jersey Suny Fredonia Gallery
Nina Freudenheim Gallery, Buffalo, New York
Sara Moody Gallery of Art, University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, Al 

2001 “Watercolor in the Abstract” curated by Pamela Auchincloss Hyde Collection, Glen Falls, New York
“Drawing Residency” Refusalen, San Francisco
‘Calligraphy Legacy” Transamerica Pyramid Gallery, San Francisco 

2000 Maier Art Museum, Lynchburg, Virginia
Pro-Arts Gallery, Oakland, Calif. "Indigenous Festivals".
Art in General, "Yaddo artists and Writers" New York, NY
Hyde Collection, Glen Falls, New York
Ambassador General's Estate, Kualalampur, Indonesia, Art in Embassies Program 

1999 Yerba Buena Center For the Arts, San Francisco, CA Biennial, Orange County Museum of Art, Newport, CA 


2020 City of Pacifica, Pacific/A/Future Public Art Commission performance, film 2018 Robertson Family Fund fellowship, for ¡Quba! documentary film 

Berkeley Film Foundation, ¡Quba! documentary film
Barbara Hammer Foundation Finalist, 90 Miles From Paradise Fire Light foundation, finalist, ¡Quba! 

2017 Latin Public Broadcasting Finalist for ¡Quba! documentary Puffin Foundation Award, for 90 Miles From Paradise 

2016 Mayor’s appointee to the City of Berkeley Arts Commission
2015 Zero One Arts Incubator, finalist, (notification August2015), film project in Yogyakarta, Indonesia, May 2016. 

California College of the Arts Faculty development grant: Peaceable Kingdom Open Circle Foundation fellowhip for Peaceable Kingdom 

Kala Art Institute, Masters Award for Art
2014 Berkeley Film Foundation Award for “Water City, Berkeley” 2013 Sustainable Arts Foundation Fellowship award for Kala residency 

St. Ben’s Literary Institute commission for “The Albertine Work Out” artist’sbook with poet, Anne Carson, Minnesota
2012 Open Circle Foundation Fellowship: Men and Women in Water Cities 

Zellerbach foundation Fellowship for Interdisciplinary new work 2011 Zellerbach Foundation Fellowship for Photography book 

Goethe Institute Fellowship, Bartel Arts Trust residency for “Men and Women in Water Cities” video project Durban, South Africa
2010 Zellerbach Foundation Fellowship For new interdisciplinary work 

Men and Women in Water Cities” 

SFMOMA board member, Phyllis Moldow, large-scale private commission. 2006 Press bed project, published by Magnolia Editions 

Artist in Residence Print project, San Francisco State University
2005 Hungarian International Artists’ Residency Award, Varnosi Museum, Csurgo, 

2004 University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Paula and Edwin Sidman Visiting 

Humanities Fellowship 

2004 Eastside Editions, published Elysian Drift, limited edition etching
2003 Eureka Foundation, Fleishhaker Fellowship
2002 California Arts Council Fellowship for American Violence Art Projec
2001 St. Benedict's Press Artists' Book Commission for The Mirror of Simple Souls 

by poet Anne Carson, art by Kim Anno
Gerbode Foundation Purchase Award for the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art; Honolulu Academy of Art Museum
City of Richmond, West Contra Costa County Health Center “LGBT Mirgration Stories” Exhibition Grant 

2000 Astraea Foundation Fellowship
Creative Work Fund Grant
, Walter and Elise Haas Foundation 

1999 San Francisco Art Commission Individual Artist Commission
John S. and James L. Knight Foundation Fellowship
at Yaddo Corporation 


2022 PacificAfuture photography, text by Kim Anno, Modesto Covarrubias, Alica Escott
2021 Godzilla: Asian American Arts Network, anthology by Howie Chen, Anno article 2020 Duke Form, APAHM, Asian American Artists, Duke University 

“Notes From the Pandemic” Marcia Wood gallery video interview
2019 New York Times, “What if We” video with Climate Music Project, Science section Nov. 9, 

USF catalogue, Emboldened exhibition
Journal of Museum Studies, Birnbaum author, article about Emboldened SF Chronicle, photograph 

The Studio Visit profile
2018 BBC Radio Suffolk, interview, UK
2017 Interview, photographs, San Francisco Voice Magazine 

Areaparis magazine, photograph, interview
Queering Contemporary Asian Art by Laura Kina, and Janice Christian Bernabe Cover image, and chapter on my work, “The Grand Tour”
Contemporary Painting
, article, China Academy Catalogue 

2016 KQED Arts Online Journal, lead image, “Lower 9th” by Kim Anno
Quiet Lightening’s Vitriol magazine, Kim Anno’s Dante
Art Papers, National magazine, May/June issue Cover, Photography essay, text:Dante’s Purgatorio Canto 1, adapted by Kim Anno
News &Record, Greensboro, North Carolina, photography, interview 

2015 SFAQ, Kim Anno interview with Ville kansenen, by Lauren Marsden
New works by Anno and Kansenen, photographs
Color Photograph, Nakadance, (Anno underwater photography) San Francisco Chronicle, pink section
Lecture, The Albertine Work Out “ with Anne Carson, American Writers, and Writing Program conference, Minneapolis 

2014 “The Evolution of Environmental Artivism” Utne Reader
Sierra Magazine, Sierra club, interview
,”Can Art Schools Save the Planet?” Heaven’s Ball” photograph
The Albertine Work Out, published by St. Ben’s Literary Arts Institute, collaboration with Poet, Anne Carson, artists’ book, Minnesota
Cover image, Signs, ‘Women, Culture, and Society’,University of Rutgers 

2013 Review, Water City, Berkeley, Daily
Water City, Berkeley, review ,Art Practical by John Zarobell
7x7 Magazine, San Francisco, “Ouroboros” exhibition
Arts Atlanta Review: The Albertine Work Out, Assymptote Literary magazine, photographs 

2012 Viz Journal of Visual and Critical Studies, UCSC, Water photographs, essay by Anno 

Johannesburg Critical Theory Workshop Blog Water City: Durban” review water.html 

2011 Durban Municipal Gallery, Durban, South Africa “Don’t Panic” Catalogue “Kim Anno, the Universal Statement” Debu parve Art Blog, India
Art Practical, Anno Interview, by Bruno Fazzolari, photographs Jan. 

2010 “Winter 3” Harper’s Magazine photograph published
Review solo show, Creative Loafing, Atlanta by Deanna Sirlin photograph “Nocturne & Chocolate” interview by Giulla Mattiello, Milan, Italy Motherhood & Philosophy, “Lesbians mothering an Intensely Masculine Son”, by Kim Anno, edited by Sheila Lintott, Wiley-Blackwell Publishers 

2009 Hanford Sentinel, photo, interview, article King’s Art Center Anno Retrospective Eco-Artspace Journal, “Rising Tide: the Arts and Ecological Ethics Conference “Anno’s Abstraction Fluid and Mindful” by Kenneth Baker, San Francisco Chronicle 

Solo Catalogue, Patricia Sweetow Gallery
2007 Twentieth Century Asian American Artists’ Encyclopedia, Greenwood Press 

edited by Kara Kelley Hallmark 2006 Art in America, citation 

Artweek, August, “Perimeters of Narrative”
San Francisco Weekly “Perimeters of Narrative” by Hiya Swanhuyser June 15
Art Forum, Critics Picks, “Perimeters of Narrative” San Francisco by Glen Helfand 

2005 San Francisco Chronicle, review, photograph, Kenneth Baker, Nov. 12
SF Gate.Com, photograph, review, Kenneth Baker
Look, See, art blog by Chris Ashley, photograph
Paint On Metal interview, photograph, published by the Tucson Museum of Art 

2004 San Francisco Chronicle, review, photograph Kenneth Baker, June 12 Ann Arbor News, Michigan April 2004
Art Week, September, 2004 review, photography, Sweetow Gallery Stretcher, on line magazine, review 

Art Week, review, “Art at the Corner of Three Dimensions”Nov.2004
2003 The Chautauquan Daily, New York review, photograph by Anthony Brannon 

The Mirror of Simple Souls, a limited edition letterpress book, in collaboration with poet Anne Carson, published by St. Benedict's Press, Minnesota
Women artists of the American West by Susan Ressler
San Francisco Chronicle, review by Kenneth Baker April 5 


San Francisco International Airport
US Library of Congress
Newberry Library, Chicago
Stanford University Library
Koopman Collection at the Koninklijke Bibliotheek in The Haag The Getty Research Institute, Getty Museum, Los Angeles 

San Francisco Museum of Modern Art
Library of Congress, Washington DC
Honolulu Academy of Fine Art
Koopman collection, Hague Libary special collections Bronx Museum 

Berkeley Art Museum
Walker Museum, Minneapolis Crocker Art Museum
Yale University Library 

Herzog-Anton Ulrich Museum, Braunshweig, Germany San Francisco State University
Oakland Museum, Oakland, Calif.
Columbia University Special Collections Library 

Mills College, Art Gallery, Special Collections Library, Oakland, Calif. University of California, Santa Cruz
University of California Berkeley Library
University of Arizona, Tucson 

Arizona State University Gallery, Tempe, Arizona Kresge Museum, Michigan State University Gallery Wiseman Art Gallery, University of Minnesota Richard Brush Gallery, St. Lawerence University College of the Holy Cross, Worcester, Mass. Wichita State University Museum 

American Embassy in Qatar
Harriet Tubman Museum, Macon, Georgia St. John’s University, Minnesota
College of St. Benedict, Minnesota University of Michigan
University of Texas, Austin
Library of Congress, Washington DC 

Lectures, panels, interviews 

2022 Asian Women Artists documentary
Asian Art Museum panel, Bernice Bing exhibition 

2021 Contested Territories, K. Anno Curator, Anglim/Trimble Gallery, Minnesota Projects, SF 

University of California, Santa Cruz panel on artists’ life in society 2020 Princeton University visiting critic 

NY Docs, screening, discussion media market 

Think Tank: Hybrid Learning, global zoom 8 week gathering
2019 University of San Francisco Panel Discussion: International Women’s Day 

Yamanba International symposium lecture, Tokyo, Japan
2018 New York Foundation for the Arts, immigrant artist mentorship 

University of Suffolk, lecture on films, paintings, and photographs
Panelist, Minnesota Projects, with Ian Winters project
2017 Panelist, Contemporary Painting, China Academy of Art, Hangzhou, China KPOO, interview with Tony MIyambo
KPFA interview with Thea Farhadian
Laser Talk “Dante and Climate change” UC Berkeley
Contemporary painting, University of Suffolk 

2016 Berkeley Art Museum, lunch time lecture on Frank Gillete, Theodore Rousseau Out in Sustainability, Key Note lecture on recent work. 

Quiet Lightening, Dante improvisation and Lecture, with Pamela Z University of Cincinnati, Ohio, lecture/screening, Anno’s new work Bennett College, North Carolina lecture, screening, artists’ residency 

2015 Panel chair, Art and Science in the Studio, National Conference CCA
Graduate Lecture, my work, Graduate lecture series San Francisco Art Institute Draft legislation, Private Percent for the arts , City of Berkeley
Lecture, California Studies Association Conference, Dry Times in the Golden State,USF,
Damage Control, Ville Kanasan, and Kim Anno, SFAQ by Lauren Marsden 

2014 Interview, screening of Water City Berkeley, UC Berkeley school of Architecture and Design, with Unesco Water Chair, Adrian Parr
Lecture, New works, Tarrant Gallery, Fort Worth, TX
Georgia State University, Lecture, screening , Men and Women in Water Cities. 

2012 Lecture, Goethe Institute, Johannesburg “Water City: Durban” Samsung/Planar Technologies Research and development project 

2011 lecture, Cop 17, my current project, “Men and Women in Water Cities” Durban, South Africa 

2010 Curator, exhibition, Patricia Sweetow Gallery
Producer, Ice on the High’s Euphonia concert, Miranda Mellis reading Appointed to the Berkeley Arts Commission, by Councilman Kriss Worthington Panelist, Zellerbach foundation, Community Arts Program
Panelist, San Francisco Arts Commission, Native American Grants Panel 

2009 “Rearranging Abstraction” College Art Association, Los Angeles chair, panel Director, “Rising Tide: The Arts and Ecological Ethics” Conference CCA/Stanford Juror, “Natural Balance” exhibition, Univeristy of Girona, Spaiin
Lecture, “Art and Ecological Ethics” University of Girona, Spain 

Berkeley Unified School District Arts Advisory Committee member 

Native American Arts Grants Panel Juror, San Francisco Arts Commission 2008 Panel lecture, on my current work, Arts Benicia, sponsored by American 

Association of University Women
Lecture, Tipping points in the Green Revolution, California Studies Association UC Berkeley
ABCTV, Bay Area Channel, interview: the arts and the green revolution 

2007 Juror, Bedford Gallery Youth Exhibition, Walnut Creek
College Art Association panel, presenting paper on “The Intellectual Erotics in Collaboration ” NYC 

2006 Yale University Lecture “The influence of the L.A. Woman’s building, the 1970’s West Coast Feminist Art Movement, on my own current book and public art projects”
Slide Lecture: American Violence Project, UC Santa Cruz 

Lecture, my work, California State Summer School for the Arts, Cal Arts Curator, Patricia Sweetow Gallery, “Perimeters of Narrative” SF Alameda County Purchase Award Juror 

2005 KPFA Radio Documentary, interview w/ Jackie Baas, Buddha Mind and Anno 

Csurgo Television, interview, channel 3, Hungary
Radio panel discussion interviewer and moderator, KPFA, two contemporary artists, Michelle Lee and Tyler Cohen 

2004 Creative Work Fund Juror for Visuals Arts Awards
Moderator, Inter-Faith Progressive Leaders Speak On Coalition Building, CCA 

2004 University of Michigan, Lecture on The Mirror of Simple Souls
2003 Interview, Minnesota Public Radio, “A Question of Faith” radio show 1999 Co-Curator, Bernice Bing Retrospective, SOMAR, San Francisco 

Panel, "Women's Issues in Art History" WCA San Francisco Conference KQED, Michael Krasny's Forum show, panel on Public Art 


1996-Current Professor,CaliforniaCollegeofArtsandCrafts,
1993-96 lecturer, University of California, Berkeley
1994-95 Visiting Professor, Stanford University
1992-95 Visiting Artist, San Francisco Art Institute
1990-01 Assistant Professor,visiting,full time faculty, Louisiana State University 1989-90 Lecturer, full time faculty Ohio State University