California College of the Arts
NEWS spring 2011
LETTER FROM THE PRESIDENT Dear Friends, I am delighted to share some exciting news with you. At the end of February 2011 we purchased the vacant lot adjacent to the main San Francisco campus building. Our wonderful Board of Trustees spearheaded the effort and provided the financing for the acquisition of this two-and-a-half-acre parcel. We have no immediate plans for developing the lot, but of course there are a number of ideas for temporary uses. Development for long-term use is several years away and will involve extensive research, planning, and community involvement as well as a major fundraising effort. For now, I’m looking forward to creating a process to gather input from the CCA community as well as from the broader Bay Area arts and education community. Acquiring this property has been a goal of the college for many years, and I am excited to be at the helm at this time. I’ve been extremely fortunate to work with CCA’s board on the project. I extend my deep appreciation for their excellent generosity, support, and stewardship in ensuring the future of the college. CCA has been a tremendous success story in the last 15 years, with enrollment increasing by more than 75 percent and demand for our programs continuing to grow. Acquiring this property opens up a world of new potential for CCA to lead the way in delivering the best possible arts education, now and in the future. Thank you for your continued interest and support. Sincerely,
Stephen Beal President
Managing Editor Lindsey Westbrook Contributors Susan Avila, Chris Bliss, Simon Hodgson, Barbara Jones, Jessica Russell, Lindsey Westbrook Faculty Advisor Bob Aufuldish Design & Production Manager Steve Spingola Design CCA Sputnik / Jen Allender CCA Communications Department 1111 Eighth Street, San Francisco CA 94107-2247; 415.703.9542; email@example.com Change of address? Please notify the CCA Advancement Office, 5212 Broadway, Oakland CA 94618; 510.594.3779; firstname.lastname@example.org Printed by Oscar Printing Company, San Francisco Photo credits All artworks are reproduced with the kind permission of the artists and/or their representatives, copyright the artists, unless otherwise noted. Watercolor artwork: Jen Allender; inside front cover: Jim Norrena; p. 1 (left): Charles Villyard, artwork commissioned by the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art in conjunction with 75 Years of Looking Forward; p. 1 (right): Don Tuttle Photography; p. 2: Jessica Russell; p. 3 (top): James Carrière; p. 3 (bottom): photo provided by the Oakland Museum of California; p. 5 (bottom): collection of the Oakland Museum of California, gift of the artist in memory of Edna Stoddard Siegriest; p. 6: Laura Morton for Drew Altizer Photography; p. 7 (all except bottom right): Nikki Ritcher Photography; p. 7 (bottom right): Jim Norrena; pp. 8–9: Douglas Sandberg Photography.
SCHOOL NEWS CCA ANNOUNCES THE LAUNCH OF ITS NEWLY REDESIGNED WEBSITE If you haven’t already, check out CCA’s recently redesigned website! Many months of research, negotiation, and hard work went into the redesign, the primary goal of which was to display more prominently the wealth of talent contributed to the college by its students, faculty, alumni, and staff. The new site offers drop-down menus from the main navigation on the homepage, an expanded audience-based main menu, larger homepage images with added selection features, more prominent displays of video, and built-in social media features.
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CCA ALUMNA AND FACULTY AMONG WINNERS OF $50,000 FELLOWSHIPS FROM UNITED STATES ARTISTS In December 2010 United States Artists, a national grant-making and advocacy organization, announced the recipients of 50 new USA Fellowships, totaling $2.5 million. Winners in the visual arts include CCA faculty member Allison Smith and alumna Anna Von Mertens (MFA 2000). The chair of the architecture and design panel was faculty member Karen Fiss.
ABOVE Anna Von Mertens Frida Kahlo’s Aura, with Thorn Necklace and Hummingbird, 2009 LEFT Allison Smith Fancy Work (Scattergood Quilt), 2010
NEW ALUMNI/STUDENT MENTORSHIP PROGRAM “We did a meaningful critique of my student’s work and restructured her résumé. We attended gallery openings and had substantive discussions about art in general and art as a profession. I also shared many of my resources, such as lists of residencies.” Mentor Iris Charabi-Berggren
“The student demonstrated a devotion to her craft and a grasp of theory that makes me want to work with her on future projects. Our relationship will almost certainly continue after the formal mentorship program ends.” Mentor Kevin Clarke
“It was a very valuable learning experience. I toured my mentor’s studio and discussed methods of working and material acquisition. I showed my own work and talked about my current process, and I was guided to consider materials and resources I hadn’t previously.” Student Nichelle Lee
“My mentor was amazing and so helpful! This is one of the most fundamental programs I have participated in during my time at CCA. I would be more than happy to be a mentor after graduation.” Student Kelly Puleio
CCA’s new Alumni/Student Mentorship Program connects students with alumni for a semester of one-on-one mentoring sessions. The alumni draw on their own experiences and expertise to provide the students with professional advice, encouragement, inspiration, and realistic critiques. The pilot session began in spring 2010, with 10 fine arts alumni matched with 10 third-year and fourth-year students in fine arts programs. It was so successful that the program has doubled its numbers in spring 2011, matching 20 alumni with 20 students. The program begins with a kickoff training session for all participants. Mentors and students receive guidance on how to shape their future sessions to best meet their needs and time constraints. Three one-onone meetings follow over the course of the term, consisting of studio or business tours, job shadowing, mock interviews, portfolio reviews, brainstorming sessions, gallery visits, résumé reviews, or anything else the duo chooses. The semester ends with a group wrap-up session and celebration. Alumni are invited to be mentors! Email us at email@example.com. To participate, you must have majored in the fine arts and/or work in a fine arts field, have had a positive experience during your years at CCA, and be currently working in an art-related career or studio practice. Students are nominated by CCA faculty, and then invited to submit an application to the program. Final pairings are made by the Career Services and Alumni Relations offices.
LEFT Mentor Alicia Escott (MFA 2009) at the spring 2011 kickoff event BELOW Mentor Bryson Ashley Gill (Painting/Drawing 2005) and student Morell Cutler (Painting/Drawing 2013)
ALUMNA RUTH LASKEY RECEIVES SECA ART AWARD The San Francisco Museum of Modern Art has announced the recipients of the 2010 SECA Art Award, and CCA alumna Ruth Laskey (Painting/ Drawing 1999, MFA 2005) is among the four winners. The SECA Art Award honors Bay Area artists who are working independently at a high level of artistic maturity, but who have yet to receive substantial recognition. Works by Laskey and the other recipients (Mauricio Ancalmo, Colter Jacobsen, and Kamau Amu Patton) will be featured in an exhibition (with accompanying catalog) that will open at SFMOMA in fall 2011. Laskey’s artistic focus is on the relatively unexplored territory that weaving occupies within the context of art history.
ANIMATION CHAIR ANDREW LYNDON CURATES PENCIL TO PIXEL AT OAKLAND INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT Andrew Lyndon is CCA’s chair of Animation, a digital imaging and video instructor at Pixar Animation Studios, and now also a guest curator for the Oakland Museum of California, having organized the exhibition Pencil to Pixel for the museum’s off-site location at Oakland International Airport. This carefully conceived and beautifully presented show explored the world of contemporary animation via the artwork of four Bay Area studios: DreamWorks, Industrial Light and Magic, Pixar Animation Studios, and Tippett Studio. The exhibition was part of an ongoing partnership between the airport and the Oakland Museum; the shows are viewed by the more than 9.5 million passengers who visit the airport each year.
GRAPHIC DESIGN ALUMNA LIA TJANDRA DESIGNS REBECCA SOLNIT’S INFINITE CITY UC Press designs and publishes an impressive 180 books a year. Of these, 20 or 25 receive special design attention, and of those, art director and CCA alumna Lia Tjandra (Graphic Design 1997) gets her pick of the plummest projects to design personally. Currently on her 2011 docket are a book on urban farming and a cookbook drawn from 25 years of The Art of Eating magazine. Last year it was Rebecca Solnit’s Infinite City, a spectacular cartographic ode to San Francisco that was a joint project between UC Press and the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. The creation of Infinite City involved more than 25 people, and the final product included not just the book but also a series of limited-edition broadsides and numerous lectures and events that ran for six months in conjunction with SFMOMA’s 75th anniversary. Tjandra was responsible for the overall design, liaising with 12 artists and two cartographers to create the dazzling maps. Before coming to UC Press, Tjandra spent nine years as an in-house designer at SFMOMA. While at CCA she participated in Sputnik, the college’s award-winning undergraduate design studio, and interned with the renowned design team Aufuldish & Warinner. Tjandra maintains strong links with CCA, notably through the UC Press internship program. “It’s been wonderful to tap into the student talent.” And this hard-working graphic design veteran has some solid advice for the next generation of designers: Keep an open mind about where you want to work, be flexible, and develop a range of skills rather than specializing. As graphic design evolves toward creating templates and standards, she says, “You will, ironically, be working to create methods and systems that will eventually replace you. It’s the reality of things. But there will always be interesting design projects out there. Keep reinventing yourself.”
IN MEMORIAM DENNIS OPPENHEIM 1938–2011 Prominent CCA alumnus Dennis Oppenheim (Painting 1965) passed away on January 22, 2011, at the age of 72. A pioneer of Land art, conceptual art, performance art, and video in the 1960s and 1970s, Oppenheim moved fluidly throughout his career from the macrocosm of the landscape to the microcosm of the body. In the last two decades he concentrated on creating large-scale public artworks that combined aspects of architecture and sculpture. Some of these works proved controversial, for instance Device to Root Out Evil, a church turned upside down, originally presented at the 1997 Venice Biennale. Local audiences may remember his landmark installation Recall (1974), which appeared in Artists of Invention: A Century of CCA at the Oakland Museum of California in 2007.
Dennis Oppenheim Device to Root Out Evil, 1997
NATHAN OLIVEIRA 1928–2010 One of CCA’s most illustrious alumni and former faculty members, Nathan Oliveira, died on November 13, 2010. Oliveira received his BFA in 1951 and his MFA in 1952, both from CCA, and he taught at the college from 1952 to 1956. He held a tenured teaching position at Stanford University from 1964 until he retired in 1995. He received many awards during his lifetime, including a Guggenheim Fellowship and honorary doctorates from CCA (1968) and the San Francisco Art Institute (1996). He also served on CCA’s Board of Trustees from 2002 to 2005. Over the course of his career, Oliveira took part in hundreds of important exhibitions at major museums and galleries. He was a pioneer in the return to figuration in American painting; in the 1950s he and several fellow artists originated the Bay Area Figurative Movement. Their group was reacting against nonobjective, abstract painting, in particular Abstract Expressionism. Others in the group included Richard Diebenkorn, David Park, Elmer Bischoff, Joan Brown, and Manuel Neri.
Nathan Oliveira Spring Nude, 1962
SPOTLIGHT CURATOR’S FORUM EVENT
at the home of Yves Béhar and Sabrina Buell, December 2010
CLOCKWISE FROM LEFT • Jeffrey Deitch, Sabrina Buell, Yves Béhar, and Barry McGee • Sarah Buckley and Emma Goltz • Trish Bransten, Alan Stein, and Paul Sack • Matt and Katie Paige
OPENING RECEPTION FOR HUCKLEBERRY FINN at the CCA Wattis Institute for Contemporary Arts, September 2010
CLOCKWISE FROM LEFT • Jordan Kantor and Kara Walker • Shirley Morales, Alka Agrawal, and Ravin Agrawal • Jason Meadows, Hank Willis Thomas, and Stephen Beal
GUS VAN SANT
lectures on CCA’s San Francisco campus, January 2011
Stephen Beal, Rob Epstein, and Gus Van Sant
GIFTS AND GRANTS Remarkable learning opportunities are made possible at CCA through gifts and grants from our generous donors. We’d like to thank all the alumni, parents, and friends who made gifts this fall and winter. Many gifts have come in for Mirror Mirror, the fundraising gala organized in partnership with Gump’s that was held on March 31, 2011. A story thanking all Mirror Mirror donors and sponsors will appear in the next issue of Glance magazine. The following are highlights of other leadership gifts made from October 2010 through January 2011. By including CCA in your estate plan, you can create a significant legacy. Alumna Laureen Landau (MFA 1962) did just that. Ms. Landau, who passed away in August 2009, created a planned gift that resulted in CCA receiving $540,000 from her estate this year. The college is grateful for this very generous legacy, which will strengthen educational resources available to CCA students.
F. Noel Perry, Stephen Beal, Tecoah Bruce, and Robert Bechtle
The college received important new gifts for academic and public programs. Trustee Emeritus Carla Emil and her husband Rich Silverstein pledged $75,000 to support three years of the new Visiting Filmmaker Master Class Series. To enhance the accessibility of CCA’s public programs, The Bernard Osher Foundation gave $50,000 for strategic technology upgrades to Timken Lecture Hall. The CCA Center for Art and Public Life received $50,000 from the Walter & Elise Haas Fund in renewed support for the Community Student Fellows program.
The Emily Hall Tremaine Foundation awarded CCA’s Graduate Program in Fine Arts a two-year $40,000 grant to expand its professional development course. The National Endowment for the Arts awarded a $22,000 grant in support of the Craft Forward symposium at CCA. The Adobe Foundation made a grant of $16,000 to support the ENGAGE at CCA program at the Center for Art and Public Life. The Photography Program was able to expand its visiting artist series in 2010 and 2011 with a $10,000 grant from The Pilara Foundation. The Live Oak Foundation made a gift of $10,000 to the Graduate Program in
Curatorial Practice graduate exhibition. CCA received several generous gifts to student scholarships. Faculty members Angie Wang and Mark Fox pledged $25,000 to create a new endowed scholarship for graphic design students. The S. Livingston Mather Charitable Trust made gifts totaling $23,750 to be awarded as Vincent Carrasco Memorial Scholarships. The Richard and Jean Coyne Family Foundation gave $20,000 to renew its annual gift to the Richard and Jean Coyne Family Foundation Illustration Scholarship. Fong & Chan Architects renewed their commitment to the Architecture Program with a grant of $15,000 to the Fong & Chan Architects Undergraduate Scholarship Endowment Fund. The Fund for CCA provides critical support for the core operations of the college. Many generous gifts have come in for this purpose, including $16,700 from Mary and Harold Zlot, $16,000 from Judy and Bill Timken, $15,000 from the Gensler Family Foundation, $13,000 from Nancy and Steven Oliver, $12,000 from Anita and Ronald Wornick, and $10,000 from each of the following donors: Johanna and Tom Baruch, Kimberly and Simon Blattner, Tecoah and Thomas Bruce, C. Diane Christensen and Jean M. Pierret, Nancy and Pat Forster, Ann Hatch and Paul Discoe, IDEO/Tim Brown, Miranda Leonard, Lorna Meyer and Dennis Calas, MF Foundation/Tim Mott, Nancy and Steven Oliver, F. Noel Perry, Rotasa Foundation, Gene Savin and Susan Enzle, Ruth and Alan Stein, Kay Kimpton Walker and Sandy Walker, and Carlie Wilmans.
ABOVE Mark Fox and Angie Wang BELOW Drue Gensler, Gregory Baker, and Art Gensler
HONOR ROLL OF DONORS New gifts and pledges from the following donors were recorded between January 1 and December 31, 2010. Alumni are identified by actual or expected year of graduation, when the date is known. Donors to Mirror Mirror: Gump’s 150th Anniversary Gala to Benefit California College of the Arts will be acknowledged in a special article in the fall 2011 issue of Glance magazine. INDIVIDUAL DONORS $10,000+ Johanna and Tom Baruch Kimberly and Simon Blattner Tim Brown Tecoah Bruce (1974, 1979) and Thomas Bruce C. Diane Christensen and Jean M. Pierret Richard and Jean Coyne Family Foundation Elvin L. Fowler* Living Trust Nancy and Pat Forster Gensler Family Foundation Ann Hatch and Paul Discoe Warren and Chris Hellman Brenda Jewett and George F. Jewett III (1996) Laureen Landau* Trust (1961, 1962) Miranda Leonard Helyn MacLean and Asher Waldfogel The S. Livingston Mather* Charitable Trust Lorna Meyer and Dennis Calas Mrs. Sarajane Miller-Wheeler and Dr. Calvin B. Wheeler Ms. Ann Morhauser (1979) Nancy and Steven Oliver F. Noel Perry Patty Quillin Rotasa Foundation Gene Savin and Susan Enzle Dorothy Saxe and George Saxe* Barclay and Sharon Simpson Mr. and Mrs. Alan L. Stein Judy and Bill Timken The Toby Fund Jack and Susy Wadsworth Ms. Kay Kimpton Walker and Mr. Sandy Walker Angie Wang (1995) and Mark Fox Ms. Carlie Wilmans Ronald and Anita Wornick Mary and Harold Zlot Anonymous (3) $5,000–$9,999 Mr. and Mrs. Ravin Agrawal Mr. Luiz Augusto Susan and Bill Beech Alexandra Bowes and Stephen Williamson Collection of Frances & John Bowes Dr. Thomas and Janice Boyce Ms. Frish R. Brandt (1979) and Mr. Jeffrey Fraenkel
Rena Bransten Carla Emil and Rich Silverstein Lauren and Jamie Ford Stanlee R. Gatti Emma and Fred Goltz Mrs. Charles H. Hine Ms. Joyce Linker Byron R. Meyer Catherine Paige Liebe Patterson and Bill Patterson* Edna Reichmuth* Trust (1939) Paul Sack and Shirley Davis C. Ross Sappenfield and Laura Brugger Riyo Sato (1940)* Ms. Lisa Spellman Laura and Joe Sweeney Robin Wright and Ian Reeves Anonymous $1,000–$4,999 Mr. and Mrs. James Acquistapace Mr. Caesar M. Alexzander (1996) and Mr. Thomas E. Horn Susan Avila and Stephen Gong Ms. Una Baker Stephen Beal and Elizabeth Hoover Mr. Robert Bechtle (1954) and Ms. Whitney Chadwick Gretchen and John Berggruen Ms. Kathleen R. Bole Robert and Daphne Bransten The Andrea and Charles Bronfman Fund at Brandeis University Amanda A. Bryan (1984) John and Florence Bryan Lorne and Rochelle Buchman Penny and Peter Chen Teresa Chou E. Patrick Creehan Rose Anne Critchfield (2005) and Steve Cohn Mr. Boris Dramov and Ms. Bonnie Fisher Gladys M. Eaton Mr. Mitchell Forster Mark Freund and Trice Koopman Stanlee R. Gatti Ms. Mikae Hara (1986) Chris Hennessy (2013) Tracy and Maie Herrick Carol and Richard Hyman Dr. Donald M. Kay and Ms. Bonnie Levinson Ms. Susan Landor Keegin Sandra Greenberg Kosinski (1974) Pamela Kramlich Frederick Loomis (2004) Ms. Jane Lurie
Mr. Alan Martin Mr. Nion T. McEvoy Sheri S. McKenzie and Mark S. Bernstein John McNeil, Jr. (1982) George H. Mead III (1976, 1978) David Meckel The Anthony and Celeste Meier Family John L. Milner (1972) Stephen and Barbara Morris Dr. Thomas L. Nelson and Dr. Wylda H. Nelson Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Osher James Penalacia (2007) Mr. and Mrs. George H. Pfau, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Michael H. Podell Shepard Pollack and Paulette Long Ms. Kira Reoutt Helen and Charles Schwab George Luis Sedano and Eric Fiske Büldan Seka Mary Jo and Arthur Shartsis Kenneth W. Swenson and Cherie Swenson Steve Tolleson/Tolleson Design Ms. Corinna Tsai and Mr. William Chen Mr. Jeffrey J. Wiggins and Mr. Joe Olivo Mr. Howard Wright and Ms. Katherine Janeway Mr. and Mrs. George A. Zimmer Anonymous (4) $500–$999 Deborah and Arthur Ablin Paige and Anthony Arata Christine Bliss and David Nitz Linda A. Cicero (1980) Don Crewell Betty Watkins Denebeim (1980) Mr. Leroy Dutro (1941) Ms. Keara Fallon-Mulcahy (1997) and Mr. Spencer Mulcahy Lori and Peter J. Feibelman Mr. George A. Gonzalez (1973) S. Holmos Family Foundation Mr. Scott R. Heldfond Mr. and Mrs. Jaimie Henderson Charlotte L. Isaacs Kurt Kiefer (1992) and Mary L. Williamson Mrs. Kathleen M. Kimura Andrea Krueger (1974) and Kenneth Krueger Ms. Gyöngy Laky and Mr. Thomas C. Layton Jamie L. Millican (1981)
Carmen J. Moore Charitable Trust Mr. Alan W. Myers Sally and Robert Nicholson (parents of Bobby Nicholson (2008)) Mr. Lawrence M. Oberto and Ms. Lenette Worthington Mr. Gary E. Parsons, AIA and Ms. Rachel Rush Bettyann Plishker (1978) Mr. Chris Rifkin Susan Solinsky Duryea and Paul Duryea Howard L. Sollins and Barbara M. Resnick Ms. Jennifer Stein Robert Tong (1953) and Helen Tong Ms. Patricia R. Walsh Jay Xu, Asian Art Museum, Chong-Moon Lee Center for Asian Art and Culture Anonymous (4) $250–$499 Mia S. Alexander (1979) Mary C. Bendix (1975) Ms. Ashlie P. Benton (1992) Ms. Hana Cerkez (2001) Sally and Philip Chapman Nina Chiappa (1976) Mrs. Teru Chikamori Jones (1952) Nancy Clark and Bill Broach Andrea Cochran Ms. Cyndi Devereaux (1992) Mr. and Mrs. Richard B. Dilday II (1974) Donald J. Donoughe (1990) Mr. Burton Edwards (2003) Charles Ferris, Common Cents Blanche and Steven Goldenberg John and Marcia Goldman PJ Johnston Jacqueline P. Little (1992) Louisa Louie (1995) Emily McVarish and Becky Bond Christina Meyer (1994) Dan and Julia Mooney Mr. James A. Rafferty (2007) Eric Read (1983) and Deborah Read Mrs. Helene Y-J Rice (1997) Mr. and Mrs. Luc Schlumberger Mr. and Mrs. Norman J. Stein, Sr. (1970) Mrs. Roselyne C. Swig Mr. and Mrs. Gary Wacknov Laurellee Westaway Suzanne Westaway Mr. Karl W. Wieser (1998)
Randy L. Wilson Thomas Wojak (1992) and Misty Leigh Youmans (1996) Mr. Jonathan Wornick and Ms. Cristina Breen Anonymous $50â€“$249 Erik Adigard (1987) Ms. Diane G. Agoglia Dr. Edward A. Aiken (1972) William R. Alschuler Tamlyn Akins Fine Art Studio (1980) Cal Anderson (1946) Mr. Peter D. Andrea (1993) Mr. and Mrs. Peter P. Appert Ms. Megan Baldrige Ms. Lisa Beaty Jacob Belsky (1965) Ms. Mary B. Bender (1984) and Mr. Charley C. Hoyt Marcia and Craig Benham Mr. and Mrs. Jose Bernal Mr. and Mrs. David Bigelow Mr. William W. Bivins, Jr. and Ms. Lynn D. Fuller Mr. and Mrs. Gary Bloom Jack Bousian (1942) and Barbara Bousian Art and Kathy, Chrissie, and Lauren Bradley Mr. and Mrs. Michael Braun Mr. and Mrs. Ron Brill Mr. Stanlee Brimberg Patricia Bruning Kenneth L. Bryant (1976) Mr. Mark N. Buswell (2002) Kathleen Butler Dr. and Mrs. Ronald Cape Dr. Richard L. Caplin and Ms. Lorrie Baker Ms. Sydney Carson, PhD and Mr. Arthur R. Carson (1984) Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Colvin Mr. Lafcadio Cortesi and Ms. Jo Anne Welsch Megan Croft (2000) Scott Cuyler (1975) Ms. Lindsay A. Daniels (2003) Dr. and Mrs. Paul Davidson Levi De Keyrel (2004) Lydia Nakashima Degarrod Mr. and Mrs. William Dehoff Armen and Nelly Der Kiureghian Ms. Nancy A. Derr (1957) Ms. Rachel Detra Mr. Steve Diller Mr. and Mrs. Dennis DuBois Mr. Thomas Dufurrena and Ms. Hilda S. West Mark M. Dutka (1992) Brian Dyck (1971) and Iwalani Dyck Mr. Richard Elliott Mr. Donald Escola (1958) Karen and Glen Farr Daniel H. Fitch (1960) Mr. Wilmer Fong (1973) Ms. Shannon N. Foshe
James M. Fowler (1969) and Sui Hen Fung Fowler Ms. Jan Freeman Long (1996) and Mr. Jeff Long Helen Frierson Ms. Sharon Gadberry Margaret Mary Geis (1981) Mr. and Mrs. Sheldon Greene Mark J. Gross (1977) Mr. and Mrs. Hal Gross Ms. Claudia Herrera Hall (1976) Ms. Judith Hamill (1974) Mr. William A. Hamilton (1968, 1975) Mr. Bruce D. Hammer Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Harding (1957) Mr. and Mrs. Larry Hatfield Ms. Andrea Hattersley Ms. Mary T. Hawkins and Mr. Jose M. Esteban J. R. Heinzkill Carol Henning (1990) and Tony Henning Mr. Jesse Henning Sonja Hernandez Ms. Cynthia A. Hibbard Peggy Tong Hilton (1984) Laurie M. Hoey (1987) Ms. Phyllis V. Holmes (2000) Mr. and Mrs. Jack E. Howard (1958, 1959) Ms. Lynne M. Ingalls (1960) and Mr. Mike Wald Ms. Carla L. Iverson Mr. Johnny Iwan and Ms. Chandra Likke Ms. Karen A. Jacobs Bradley (1988) and Mr. Mark S. Bradley Janet D. Jacques (1978) Virginia Charlton Jardim Ms. Andrea Johnson (1979) Ms. Barbara Jones Christina and Andrew Kalman Barry M. Katz and Deborah Trilling Ms. Cassandra Kegler Kaldor (2005) Mr. Christopher W. Kent Mr. Randall E. Kessler W. Hajime Kitamata (1975) Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Klingbeil John and Susan Kluthe Mr. Norman Kondy Mr. and Mrs. Bill Kopman Dr. and Mrs. Hal Korol Mrs. Jean G. Krakower Mrs. Katherine Koelsch Kriken and Mr. John L. Kriken Mr. and Mrs. Ted G. Lagreid Ms. Katherine Lambert Kathleen Larisch (1970, 1972) Mr. Marc A. Le Sueur Johnny Lee (1971) Gregory D. Lee (1967) Ms. Sharon Shamiko Lee (1989) Mr. and Mrs. David C. Lemon (1979) Leah Lenz (1981) and Rich Cahalan Ms. Arne R. Leonard
Mr. James Leritz Ms. Constance Lewallen and Mr. William Berkson Ms. Nora Lindahl The Loewy Family Mr. and Mrs. Ralph J. Long, Jr. Dr. Janice Marcin (1984) Karen Sophia Marley and Kerry Simester Nancy R. Marzi (1954) Mr. and Mrs. Arthur K. Mason Robert and Diane C. Master Mrs. David Jamison McDaniel Ms. Martha E. G. McDowell Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. McIntosh Jen McKay and Adam Davis Patricia McShane (1987) Mary W. Mead (1978) Cecily A. Merrill (1966, 1967) and Frank M. Friedlaender Mr. Dennis Murphy Richard T. Murray (1949) and Marjorie Krehe Murray (1949) David B. Myers (1973) Linda DeBruyn-Nelson (1973) Wendy Nishizaki (1990) and Craig Nishizaki Nancy (Hofmann) Noloboff (1967) Mr. and Mrs. Socimo Orozco Miyako Overturf (1961) Sushil C. Pal (1978) Dmitry Panich (1991) Pati Paolella (1978) and Landy Paolella Wendy J. Paull-David (1972) Rosalie Price (1961) and John Price J. Przybysz Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Purdie Mr. Michael Quinn Andrea Ramiza (1992) George and Eloisa Ramos Sharon Oâ€™Brien Rayner (1965) Mr. Michael R. Reardon and Ms. Jill Lawrence Duane Reimer (1989) and Jeanne Reimer (1989) Julia H. Ritter (1992) and John Ritter Mr. Donald P. Roberts (1953) Rosalie Ross and William Sennett Ms. Elizabeth R. Ross (1972) Dr. and Mrs. Thomas Ruby Ms. Eleanor Salazar Mara Saltz (1975) Mr. John M. Sanger Sema Sapper Mr. Leland Schneider Ms. Sharyn Schneider and Mr. Chris Meinke Mr. and Mrs. Robert R. Scholz Rachel Schreiber and David Gissen Mr. and Mrs. Toby C. Schwartzburg (1985) Bryce and Chris Seidl Judith Serin and Herbert Yee Dan Shafer (2005) and Alicia Shafer Adrienne A. Sharp (1975)
Leonard and Judie Shaw Ms. Susan W. Sheldon (1968) Peter Silen, Ph.D. Mr. and Mrs. Charles J. Siler Ms. Kristina R. Simanis-Laimins (1986) Robert Simms (1962) Pat and Pekka Sinervo Mr. David E. Skinner and Ms. Penelope S. Pahl Mrs. T. Rachel Slonicki Mr. Ronald Smetana Christopher M. Smith (1997) Ms. Tricia Smith (2000) H. Marcia Smolens and Richard Rubens, Beverly Consulting Partners Jim and Lori Sottile Ms. Susan Stevenson and Ms. Joyce M. Norcini Stephanie Summersgill (2005) and Chris Summersgill Mark Takiguchi Ms. Asako Takusagawa (1942) Mr. Kenneth Tanzer James Terman (1982) Martin and Elizabeth Terplan Joel and Patricia Tomei Mr. and Mrs. Ned Topham Ms. Kathryn Van Dyke (1990) and Mr. R. D. Grant Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Van Engel Mr. Robert R. Van Horne (2007) Ms. Rosemary Vial Esteban Villa (1961) and Helen Villa (1961) Ms. Ayelet Waldman and Mr. Michael Chabon Mr. and Mrs. Ying Wang Frederick Wasser (1960) and Linda Wasser David Weinberger and Bettina Weinberger (1985) Susan Sampsell Weller (1970) Ms. Cinthia I. Wen (2007) Ann Wettrich Sam Wick Katherine and David Wiener Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence E. Wight Dorothy Wilbanks (1961) and Robert Wilbanks Sharon Wilcox (1965) Leslie Wilks (1997) Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wiser Doris Hardoon Woodward (1976) Dr. Ruth Worthington Jenny Wunderly (formerly Raussmueller) (1991) Isabelle Wyatt (1984) Lori Wynn (1978) Setsuko Yoshimura Neysa Young Ms. Rhodora Zialcita Anonymous (13)
ORGANIZATIONAL DONORS $10,000+ ArtNow International Foundation Capital Group Companies Charitable Foundation The Nathan Cummings Foundation Fong & Chan Architects FOR-SITE Foundation The Wallace Alexander Gerbode Foundation Consulate General of Germany Grants for the Arts / San Francisco Hotel Tax Fund Walter & Elise Haas Fund Hedge Gallery Steven Volpe Design Intel Corporation George Frederick Jewett Foundation MF Foundation/Tim Mott National Endowment for the Arts Nimoy Foundation The Bernard Osher Foundation Osterweis Capital Management Pilara Family Foundation RMW architecture & interiors / Architectural Foundation of San Francisco The San Francisco Foundation Santa Clara University, U.S. Department of Energy Skirball Foundation Emily Hall Tremaine Foundation Phyllis C. Wattis Foundation Woods Bagot Anonymous $5,000–$9,999 Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences The Clorox Company Foundation The Ken and Judith Joy Family Foundation Mission Economic Development Agency $1,000–$4,999 Acuity Brands Lighting, Inc. American Institute of Architects, San Francisco Chapter Blick Art Materials British Council CEC ArtsLink Haas@Work Haines Gallery HDR Architecture Hellmuth, Obata & Kassabaum, Inc. Mondriaan Foundation, Amsterdam Netherlands Cultural Services Panta Rhea Foundation Pfau Long Architecture ROMA Design Group Skidmore, Owings & Merrill LLP SmithGroup WRNS Studio $500–$999 AVANT, LLC BraytonHughes Design Studios Cass Calder Smith Fennie + Mehl Architects
GCI, Inc. Jensen Architects Leddy Maytum Stacy Architects Levy Design Partners Ratcliff San Francisco Host Committee, San Francisco Office of the Mayor SRG Partnership, Inc. Zero 1: The Art & Technology Network $250–$499 BIOS Design Collective cafepress.com Ryan Associates San Francisco Taipei Sister City Committee $50–$249 Los Angeles Glass Alliance GIFTS IN KIND Abercrombie & Fitch ALPOLIC-Mitsubishi Plastics Composites America AnnieGlass ArtNow International Foundation Bi-Rite Market Blue Bottle Coffee Ted Boerner Furniture Design Dr. Thomas and Janice Boyce Branch Bill and Gerry Brinton Center Hardware and Supply Company Mr. Eric W. Cheney (1973) The Christensen Fund Margaret Colbert Dick and Diane Einstein Faye’s Video Ms. La Shaune D. Fitch (2006) Nancy and Pat Forster Barry S. Friedberg and Charlotte Moss Gap Inc. Goat Hill Pizza C. J. Grossman (1996) Mr. and Mrs. Robert P. Huston Mr. Mark Jensen, AIA Ms. Kika Jonsson (2003) Kelly Paper Ms. Gyöngy Laky and Mr. Thomas C. Layton Little Star Pizza Muscardini Cellars Maryann Ohki Design (1988) Paige Glass Company Jasmine Rae Bakery Semifreddi’s Bakery Mrs. Miriam Scheffe (1970) Susan Shawl (1963) Elizabeth Sher Timbuk2 Designs, Inc. Judy and Bill Timken Trumer Brauerei Berkeley Urban Ore Wellington Vineyards Ronald and Anita Wornick
FOUNDERS LEGACY SOCIETY Mia S. Alexander (1979) Cal Anderson (1946) Carole A. Austin (1978) Kimberly and Simon Blattner Audrey Brown (1976) Claudia L. Bubeck (1979) Robert J. and Nancy R. Cole Mrs. Mary L. Correia (1967) Gladys M. Eaton Mrs. Phoebe Fisher-Wolters Elvin L. Fowler* Living Trust Koko Fujita (1970) and Thomas E. Flowers Kenneth A. Goss, in Memory of Armando Rocha (1980) Marian D. Keeler (1990) Mr. Jim Kidder Ms. Roxanne Kupfer Laureen Landau* Trust (1961, 1962) Mr. Robert P. Levenson (1974) and Ms. Diane M. Kinnane Michael Lopez* (1963) and Jeannette Lopez Richard M. Lowenthal, M.D. Dr. Thomas L. Nelson and Dr. Wylda H. Nelson Gerald M. Ober (1956) Diane Oles (1984) Nancy and Steven Oliver Shepard Pollack and Paulette Long Edna Reichmuth* Trust (1939) Dorothy Saxe and George Saxe* Margi Sullivan (1973) and Bill Van Dyk Kern Toy (1985) Sheila L. Wells (1955) Anonymous (6)
GIFTS IN HONOR Jamie Dehlin Jens Hoffmann Laura B. Hyman (1993) Matthew R. Mills Bobby Nicholson (2008) Steve Oliver Ellen and Gerald Saliman Natalie Wacknov Amy Williams Mary Zlot GIFTS IN MEMORY Dick Baker Paula A. Bard (1972)
Robert C. Bingham William Butler Michael P. Cooley (1976) Joseph J. Fallon Christine L. Gross
DONOR Dr. Ruth Worthington Dr. Donald M. Kay and Ms. Bonnie Levinson Carol and Richard Hyman Jamie L. Millican (1981) Sally and Robert Nicholson J. Przybysz Mr. and Mrs. Gordy Kanofsky Mr. and Mrs. Gary Wacknov Karen and Glen Farr Liebe Patterson and Bill Patterson* DONOR Ms. Una Baker Dr. Richard L. Caplin and Ms. Lorrie Baker Mr. Mitchell Forster Sema Sapper Sally and Philip Chapman Kathleen Butler Mrs. David Jamison McDaniel Ms. Keara Fallon-Mulcahy (1997) and Mr. Spencer Mulcahy Mark J. Gross (1977)
GIFTS IN MEMORY
Steve Reoutt (1961)
Kellee Adams (1987) Erik Adigard (1987) Mr. Peter D. Andrea (1993) Ms. Ashlie P. Benton (1992) Mr. Bryn A. Bowman (2009) Patricia Bruning Mr. Mark N. Buswell (2002) Ms. Hana Cerkez (2001) Christin Chi (2009) Megan Croft (2000) Scott Cuyler (1975) Ms. Lindsay A. Daniels (2003) Levi De Keyrel (2004) Betty Watkins Denebeim (1980) Donald J. Donoughe (1990) Ms. Keara Fallon-Mulcahy (1997) and Mr. Spencer Mulcahy Mr. George A. Gonzalez (1973) Mark J. Gross (1977) Sonja Hernandez Peggy Tong Hilton (1984) Ms. Carla L. Iverson Ms. Mongkolsri Janjarasskul (1988) Ms. Cassandra Kegler Kaldor (2005) Kristie Karkanen (2004) Sue J. Kim (2006) W. Hajime Kitamata (1975) Andrea Krueger (1974) and Kenneth Krueger Ms. Charlotte A. Lee (1975) Johnny Lee (1971) Leah Lenz (1981) and Rich Cahalan Louisa Louie (1995) Anne W. Markle (1977) Patricia McShane (1987) Emily McVarish and Becky Bond David Meckel Amelia Leclaire Nardinelli (2002) Wendy Nishizaki (1990) and Craig Nishizaki Dmitry Panich (1991) Chloe Pate James Penalacia (2007) Mr. James A. Rafferty (2007) Andrea Ramiza (1992) Eric Read (1983) and Deborah Read Heidi Reifenstein (2009) Duane Reimer (1989) and Jeanne Reimer (1989) Ms. Kira Reoutt Julia H. Ritter (1992) and John Ritter Svetlana Royzen (2002) Ms. Tricia Smith (2000) Allison Litrownik Stone (2003) James Terman (1982) Steve Tolleson/Tolleson Design Mr. Robert R. Van Horne (2007) Sam Wick Leslie Wilks (1997) Doris Hardoon Woodward (1976) Jenny Wunderly (formerly Raussmueller) (1991) Lori Wynn (1978) Setsuko Yoshimura Anonymous (5)
Barbara Ruxton George Saxe
Herbert Stansbury Catherine Colcord Stein Larry Sultan
Sally and Philip Chapman Stephen Beal and Elizabeth Hoover Rena Bransten Mr. and Mrs. Ron Brill Mr. and Mrs. Michael Braun The Andrea and Charles Bronfman Fund at Brandeis University Lorne and Rochelle Buchman Dr. and Mrs. Ronald Cape Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Colvin Mr. and Mrs. William Dehoff Mr. and Mrs. Dennis DuBois John and Marcia Goldman Mr. and Mrs. Sheldon Greene Mr. and Mrs. Hal Gross Mr. Bruce D. Hammer Carol Henning (1990) and Tony Henning Mr. Jesse Henning Mr. and Mrs. Bill Kopman Dr. and Mrs. Hal Korol Mrs. Jean G. Krakower Mr. and Mrs. Ted G. Lagreid Mr. and Ms. Paul Levine Ms. Joyce Linker Los Angeles Glass Alliance Mr. and Mrs. Arthur K. Mason Mr. and Mrs. Michael H. Podell Mr. Chris Rifkin Dr. and Mrs. Thomas Ruby Ellen and Gerald Saliman Bryce and Chris Seidl Pat and Pekka Sinervo Mr. Ronald Smetana Ms. Janet D. Somers Mr. Walter E. Wilson and Ms. Karin Klarreich Mr. Jonathan Wornick and Ms. Cristina Breen Ronald and Anita Wornick Mary and Harold Zlot Sally and Philip Chapman Leonard and Judie Shaw Deborah and Arthur Ablin Susan Avila and Stephen Gong Ms. Kathleen R. Bole Dr. and Mrs. Paul Davidson Charles Ferris, Common Cents Jane Potter Gates Ann Hatch and Paul Discoe Ms. Cynthia A. Hibbard Ms. Constance Lewallen and Mr. William Berkson Mr. Nion T. McEvoy John McNeil, Jr. (1982) Jim and Lori Sottile Ms. Rosemary Vial Anonymous (2) Sally and Philip Chapman
Anonymous gifts have also been made in honor of the following: Carl Betz, Ralph Borge (1952)*, Richard Diebenkorn*, Harry Krell*, Wolfgang Lederer*, Luis Miljarark, Gordon Onslow-Ford*, George Post*, Carol Purdy, James Schevill*, Mary Tift* *deceased
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