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Juana Alicia: Resumé


Masters in Fine Arts, Drawing and Painting, San Francisco Art Institute, May, 1990

B.A. in Teaching Aesthetic Awareness from a Cultural Perspective, University of California at Santa Cruz, 1979

Single Subjects Credential in Art Education, 1980

Bilingual Cross-Cultural Emphasis Credential, U.C.S.C., 1979

Fifth Year Certificate in Bilingual Education, 1983

Passed the CBEST (California Basic Educational Skills Test), 1998


Alliance for California Traditional Arts, Grants for the Apprenticeship Program (with Cece Carpio) and the Living Cultures Grant, to be completed in 2014.

City of Berkeley, Juana Alicia Day, June 4, 2013, Proclamation by Mayor Tom Bates in honor of cultural and educational contributions.

Fulbright Fellowship, Escuela Superior de Arte de Yucatán (ESAY), Visiting Professor in Mural Arts/Painting, 2006-2007.

California State Senate, Outstanding Contributions as an Oakland Arts Educator, 2004.

Woman of Fire Award, Presented by Angela Davis for the Women of Color Resource Center, Berkeley, Ca  2000

Residency at Windcall Ranch, Belgrade. Montana, 1999. Windcall is a retreat program for environmental and social justice activists who have worked in their field for at least five years and are in earnest need of a break.

NACS (National Association of Chicano Studies), for Outstanding Contributions to the Arts, Academia and Our Communities, 1993.

Precita Eyes Mural Arts Center, Master Muralist Award, 1992.

National Endowment for the Humanities, BIRTH MURAL Best Visual Art Work with a Chicano/Mexicano Theme, through the University of California, Santa Cruz, 1982.


Maestrapeace:San Francisco’s Monumental Feminist Mural, Juana Alicia, Miranda Bergman, Edythe Boone,Susan Kelk Cervantes,  Meera Desai, Yvonne Littleton and Irene Perez, 2019, Heyday Books, Berkeley, CA

Chiricú Journal, Vol. 2, No. 1, Fall 2017 of Chiricú Journal: Latina/o Literatures, Arts, Poder y cultura: Latinx Folklore and Popular Culture.

Voices of Change, The Peoples’ Oral History Project, Interviews with Monterey County Activists and Organizers, 1934-2015, Gary Karnes with Karen Araujo and Juan Martinez, Community Printers,Santa Cruz, California. Published by Park Place Publications, Pacific Grove, California.

Mission, Photographs by Dick Evans, Foreward by Juan Felipe Herrera, Heyday Press and Precita Eyes Muralists, 2017.

Yemoja: Gender, Sexuality, and Creativity in the Latina/o and Afro-Atlantic, Diasporas Paperback, by Solimar Otero (Editor),‎ Toyin Falola (Editor), July 2, 2014,Street Art San Francisco: Mission Muralismo, Precita Eyes Mural Art Center, Harry Abrams, 2009.
Mujeres de Conciencia/Women of Conscience, Victoria Alvarado, Floricanto Press, 2007.
Mural Art: Murals on Huge Public Surfaces Around the World, Kiriakos, Iosifidis, Publikat, 2008.
Walls of Empowerment: Chican/o Indigenist Murals of California, Guisela Latorre, University of Texas Press, Austin 2008
Chicana Art: The Politics of Spiritual and Aesthetic Altarities, Laura Perez, Duke University Press, 2007
Stop the Next War Now: Effective Responses to Violence and Terrorism, Co-Authors: Medea Benjamin and Jodie Evans, Chapter 10: Celebrate Joyful Revolution, Picture Peace, Juana Alicia, 2007, Published by Code Pink.
Triumph of Our Communities, Gary D. Keller et al, Bilingual Press/Editoria Bilingue, Tempe, Arizona, 2005.
Art, Women and California, “Other Landscapes”, Angela Y. Davis, 2000.
Imagine: International Chicano Poetry Journal, Volume 3, 1986, Imagine Publishers
The Murals of Revolutionary Nicaragua, 1979-1992, David Kunzle, Foreword by Miguel D’Escoto, University of California Press.
Feminist Geographies: Explorations in Diversity and Difference, Women and Geography Study Group of the Royal Geographical Society with the Institute of British Geographers, Addison Wesley Limited, 1987
Yesterday and Tomorrow, California Women Artists, Edited by Sylvia Moore, Midmarch Press,1989
Signs from the Heart: California Chicano Murals, Cover Image, SPARC, The Social and Public Arts Resource Center. 1990
Paper Angels and Bitter Cane, Two Plays by Genny Lim, Kalamaku Press, 1991, cover artwork.
Chicano Art: Resistance and Affirmation, 1965-1985, Wight Art Gallery, UCLA, 1991
Barrio, George Ancona, 1995
Regeneration, Galeria de la Raza, Armando Rascon, Curator. February 1995
Homeless Not Helpless, An Anthology Edited by Barbara Paschke and David Volpendesta, 1991
Reconceptualizing the Peasantry: Anthropology in Global Perspective, by Michael Kearny, Westview Press, a division of Harper-Collins, 1996.
Border Matters: Remapping American Cultural Studies, by Jose David Saldivar, University of California Press, 1997, cover artwork.
Feminist Geographies: Explorations in Diversity and Difference, Women and Geography Study Group, Addison Wesley Longman Limited 1997, cover artwork.
San Francisco Murals, by Timothy W. Drescher, Pogo Press, 1998
Painting the Towns, by Jim Prigoff and Robin Dunnitz, RJD Enterprises, 1999, back cover image,
We Are the Ones We’ve Been Waiting For, Women of Color Organizing, front cover, edited by Rinku Sen, U.S. Urban Rural Mission, 1999.


 2016-7 SPILL/DERRAME, mural at Adeline and Emerson, across from the Ashby BART Station, Berkeley, California, 12’ x 30’, acrylic on stucco

2014 West Oakland Youth Center Murals, 9 Ceramic Tile Walls, Market & Brockhurst Streets, with Trust Your Struggle Collective and True Colors Mural Project

1. MAYAN SCRIBE, for Stanford murals, 45”x 65” approximately, digital print and acrylic paint on canvas Juana Alicia ©2012

  1. NOPAL DE RESISTENCIA (ceiling), 9’ x 15’, digital print and acrylic paint on canvas, Juana Alicia ©2012
  2. NOPAL DE RESISTENCIA , sketch, digital print and watercolor on paper, 43.5″ x 49″, Juana Alicia ©2012.
  3. NOPAL DE RESISTENCIA , sketch , acrylic on canvas, 5’ 6″ x 5’6”, Juana Alicia ©2011.
  4. CODEX ESTANFOR, watercolor and digital print, 18.5” x 125”, Juana Alicia ©2012.
  5. GENESIS, detail of watercolor and digital print, 18.5” x 30.55”, Juana Alicia ©2012.
  6. CONQUEST AND SLAVERY, watercolor and digital print, 18.5” x 22.4”, Juana Alicia ©2012.
  7. RESISTANCE AND REVOLUTION, watercolor and digital print, 18.5” x 125”, Juana Alicia ©2012.
  8. GEMELOS, watercolor and digital print, 18.5” x 31.76”, Juana Alicia ©2012.
  9. EL FUTURO, watercolor and digital print, 18.5” x 29.9”, Juana Alicia ©2012.

2010    POSTERS OF RESISTANCE: VISIONS OF PEACE AND JUSTICE, with True Colors Students at Inkworks Press, West Berkeley, CA.

2009    MAESTRAPEACE INTERIOR EXTENSION, addition to Maestrapeace Murals on the San Francisco Women’s Building, acrylic on stucco and sheetrock, front entrance, ceiling and stairwell. Painted with Miranda Bergman and Susan Cervantes, San Francisco, CA.

VIVIR SIN FRONTERAS/LIVING WITHOUT BORDERS, True Colors Mural Program, student mural, acrylic on stucco, 18.5’ x 58’, Mi Tierra Foods Market, Berkeley, CA.

LA MUSICA Y EL MAR, portable acrylic mural on canvas , 7’ x 15’, for La Peña Cultural Center, collaboration with Tirso F. Gonzalez Araiza, Berkeley, CA.

2006-7 GEMELOS, mural in cast cement and steel, collaboration with Tirso F. Gonzalez Araiza, Universidad Tecnológica Metropolitana/ UTM (Metropolitan Technical University), Mérida, Yucatán, Mexico.

CENOTE DE SUENOS mural at ESAY (Escuela Superior de Arte de Yucatán), central entrance to restored train station, now arts university in Merida, Yucatán. Mural project sponsored through a Fulbright Garcia Robles Fellowship.

2006-7 HUEHUETLATOLLI: WISDOM OF THE ELDERS, tile mural for senior housing development, Satellite Housing Corporation, Berkeley, California.

2005    SANARTE: DIVERSITY’S PATHWAY Suite of four murals and the double helix and cementatious tile walkway celebrate and symbolize diversity within the concept of “unity”, and the notion that dualities promote a holistic, vibrant and ever-changing world.  1000 square feet of tile mosaic mural at UCSF Medical Center, 400 Parnassus Avenue, San Francisco.

2004    LA LLORONA’S SACRED WATERS Acrylic mural on stucco, 30’ 60’. 24th and York Streets, San Francisco Mission District. Completed June 30, 2004

2001   LA VIRGEN DE LA LIBERTAD, ceramic handmade tile mural, 6’ x 9 feet, private   commission. Mural mounted on plywood and installed in garden.

ALL LIFE IS INTERRELATED, portable mural for Destiny Arts Center in Oakland, CA. Acrylic on canvas, 10’ x 15’.

2000    A WOMAN’S PLACE/EL LUGAR DE LA MUJER, acrylic mural on panels (installed), 54’ x 10’, at the United Electrical and Machine Workers Union Hall, Local 506, Erie, Pennsylvania. ©2000.

MAESTRAPEACE 2000, additions to the re-modeled Women’s Building, San   Francisco, CA. Additions to entryway at new cafe and childcare center, as well as above      the main front entrance.

1999    SANCTUARY/SANTUARIO, fresco painting and sculptures for San Francisco International Airport, with Emmanuel Catarino Montoya, 19’ x 23’. International Terminal G,  Gate Room 99.

1998    THE BROKEN CORD / EL CORDON ROTO. Acrylic banner mural on canvas,          6′ x 18′, exhibited at Amnesty International’s Art and Human Rights Conference, and at           “No More Scapegoats”, at the San Francisco Unified School District.

1997    TU ERES MI OTRO YO: MARIN’S INTERDEPENDENCE. Acrylic mural on sheetrock, 14′ x 115′, for Whole Foods Market in San Rafael, CA.

1996   CROSS-POLLINATE, at Whole Foods Market in San Francisco. 6′ x 80′ acrylic on       sheetrock.

1995    POSITIVE VISIBILIITY, directed students and HIV positive women in mural at Haight and Scott Streets, San Francisco.

1994   MAESTRAPEACE, mural on the San Francisco Bay Area Women’s Building, front (north) and side (east) facades, each 150′ x 60′. Acrylic on stucco. A collaboration with Miranda Bergman, Edythe Boone, Susan Cervantes, Meera Desai, Yvonne Littleton, and Irene Perez. San Francisco Mission District, 18th Street @ Valencia

1992    LA PROMESA DE LOMA PRIETA: QUE NO SE REPITA LA  HISTORIA  (THE PROMISE OF LOMA PRIETA: THAT HISTORY NOT REPEAT ITSELF), at the University of California at Santa Cruz, Oakes College, Main Classroom and Administration Building. 21′ x 21′ acrylic interior mural, commissioned as part of a “Visiting Distinguished Professor” appointment, through a grant from the U.C.S.C. Alumni Association.

1991    REGENERATION/REGENERACIÓN, portable mural on panel, 12′ x 24”, exterior      mural on panels.Commissioned by MACLA (Movimiento de Arte y Cultura          Latinoamericana) for their newly-acquired cultural center on First Street, downtown San Jose.

1990    THE SILENT LANGUAGE OF THE SOUL/EL LENGUAJE MUDO DEL    ALMA, exterior acrylic mural on the facade of the Cesar Chavez (formerly Hawthorne)            Elementary School, 32’ x 350’, Shotwell Street between 22nd and 23rd Streets, San          Francisco Mission District. Designed and painted in collaboration with Susan Cervantes.

MISSION STREET MANIFESTO/MANIFIESTO DE LA CALLE MISIÓN, acrylic mural on panels, 16’ x 25’, commissioned by 20th Century Fox for the movie, Class Action, with Gene Hackman. On long-term loan to San Francisco State University, installed in the Student Union Building.

1988    CEASE FIRE/ALTO AL FUEGO, Politec and Novacolor acrylic mural on cement wall,  9’ x 13′, Mission Street at 21st, San Francisco. Renovated in 2002.

CULTURA SIN FRONTERAS/CULTURE WITHOUT BORDERS, Politec and        Novacolor acrylic mural on stucco. Hispanic Cultural Center of Novato, 1530 South          Novato Boulevard. Juana  Alicia with student artists Rosario Alcázar, Concha Marina       Aparicio, Julia Coyne     Niles and Kiana Thompson.

PUENTE DE LA PAZ/BRIDGE OF PEACE, interior acrylic mural on sheetrock, World College West, Commons Building, 101 South San Antonio Road, Petaluma, Ca.

MUJERES DE FUEGO (WOMEN OF FIRE), Politec acrylic mural,  Stanford University, 9′ x 10′. Palo Alto, California. Mural painted with Stanford students in a     workshop taught by the artist: “Mural Art: Enfoque Femenil” (Womanist Focus).

EARTH BOOK, Politec and Nova Color acrylic mural, 10′ 6″ x 16′, entrance to library, Skyline College, San Bruno, California. Student Apprentices: Barry McGee and Sia Yang.

NEW WORLD TREE OF LIFE, 69′ x 25′ acrylic Politec and Nova Color mural at the Mission Pool, 19th and Linda Streets, San Francisco, California. Designed and executed in collaboration with Susan Cervantes and Raul Martínez.

1986    EL AMANECER, a collective mural project with Miranda Bergman, Hector Noel Méndez, Ariella Seidenberg and Arch Williams. 700 square foot acrylic mural on the facade of ANDEN (Asociacíon Nacional de Educadores de Nicaragua-National Teachers Association of Nicaragua), in El Parque de las Madres, Managua, Nicaragua.

A LETTER TO THE FUTURE/UNA CARTA A FUTURO, mural project at San Francisco’s Good Samaritan Community Center. Directed student project as California Arts Council Artist in Residence at La Raza Graphics. Politec paint, 150 square foot interior. Destroyed after 1989 earthquake.

1985    FOR THE ROSES/PARA LAS ROSAS,  San Francisco Mime Troupe Building mural, solo project. 930 square foot Politec acrylic mural, at 855 Treat Street, Mission District, San Francisco.

TE OÍMOS GUATEMALA (WE HEAR YOU, GUATEMALA), 80 square foot Politec acrylic mural for PLACA Mural Collective in solidarity with the people of Central America. Balmy Alley, San Francisco Mission District. A solo project designed in harmony with thirty other murals in a block-long community arts environment. (Replaced by Una Ley Inmoral…”)

BALANCE OF POWER, a collective mural project with Susan Cervantes, Raul Martínez, Emmanuel Catarino Montoya, and nine students. A community youth education project, through San Francisco’s Recreation and Parks Department and Mayor’s Youth    Fund. 2,210 square foot Politec acrylic mural.

1983    UNA NOCHE EN VERACRUZ (A NIGHT IN VERACRUZ) and                 LA OAXAQUEÑA, two Politec acrylic murals, 120 and 70 square feet, respectively. At Pablo’s Restaurant, 4166 24th Street, San Francisco (destroyed).

1983    LAS  LECHUGUERAS (THE WOMEN LETTTUCE WORKERS) 1500 square  foot Politec acrylic mural, at York and 24th Streets, San Francisco Mission District. A commission from the Mayor’s Office of Community Development and the San     Francisco Arts Commission.

A VIEW OF 20TH CENTURY U.S. HISTORY/UNA VISTA DE LA HISTORIA DE LOS ESTADOS UNIDOS EN EL SIGLO 20. Directed student mural at Watsonville High School. 420 square foot Politec mural. Watsonville, California. Destroyed in the 1989 earthquake.

1982    BIRTH MURAL  design awarded National Endowment for the Humanities Award for Best Visual Art Work with a Chicano/Mexicano Theme, through the University of California, Santa Cruz. Series of seven life-size panels on the theme of childbirth, pastel  and collage on paper.



Mother’s Day/El día de las madres, illustrated by Juana Alicia, written by Ana Matiella, published by the Children’s Museum of Boston and Modern Curriculum Press

Sweatshop Warriors: Immigrant Women Take on the Global Factory, Miriam Ching Louie, South End Press, 2001, cover artwork.

Women’s Lives: Multicultural Perspectives, Second Edition, by Gwyn Kirk and Margo Okazawa-Rey, 2001, Mayfield Publishing, 2001, front cover image.

“Other Landscapes”, Angela Y. Davis, from Art/Women/California, Parallels and Intersections: 1950-2000, 2002

Migratory Birds: New and Noted Poems, an upcoming collection of poetry by Odilia Galvan Rodriguez, Prickly Pear Publishing, Oakland, CA, 2002.

Arte y Minoriías en los Estados Unidos: el ejemplo chicano, Jose de la Nuez Santana,  Edita: Instituto Universitario <<Agustín Millares>> de Documentación y Gestión de la Información (Universidad Carlos III de Madrid), 2001



2017    JUANA ALICIA SACRED WATERS, CITY STREETS: THE ART OF JUANA ALICIA, Acción Latina, Juan R. Fuentes Gallery, San Francisco, CA.

POETIC JUSTICE: THE ART OF JUANA ALICIA, University of California, Berkeley, Center for Latino Policy Research, February 27-March 30.

2016     JUANA ALICIA SACRED WATERS, CITY STREETS: THE ART OF JUANA ALICIA, Georgia College, Art Exhibition February 29-April 1 Ennis Hall Art Gallery

2014/2015       5TH CHICANA/O BIENNIAL: Dcember 5, 2014 – March 14, 2015, MACLA (Movimiento de Arte y Cultura Latinoamericana), San Jose California

2013    AN ILLUSTRATED POPOL VUH, Abercrombie Gallery, McNeese State University, Visual Arts Department, Lake Charles, Louisiana.

2007    INTERACTIVE BIENNIAL, Galeria Peon Contreras, Mérida, Yucatán, Raul Ferrera       Balanquet, Curator, Catalogue.

2006    ENCANTADA GALLERY, one-woman show, San Francisco, CA

2005    CHICANA/O BIENNIAL, MACLA Center for Latino Arts, San Jose, CA

VANDALS, Thacher  Gallery, University of San Francisco.


ART: THE OTHER VOICE OF AMERICA, SOMARTS Cultural Center, San Francisco.

2004     XIHUAT: MUJER/CREATION, La Raza Galeria Posada, Sacramento, CA

2004     CORAZONES Y ALMAS, La Raza Galeria Posada, Sacramento, CA

2003    25 YEARS OF HEART AND STRUGGLE, Retrospective Show of Artists from the Mission Cultural Center,  San Francisco, CA.

2000    JUANA ALICIA: PRESENCIA MONUMENTAL, Coyote Gallery, Butte College,           Oroville, CA.

MAESTRAPEACE, The Euphrat Museum, De Anza College, Cupertino, CA.

HECHO EN CALIFAS: THE LAST DECADE, curated by Richard Lou, touring   California cultural centers and museums. ‘98-01

EL PAPEL DEL PAPEL, THE ROLE OF PAPER, AFFIRMATION AND IDENTITY    IN CHICANO AND BORICUA ART, an international touring exhibit presented by the            Guadalupe Art Center of San Antonio, Texas.

1997    FROM WITHIN: AN EXHIBITION ABOUT MOTHERHOOD AND THE          CREATIVE PROCESS, Works Gallery, San Jose, CA. Curated by Mel Adamson.      Catalog.

1995    10 X 10: TEN WOMEN, TEN PRINTS, The Berkeley Art Center, Berkeley, CA.

1994    TRES CARAS/THREE FACES, The Red Mesa Gallery, Gallup, New Mexico.


THE FOURTH R: ART AND THE NEEDS OF CHILDREN, The Euphrat            Gallery, De Anza College, Cupertino, CA.

1991    WOMEN WITH ATTITUDE/MUJERES CON GARBO, at La Raza Graphics Center, San Francisco.

WAR•PEACE•ART, organized by the Mexican Museum of San Francisco, international exhibition schedule.


LAS FRONTERAS: SUENOS, COMADRES Y MANOS, Channing Peake           Gallery, Santa Barbara County Arts Commission.

CHICANOS, Moss Gallery, San Francisco.

1990    BODY/CULTURE: CHICANO FIGURATION, organized by the University Art Gallery, Sonoma State University, national exhibition schedule, October 1990 through         February, 1992, catalogue.

CHICANO ART:RESISTANCE AND AFFIRMATION (CARA) 1965-1985, Wight Art Gallery, U.C.L.A., national and international tour, 1990-1994, catalogue.



DIA DE LOS MUERTOS EXHIBITION, Mexican Fine Arts Center Museum, Chicago,

LA MUJER EN LA RAZA, Museo de la Estampa, Mexico City, group exhibit, catalogue.

1988    VISIONES CONTEMPORANEAS.,  Santa Rosa City Council Chambers, Santa Rosa,     CA.

DIA DE LOS MUERTOS EXHIBITION, Mexican Fine Arts Center Museum, Chicago,   Illinois, group exhibit.

DIA DE LOS MUERTOS EXHIBITION, The Alternative Museum, New York, New       York group exhibit.

1987    LATINA ART: SHOWCASE “87,   Mexican Fine Arts Center Museum, Chicago, Illinois. Group show. Artist’s work used for cover of catalogue, posters, cards. Curator: Juana Guzman.

MEXICAN – AMERICAN SHOW, Loteriá Nacional, Mexico City, Mexico. Group show             sponsored by Instituto Nacional de Bellas Artes (National Institute of Fine Arts).          Catalogue.

1986    SHE , group exhibition on the theme of women and water, Berkeley Art Center.    Michael Bell, curator.

CONTENT: CONTEMPORARY ISSUES,  Euphrat Gallery. De Anza College,    Cupertino,  Jan Rindfleisch, curator. Catalogue

1985    WOMEN X WOMEN, group exhibit at La Galería de la Raza, San Francisco, CA.



2008-2017  Berkeley City College, Full-time Tenured Instructor, Visual Art. Director, True Colors Mural Project

2006-7  Escuela Superior de Arte de Yucatán (ESAY), Visiting Professor in Mural Arts/Painting, Fulbright Fellowship.

2005  Lecturer for SPEAK OUT-Institute for Democratic Education and Culture. “SPEAK OUT!- works with 200 speakers and artists who represent the breadth of social movements as well as critically-acclaimed exhibits and films which inform and empower young people to take action for positive social change.”

2004  Oxbow School, Napa California. Artist in Residence, Summer Program: “Serious Art, Serious Fun”

University of California, Davis, Chicano Studies, Visiting Lecturer:“Introduction to Chicano Studies.”

San Francisco State University: “ Raza Art History” and “Women as Creative Agents” (College of Ethnic Studies and Women’s Studies)

2001-2002       University of California, Davis, Chicano Studies, Visiting Lecturer: “Chicanas, Politics and Public Policy” and “Political Economy of Chicano/Latina Communities”

San Francisco State University, College of Ethnic Studies and Department of Women’s Studies, Visiting Lecturer:“Raza Art History”, “Raza Oral History and Tradition” and “Woman as Creative Agent”

California State University at Hayward, supervisor for student teachers. Berkely Arts Magnet, visual art teacher. Public speaker for Speak Out, a progressive speaker’s bureau. Richmond Art Center, Art 10 Program, Richmond, CA,

2000  Stanford University, Visiting Professor, Department of Spanish and      Portuguese: Chicana/Xicano Muralism.

1995-99  Co-Founder and Co-Director, The East Bay Institute for Urban   Arts, Oakland, CA.

1994-5   Atelierista (resident art teacher), San Francisco Charter Early Childhood School.

1990-5  Core faculty, New College of California, graduate and undergraduate Visual Arts Coordinator of undergraduate Interdisciplinary Art and Social Change Program.

1992  Distinguished Visiting Professor, Oakes College, University of  California, Santa Cruz

New College of California, Core Faculty in Drawing and Visual Arts Program Coordinator.

1990-93   California College of Arts and Crafts, classes in drawing, Latin          American history and mural painting.

1990-95  New College of California, classes in drawing and Latin                      American art history. Coordinator of Visual Arts Program, Fall

1990  San Francisco Art Institute, Watercolor, spring extension program.

1989  San Francisco Art Institute, Watercolor, summer extension program.

1989  California Arts Council, Artist in Residence, Artist in Schools                    Grant for Hawthorne Elementary School, San Francisco.

1987  California Arts Council, Artist in Communities Grant, Hispanic Cultural Center of Novato and World College West.

1985 Artist in Residence at La Raza Graphics for one year, in                              various student mural projects, both at the La Raza site and at                        Good Samaritan Community Center.

1985 Directed student mural project at the Mission Pool and Playground. 19th and Linda Streets, San Francisco. Worked in collaboration with Susan Kelk Cervantes and Emmanuel C. Montoya.

1984  Directed high school student mural project through the State                  Department of Migrant Education’s Yo Puedo Program at                                   Stanford University: Assisted students in design and execution                         of mural at Stanford’s Chicano Centro.

Artist in Residence at Potter Valley School. Potter Valley,                                  California, directing mural project with forty elementary school                       students. Painted 1,000 square foot Politec mural on exterior wall of school.

1981 Taught art to elementary and secondary level migrant students               in a two-year program designed and administered by the artist                         (funded through the State Office of Migrant Education) in Pájaro,                     California, featuring workshops in ceramics, drawing, design                            and mural painting.


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