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Faculty + Staff News June 2019

This month see the work of 28 faculty members in SFAI’s Faculty Exhibition, More Than 700 Years, on view at both SFAI campuses through September 1. 


Rhiannon Alpers — Faculty | Printmaking 

Through September 2 you can see Rhiannon Alper’s handbound books on view at the SF Public Library’s Skylight Gallery in Hand Bookbinders of California 47.

Clark Buckner — Faculty | Liberal Arts

Check out Clark Buckner’s curatorial work in  Lost Holidays, on view June 22–August 10 at Telematic. 

Charles Hobson — Professor Emeritus | Printmaking

See Charles Hobson’s work at the Legion of Honor in Small Inventions: The Artist’s Books of Charles Hobson, on view through July 14.

Kate Rhoades — Faculty | New Genres

Kate Rhoades’ work is currently on view at bust stops on Market Street between the Embarcadero and 8th St in San Francisco as part of the Art on Market Poster Series

Lindsey White — Faculty + Department Chair | Photography

Photography Chair Lindsey White’s work in on view at SF City Hall’s North Light Court and Ground Floor through March 13, 2020 as part of Brian Belott’s RHODASCOPE: Scribbles, Smears, and the Universal Language of Children According to Rhoda Kellogg

Wanxin Zhang — Faculty | Sculpture/Ceramics

See Wanxin Zhang’s work at the Museum of Craft and Design in Wanxin Zhang: The Long Journey through July 14.



Maria Elena González — Faculty + Sculpture/Ceramics Department Chair | Sculpture/Ceramics/New Genres

If you find yourself in Delaware this summer, check out Maria Elena Gonzalez’s work inRelational Undercurrents: Contemporary Art of the Caribbean Archipelago, on view at the Delaware Art Museum, on view through September 8.


Maria Elena González — Faculty + Sculpture/Ceramics Department Chair | Sculpture/Ceramics/New Genres

If you’re in Chicago, see Maria Elena González’s work in the group exhibition About Face: Stonewall, Revolt, and New Queer Art, on view through July 20 at Wrightwood 659.


James Claussen — Faculty | Printmaking

James Claussen’s Headed for an Accumulated Comfort lithograph is on view in the group exhibition Observing Life: Intersections Among Art, medicine, and Healthat the Patricia & Phillip Frost Art Museum. 


Zeina Barakeh — Assistant Dean of Academic Affairs

See Zeina’s work in Silent Narratives, on view at MOCA Yinchuan through August 17. 

Jeremy Morgan — Faculty | Painting

Jeremy Morgan and Ming Ren are showing work in East Wind from the West at the Fanyuan Art Gallery in Beijing through July 2. 



(1) Caitlin Mitchell-Dayton, Stone Awards, 2013/14, Oil on linen, 72 x 96 inches. Image courtesy of the artist.

(2) Poster from Kate Rhoades’ Art on Market Poster Series.

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