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Judy Shintani judyshintani@yahoo.com  

resume 

FOOTHILL COMMUNITY COLLEGE FACULTY

Art Instructor, Disabled Student Resource 

2015-present, Los Altos, CA

 

JFKU ARTS AND CONSCIOUSNESS ADJUNCT FACULTY

Art and Culture and Transformation 

2014 Berkeley Campus, CA

 

CREATIVITY EXPLORED STUDIO FOR DISABLED ADULT ARTISTS 

TEACHING ARTIST, 2014–present, San Francisco, CA

 

COMMUNITY ARTIST, 2000–present

  • Multicultural Art with Kids, Richmond Neighborhood District Center, San Francisco, CA, 2015

  • La Honda and Pescadero Elementary GATE Art Program, 2014–present

  • Gerhardt House, Volunteer training, Santa Fe, NM, 2015

  • Monthly Art Session, Coastside Senior Center,
    2013-present, Half Moon Bay

  • Painting a New Vision, 2014, Presidio, SF, CA

  • Intergenerational Lighting the Way Lantern Painting, 2012, Half Moon Bay, CA

  • Coastside Children’s Programs, 2005–2011, Half Moon Bay

  • Arts Enrichment Grant Program, teaching artist,
    2009–2010, San Jose, CA

 

KITSUNE COMMUNITY ART STUDIO, 2009–present

  • Owner and facilitator of community art studio for creativity workshops. Half Moon Bay

  • Mourning Your Unborn Child Through Creative Ritual, 2014, Half Moon Bay

  • Art and Composition, Putting it All Together Series, Summer 2013, Half Moon Bay

  • Art Meditation, Kitsune Community Art Studio, 2012– present, Half Moon Bay

  • Mother/Daughter Art-making, Kitsune Community Art Studio, 2010, Half Moon Bay

  • One-on-One Art as Process,
    2004–present, Half Moon Bay, CA

 

TEACHING ARTIST FOR ELDERS, 2006 – 2010

  • CEYA, Center for Elders and Youth in the Arts,
    2008– 2010

    • Mask Making – On Lok Adult Day Center, and Victorian Manor, San Francisco

    • Collaborative storytelling and drawing, Victorian Manor, San Francisco

    • Mandala lesson, including Andy Goldsworthy presentation by High School students

      and eco mandala creation, Victorian Manor, San Francisco

    • Patterns in art, Victorian Manor and Ruth Swindells Alzheimer’s Day Center, San Francisco

  • Alzheimer Creativity Workbook for Families, wrote and produced, 2005, Lodi, CA

 

ARTS RESEARCH CONSULTANT, 2008–2010

The Institute for the Study of Knowledge Management in Education (ISKME) is an independent, nonprofit research institute, Half Moon Bay, CA

  • Arts Educator Facilitator, OER Academy on Arts Integration, 2009, KQED & Mills College

 

EXHIBITING ARTIST 2006-Present

Solo Shows

2017   

Stories of Displacement Community Art Project,
University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA

EO9066 Then They Came for Us, Springfield College, Springfield, MA

Shining Light on Remembrance, Ruth’s Table, San Francisco, CA

2016    

Resilience & Identity, Peninsula Museum of Art, Burlingame, CA

2015    

Storytelling and Ritual, Santa Fe Internment Camp

Santa Fe Art Institute, Santa Fe, NM

2014   

Healing Adornment, Harbor Gallery, Half Moon Bay, CA

2011   

In Liminal Space, Enso Art Gallery, Half Moon Bay, CA

2006   

Forms of Remembrance, Enso Art Gallery, Half Moon Bay, CA
Body of Memories, John F. Kennedy University Arts & Consciousness Gallery, Berkeley, CA

 

Selected Group Exhibitions

2018   

Asian Diaspora, Station Museum, Houston, Texas

2017   

Exclusion! The Presidio's Role in World War II Japanese American Incarceration, Presidio Officers’ Club, San Francisco

9066, Voices of Japanese Americans from the Inside, Fresno State University, Fresno, CA

Justice for All? Euphrat Museum of Art, Cupertino, CA

2016   

Crossing to Safety, Abrams Claghorn Gallery, Albany, CA

At Home in the World, 516 Arts, Albuquerque, NM

2015    

Welcome all Refugees, Santa Fe Art Institute, NM

Healing Shields, UCSF Women’s Medical Center, SF

2014   

Generation Nexus: Peace in the Post War Era, National Japanese American Historical Society(NJAHS)Building 640 in the Presidio, SF

2013   

UnderCurrents, Asian American Women Artists Association, Asian Pacific Islander Cultural Center SOMArts Cultural Center, SF

Women's Work: Culture and the Feminine, artXchange Gallery, Seattle, Washington

Storied Lives, the Art of Narrative, artLife Gallery, Sebastopol, CA

2012   

Obake Yashiki (Ghost House), Arc Gallery, SF

Rootbound, Heaven and Earth, COCA, Carkeek Park, Seattle

2011   

SF Fine Art Fair, Fort Mason, SF

A Place of Her Own, Asian American Women Artists Assoc., SOMArts Cultural Center, SF

 

CURATOR

2017   

Through Artists’Eyes, Art of Incarceration, National Japanese American Historical Society

2014   

Our American Stories, Illuminating Asian American History,      Culture, and Identity, City College Of San Francisco

2010   

Distillations, Meditations on the Japanese American Experience,co-curated, JFKU Arts & Consciousness Gallery, Berkeley

2007-13

1st – 7th Annual Coastside Doctors Without Borders Art Fundraiser, Half Moon Bay, CA

 

EVENT ORGANIZER

2016   

NCWCA Art Journey Retreat, Northern California Women’s Caucus for Art, O’Hanlon Center for Art, Mill Valley, CA

2014   

WCA Art Day @Djerassi, Women’s Caucus for Art, Djerassi Art Residence, Woodside, CA

 

AWARDS

  • 2017 Fellowship, Vermont Center for Art

  • 2016 Artist in Residence, Creativity Explored, San Francisco, CA

  • 2015 Nominated for Joan Mitchell Foundation Emerging Artist Grant

  • 2015 Artist in Residence Santa Fe Art Institute

  • 2014 ISKME Big Ideas Fest Artist in Residence

  • 2014 Asian Pacific Islander Cultural Center Sponsorship Award

  • 2013 Half Moon Bay Review Reader’s Choice Favorite Local Artist 

  • Honorable Mention

  • 2012 Peninsula Arts Council Diamond Award for Donor Sponsor - Coastside Doctors Without Borders Art Fundraiser

 

ORGANIZATIONS

  • Asian American Women's Artist Association, member

  • Northern California Women’s Caucus for Art, Vice President

  • WEAD, Women’s Environmental Arts Directory

 

EDUCATION

  • Masters of Transformative Art, JFK University, Berkeley

  • Traditional Kimono Sewing, Workshop Residency, San Francisco

  • Expressive Arts with Elderly Clients, JFK University, Pleasant Hill

  • Transformative Alignment, Art and Image as Guides, Pat Allen, Ph.D., A.T.R.

  • Holistic Approaches to Arts Education, JFKU, Berkeley

  • Dream it Build it, Installation Workshop, The Intersection for the Arts, San Francisco

  • Native American Pottery, Taos Institute of Art - Taos, New Mexico

  • Bachelor of Science in Graphic Design, San Jose State University