Sarah Thibault  is an artist, writer and curator living in San Francisco. Her artwork has been exhibited in the Bay Area, Los Angeles, Miami, New York and abroad including with the Berkeley Art Museum/Pacific Film Archive, Steve Turner Contemporary, Jack Hanley Gallery and Mark Wolfe Gallery. Her paintings have been featured in The Huffington Post, San Francisco Magazine, SFAQ, The Examiner and 7x7. Thibault curates a monthly lecture series called The Painting Salon and contributes regularly as a writer to SFAQ Online. She holds an MFA from the California College of the Arts, a BFA from the San Francisco Art Institute and a BA from the University of Wisconsin- Madison.

Sarah Thibault is an artist, writer and curator living in San Francisco. Her artwork has been exhibited in the Bay Area, Los Angeles, Miami, New York and abroad including with the Berkeley Art Museum/Pacific Film Archive, Steve Turner Contemporary, Jack Hanley Gallery and Mark Wolfe Gallery. Her paintings have been featured in The Huffington Post, San Francisco Magazine, SFAQ, The Examiner and 7x7. Thibault curates a monthly lecture series called The Painting Salon and contributes regularly as a writer to SFAQ Online. She holds an MFA from the California College of the Arts, a BFA from the San Francisco Art Institute and a BA from the University of Wisconsin- Madison.

  Donna Napper  has worked in the field of contemporary art since 2000, as a gallery owner, curator, and art consultant. For eight years, Napper owned and directed the Los Angeles gallery den contemporary. In 2012, she moved to the Bay Area and became Curator and Director of Public Programs for the San Jose Institute of Contemporary Art. In addition to Napper curating the ICA’s first solo exhibition for an international artist (featuring Leyla Cardenas from Bogota, Colombia), in 2015 she created  ICA Live!,  the organizations first ongoing program of participatory and interactive sound and art performances.  She has served as curator and juror for dozens of Bay Area non-profit art organizations, among them are Djerassi Artist Residency Program, Root Division, Verge Center for the Artst, Pacific Art League, Pacific Rim Sculptors, and Silicon Valley Arts Council Artist Laureate Award. She has participated in artist critiques at Stanford University and California College of the Arts, and curated an MFA show for San Jose State University. Napper currently serves on the Executive Committee for ArtTable. In addition to her work as an art consultant, Napper is presently the Director of Sales for the gallery Chandra Cerrito Contemporary.

Donna Napper has worked in the field of contemporary art since 2000, as a gallery owner, curator, and art consultant. For eight years, Napper owned and directed the Los Angeles gallery den contemporary. In 2012, she moved to the Bay Area and became Curator and Director of Public Programs for the San Jose Institute of Contemporary Art. In addition to Napper curating the ICA’s first solo exhibition for an international artist (featuring Leyla Cardenas from Bogota, Colombia), in 2015 she created ICA Live!, the organizations first ongoing program of participatory and interactive sound and art performances.

She has served as curator and juror for dozens of Bay Area non-profit art organizations, among them are Djerassi Artist Residency Program, Root Division, Verge Center for the Artst, Pacific Art League, Pacific Rim Sculptors, and Silicon Valley Arts Council Artist Laureate Award. She has participated in artist critiques at Stanford University and California College of the Arts, and curated an MFA show for San Jose State University. Napper currently serves on the Executive Committee for ArtTable. In addition to her work as an art consultant, Napper is presently the Director of Sales for the gallery Chandra Cerrito Contemporary.

  Aimee Le Duc  is the director of exhibitions and public programs at Fort Mason Center for Arts & Culture. 

Aimee Le Duc is the director of exhibitions and public programs at Fort Mason Center for Arts & Culture. 

  Sarah Thibault  is an artist, writer and curator living in San Francisco. Her artwork has been exhibited in the Bay Area, Los Angeles, Miami, New York and abroad including with the Berkeley Art Museum/Pacific Film Archive, Steve Turner Contemporary, Jack Hanley Gallery and Mark Wolfe Gallery. Her paintings have been featured in The Huffington Post, San Francisco Magazine, SFAQ, The Examiner and 7x7. Thibault curates a monthly lecture series called The Painting Salon and contributes regularly as a writer to SFAQ Online. She holds an MFA from the California College of the Arts, a BFA from the San Francisco Art Institute and a BA from the University of Wisconsin- Madison.
  Donna Napper  has worked in the field of contemporary art since 2000, as a gallery owner, curator, and art consultant. For eight years, Napper owned and directed the Los Angeles gallery den contemporary. In 2012, she moved to the Bay Area and became Curator and Director of Public Programs for the San Jose Institute of Contemporary Art. In addition to Napper curating the ICA’s first solo exhibition for an international artist (featuring Leyla Cardenas from Bogota, Colombia), in 2015 she created  ICA Live!,  the organizations first ongoing program of participatory and interactive sound and art performances.  She has served as curator and juror for dozens of Bay Area non-profit art organizations, among them are Djerassi Artist Residency Program, Root Division, Verge Center for the Artst, Pacific Art League, Pacific Rim Sculptors, and Silicon Valley Arts Council Artist Laureate Award. She has participated in artist critiques at Stanford University and California College of the Arts, and curated an MFA show for San Jose State University. Napper currently serves on the Executive Committee for ArtTable. In addition to her work as an art consultant, Napper is presently the Director of Sales for the gallery Chandra Cerrito Contemporary.
  Aimee Le Duc  is the director of exhibitions and public programs at Fort Mason Center for Arts & Culture. 

Sarah Thibault is an artist, writer and curator living in San Francisco. Her artwork has been exhibited in the Bay Area, Los Angeles, Miami, New York and abroad including with the Berkeley Art Museum/Pacific Film Archive, Steve Turner Contemporary, Jack Hanley Gallery and Mark Wolfe Gallery. Her paintings have been featured in The Huffington Post, San Francisco Magazine, SFAQ, The Examiner and 7x7. Thibault curates a monthly lecture series called The Painting Salon and contributes regularly as a writer to SFAQ Online. She holds an MFA from the California College of the Arts, a BFA from the San Francisco Art Institute and a BA from the University of Wisconsin- Madison.

Donna Napper has worked in the field of contemporary art since 2000, as a gallery owner, curator, and art consultant. For eight years, Napper owned and directed the Los Angeles gallery den contemporary. In 2012, she moved to the Bay Area and became Curator and Director of Public Programs for the San Jose Institute of Contemporary Art. In addition to Napper curating the ICA’s first solo exhibition for an international artist (featuring Leyla Cardenas from Bogota, Colombia), in 2015 she created ICA Live!, the organizations first ongoing program of participatory and interactive sound and art performances.

She has served as curator and juror for dozens of Bay Area non-profit art organizations, among them are Djerassi Artist Residency Program, Root Division, Verge Center for the Artst, Pacific Art League, Pacific Rim Sculptors, and Silicon Valley Arts Council Artist Laureate Award. She has participated in artist critiques at Stanford University and California College of the Arts, and curated an MFA show for San Jose State University. Napper currently serves on the Executive Committee for ArtTable. In addition to her work as an art consultant, Napper is presently the Director of Sales for the gallery Chandra Cerrito Contemporary.

Aimee Le Duc is the director of exhibitions and public programs at Fort Mason Center for Arts & Culture. 

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