JoAnn (Jody) Gillerman
Art Resume


Professor of Electronic Arts, California College of the Arts (CCA), Oakland, CA 1976- present

Founder/Principal Viper Vertex – Interactive Multimedia Exhibits for Museums and Public Venues  1977-present


School of the Art Institute of Chicago, IL  '76 M.F.A. Video, Painting 
Duke University, Durham, NC  '72 B.AMedical Illustrating, Art, Liberal Arts
University of North Caroline, Chapel Hill, NC Sculpture
Florence, Italy: (JR yr Abroad - Syracuse in Italy) Renaissance Art, Printmaking, Drawing
Washington University Art School, St; Louis, MO,  Printmaking, Drawing

* 1976-77 -  Built Sandin Image Processor/Video synthesizer used for live video image processing, effects, and mixing  in video production, installation, and performance.


LIAISON - Chimp Finder (©2005/2007) Saint Louis Zoo, St. Louis, Missouri - Installed 2005 – 2009
An outside Interactive Multimedia Installation Exhibit with live chimpanzees, Chimp Finder is a liaison between live Chimpanzees and the public. Chimps like people, live in groups and have complex social and political orders. These intelligent animals are in danger of extinction.  This outdoor exhibit, Chimp Finder, is designed to let visitors glimpse into the chimp world and connect with individual chimps through imagery and a sophisticated electronic observation scope, conceived and developed collaboratively by JoAnn Gillerman and Rob Terry.  Chimp Finder recognizes individual chimps in the field, and lets visitors interactively access information on particular chimps, and the politics and social order of the chimp group. “Chimp Finder” at the Saint Louis Zoo is the first of its kind and was designed to raise conservation awareness of the great apes.

Shadow Dance: Interactive Eclipse Exhibit  (©2001), Chabot Space & Science Center, Oakland, CA - Installed 2001 - 2005 
Designed with custom software for multiple
flat panel displays, floor sensors, computers, and video, “Shadow Dance: Eclipse Exhibit” is an interactive, multi-user, multi-channel, multi-lingual, floor-sensor driven environment encouraging the audience to create an eclipse by aligning the Sun, Moon and Earth on an arc of 12 high-resolution flat panel displays. By simply moving around the installation space stepping on floor pictures, the audience collaboratively and interactively creates an eclipse (lunar or solar), and subsequently explores visual/aural eclipse information: science, mythologies (visual and sound creation), art, history, and popular culture. Controlling layers of graphics, animations, video, imagery, environmental and multi-cultural sounds, and narration let the audience play the environment. (* In the Shadow)

Innovation Forum (©1999/2000) Multimedia Exhibit, The Tech Museum of Innovation, San Jose, CA - Installed 1999 - Present 
For multiple displays,computers, cameras, mic, and using custom softwa this multimedia installation creates an interactive forum in which to provocatively dialogue about innovations and technology. Through soft whispering, it solicits interaction, and includes real-time recording and playback of video/audio comments from its audience.  Through short interactively accessed video clips, a diverse, "virtual" panel of distinguished thinkers discuss a wide range of issues concerning innovation and technology, how they affect our lives, new explorations and ethical implications. Museum Visitors are encouraged to respond to these issues by recording their personal comments and listening to other visitors’ comments, all of which become part of the continually evolving Innovation Forum Exhibit. Discussion topics include cloning, patenting of life forms, genetic engineering, ethics, computer technologies, ubiquitous computers, global access to new technologies, forecasting, new explorations, cyberspace as community, and more.


Solo Exhibitions and Solo Multimedia Art Presentations
2010     Solo Exhibition-“Libyan Series” (digital images) & Desert Eclipse - Fingado Gallery
, El Cerrito, CA

2010     “From Lava to Chimps: Integrating Art & Science”, Piramid Sanat, Istanbul, Turkey

2010     “From Lava to Chimps: Integrating Art and Science”, T A.U.A,. Istanbul, Turkey

2009     “From Lava to Chimps: Integrating Art and Science”, PARC Forum, Palo Alto, CA

2008     Solo Exhibition of Video and Installation Works, Int’l Film Fest, Berkeley Art Center, CA

2007     Presentation of Multimedia Work – Columbia College, Chicago, IL

2006     “Eclipses” Presentation of Work (and lecture) at the Turkish American University Association,

             Istanbul University, Istanbul, Turkey

1998     “Retrospective and Current Works”, St. Louis Community College, St. Louis, MO

1998     “Hey, Listen Up!” – An Urban Eco-literacy Project on Environmental Racism and Environmental Justice, sponsored by the Urban Habitat Program of Earth Island Institute, San Francisco, CA.

(Interactive CD-ROM, multimedia art workshops, high-school curriculum)

This community-based art project with a multimedia component included on-site multimedia workshops with high-school youths in urban Los Angeles (Watts, Compton) resulting in a locally produced interactive CD-ROM created in part by the youths of the involved communities.  I was the, multimedia specialist, director and Instructor of multimedia for the CD-ROM and all media elements for this co-produced project that resulted in a curriculum model based on Hay, Listen Up! Interactive CD-ROM. (© 1997-98)

1996     “JoAnn Gillerman: Artist on-line” Artswire Arts forum

1995      “India Eclipse” media works, United States Information Service, Calcutta, India

1994     “AnArchy PartyCam” Performance, Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, San Francisco, CA 

1994     "Art Teco", “AnArchy PartyCam” performance, Cowell Theater, Fort Mason, San Francisco, CA

1991     “Lava” Performance, Volcano Art Center, Volcano, Hawaii

1989     “Kundalini and Baseball” Interactive Performance, CADRE/NCGA, San Jose, CA

1986     "Orchid Live Performance" electronic computer/video/music performance, Siggraph Electronic Theater, Dallas Convention Center, TX

1984     “Whispers in a Plane of Light” Live computer/video/music Performance, CADRE’84, Santa Clara,CA

1983     “Whispers in a Plane of Light” live performance for video Image Processor, music synthesizer and live model,  DiIGICON ’83, Vancouver, B.C., Canada

1983     JoAnn Gilllerman – Solo Show: video, installation, performance, Video Free America, SF,CA

1980     JoAnn Gillerman – Solo Show: video, Pacific Film Archive, Univ. Art Museum, Berkeley, CA


Group Exhibitions

2010     Digital prints, Collage - PARC (Palo Alto Research Center), Menlo Park, CA   

2010     Digital Print/Collage “Corinthian Eclipse Squared”, Richmond Art Center, Richmond, CA

2009     Equilibrium: “Chimp Love/Chimp Portraits”, Science/Art/Music Event, San Francisco, CA

2008     Genetics to Time Travel Show, Electric Works Gallery, San Francisco, CA

2007     CCA Faculty Centennial Exhibition, Oliver Art Center, CCA, Oakland, CA

2007     RX Gallery – Time Travel and Genetics, San Francisco, CA

2006     RX Gallery – Artists using Science and Technology, San Francisco, CA (Curated)

2006     NEXUS gallery – “Interactive Eclipses DVD  & Desert Eclipse video DVD”, Berkeley, CA

2005     New Works 2005 -Group Show, Oliver Art Center, CCA, Oakland, CA

2002    "Art Capturing Change", Exploratorium, YLEM, San Francisco, CA,

2001     Volcanic Eclipse Video, Burning Man (Curated)

2001     Total Solar Eclipses - Video, Exploratorium, San Francisco, CA

2001     Eclipse Exhibit & Innovation Forum, ASTC, Phoenix, Arizona

2000      High Touch / High Tech”, Oakland Museum, Oakland, CA

2000      Artists Using Science & Technology: "Hey, Listen Up!, YLEM, The Exploratorium, S.F., CA

1998         Eclipse Installation, Innovation Forum Exhibit, ASTC, Cleveland, Ohio

1999      Flamingo Eclipse: Peninsula de Paraguana, Exploratorium, San Francisco, CA

1999     “In the Shadow ", AAAS- American Association for Advancements in Science, San Francisco, CA

1998     KCSM Broadcast "Women of Vision" series: Volcanic Eclipse Excerpts video & interviewed

 by Jan Yanahiro (airtime through 1997-1998, KQED and KCSM)

1997     "Cybermonde", The Sun Drops Its Torch Interactive Installation, La Cité des Arts et des Nouvelles Technologies de Montreal, Montreal, Quebec, Canada

1997     20 year Tribute to Bay Area Video Artists, Mill Valley Film/Video Festival, Mill Valley, CA

1996        "Intijiwana” Interactive CD-ROM, Festival International de Video y Arte Electronica, Buenos Aires, Argentina

1994        "In (no sense) Defense", “The Sun Drops its Torch” Interactive Multimedia Installation, “Video Rock Sculpture”, Blasthaus Gallery, San Francisco, CA

1995     "Interactive Art Media & CD-ROM", Mill Valley Film/Video Festival, Mill Valley, CA

1994     "Ubiquitous Art Zone", Interactive Installation, ACM Multimedia ‘94, Embarcadero, S.F., CA

1994     "MultiMedia Exhibit " The Sun Drops its Torch Interactive Installation, Exploratorium, S.F., CA

1994        “Digital Artifacts”, “Kundalini & Baseball”, Interactive Installation, Taylor Art Gallery, CSU Chico, CA

1994     “Color in the Shadows: Bay Area Cyberart”, AnArchy Partycam Interactive Performance, Oliver Art Center Gallery, CCAC, Oakland, CA  (picture/catalog)

1994     "BE-IN -Digital Frontier", “Eros INterACTive” installation, Fashion Design Center

1994     “AnArchy PartyCam” Interactive Performance, Pier 32, San Francisco, CA

1993        “A New Sensation –Interactive Art”, “Eros INterACTive” Installation, Seybold, Moscone Center, S.F., CA

1993        “Tomorrow’s Realities”, Electro-Healing Interactive Installation, Siggraph ’93, Anaheim Convention Center, Los Angeles, CA

1993        Night Feeder Interactive CD-ROM, Film/Video Festival, Dallas Museum of Art, Dallas, TX

1993     20 year Retrospective Film/Video”, “Whispers in a Plane of Light”, Siggraph ’93  Electronic Theater, Anaheim Convention Theater, Los Angeles, CA

1992        "Visual Dialog" International Show, Digital Art installation, Spectrum Gallery, SF, CA (Curated)

1990     “Organia Slide Installation,  Oakland Museum of Art, Oakland, CA

1990     Oakland Video Artists: 3 Video Tapes, Oakland Museum of Art, Oakland, CA

1989        “Crash” Computer Art Exhibit: D digital prints, Wright Museum of Art, WI (travelin catalogue/book)

1988     "Dance & Technology", Winter Olympics Arts Festival, Calgary, Alberta, Canada

1987        “Orctavia” computer graphics slide installation, Siggraph Art Show, Los Angeles, CA

1985        "Whispers in A Plane of Light" video, Siggraph Electronic Theater, Siggraph ’85, Minneapolis, MN

1984     “Fiber Form” video, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco, CA

1984     Featured Video Artist show, Mill Valley Film and Video Festival, Mill Valley, CA

1983        Whitney Music Videos” video, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, S.F., CA (traveling)

1982        Music Videos: Clone Baby, Fiber Form, Punk Tape”, Whitney Museum of American Art, NY, NY  (Traveled)


SELECTED BROADCASTS of WORKS- 1976 -1998 national & international

Video Tapes Broadcast include: Volcanic Eclipse Excerpts, Fiber Form, Electric Dream, Clone Baby, Orchid, Whispers in a Plane of Light: a live performance, Untitled, Do you Mind this Time?, Moire, The Punk Tape, Viper Video 30 minute Program, Homage to the Exploration of Venus, You, Pentagon, Collection - Program 1(1 hr) and Collection - Program 2 (1 hr) and others.


& International Broadcasts: Japan, Canada, Australia, Europe




Academy Awards, Los Angeles, CA (in distribution)

Roxy Theater, San Francisco, CA

United Artist Theater, Berkeley, CA

The Exploratorium, San Francisco, CA  

Long Beach Museum of Art, Long Beach, CA

Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, NY

San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco, CA

The Kitchen, New York, NY

Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, MN

Pacific Film Archive, University Art Museum, Berkeley, CA

Berkeley Art Center, Berkeley, CA

Chicago Museum of Modern Art, Chicago, IL

John Douglas Cline Gallery, Scottsdale, AZ

St. Louis Art Museum, St. Louis, MO

INT’L: India, Bolivia, Japan, Denmark, Canada, France, Germany, Australia, Korea, Mexico, Taiwan. Turkey


2010 - Travel Grant, California College of the Arts – Presentations in Istanbul, Turkey

2008 - Travel and Development Grant, California College of the Arts (Siberian Eclipse)

2006 - Faculty Development Grant, California College of the Arts (Presentation in Istanbul)

2005 - Commission LIAISON: Live Interactive Animal Identification System & Observation Network, St. Louis Zoo, MO 

2004 – Faculty Development Grant, California College of the Arts

2001 - Commission, Interactive Eclipse Exhibit, Chabot Space & Science Center, Oakland, CA

2001 - Oakland Creative Artist Fellowship, Cultural Arts Dept. City of Oakland

1999 - Travel Grant and Faculty Development, California College of Arts & Crafts, 

1997 – Commission, Innovation Forum Exhibit, The Tech Museum of Innovation, San Jose, CA

1994 - Travel Grant and Faculty Development, California College of Arts & Crafts

1993 - Travel Grant and Faculty Development, California College of Arts & Crafts

1992 - Travel Grant and Faculty Development, California College of Arts & Crafts

1985 - Rocky Mountain Regional Artist Fellowship

1985 - Best Experimental Video - Hollywood Erotic Film & Video Festival 

1984 - Best Experimental Video - Hollywood Erotic Film & Video Festival 

1983 - Residency, Metro Television, Sydney, Australia

1981 - Multi-media Award.- 3rd Infinite Forum, Oakland, CA

1980 - National Endowment for the Arts Individual Artist Fellowship

1980 - Residency, Emily Carr College of Art, Vancouver, BC, Canada

1979 - Artist in Residence, Simon Fraser University/Emily Carr College of Art, Vancouver, BC, Canada



CLICK, Book, Rockport Publishers, North Light Books: (Distribution)

Digital Visions Computers and Art, Book, Author: Cynthia Goodman (Distribution)

Information Arts, Book, MIT Press  - Author: Stephen Wilson (Distribution)

1997         San Francisco Focus: Featured Artist Profile & pictures (Aug issue)

1996     Leonardo: Journal of Art, Science and Technology Volume 29  Number 4 -MIT press

Selected Reviews: Artweek (2001, 1994),  San Jose Mercury News (1998), Artswire on-line (1996), Computer Graphics and Applications, Magazine and COVER (1986)  Sydney Morning Herald (1983), Sydney, Australia



Saint Louis Zoo, St. Louis, MO • Chabot Space and Science Center, Oakland, CA • The Tech Museum of Innovation, San Jose, CA • Smithsonian Experimental Gallery, Washington DC • Long Beach Museum of Art, Long Beach, CA • The Kitchen, New York, NY • Electronics Arts Intermix, New York, NY • Video Free America, CA • The Whitney Museum, Traveling Exhibitions, NY • Amayakan (laserdiscs), US/Japan • Interactiva, Germany • Simon Fraser University, Vancouver, BC, Canada • Emily Carrr College of Art, Vancouver, BC, Canada • Metro Television, Sydney, Australia  • The Exploratorium, San Francisco, CA • Paramount Video, Los Angeles, CA • Siggraph Video Reviews • CCAC/CCA



2005     KETC Channel 9, Broadcast “Living St. Louis” Fragile Forest Exhibit at the St. Louis Zoo and the inventing of “Chimp Finder" and interviews with Jody Gillerman and Rob Terry on site at St. Louis Zoo

2005     KSDK Broadcast Channel 5 “Show me St. Louis” – Curator of Primates describes “Chimp Finder”

2001     KNTV Broadcast "TECH TALK": Shadow Dance: Eclipse Exhibit and interview with JoAnn Gillerman, shot on location at Chabot Space & Science Center (July)

2001     KNTV Broadcast “Evening News Segment”, Interview with JoAnn Gillerman, Producer of Eclipse Exhibit at Chabot Space & Science Center (June)

1997-98 KCSM and KQED Broadcast "Women of Vision": Interviewed by Jan Yanahiro (Aired1997-1998)


1976 - Present:

Professor of Electronic Arts, California College of the Arts, CCA -  (formerly California College of arts and Crafts, CCAC), Oakland, CA – Faculty in Media Arts, Narrative Film. First Year Core,Center for Public Life, and Upper Division Interdisciplinary Studies.  Designed, created and taught many new studio courses exploring art and technology, interactive new-media, DVD and Web, digital and analogue video, computer arts and interactive storytelling, installation and upper division interdisciplinary courses that integrate Art and Science, and Community outreach.

1997 -1998 Faculty Art department, Mills College: Video Installation and Production

1994 - 995 Faculty, Multimedia, Art Department. California State University, Hayward,

1995 Multimedia Faculty, Art Department California State University, Contra Costa,

1994 Visiting Artist in Residence, California State University Summer Arts, Humboldt, CA

1994 Visiting artist, University of California, Santa Cruz

1994 Faculty Symposium, California State University, Chico, CA

1993 Visiting Artist, Mills College, Oakland, CA

1993 Visiting Artist in Residence, California State University Summer Arts, Humboldt, CA

1992 Panelist/Presentation, "Art & Technology", 2nd International Visual Arts Conf., San Francisco, CA

1991 Visiting Artist, California Institute of the Arts, Los Angeles, CA

1991 Visiting Artist in Residence, CSU Summer Arts, Humboldt, Arcada, CA

1990 Visiting Artist, Massachusetts College of Art, Boston, MA

1990 Visiting Artist, California Institute of the Arts, Los Angeles, CA

1989 Visiting Artist in Residence, CSU Summer Arts, Humboldt, Arcada, CA

1988 Visiting Artist in Residence, CSU Summer Arts, Humboldt, Arcada, CA

1987 Presenter “Advanced Composite Imaging”, Biomedical Symposium, Tuskeegee University, AL

1987 Visiting Artist in Residence, CSU Summer Arts, Polytech, San Luis Obispo, CA

1983 Artist in Residence, Metro Television, Sydney, Australia

(Installed my NTSC Sandin Image Processor in Metro’s PAL Television Studio to teach, produce and perform Video Synthesis/Processing)

1980 Artist in Residence, Emily Carr College of Art, Vancouver, BC

1979 Artist in Residence, Simon Fraser University and Emily Carr College of Art, Vancouver, BC


2009-10 Deisgn, Production, Photography, Digital, Graphics of 48-page Book & Website for Athena, Chicago, IL

2008     Designed/Produced10-page print-ready Brochure & Postcards for Putney, San Rafael, CA

2004-05             Designed/produced Art websites: Richard/Tinna Savini ( & Siobhan Van Winkel (

1995     Producer Night Feeder Interactive Narrative CD-ROM, (© 1994-1995)

1994        Multimedia Producer/Director of "Guided Tours", Interactive Introductions for PC World New Media CD-ROM, IDG/PC (distributed)

1992    Design, Installation of, and Instruction for an Interactive Computer/Video/Music Lab to facilitate cross-disciplinary works, CSU Summer Arts, Humboldt U, Arcada, CA

1988        Video Post-Production: "Paquila - The First Step" Karl Stucki Production: a project designed to improve quality of life (basic nutrition, sanitation, medical care) in Paquila, Guatemala

1988-1990   Art Director, Editor, Associate Producer, Technical Director, Night Feeder,  90-min. feature video, Betacam (© 1989, in International Distribution ‘89-95) A Viper Optics & NF CO. Production




On-location Video Recording and Documentation of Total Solar Eclipses (1979-present)

Locations selected based on: climate and conditions, visibility and clarity in the path during totality, indigenous cultural potential, mythology/folklore, interesting landscapes/animal life, multicultural experiences, locale in world with intent to include all continents.

Siberia – Aug 1, 2008 (Siberian Eclipse Documentation - Shot for Planetarium Full Dome Projection)

Screened and Exhibited

Libya – Mar. 29, 2006  (Desert Eclipse Video/DVD, “Libya Series” Digital Prints, Collage)

Screened and Exhibited

Costa Rica - Dec. 14, 2001 (Costa Rica Annular non-Eclipse - Turtle Laying 60  Eggs Video)

Turkey  - Aug. 11, 1999 (Total Solar Eclipse Amasya Turkey Video, Interactive DVD)

            Screened and Exhibited

Venezuela - Feb. 26, 1998 (Pink Flamingo Eclipse Video, Interactive DVD)

Screened and Exhibited

India - Oct. 24, 1995 (India Eclipse Video, Interactive DVD)

Screened and Exhibited

Bolivia  - Nov. 3, 1994 (Intijiwana Video and Interactive DVD, Interactive CD-ROM)

            Screened and Exhibited

Hawaii  - July 11, 1991 (Volcanic Eclipse Video, Interactive DVD, shot for 360 º panning horizon Camera

 Obscura, Instsallation)

Broadcast, Cablecast, Screened and Exhibited

United States WA/OR border Airplane- Feb. 26, 1979  (Video, 360 º pans of horizon)   




On-location Video Recording and Documentation of active lava flows and other volcanoes– Works include video, interactive  DVD, installation (1991-present)

Video Portraits of Active Lava Flows on Kilauea, Volcano, HI:

Lava Montage DVD – (2010)

Interactive Lava Sampler DVD  (2010)

Lava - Moon Glow Flow and Sunrise Falls (2009)

Lava Boat – Ginger Anyone? (2008)

Lava Zilch 2007

Lava 2002 : Surface Flow, Lava Falls, Spooky Flow, Crater, Pali, (2002)

Bubbles and Splash – Lava Bench – (2000)

P’u’U’o’O Crater 1997

From Above P’u’U’o’O Crater and Skylight 1991

Volcanic Eclipse – (1991)

Crater and Skylight -  (1990)





SHADOW DANCE INTERACTIVE ECLIPSE EXHIBIT at Chabot Space and Science Center, Oakland, California




LIAISON/CHIMP FINDER INTERACTIVE EXHIBIT at the Saint Louis Zoo, Saint Louis, Missouri




INNOVATION FORUM INTERACTIVE EXHIBIT at The Tech Museum of Innovation, San Jose, California






 2009 Lava Falls                      2000 Ocean Edge Bench/Shelf      2007 Surface Breakout



Multimedia specialist and on-site VIDEOgraphy, PhotograpHy, and Web for International Conferences for Pensions 2000  (2000 – 2001)

  • Conferences included: Madrid, Spain; Paris, France; Budapest, Hungary; Vienna, Austria; Tokyo, Japan; Beijing, China, Athens, Greece. 
  • Responsible for video production and post-production and documentation (sent to all conference participants and archived)
  • Produced photo CD-ROM  (sent to all conference participants and archived)
  • Live Webcast from international locations and post conferences

MULTIMEDIA SPECIALIST, INSTRUCTOR, CD-ROM PRODUCER: Hey, Listen Up! – an Urban eco-literacy project on environmental racism and environmental justice. Project sponsored by the Urban Habitat Program of the Earth Island Institute, San Francisco., CA. (1997-1998)

  • Consulted on multimedia portion of the project
  • Instructed on-location multimedia workshops in video, photography, storyboarding, CD-ROM authoring and production for selected pilot group of urban high-school students in Compton and Watts, Los Angeles, CA
  • Directed the interactive CD-ROM Hey, Listen Up which was created in part through collaboration with the students in the project
  • Assisted in development of multi-media portion of curriculum on community and the environment for high-school students

PRODUCED, DIRECTED electronic multimedia “Guided tours” for PC World Interactive  -

New Media Interactive CD-ROM (1995 - national distribution)

VIDEO EDITING, Producing, and Consultant for Softdesk ASG, Sausalito, CA (1993)

VIDEO EDITING, CAMERA, “Pleat, Repleat”, Hedstorm Productions, Santa Cruz, CA (1992-1993)


Interactive computer/video/music lab at CSU Summer Arts, Humboldt, CA (1992)

PRODUCER, OPENING MONTAGE for ACADEMY AWARD NOMINNATED documentary film, Forever Activists: Veterans of the Abraham Lincoln Brigade, Judy Montell Production

            (1991 - National distribution)

VIDEO EDITING, Paquila: the first step, Karl Stucki Productions (1990)

A project to improve the quality of life (basic nutrition, sanitation, medical care, etc.) in Paquila, Guatemala

A/V MANAGER, Siggraph Art Show, Moscone Center, San Francisco, CA  (1985)

  • Organized, Managed, Specified and installed the technical requirements (power, video, sound and computer) for collective spaces and every artist accepted into the juried Art Show of Siggraph ’85, Moscone Center
  • Liaison with A/V Manager of Siggraph ’85, The San Francisco Museum of Modern Art
  • Meetings with  Siggraph Conference chairs and individual artists. 
  • A/V CREW , Siggraph Conferences, Video Resource Consultants (‘83-’87)

Video, Slides, Sound Installations for Siggraph conference in Minneapolis, MN, Detroit, MI, Los Angeles, CA and Dallas, TX


Hooker’s Balls and Exotic Erotic Ball, Women in Film and Video Academy Awards Night, numerous Large Benefits, Private Disco Parties, and College Art Association (CAA).  Bay Area Venues include: Cow Palace, Civic Center, Moscone Center, Galleria, Boarding House, Warfield Theater, Trocadero Transfer, and One Illinois Center in Chicago.