Plenary: An Artist's View
Ann Chamberlain is a visual artist resident here in San Francisco who has worked in a range of contexts. From public art to printed books and installations, using text, photographic imagery, and found materials as source material. And whose public arts commissions have included a number of outstanding installations including the San Francisco Public Library in a collaboration with Ann Hamilton; the San Francisco General Hospital; and the University of California San Francisco Mount Zion Cancer Center. Now, she's working on the completion of a commission for the California State Supreme Court building and is also working collaboratively with Victor Zaballa on an installation at the Mexican Cultural Heritage Gardens in San Jose, which just recently opened. Ann Chamberlain's list of awards and grants is extensive. She has been awarded a Fullbright Fellowship, awarded a Eureka Fellowship, a Lila Wallace Reader's Digest Fund Travel Grant, an NEA Inter-arts Grant, and an NEA Visual Arts Grant in photography.
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