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Georgia June Goldberg

P.O. Box 673
Ross, CA 94957
415-595-6144 (m)
georgiajunegoldberg@gmail.com
www.georgiajunegoldberg.com

EDUCATION

MArch, Princeton University School of Architecture, Princeton, NJ
JD, Georgetown University Law Center, Washington, DC
BA, Yale College, New Haven, CT, Magna Cum Laude, Departmental Honors, American Studies

SELECTED SOLO EXHIBITIONS

2014Coming to Know What We’ve Always Known, Morven Farms, University of Virginia and
Virginia Center for the Creative Arts, Charlottesville, VA
2013Earth Works, Beulah Gallery, Olema CA
2012Earth. Soil. Dirt: , Warnecke Ranch, Healdsburg, CA
2010Emergence, American University Museum, Katzen Arts Center, Washington, DC
2009perfect moment/perfect form, Milk and Honey Gallery, Mill Valley, CA (catalogue)
Velocity, Sam the Butcher Gallery, Ross, CA ( catalogue)
2008Seeing the Unseen, McLean Projects for the Arts, McLean, VA
2007Line, Light, Transparency, Swarm Gallery, Oakland, CA (catalogue)
Chronicle Books, San Francisco, CA
1999Destruction Series, SOHO20, New York City
Destruction Series with Selections from the Psych Ward Series, Cannondale Gallery, Wilton, CT
1995Psych Ward Series, The Fig Tree Gallery, Berkeley, CA
Figurative Series, Mill Valley Art Commission, Mill Valley, CA

SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS

2008Visual Impact: Work by Recent Fund for Artists Grantees, Invitational, Marin Community Foundation, Novato, CA
Out of the Fog, Invitational, Art Works Downtown, San Rafael, CA
2006On Making, Oliver Art Center, California College of the Arts, Oakland, CA
2005Close Calls, Headlands Center for the Arts, Sausalito,CA
Fall Exhibition, Oliver Art Center, California College of the Arts, Oakland, CA
2004New Work, Oliver Art Center, California College of the Arts, Oakland, CA
Drawing: Five Artists, Montgomery College Art Gallery, Rockville, MD
Inaugural Show, cubicle ten, Baltimore, MD
2003International Exhibition, Herbst International Exhibition Hall, San Francisco, CA
HOME, Invitational, CP Artspace, Washington, DC
Urban Anatomy, Gallery C, Los Angeles, CA
2002New American Painting, Curator: Lisa Dennison, Chief Curator, Guggenheim Museum, NYC
(catalogue)
New American Talent, Juror’s Merit Award, Juror: Anne Umland, MOMA, NYC,
Texas Fine Arts Assoc; Stark Galleries, Texas A&M University, College Station, TX;
Martin Museum of Art, Baylor University, Waco, TX  (catalogue)
5x7 On the Road, Dunn & Brown Contemporary, Dallas, TX; Inman Gallery, Houston, TX;
Finesilver Gallery, San Antonio, TX
2001Nineteen on Nineteen, The Fig Tree Gallery, Berkeley, CA
200016th Annual Exhibition, 2000, Juried, Berkeley Art Center, Berkeley, CA
1998Individual Artist Grantee Exhibition, Award Show, Falkirk Cultural Center, San Rafael, CA
Four Perspectives, Invitational, College of Marin, Kentfield, CA
1996Marin Portraits, Invitational, Marin Community Foundation, Larkspur, CA
1994Marin Community Foundation, Invitational, Larkspur, CA
1989Small Works, City Without Walls Gallery, Newark, NJ
1988New Jersey Artists Annual Show, Trenton Museum, Trenton, NJ
1986Architecture of Lost Spaces, No Name Gallery, Soho, New York City

SELECTED GRANTS AND FELLOWSHIPS

2014Winner, The Commission, Virginia Center for the Creative Arts, Charlottesville, VA
2011Winner, Soil Science Society of America 75th Anniversary Video Award
2009Finalist, Berkeley Open Circle Environmental Art Installation Competition, Berkeley, CA
2007Marin Arts Council Grant Awardee, Headlands Center for the Arts, Sausalito, CA
2002Juror’s Merit Award, New American Talent, Texas Fine Arts Association,
Juror: Anne Umland, MOMA, NY, NY
New American Painting, Curator: Lisa Dennison, Chief Curator Guggenheim Museum, NY, NY
Individual Artist Grant in Painting, The Marin Arts Council Buck Foundation, Marin County, CA
2001Full Fellowship in Sculpture, Vermont Studio Center, Johnson, VT
2000Gamblin Resident Fellowship in Painting, Vermont Studio Center, Johnson, VT
1994First Prize, Marin Arts Council Award for Artistic Excellence, Marin County, CA
1986Fulbright Award, United States Government, Washington, DC

ARTIST RESIDENCIES

2012Chalk Hill Artist Residency, Healdsburg, CA
2011Virginia Center for the Creative Arts, Amherst, VA
Ragdale Foundation, Lake Forest, IL
2009Bemis Center for Contemporary Art, Artist-in-Residence, Omaha, NB
2008Ragdale Foundation,  Resident Artist, Lake Forest, IL
Jentel Artist Residency, Artist-in-Residence, Banner, WY
2007Virginia Center for the Creative Arts, Fellow, Amherst, VA
2006Headlands Center for the Arts Affiliate, Sausalito, CA ( two years)
Villa Valparaiso, Artist–in–Residence, Mojacar, Spain
2005Jentel Artist Residency, Artist-in-Residence, Piney Creek, WY
2004Ucross Foundation, Artist–in–Residence, Ucross, WY
Virginia Center for the Creative Arts, Fellow, Amherst, VA
2003Dorland Mountain Artist Residency, Temecula, CA

SELECTED PUBLIC/ PRIVATE COLLECTIONS

US Embassy, Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina
University of Richmond Museums, VA
Robert Gamblin, Gamblin Artists Color Co., Portland, OR
Kasle Steel Corporation, Detroit, MI
Roberto Suro, Pew Hispanic Center, Washington, DC
Bruce Connor, San Francisco, CA
Wynn Kramarsky, New York, NY
Abby Bloom, Sydney, Australia
Peter and Sally Bohlin, Scranton, PA
Anthony Campodonico, Kentfield, CA
Mr. & Mrs. Richard Cashin, New York City
Kristina Flanagan, San Francisco, CA
Suzanne & Wayne Harley, Chattanooga, TN
Scott Hester, Marion, NC
Roger Kasle, Oxford, MI
Rodger Kamenetz, New Orleans, LA
Alice & Peter Kreindler, Washington, DC
Robert & Alex Leitstein, Kansas City, MO
Mary Reynolds, Tiburon, CA
Philip Werner, New York, NY
Melanie Barna, San Francisco, CA

SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY

“perfect moment, perfect form”, Catalogue, Milk and Honey Gallery, Mill Valley, CA 2009
“Velocity”, Catalogue, Sam the Butcher Gallery, Ross, CA 2009
Seeing the Unseen, Interview and podcast, McLean Projects for the Arts, McLean, VA
“Georgia June Goldberg: Line, Light, Reflection and Shadow“, Catalogue, Swarm Gallery, Oakland, CA,  2007
“VISUAL ARTS: New View”, San Francsico Chronicle, May 24, 2007
“Previews: Georgia Goldberg”, Artweek, April 2007
New American Painting, The Open Studio Press, December- January 2001-02
“New American Talent”, Texas Fine Arts Association, Anne Umland, Curator Painting and Sculpture, MOMA, NY, NY 2001

PANELS, VISTING ARTIST LECTURES, AND JURYING

Visiting Artist, Maricopa College, Phoenix, AZ 2007
Visiting Artist, Montgomery College, Rockville, MD 2004
Presenter of Work, Panelist, 16th Annual Exhibition, Berkeley Art Center, Berkeley, CA 2000
Panelist, "Art in Today’s Society," Yale University, New Haven, CT, 1997
Juror,  Mill Valley Art Festival, 1993

TEACHING EXPERIENCE

Faculty, Instructional, College of Marin, Kentfield, CA, 1988−present: Painting; Drawing & Composition; Life Drawing;
         Two- Dimensional Design; Beginning and Intermediate Architectural Design; Architectural Drawing
Lecturer, University of California Berkeley Extension, San Francisco, CA, 2014: Design 1
Instructor, California College of the Arts, Oakland, CA, 2013, 2014: Pre-College Program: Intensive, Painting/td>
Lecturer, California College of the Arts, San Francisco, CA 2007-2009: Drawing, Color & Light , Visual Dynamics
Lecturer, California College of the Arts, San Francisco, CA, 2007−2009: Color Theory; Architectural Design
Adjunct Professor, California College of the Arts, San Francisco, CA, 2001−2006: Drawing; Color & Light; Visual Dynamics
Lecturer, Corcoran College of Art, Washington, DC, 2003: Drawing; Museum Sketching; Large-Scale Figure
        Drawing and Painting
Lecturer, Graduate and Undergraduate Architectural Design, New Jersey Institute of Technology, Newark, NJ, 1986
Instructor/ Coordinator, St. Michael's School, Yale Alumni Service Corps, Yamoransa, Ghana, 2014,2013, Drawing, Painting, Color Theory
Instructor, Yale Alumni Service Corps, Karela, India, 2014, Color Theory

OTHER PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

Partner, Secor &Associates Architecture, Kentfield, CA 1986-1991, CA and NJ Licensed Architect
Designer, Michael Graves, Architect, Princeton, NJ, 1984-1986