TERRI COHN, WRITER + CURATOR
Terri Cohn, MA, is a writer, curator, art historian, and fine art consultant. She regularly contributes to various publications including SFAQ, Art Practical, Public Art Review, Art in America, and caa.reviews. She has curated exhibitions for numerous museums and galleries in the Bay Area, including the de Saisset Museum, Kala Art Institute, Mills College Art Museum, San Jose Institute of Contemporary Art, the Berkeley Art Center, and the Berkeley Art Museum. Since 2003 she has taught at the San Francisco Art Institute and the University of California, Berkeley’s Art and Design Extension program.
JEANNIE FREEDLUND, COLLECTIONS SPECIALIST
Jeannie Freedlund specializes in researching, managing and cataloguing collections for artists and artists' estates and has designed organizational and inventorying systems for multiple bodies of work in home and studio settings. She works with artists and families to both properly care for the artworks and strategically attend to the artists' reputations and legacies.
SUE HEINEMANN, WRITER + EDITOR
Sue Heinemann is a writer, editor, and artist. During her 40-year career in publishing, she has edited a variety of titles, including many art books, for Pantheon, Macmillan, Hyperion, Abbeville, Rizzoli, and University of California Press. She is the author of Timelines of American Women’s History (1996) and The New York Public Library Amazing Women in American History (1998) and has also ghostwritten several other books and published in Artforum and other periodicals.
CHRISTOPHER SQUIER, CURATORIAL ASSOCIATE
Christopher Squier is an artist, writer, and curator. He serves as Programs Director at Embark Arts, Inc., a nonprofit arts space at Fort Mason Center for Arts and Culture. Christopher received an MFA in Sculpture from San Francisco Art Institute. He currently collaborates with DISSOLVE Magazine and is represented at R/SF Projects in San Francisco.