Associate Professor of Art History at Skyline College
Kathy Zarur is Associate Professor of Art History at Skyline College and a curator and culture worker in the San Francisco Bay Area. Zarur’s exhibitions consider topics that relate to land and place, such as belonging, indigeneity, diaspora, migration, and alliance-building. With Jacqueline Francis, she has curated exhibitions for the San Francisco Arts Commission and Museum of the African Diaspora. She has also curated exhibitions hosted by SOMArts and Minnesota Street Project. In addition to her curatorial work, Zarur organizes conferences about art history and pedagogy, including Chinese Painting Here, Then and Now (San Francisco State University/Asian Art Museum, 2020) and Teaching Art of the Middle East and Islamic World (San Francisco State University/de Young, 2017). She has written essays for the Wattis Institute, Art in America, and Broadsheet. Zarur holds a PhD in Art History and certificate in Museum Studies from the University of Michigan. For more, visit www.kathyzarur.com.
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