Meet Bay Area Art Star: Deborah Munk, Director, Recology San Francisco Artist in Residence Program
Under the leadership of Deborah Munk, who has worked for the Recology Artist in Residence Program since 2000 and served as the director since 2007, the art and education initiatives at Recology have received local, national, and international acclaim. Munk has brought an increased profile to the program within the Bay Area art community and has forged important relationships with local arts organizations. Numerous major exhibitions have taken place under her tenure, most notably a 2013 show at the SFO Museum and a 2017 show at SF Camerawork. She also manages the Recology Environmental Learning Center where the company provides educational tours about resource conservation to over 4,000 children and adults annually. Munk was instrumental in establishing the GLEAN Program in Portland and assisted in the implementation of similar AIR programs at Recology facilities in Astoria, Oregon and Seattle, Washington. Before joining Recology as AIR Program Coordinator in 2000, she was the assistant editor of Art/Women/California 1950-2000: Parallels and Intersection, published by UC Press. She is a graduate of San Francisco State University and holds a Master’s Degree in Educational Technology focusing on art and media.
To learn more about the Recology SF Artist in Residence Program, visit: https://www.recology.com/recol…/artist-in-residence-program/.
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