Studied at Stephens College, Columbia, MO; University of California, Berkeley; San Francisco State University; and San Francisco Art Institute.
Major: Humanities. Hold State of California Teaching Credential.


Performance: George Coates, Bread and Puppet Theatre: Ruth Zaporah: Johnanna Haigood/Zacco Theatre; International Clown Theatre Festival; Butoh/Theatre of Yugen; Rinde Eckert.
Dance: Katherine Quitzo; Saida Gerraird; Harriet Ann Gray; Anna halprin; Center for World Music.
Ceramics: Ron Nagel.
Metal Sculpture: Mel Henderson.
Fresco: Kala Institute.
Installation: John Woodall.


Masques et Musiques -Performance Series for collaborations between visual artists and musicians.
Buddha's Birthday Pageant - Green Gulch Zen Center. Collaboration with Norman Fisher. An AmericanBuddist ritual.
Burning Man -Created masks and animal totems. Collaborated to create megalithic sculptures.
Berkeley Community Chorus Orchestra (BCCO)-Sing for chorus orchestra.

Personna Grata - Trilogy of films: Food Is My First Language: Wok-n-Progress; Anatomy of a Spring Roll; Pins and Noodles. Created masks and performed.
Nightletter Theatre -The Waiting Room - Created masks.
Nightletter Theatre - Hungry Tree - Consultant for the project.
Cal Shakespear Festival - Shakespear and Beyond - Art installation. Taming of the Shrew - Created masks.

Butoh Dance - Oshidori. Created the masks, costumes, wrote and performed the piece.

Ritual of the Wind - Outdoor Dance Experience; Emeryville - Various performances.
Spirit Rock Meditation Center - Vesak - Created masks.

Harupin-Ha Butoh Company - Yerba Buena Gardens, SF. John Cage 16 Dances. Performed to musics by San Francisco Contemporary Music Players.

Mother Sun and Her People- Cherokee myth created and performed at Festival of the Lake in Oakland. Community performers developed masks with students of MOCA-Oakland Museum of Children's Arts.

Bill Graham Presents New Orleans Festival - Tour ('93-'94) of U.S.
Berkeley Art Center - Performance/Installation of original piece: Pythagon's Ghost & I.
Footloose Studios - San Francisco Series.
Annie's Hall - Collaboration with Hiroko Tamari, Annie Wildwood, Romona Moon.
Sight and Insight Gallery - With Diano Marto. Linneage Canto IX.

Antenna Theatre - Marina, SF & Bay Model, Sausalito. Artist for and lead performer in All You Can Eat. Performer, guide for Radio Interference.
West Coast Playwrites - Marin Repertory Theatre. Alma Becker's gang of women. Group performance.
Subject to Flooding - Five women's original monologues directed by Nina Wise.
Great Mother, Protect Us - Sausalito. Alter for houseboat protection.

Women Arts - Sausalito. Performance art piece.
Russia - by Antenna. Female lead for performance in New York, San Francisco, and Marin.
Trick Dog Theatre - San Francisco Performer and art pieces in A Dog's Disgust and Give Way.
Old Man Coyote Theatre Presents the Big Game - Writer, director, producer, and set design. Performances in Sausalito, Santa Cruz, and Los Angeles.
Marin Community Playhouse - Set design for Scarlotte Harlot and Juggling and Other Secrets.
Old Man Coyote Has Always Existed - Writer, director, set design. Performed at Dunphy Park, Sausalito.
Return to the Mountain - With Anna Halprin and the Tamalpais Institute. Collaborated with performers to create their own huge spirit masks.
The Sleeping Lady Awakes - Writer, director, set design. Performed at Dunphy Park, Sausalito.
Antenna Theatre - Female lead in Vacuum for East Coast Tour.

Christmas Revels - large puppet and mask maker.
Berkeley Arts Festival - various mask exhibitions.
ProArts - Oakland.
Regional Canvas: A survey of painting and mixed medial. 1996.
New Visions: Introduction 99. Mask exhibition.

Alice Arts Center - Oakland. Art Exhibition Series - Chromatic Illumination. Mask exhibition.
Dance Palace Pt. Reyes - Mask exhibition.

Berkeley Art Center - Stay Tuned - Art documenting the Pacifica/KPFA struggle of 1999.

Artisans Gallery - Mill Valley. Celebration of Masks and Feasts. Group show. Featured artist and co-curator.
San Jose Taiko Dojo - Large characters.

Theatre Artaud - Masks for Surrender by Lauren Elder.
Museo ItaloAmericano - Carnevale Veneziano.

Asian American Theatre - Giant Masks for PBC Film Anatomy of an Egg Roll.

Nightletter Theatre - Live Oak Park, Berkeley. Masks for Private Eye.
Theatre of Yugen - Pieces for Inugami.
Frichtingstein Institute - Amsterdam. Pieces for Fasnacht Revisited.
Cyber Arts International - Los Angeles. Group show.
Soon Three Theatre - Cowell Theatre. Pieces.
Welcome to the Millenium - Art from KPFA Struggle

Macy's and Saks Fifth Avenue - New York and San Francisco. Masks for designer evening gowns.
Cartier Perfume - Promotional pieces.
Green Gulch Zen Center - Workshop and pieces.
Universal Studios - Los Angeles. Masks for Murder She Wrote series.

Sight and Insight - Mixed Mentors Workshops. 2000
Making the Millennium - Oakland students art in public places at Rancho Peralta Park. 2000
300 Fest - SF 300 Logical Society. 1998.
Bill Graham Presents New Orleans Festival - Mask workshops with tour ('93-'94) of U.S.
Green Gulch Zen Center - Mask workshop. 1993.
Comtemporary Crafts Market - Workshops. 1987-1993.
Marin County Schools - Workshops. 1986-1993.
Marin Civic Center - Imagination Celebration. Taught 1500 children mask making. Masks used in the Olympic Arts Festival. 1984.

Awarded exclusive license by Andrew Lloyd Webber to fabricate Phantom of the Opera masks for national distributor. 1988.
Established Masque Arrayed. Studio specializing in original handmade paper mache masks. 1978-Present.
Goodfellow Review of Crafts - April, 1983. Featured in article, The Face Behind the Mask.
California Magazine - October, 1982. Best Bets: A Change of Face. Work Shown.
Pacific Sun - April 10, 1981. Featured in article, Life on the Waterfront: Despite Developers and a House Without a Dock, Annie Hallatt's Spirits are Undampened.