Barbara Goldstein, Board Chair

Barbara Goldstein is an independent consultant focusing on public art planning and creative placemaking. She is the former Public Art Director for the City of San Jose Office of Cultural Affairs and editor of Public Art by the Book, a primer published by Americans for the Arts and the University of Washington Press. Ms. Goldstein has directed the public art programs in Seattle and Los Angeles, worked as a cultural planner, architectural and art critic, editor and publisher. She is past chair of the Chair of the Public Art Network for Americans for the Arts.

From 1980-85 she edited and published Arts + Architecture magazine. She has written...Read more

Catharine Clark, Treasury

Catharine Clark is owner and director of the Catharine Clark Gallery established in 1991, initially as Morphos Gallery. Clark was born in raised in San Francisco. She earned a Bachelor of Arts degree with honors in Art History from the University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia in 1990. She has guest lectured at universities, museums and other institutions throughout the United States and Canada. Between 1999 and 2002 she team taught a professional practices course at the San Francisco Art Institute, with artist Ray Beldner. In 2006 she authored an essay for and edited the monograph, Ascending Chaos: The Art of Masami Teraoka 1966-2006, published by Chronicle Books. Clark is a member of the San Francisco Art Dealer’s Association, an advisory board member of SF Recycling & Disposal,...Read more

Andrea (Andy) Cunningham, Founder

An entrepreneur at the forefront of branding, positioning and communicating “The Next Big Thing,” Andy Cunningham has defined Fortune 500 high-tech brands including Apple, Cisco, HP, IBM and Motorola. Andy is an expert in creating and executing branding and communication programs that advance corporate reputation, increase shareholder value and accelerate business growth. Andy came to Silicon Valley in 1983 to help Regis McKenna launch the Macintosh and has developed branding and communication roll-out strategies for game-changing technologies and companies ever since. In addition to founding two successful communication consultancies (Cunningham Communication and CXO Communication), she played a key role in the launch of a number of new categories including desktop publishing with...Read more

Gordon Knox

Gordon Knox is President of the San Francisco Art Institute (SFAI). Prior to this role, he served as Director of Arizona State University Art Museum. Previously, Knox led Global Initiatives at the Stanford Humanities Lab, where he identified, developed and implemented international projects that combine the understandings and techniques of the arts, humanities and sciences and engaged them in on-the-ground efforts to effect social change.

Previous to the SHL, Knox was the artistic director of the Montalvo Arts Center in Saratoga, Calif., developing ambitious projects such as Edge of Desire, the only West Coast exhibition of a comprehensive collection of recent art from...Read more

Alfredo Muccino

Chief Creative Officer, Liquid Agency Brand Marketing. During his career, Alfredo has been recognized by some of the world's most prestigious design organizations. He has received awards from the American Institute of Graphic Arts, the Western Art Directors Club, the Society of Publication Design, the Society of Business Communicators, American Corporate Identity, and many others.

After selling his business to Full Moon Interactive, he decided that it was time to start a new type of brand agency, and founded Liquid with Scott Gardner.As Chief Creative Officer, Alfredo sets the tone for the creative approach and the brand strategy work that Liquid delivers. Over the years, Alfredo has worked on significant brand strategy assignments and major product launches for companies...Read more