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Ann M. Hatch

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Employment History

Chair

Trustees for California College of the Arts


Director

WAC


Affiliations

The Oxbow School

Founder


California College of the Arts

Chair of the Board of Trustees


Berkeley

Board Member


500 Capp Street

Board Member


Walker Art Center

Board Member


Capp Street Project

Founder


Studio 707

Board of Trustees Member


United States Artists

Member, Board of Trustees


Addison Gallery

Board Member


Workshop Residence

Founder


San Francisco Arts Education Project

Board Member


Rasmuson Foundation

Member, Board of Trustees


The American Center for Wine

Board Member


San Francisco Art Institute

Board Member


Oakland Museum

Member of the Boards


Philanthropist and Workshop Residence

Founder


San Francisco's renowned Capp Street Project

Founder


Art Museums

Board Member


Education

arts

Oxbow School


Bachelor of Fine Arts

School for Boston Museum of Fine Arts


Bachelor of Fine Arts

Tufts University


Honorary Doctorate

San Francisco Art Institute


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About

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Ann Hatch, Founder
Ann is a native San Franciscan and longtime supporter and advocate for the Bay Area creative community. In 1983 she founded Capp Street Project (CSP), a nationally recognized artist residency program. In 1997 Hatch, together with Robert and Margrit Mondavi, co-founded the Oxbow School, an independent semester high school for national students in the arts in Napa, California. Ann served as the Chair of Trustees for California College of the Arts (2005-2009) and on the boards of many arts organizations, including the Walker Art Center in Minneapolis, MN (since 1973), The Fabric Arts Workshop and Museum in Philadelphia (2009-2015), the Berkeley Art Museum (1996-99), Oakland Museum of California (1995-99) and the Addison Gallery of American Art at Phillips Academy in Andover, MA (1992-99).


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:: A talk by: Ann Hatch: Founder, Capp Street Project and The Oxbow School
:: Ann Hatch Founder: Capp Street Project and the Oxbow School ENTERTAINMENT


500 Capp Street | Other Site-Specific Works

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65 Capp Street was home to the Capp Street Project, an artist-in-residency program started by Ann Hatch, which housed installation artists who would use the space to create their works.


500 Capp Street | Ann Hatch

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Ann Hatch
Ann M. Hatch is a San Francisco native and long-time philanthropist in the areas of civic enhancement, arts, and education. She served as chairman of the board of California College of the Arts in San Francisco. She has also served on the boards of the Berkeley Art Museum; the Oakland Museum of California; the Addison Gallery of American Art at Phillips Academy in Andover, MA; Intersection for the Arts; the Walker Art Center; and the Telegraph Hill Neighborhood Center. Ms. Hatch co-founded the Oxbow School in 1997-an independent high school for the arts in Napa, California-and the Capp Street Project, a nationally recognized artist residency program. She holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts from Tufts University and the School for Boston Museum of Fine Arts.


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In 1994, the Capp Street Project, an artist-in-residence program started by Ann Hatch, was located on 2nd Street between Brannan and Bryant Streets, and Todd Hosfelt had opened his first gallery in the upstairs space on the same corner.


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