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Ms. Ann M. Hatch

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Founding

Background Information

Employment History

Chair

Trustees for California College of the Arts

Director

WAC

Affiliations

Chair of the Board of Trustees
California College of the Arts

Board of Trustees Member
Studio 707

Board Member
500 Capp Street

Member, Board of Trustees
United States Artists

Founder
Workshop Residence

Board Member
San Francisco Arts Education Project

Member, Board of Trustees
Rasmuson Foundation

Board Member
The American Center for Wine

Board Member
San Francisco Art Institute

Member of the Boards
Oakland Museum

Founder
Philanthropist and Workshop Residence

Founder
San Francisco's renowned Capp Street Project

Board Member
Walker Art Center

Founder
The Oxbow School

Board Member
Berkeley

Board Member
Art Museums

Founder
Capp Street Project

Board Member
Addison Gallery

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

Web References (71 Total References)


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).


Walker Art Center Annual Report 2002-2003

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Ann Hatch


Workshop Residence - News

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During these two months, Workshop Residence staff (Ann Hatch, Founder; Braden Weeks Earp, Director; and Lauren DiCioccio, Artist) collaborate with The Fabric Workshop and Museum and delve into the museums 38-year history as inspiration for a series of informal events.


Studio 707

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Founded in 1997 by Robert and Margrit Mondavi and Ann Hatch, the one-of-a-kind institution (designed by architect Stanley Saitowitz/Natoma Architects Inc.) serves about 45 students a semester from around the country.

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Hatch found the site, which comprises about 3 acres in an area once known as Dogpatch. The property also includes historic Victorian buildings that once housed the valley's early Italian residents.
"Oxbow describes a natural phenomenon where a river comes in and turns back upon itself," said Hatch.
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Friends of Napa's Oxbow School, including founders Ann Hatch and Robert
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Honorary Chairs for the 2007 event include Margrit Biever Mondavi, Ann Hatch and Alice Waters.
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Ann Hatch
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Skowheagan School of Painting and Scultpure Announces 2007 Award Recipient, Ann Hatch comment Comment New York, NY February 22, 2007 -Founder of Napa's Oxbow School, Ann Hatch, will receive the Skowhegan School of Painting & Sculpture Governor's award for Outstanding Service to Artists at the 36th annual Skowhegan Awards Dinner on April 24, 2007.
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Ann Hatch, Governors Award for Outstanding Service to Artists Ann Hatch is Chair of the Board of Trustees of the California College of the Arts (CCA) and a longtime arts advocate. In 1983 she founded Capp Street Project, the first visual artists' residency program in the United States dedicated solely to the creation and presentation of new art installations. Fifteen years after its founding, in 1998, Ann Hatch was instrumental in merging Capp Street Project with the Wattis Institute for Contemporary Arts at CCA. In 1997 Hatch co-founded the Oxbow School with Robert and Margrit Mondavi.
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Ann Hatch has served on the boards of many arts organizations, including the Walker Art Center, the Berkeley Art Museum, Oakland Museum of California and the Addison Gallery of American Art at Phillips Academy. She is the recipient of numerous awards and honors, including honorary doctorates from CCA and the San Francisco Art Institute.


Studio 707: Saturday, June 2 event honors Chris Brown

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Honorary Chairs for the 2007 event include Margrit Biever Mondavi, Ann Hatch and Alice Waters.

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Ann Hatch

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