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500 Capp Street | Ann Hatch
Founding Member, Board of Directors
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 the California College of the Arts in San Francisco, and has 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.
Ann 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.
United States Artists Announces Ann ...
United States Artists Announces Ann Hatch as New Trustee
By Robin Scher Posted 04/07/16 1:35 pm
Ann Hatch. COURTESY UNITED STATES ARTISTS
Grant-making organization United States Artists (USA) has just announced the appointment of Ann Hatch
to its board of trustees.
In this role, Hatch
will join sixteen fellow trustees from across the country entrusted with overseeing the growth of the organization, which awards annual $50,000 fellowships to artists involved in an array of creative fields.
has a long history of arts patronage.
In 1983 she founded the Capp Street Project (CSP) residency program in her hometown of San Francisco.
Hatch has also served on the boards of numerous arts organizations including the California College of the Arts, the Walker Art Center in Minneapolis (which was founded by her great-grandfather), the Berkeley Art Museum, and more recently the Fabric Arts Workshop and Museum in Philadelphia.
echoed Jayaram's sentiment in her
own statement, saying that she
was "thrilled to join USA
in their vital mission of supporting this country's most accomplished and diverse artists.
United States Artists Announces Ann Hatch
as New Trustee
Building News â€” Donald MacDonald Architects
Donald MacDonald and California College of Arts (CCA) trustee Ann Hatch at the California College of Arts benefit at Gump's.
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Ann M. Hatch
...Ann M. HatchCalifornia College of the Arts Board Chair & PhilanthropistA native San Franciscan, she founded the Capp Street Project, a nationally recognized artist residency program, in 1983.In 1997, together with Robert & Margrit Mondavi, she cofounded the Oxbow School, an independent high school for the arts in Napa, CA.She has served on numerous boards of arts organizations and is the recipient of many awards and honors from the local community for her avid support and outstanding contributions to the arts.
None of this would be possible without the persistence and foresight of Oxbow founder, Ann Hatch, who also founded the Capp Street Project, an artist-in-residence program in San Francisco.
"Mondavi wanted to do something with young people," remembered Hatch
The Mondavis were intrigued enough by Hatch
vision to sign on as Oxbow co-founders and donate $6 million.
Part of that donation established a fellowship endowment for Napa Valley students to attend the school.
"They were the element the whole school hinged on," said Hatch
Hatch and the board hired Thomas to be the school's first director in 1998.
added, "Everyone wants creative thinkers, but how are they going to get there?"
"Every time I would see Ann Hatch at events in Napa I would go over and thank her for bringing Oxbow to Napa County," said Pam Hunter, a longtime resident of the Napa Valley who now sits on Oxbow's board of trustees.