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Lydia Titcomb

Chair for the 125th Anniversary Celebration

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Board of Directors

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Lydia Titcomb
Lydia Titcomb has been on the board of the San Francisco Art Institute (SFAI) for over 18 years and has served as the chair for the 125th anniversary celebration of the Art Institute. She has two masters degrees, one in nutritional Biochemistry from Columbia University and one in Museology from John F. Kennedy University.


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Advisory Board: Edna Arterberry, Julie Blankenship, Charles Boone, Beth Grinberg, Cris Larson CPA, Richard Mitchell A. Robin Ordin, Laetitia Sonami, Leo Steinberg, Lydia Titcomb, Michelle Vignes, Gabriela Falcao Vieira, Ann Wettrich, Allison Wyckoff, Arwen & Heather VaughanBoard members and advisors like Marissa Kunz, Anna-Lisa Froman, Justin Hoover, Lydia Titcomb and Diane Scarritt have given their guidance, countless hours and substantial funds.ArtSeed Welcomes New Board Members: Lydia Titcomb and Cris Larson Our new president, Lydia Titcomb, one of San Francisco's most generous and inspired champions of the arts, stepped up as our board development mentor and first supporting trustee.ArtSeed Welcomes Two New Board Members: Lydia Titcomb and Cris Larson!ArtSeed is very pleased to welcome on board Lydia Titcomb as its new president.Lydia has been involved with the San Francisco Art Institute for eighteen years, fourteen of those as a board member, and the last four years as the chair of the Trustee Committee.She served as chair for the 125th anniversary celebration of the Art Institute in 1996.Lydia has volunteered for the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art Tour and Travel Department, leading art trips to the south of France, Indonesia, Brazil and other locations.She was a founding member of Music in Schools and a member of Other Minds, a nonprofit organization that pioneers avant-garde music.Lydia has two masters degrees, one in Nutritional Biochemistry from Columbia University and one in Museology from John F. Kennedy University. We look forward to great insight and support from Lydia and Cris for years to come! Message from Lydia Titcomb, President of ArtSeedGreetings! - Lydia TitcombLydia Titcomb


Newsletters

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ArtSeed Welcomes New Board Members: Lydia Titcomb and Cris Larson
Our new president, Lydia Titcomb, one of San Francisco's most generous and inspired champions of the arts, stepped up as our board development mentor and first supporting trustee. ArtSeed Welcomes Two New Board Members: Lydia Titcomb and Cris Larson! ArtSeed is very pleased to welcome on board Lydia Titcomb as its new president. Lydia has been involved with the San Francisco Art Institute for eighteen years, fourteen of those as a board member, and the last four years as the chair of the Trustee Committee. She served as chair for the 125th anniversary celebration of the Art Institute in 1996. Lydia has volunteered for the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art Tour and Travel Department, leading art trips to the south of France, Indonesia, Brazil and other locations. She was a founding member of Music in Schools and a member of Other Minds, a nonprofit organization that pioneers avant-garde music. Lydia has two masters degrees, one in Nutritional Biochemistry from Columbia University and one in Museology from John F. Kennedy University. We look forward to great insight and support from Lydia and Cris for years to come! Message from Lydia Titcomb, President of ArtSeed Greetings! - Lydia Titcomb Lydia Titcomb


- San Francisco Art Institute

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Lydia Titcomb


San Francisco International Art Exposition, Opening Night

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Lydia Titcomb (right), member of the Board of Trustees of the San Francisco Art Institute, with four smartly clad bunnies by Kathryn Spence at San Francisco's Stephen Wirtz Gallery.


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