Stephanie Anne Johnson Stephanie Johnson

Adjunct Lecturer
Masters of Fine Arts Program
School of Consciousness and Transformation

PhD, Union Institute and University

MFA, University of California at Berkeley

In a theater career that spans four decades, Stephanie Anne Johnson has designed lighting for companies such as Cultural Odyssey - S.F., Dimensions Dance Theater - Oakland, The Oregon Shakespeare Festival, The Arizona Repertory Theater, La Mama Theater  - N.Y., Anne Bluethenthal & Dancers, and The Black Filmmakers Hall of Fame - Oakland. Her design work has also been seen internationally in India, The Netherlands, Italy, France, and Belgium. Recently she wrote and performed a one-woman play called "Every Twenty-One Days: Cancer, Yoga, and Me" in Los Angeles, San Francisco, and Berkeley.

As a visual artist, Stephanie Anne Johnson's installations and mixed media sculptures preserve and honor the history of Africans using slide projections, objects and light in settings such as railroad stations, churches, cemeteries, and galleries. Johnson has had one-person exhibitions at The African American Historical Society, S.F. and The Sargent Johnson Gallery, S.F. She holds B.F.A., M.A., M.F.A. and PhD degrees. She served on Berkeley's Civic Arts Commission for eight years. Dr. Johnson is a Professor at California State University, Monterey Bay in the Visual and Public Art Department.

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