Senior Lecturer
Department of Architecture
College of Environmental Design
University of California, Berkeley
Berkeley, California 94720

Born: 1942, Philadelphia, PA


1966 Bachelor of Architecture, University of California, Berkeley
1969 Master of Art, University of California, Berkeley


1980- Dept. of Architecture, University of California, Berkeley


DeSaisset Art Gallery, University of Santa Clara, Santa Clara, California, 1974.

Mills College Art Gallery, Oakland, California, 1976.

Richmond Art Center, Richmond, California, 1976.

San Jose Institute of Contemporary Art, “Sculpture and Drawings,” San Jose, California, 1983.

Wurster Hall Gallery, “Sculpture and Drawings,” College of Environmental Design, University of California, Berkeley, California, 1983.

Civic Arts Gallery, “Sculpture and Drawings 1975-84,” Walnut Creek, California, 1984.

Victor Fischer Galleries, “Sculpture and Drawings,” Oakland, California, 1986.

Dorothy Weiss Gallery, “New Sculpture,” San Francisco, California, 1988.

Holy Names College, Kennedy Art Center Gallery, “Joseph Slusky – Sculpture and Drawings,” Oakland, California, 1990.

Smith Andersen Gallery, “Sculpture and Drawings,” Palo Alto, California, 1992.

Barclay Simpson Fine Arts Gallery, “Sculptures and Drawings,” Lafayette, California, 1992.

Peerless Lighting Corporation, “Sculpture Exhibition,” Berkeley, California, 1994.

King Heller Gallery, “Sculpture and Drawings 1975-1996,” Bodega, California, 1996.

Galerie Johannesstrasse, “Sculpture and Drawings,” Erfurt, Germany, 1996.

John Natsoulas Gallery, “Dialogues: Steel and Paperworks,” Davis, California, 1997.

Gallery “A”, “Drawings and Sculpture,” Dresden, Germany, 1998.

Oakland Museum of California Sculpture Court at City Center, “Sculpture Survey 1978-1998,” Oakland, California, 1999.

Environmental Design Library, University of California, “Joseph Slusky: Painted Metal Sculptures,” Berkeley, California, 2000.

City of Oakland Craft and Cultural Arts Gallery, “Steel Dreams – Painted Metal Sculptures by Joseph Slusky,” Oakland, California, 2001.

Artemis Gallery, “Fossils – Steel and Paper Works”, San Francisco, California, 2002

Concourse Gallery (Bank of America Building), “Steel Dreams – Painted Sculptures by Joseph Slusky,” San Francisco, California, 2002.

Knorr Gallery, “Drawings and Painted Metal Sculpture,” San Mateo, California, 2003.

The Sanchez Art Center at the Pacific Center for the Arts, “Joseph Slusky – Sculpture Survey: 1973 – 2007,” Pacifica, California, 2007.

Smith Andersen Editions, “Joseph Slusky/ Painted Metal Sculptures: 1987 – 2007,) Palo Alto, California, 2008.

Museo del Pueblo de Guanajuato, “Antolog�a Escult�rica” – Joseph Slusky/ Esculturas en Metal (Retrospective Sculpture Exhibition: 1975 – 2008), Guanajuato, Mexico, 2008.

Art Foundry Gallery, “Joseph Slusky: Painted Metal Sculpture” (Retrospective Sculpture Exhibition: 1975 – 2008), Sacramento, California, 2008.


Berkeley Gallery, “FSM Group Show”, Berkeley, California, 1964.

California Palace of the Legion of Honor, “400th Anniversary Michelangelo Exhibit and Competition,” San Francisco, California, 1965.

Comara Art Gallery, “Group Show,” Los Angeles, California, 1965.

Wurster Hall Gallery, University of California, Berkeley, 1967.

Barnsdale Park, Los Angeles, California, 1966.

Galleria Carl Van der Voort, San Francisco, California, 1967.

Skanska Konstmuesum, “Three Artists from the USA,” Lund, Sweden, 1968.

Worth Ryder Gallery, “University of California, Berkeley/Associate Show,” Berkeley, California, 1969.

Berkeley Art Center, “Joe Slusky and Pat McFarlin,” Berkeley, California, 1969.

William Sawyer Gallery, “Joe Slusky and Don Henrico,” San Francisco, California, 1970.

Olive Hyde Art Center, Fremont, California, 1970.

San Jose City College, “Faculty Show,” San Jose, California, 1972-1977.

Berkeley Art Center, “Simonds and Slusky,” Berkeley, California, 1973.

Pleasanton Fine Arts Gallery, Pleasanton, California, 1973.

Ames Gallery, “Group Show,” Berkeley, California, 1974.

College of Notre Dame, “Open Air Sculpture,” Belmont, California, 1974.

San Francisco Art Festival, “Outdoor Sculpture Show,” San Francisco, California, 1974-1977.

Palo Alto Square, “Outdoor Sculpture Show,” Palo Alto, California, 1974.

Smith Andersen Gallery, “Introduction ’74,” Palo Alto, California, 1974.

Western Association of Art Museums, “Introduction 74,” (Traveling Exhibit) 1975-1977.

Civic Center Plaza, “Contemporary Sculpture by Northern California Artists,” Richmond, California, 1975.

Diablo Valley College Art Gallery, “Artists Studio Floor Sweepings,” Pleasant Hill, California, 1977.

Oakland Museum, “Bay Area Artists Exhibition/Sale,” Oakland, California, 1977, 1979.

Stuart Street Gallery, “Group Show,” Berkeley, California, 1977.

City Hall Lawn, “Contemporary Sculpture by Berkeley Artists,” Berkeley, California, 1977.

Ohlone College Art Gallery, “Faculty Show,” Fremont, California, 1977.

Center for the Visual Arts, “Sculpture Show,” Oakland, California, 1977.

Smith Andersen Gallery, Palo Alto, California, 1977, 1978.

Ohlone College, “Five Berkeley Artists,” Fremont, California, 1978.

San Francisco Art Commission Gallery “Group Sculpture Show,” San Francisco, California, 1978.

Center for the Visual Arts, “Gesture,” Oakland, California, 1978.

Worth Ryder Gallery, “Visiting Faculty Show,” University of California, Berkeley, California, 1978, 1979.

Sonoma State University, “Nine Points of View,” Rohnert Park, California, 1979.

Walnut Creek Civic Arts Gallery, “Spaces,” Walnut Creek, California, 1979.

Syntex Corporation, “Sculptural Sights at Syntex,” Palo Alto, California, 1979-1980.

Sun Gallery, “Group Sculpture Show,” Hayward, California, 1980.

Palo Alto Cultural Center, “Painted Sculpture,” Palo Alto, California, 1980.

San Mateo County Arts Council, “Sculpture in Public Spaces,” Belmont, California, 1980.

Los Medanos College Gallery, “Sculptural Attitudes,” Pittsburg, California, 1982.

Brook House, “California Sculpture Inside-Out,” Orinda, California, 1982.

Olive Hyde Art Center, “2-Dimensional Art by 3-Dimensional Artists,” Fremont, California, 1982.

Smith Andersen Gallery, “Small Format Sculpture,” Palo Alto, California, 1982.

Sonoma State University, “Sculpture ’82 – A Contemporary Survey,” Rohnert Park, California, 1982.

Kaiser Center, “The Brook House Sculpture Invitational,” Oakland, California, 1982.

Hastings College of the Law Gallery, University of California, “Contemporary California Sculpture,” San Francisco, California, 1984.

Oakland City Center Exhibition Space, “Sculpture at Oakland City Center,” Oakland, California, 1984.

The Jewish Community Museum, “Chanuka Exhibition,” San Francisco, California, 1984, 1985, 1986, 1987.

San Francisco Arts Commission Gallery, “Holiday Exhibition and Sale of Small Works by Bay Area Artists,” San Francisco, California, 1984.

Civic Arts Gallery, “Going Public – Sculpture from Studio to Site,” Walnut Creek, California, 1985.

The Creative Growth Art Center, “Art Auction and Exhibition,” Oakland, California, 1985, 1986, 1987.

Milwaukee Hotel, “Opening Art Exhibit,” Richmond, California, 1985.

California State Fair, “Juried Art Exhibit,” Sacramento, California, 1985, 1988, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997.

Triton Museum of Art, “5th Annual Small Sculpture Competition,” Santa Clara, California, 1985.

Civic Center Plaza, “Nineteen Bay Area Sculptors” (San Francisco Arts Commission Festival), San Francisco, California, 1985.

San Mateo Arts Council at Twin Pines Park, “Bay Arts ’86” (Seventh Annual Juried Exhibition), Belmont, California, 1986.

San Francisco Art Festival, “Invitational Outdoor Sculpture Exhibit,” Civic Center Plaza, San Francisco, California, 1986.

University Art Gallery Sonoma State University, “Art from the Heart,” Auction/Exhibition, Rohnert Park, California, 1987, 1988, 1989, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995.

Ohlone College Art Gallery, “Two Sculptors,” Fremont, California, 1987.

San Mateo Arts Council Gallery, “Bay Arts ’87” (Eighth Annual Juried Exhibition), Belmont, California, 1987.

Sunnyvale Creative Arts Center Gallery, “Primarily Color” (Work by 7 California Artists), Sunnyvale, California, 1987.

KALA Institute Gallery, “Art for Art’s Sake” (Exhibition/Auction), Berkeley, California, 1988, 1989.

The Haggin Museum, “1988 Stockton National IV Print and Drawing Exhibition,” Stockton, California, 1988.

University Art Museum, “Sold on Art: University Art Museum Council” (Auction/Exhibition), Berkeley, California, 1988.

California State Fair, “California Works Exhibit,” Sacramento, California, 1988, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996.

Gallery Concord, “Premier Exhibition,” Concord, California, 1988.

Gallery House, “Third Annual Juried Show,” Palo Alto, California, 1989.

65 Page Street Gallery, “First Annual Bi-Coastal Exhibition of the Sculptors Guild of New York,” San Francisco, California, 1989.

Gallery Concord, “A Closer Look,” Concord, California, 1989.

Center for the Visual Arts, “The Big Show/Abstraction to Realism,” Oakland, California, 1989.

Dorothy Weiss Gallery, “1990 New Work for the New Year by Gallery Artists,” San Francisco, California, 1990.

Plaza of the Americas, “Excellence 90, Texas Sculpture Association,” Dallas, Texas, 1990.

The Sun Gallery, “The Permanent Collection,” Hayward, California, 1990.

The Arts Council of San Mateo County, “Bay Arts 90,” Belmont, California, 1990.

Berkeley Art Center, “Bay Area Techno-Metal,” Berkeley, California, 1990.

Vorpal Gallery, “New Acquisitions/New Works,” San Francisco, California, 1991.

Holy Names College, Kennedy Art Center Gallery, “The Breakfast Group,” Berkeley, California, 1991.

Richmond Art Center, “Looking In/Looking Out: A Selection of Drawings,” Richmond, California, 1992.

Carmel Fine Art Gallery, “Rosemary Allen and Joseph Slusky” (Show of Painting & Sculpture), Danville, California, 1992.

Contract Design Center, “Painted Metal: A Survey of Work by 12 Bay Area Sculptors,” San Francisco, California, 1992.

Los Angeles Art Fair (Represented by John Natsoulas Gallery), Los Angeles, California, 1993, 1994.

Giorgi Gallery, “Group Show,” Berkeley, California, 1993.

Barclay Simpson Gallery, “Gallery Artists,” Lafayette, California, 1993.

New Art Forms / Navy Pier – Chicago Art Fair” (Represented by John Natsoulas Gallery), Chicago, Illinois, 1993.

U.S. Art Exposition at Fort Mason Center (Represented by John Natsoulas Gallery), San Francisco, California, 1993, 1994.

John Natsoulas Gallery, “All Creatures Great and Small,” Davis, California, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996.

Barbara Anderson Gallery, “Summer/Gallery Artists,” Berkeley, California, 1993.

William Sawyer Gallery, “Tribute,” San Francisco, California, 1993.

Richmond Art Center, “Visions of Light” (Exhibition/Auction), Richmond, California, 1993.

Contra Costa College Art Gallery, “Steel,” Richmond, California, 1994.

Berkeley Marina, “Sculpture by the Bay” (Outdoor Sculpture Exhibit), Berkeley, California, 1994.

Contract Design Center, “Overview” (Group Sculpture Exhibit), San Francisco, California, 1994.

Syntex Corporation Gallery, “The Pacific Rim Sculptors Group,” Palo Alto, California, 1994.

Holy Names College, “Cross Currents” (Small Sculpture and Related Drawings), Oakland, California, 1994.

Oakland Museum, “Outdoor Sculpture Exhibition,” Oakland, California, 1994 – 1995.

Sonoma State University Art Gallery, “11th Annual Art from the Heart Exhibition / Auction,” Rohnert Park, California, 1995, 1996, 1997.

Brandt Schneider Fine Art, “Sculpture at Auberge du Soleil,” Napa Valley, California, 1995.

Lookout Urban Space West, “Sculpture Maquette Exhibition,” San Francisco, California, 1995.

Contract Design Center, “Through the Door” (Pacific Rim Sculptors Group: First Annual Juried Members Exhibition), San Francisco, California, 1995.

Santa Monica California Civic Center Auditorium, “Modernism” (Represented by John Natsoulas Gallery), Santa Monica, California, 1995, 1996, 1997.

Sacramento Capitol Club Gallery, “Art Exhibition” (Organized by John Natsoulas Gallery), Sacramento, California, 1995.

Museo Val’Aosta, “Maquette Exhibition: Ideas and Proposals for Large Scale Sculptural Projects,” Val’Aosta, Italy, 1995.

Gallery on the Rim, “Dialogues: Steel and Paperworks Joseph Slusky/William Wareham,” San Francisco, California, 1995.

The Jewish Museum San Francisco, “Light Interpretations: A Hanukah Menorah Invitational,” San Francisco, California, 1995.

Contract Design Center, “Passion for the Figure” (A Sculpture Exhibition Sponsored by the Pacific Rim Sculptors Group), San Francisco, California, 1996.

San Francisco Craft and Folk Art Museum, “Exhibition and Auction,” San Francisco, California, 1996.

San Francisco State University’s Romberg Tiburon Centers for Environmental Studies, “Outdoor Sculpture Exhibition,” Tiburon, California, 1996.

San Francisco State University’s Romberg Tiburon Centers for Environmental Studies,” Maquette Exhbit,” Tiburon, California, 1996.

SOFA (Sculpture, Objects, Functional Art) “Chicago Exposition” (Represented by John Natsoulas Gallery) Chicago, Illinois, 1996, 1997.

Seattle Convention Center, “Seattle Art Fair” (Represented by John Natsoulas Gallery), Seattle, Washington, 1997.

Contract Design Center, “Humor, Parody, Irony, and Satire” (A Sculpture Exhibition Sponsored by the Pacific Rim Sculptors Group), San Francisco, California, 1997.

Claudia Chapline Gallery, “Pacific Rim Sculptors Group,” Stinson Beach, California, 1997.

Bolinas Museum, “A Matter of Form” (1997 Northern California Juried Exhibition), Bolinas, California, 1997.

Richmond Art Center, “Metal-Marked,” Richmond, California, 1997.

Berkeley Art Center, “30th Anniversary Exhibition,” Berkeley, California, 1997.

Vancouver Convention Center, “Vancouver International Art Fair” (Represented by John Natsoulas Gallery), Vancouver, British Columbia, 1997.

Holy Names College, “An Artist’s Legacy: Work of Sidney Gordin and Students,” Oakland, California, 1997.

The Jewish Museum San Francisco, “L’Chaim: A Kiddush Cup Invitational,” San Francisco, California, 1997.

Bedford Gallery at the Dean Lesher Regional Center for the Arts, “Art for the Holidays: Explorations by Artists and Designers,” Walnut Creek, California, 1997.

Matrix Gallery, “Group Show,” Sacramento, California, 1998.

Contract Design Center, “The Winter Show” (Presented by the Pacific Rim Sculptors Group), San Francisco, California, 1998.

Modesto Junior College Art Gallery, “Dialogues: Robert Simons and Joseph Slusky” (Paintings, Drawings, and sculpture), Modesto, California, 1998.

The LEF Foundation, “Sculptural Perspectives for the New Millennium,” St. Helena, California, 1998.

I. Wolk Gallery and Auberge DuSoleil, “Group Sculpture Show”, St. Helena, California, 1998.

Oakland Museum of California Sculpture Court at City Center, “Bay Area Sculptors Group Exhibition IV: Abstraction/Recent Sculpture,” Oakland, California, 1998.

Contract Design Center “Presence: An Exhibition of Sculptures that Suggest a Figure or the Presence of a Being” (Sponsored by the Pacific Rim Sculptors Group), San Francisco, California, 1999.

Wurster Hall Gallery, “Impulse To Draw” (An Exhibit of a Drawing Book Manuscript by Joseph Slusky and Chip Sullivan), College of Environmental Design, University of California, Berkeley, California, 1999.

Wiegand Gallery at College of Notre Dame, “Drawing without Models” (George Lloyd, Abby Shahn, Joseph Slusky, Chip Sullivan), Belmont, California, 1999.

Margolis Gallery of Congregation Beth Israel, “Kos Chaim – A Cup of Life” (Sixty contemporary artists interpretations of the Kiddush Cup), Houston, Texas, 1999.

The Berkeley Arts Festival, “The Breakfast Group,” Berkeley, California, 1999.

Mill Valley Sculpture Gardens, “Dialogues: Sculptures and Paintings by Katie Hawkinson and Joseph Slusky,” Mill Valley, California, 1999.

Sconehenge Caf� Exhibition Space, “Fresh Chickens and Sculpted Scapes: Works by Robert Simons and Joseph Slusky,” Berkeley, California, 1999.

The Jewish Museum San Francisco, “Making Change: 100 Artists Interpret the Tzedakah Box,” San Francisco, California, 1999.

Cecile Moochnek Gallery, “The Gift of Art: Small Works,” Berkeley, California, 1999.

Canessa Gallery, “Osmosis: Paintings and Sculptures by Katie Hawkinson and Joseph Slusky,” San Francisco, California, 2000.

George Krevsky Gallery, “Diamonds and Dust: The Art of Baseball,” San Francisco, California, 2000.

Contract Design Center, “Pacific Rim Sculptor’s Group: Early Members Tribute,” San Francisco, California, 2000.

Auco Cisco Gallery, “George Lloyd/Joseph Slusky: Works on Paper,” Portland, Maine, 2000.

Mill Valley Sculpture Gardens, “Group Exhibit,” Mill Valley, California, 2000.

Oakland City Hall, “Macquette Exhibit: Three Finalists for the Frank H. Ogawa Plaza Sculpture/Fountain Competition,” Oakland, California, 2001.

George Krevsky Gallery, “Play Ball!: Group Show with a Baseball Theme,” San Francisco, California, 2001.

Berkeley Civic Center Building, “Inaugural Year Long Exhibition by Berkeley Artists,” Berkeley, California, 2001.

Richmond Art Center, “Bay Area Selections: Jewelry / Metal Arts,” Richmond, California, 2001.

BACCA 1010 (Bay Area Center for the Consolidated Arts), “Group Show,” Berkeley, California, 2001.

Winfield Gallery, “Summer Group Show,” Carmel, California, 2001.

Sun Gallery, “City of Hayward Permanent Collection Exhibition,” Hayward, California, 2001.

Oakland Museum of California, “Platters That Matter” (exhibition and auction benefiting Girls Incorporated of Alameda County), Oakland, California, 2001.

BACCA 1010, “Group Landscape Show,” Berkeley, California, 2001.

Orinda Library Art Gallery, “Dialogues: Sculptures and Paintings by Katie Hawkinson and Joseph Slusky,” Orinda, California, 2002.

Berkeley Civic Center Building Exhibition, “Berkeley Artists,” Berkeley, California, 2002-2005.

Joyce Gordon Gallery, “A Leap of Faith – Contemporary Figurative, Glass Sculpture and Abstract Painting” (Inaugural Exhibition), Oakland, California, 2003.

Joyce Gordon Gallery, “Works on Paper – Exhibition by Gallery Artists,” Oakland, California, 2003.

Museum of Contemporary Art at the Luther Burbank Center for the Arts, “Contemporary Perspectives: Preview and Auction”, Santa Rosa, CA, 2004.

Lilith, “Joseph Slusky and Katie Hawkinson – Paintings and Sculptures,” Berkeley, California, 2004.

Center for Integrated Systems: Stanford University Art Spaces, “Group Show,” Palo Alto, California, 2004.

Joyce Gordon Gallery, “Tangents – Paintings and Sculptures by Katie Hawkinson and Joseph Slusky,” Oakland, California, 2004.

Steingart Gallery at Laney College, “Osmosis II – Paintings and Sculptures bu Katie Hawkinson and Joseph Slusky,” Oakland, California, 2005.

The Contemporary Jewish Museum, “Scents of Purpose – Artists Interpret the Spice Box,” San Francisco, California, 2005.

Peerless Lighting, “The Light of Spring – Art by Joseph Slusky and Katie Hawkinson,” Berkeley, California, 2005.

Sculpture Site Gallery, “Works on Paper by 5 Bay Area Sculptures,” San Francisco, California, 2005.

Richmond Art Center, “Holiday Arts Festival 2005,” Richmond, California, 2005.

Sculpture Site Gallery, “Primaries – Contemporary Sculpture in Primary Colors,” San Francisco, California, 2006.

Strange Cargo Art and Collectibles, “Three Views From Here – Katie Hawkinson, Chip Sullivan, Joseph Slusky,” Locke, California, 2006.

525 Market Street Exhibition Space, “Joseph Slusky: Painted Steel Sculpture and Karl Vischer: Lucite Paintings,” San Francisco, California, 2006.

Berkeley Civic Center Building, “Group Show of City Artists,” Berkeley, California, 2006-2007.

Richmond Art Center, “70 Anniversary Exhibition / Auction,” Richmond, California, 2006.

Crocker Museum, “Group Exhibition,” Sacramento, California, 2007-2009.

Weigand Gallery at Notre Dame de Namur University, “A Strong Vision: Three Decades of Exhibitions,” Belmont, California, 2007.

Alta Bates Summit Community Art Gallery, “Group Exhibition,” Berkeley, California, 2007.

Museum of Friends, “Opening Show: The Collection,” Walsenburg, Colorado, 2007.

Joyce Gordon Gallery, “Joe Sam and Joseph Slusky,” Oakland, California, 2007.

Scultpuresite Gallery, “Big Ideas, Small Works: Miniature Sculptures and Maquettes,” San Francisco, California, 2007.

Martin Luther King Jr. Civic Center Building, “Civic Center Art Exhibition 2007-2008,” Berkeley, California, 2007.

Generator Gallery, “Joseph Slusky/ Newsworthy and Inner Landscapes,” and “Katie Hawkinson/ Guanajuato Prints,” San Miguel de Allende, Guanajuato (Mexico), 2008.

Martin Luther King Jr. Civic Center Building, “Civic Center Art Exhibition 2008-2009,” Berkeley, California, 2008-2009.

Richmond Art Center, “Holiday Arts Festival,” Richmond, California, 2008.

Santa Cruz Museum of Art and History, “Assemblage + Collage + Construction,” Santa Cruz, California, 2009.


City of San Francisco, San Francisco, California.

City of Berkeley, Berkeley, California.

City of Hayward, Hayward, California.

City of Orinda, Orinda, California.

The Crocker Museum, Sacramento, California.


Peerless Lighting Corporation, Berkeley, California.

Barclay and Sharon Simpson, Orinda, California.

John and Kati Casida, Berkeley, California.

Sam Davis, Oakland California.

Stan and Anne Rice, New Orleans, Louisiana.

Ken and Joanne Nitzberg, Oakland, California.

Douglas and Leni Herst, Ross, California.

Adelie Landis Bischoff, Berkeley, California.

John and Lois Wachner Solomon, Piedmont, California.

Dick Shapiro and Pat Sakai, Oakland, California.

Ron and Sandy Baers, Newport Beach, California.

Keith Alward, Berkeley, California.

Ken and Christina Waldeck, Mill Valley, California.

Miriam De Uriarte, New York, New York.

Walter Hood Jr., Oakland, California.

David Baker, Oakland, California.

Joel and Barbara Renbaum, Ross, California.

Joyce Hawkins, Orinda, California.

Ruth and Jim Benson, Minneapolis, Minnesota.

Alison Geballe, San Francisco, California.

Sheila Dickie, Richmond, California.

Russ Ellis / Julie Shearer, Berkeley, California.

Charles Kahn, Berkeley, California.

David and Joyce Glatt, Berkeley, California.

Ralf Weber and Sharon Larner, Dresden, Germany.

Niki and Bill Leckie, British Columbia, Cananda.

Robert Gilbert and Marcia Mallen, Calabasas, California.

Jerry Dommer, Berkeley, California.

Jack and Diana, Damonte, Berkeley, California.

Mary Lou Licwinko, San Francisco, California.

Karen Brumer, New York, New York.

Roger Montgomery, Berkeley, California.

Leslie Haber, Sacramento, California.

Gerta Wingerd, Paris, France.

Susan Ohori, Santa Fe, New Mexico.

Leslie Becker, Berkeley, California.

Jean Freedman, Hollywood, California.

Amy and Kirk Prentiss, Oakland, California.

Nancy Chu, Berkeley, California.

George Lloyd, Portland, Maine.

Ray Lifchez and Judith Stronick, Berkeley, California.

Bayer Corporation, Berkeley, California.

Dennis and Deborah Cohen, Berkeley, California.

Ralph and Teresa Yanello, Danville, California.