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Sacramento, CA

Sandra Rowe received her B.A. from Cal State University, Fresno and M.F.A. from UC Irvine in art with a focus in painting drawing and installation. She is a visual artist, writer, consultant, curator and educator.



For Social and Public Art Resource Center,Venice, CA. 
"Confrontation '92"

When we speak about racism we are really talking about racialism; "a doctrine or teaching, without scientific support, that claims to find racial differences in character, intelligence, etc., that asserts the superiority of one race over another or others, and that seeks to maintain the supposed purity of a race or the races." Racism, Webster's Dictionary states, is "any proc, or practice or racial discrimination, segregation, etc., based on racialism." more ->

Excellence in the Face of Adversity

Years ago when a white male professor asked me what I wanted to do with my life I told he that I wanted to have exhibtions in major museums and become a college professor. He said, " You will never do that." I did do all in spite of his comment. Many of us, people of color and women have succeeded in spite of the adversity put in our paths. That adversity has affected out lives by putting our psychological and physical health in jeapordy, we have lost relationships that were important in our lives (luckily that did not happen to me) or we lost site of the important things in life while fighting for our jobs, titles, and respect for what we do. more ->

The Invisible Woman

Urban Aesthetics 2003

An Internal Memo for CAAM

By Sandra E. Rowe

The following is essay is a response for Mar Hollingsworth and CAAM to discover the "connections" between the six artist's works in the exhibition titled "Urban Aesthetics." This essay discusses the "connection" between the artists and my selection process. It can be used by the museum and docents. It is not intended for publication in a catalog or journal. It can be referenced. Please contact me if you have questions. Sandra Rowe more ->

The Uninvited Guest