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Stephen Joseph Goldstine, American art educator. Recipient Isadora Duncan award, since 2009, Committee Member award. Conductor The Art Orchestra, California Palace of the Legion of Honor, 1997.

Background

Goldstine, Stephen Joseph was born on November 16, 1937 in San Francisco, California, United States. Son of Edgar Nathan and Regina Thelma (Benno) Goldstine.

Education

Student, California School Fine Arts, 1951, 58; Bachelor of Arts, University of California, Berkeley, 1961; postgraduate in philosophy, University of California, Berkeley, 1962-1967.

Career

Teaching assistant rhetoric department University California, Berkeley, 1963-1966. Assistant professor St. Mary's College, Moraga, California, 1964-1970, chairman art department, 1969-1970. Consultant Freeman & Gossage, San Francisco, 1967-1969.

Director neighborhood arts program Art Commission City and County San Francisco, 1970-1977. Executive secretary Mayor's Interagency Committee for Arts, San Francisco, 1971-1975. Founding director Performing Arts for the Third Age, 1973.

Co-director Rockefeller Training Fellowships in Museum Education, 1975. President San Francisco Art Institute, 1977-1986. Director graduate programs California College Arts and Crafts, 1983—2003, Dennis Leon professor graduate studies, since 2002.

Visiting faculty San Francisco State University. Senior consultant Daniel Solomon Architects and Planners, 1988. Member chancellor's advisory board University Art Museum, University California, Berkeley, since 1979.

Executive committee, trustee San Francisco Arts Education Foundation, since 1985. Member Oakland Cultural Affairs Commission, since 2002. Member prominent organizations panel California Arts Council, 1981, vice chairman, 1983, chairman, 1985-1987.

Chairman invited session American Philosophical Association (Pacific division), 1986, lecturer University of California at Los Angeles, 1976, Stanford University, 1966, Harvard University, 1976, 71. Docent Lycee International Franco-American, since 1993.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Editor: Western Round Table on Modern Art, 1993. Co-producer, co-director (film) Walz um die Wände hoch zu gehen, 1999.

Membership

Conductor The Art Orchestra, California Palace of the Legion of Honor, 1997.

Connections

Married Emily Raechel Miller Keeler, April 12, 1981. Children: Rachel, Bettina, Simone Massimiliana.

father:
Edgar Nathan Goldstine

mother:
Regina Thelma (Benno) Goldstine

spouse:
Emily Raechel Miller Keeler

children:
Bettina Goldstine

Simone Massimiliana Goldstine

Rachel Goldstine