Susan Working Joins Randall Museum Staff as Curator of Applied Technology
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: (SAN FRANCISCO, February 26, 2015) – San Francisco Recreation and Park Department and Friends of the Randall Museum proudly announce a new addition to the Randall Museum staff. Susan Working joined the Randall team as the new Curator of Applied Technology, where she is focused on developing STEAM programming. STEAM is an acronym for Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Mathematics. Susan will be responsible for the oversight of all of the programs that take place in the Randall Museum’s shop, as well as “The Garage,” the museum’s new digital technologies space. The Garage will host the existing robotics program, audio electronic classes and many new integrated art- and technology-based programs for children and adults.
Formerly the director of the Furniture Design and Sculpture Programs at Anderson Ranch Arts Center in Snowmass Village Colorado and the Academic Director of the Pont-Aven School of Contemporary Art in Brittany, France, Susan has also taught at Rhode Island School of Design, California College of the Arts, and the University of California Santa Cruz. She holds an MFA from the Rhode Island School of Design.
“We are delighted to have Susan on board. Her strong background in design will keep us right in step with the developing trend to include Arts in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics curriculum,”
—Phil Ginsburg, SF Rec and Park General Manager
About the Randall Museum & the San Francisco Recreation and Park Department:
The Randall Museum, located at 199 Museum Way at Corona Heights Park, is owned and operated by San Francisco’s Recreation and Park Department with a mission to inspire creativity, curiosity, and a love of learning about the world around us. In fulfillment of this mission, the Museum offers an integrated program of arts and sciences to children, youth and adults through opportunities for hands-on learning and recreation, focusing on the cultures and environment of the San Francisco Bay Area. For more information about the Randall Museum the public may call 415-554-9600 or visit www.randallmuseum.org.
The San Francisco Recreation and Park Department’s Mission is to provide enriching recreational activities, maintain beautiful parks and preserve the environment for the well-being of our diverse community. For more information about SF Rec and Park please visit www.sfrecpark.org.