Anuradha Vikram is Director of Residency Programs at 18th Street Arts Center. As a curator, critic, and educator, she has been a Lecturer in art practice, history, and theory at Otis College Graduate Public Practice Program, San José State University, College of Marin, and UC Berkeley; curated exhibitions for Craft and Folk Art Museum in Los Angeles, Mills College Art Museum in Oakland, and DeYoung Museum Artist Studio in San Francisco; and served as a past board chair for Kearny Street Workshop and for the Northern CA chapter of ArtTable. Her writing has appeared in X-TRA Contemporary Art Quarterly, Hyperallergic, Leonardo, SF Camerawork Journal, Afterimage, and Open Space, the blog of the SFMOMA. She is a contributor to Artillery magazine and to DAILY SERVING.
Previous positions include Curator of the Worth Ryder Art Gallery and Coordinator of the Visiting Artist Lecture Series for UC Berkeley’s Department of Art Practice; Director at Aicon Gallery Palo Alto; Program Director at Headlands Center for the Arts; Associate Producer of Zero One San Jose; and Exhibitions Director at Richmond Art Center. From 1999-2002, she managed the Claes Oldenburg and Coosje van Bruggen studio in New York. She earned an MA in Curatorial Practice from California College of the Arts and a BS in Studio Art from New York University. Check her website for more information.