In Honor of Black History Month 2003, the MTC
Community Art Program Presents:
II - III*
Works on Paper by
Fan Lee Warren
Laney College Art
Joseph P. Bort MetroCenter
101 Eighth Street, Oakland
(at the Lake Merritt BART station)
Through April 25, 2003
10 a.m. to 4 p.m. weekdays
Labor System (mixed media)
Warren received her MFA from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago in
1985 and a BFA from Illinois State University in 1982.
She has been teaching drawing, sculpture and painting for 17 years in a multitude of
settings, from colleges to housing projects in culturally diverse communities. Also, she
has taught art history and art appreciation for seven years at Las Positas/Chabot colleges
and currently teaches at Laney College.
Warren has exhibited her sculptures, drawing/paintings and installations professionally for
20 years. Her work is in several public and private collections such as the public
collection of the new Harold Washington Library Center in Chicago, the Spertus Museum in
Chicago and the permanent collection of the Bemis Foundation in Omaha, Nebraska.
She has received various grants and awards including an Oakland Creative Artist Fellowship
Grant; Western States Arts Federation/National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) Regional
Fellowship for Visual Artist; an NEA grant as part of the Urban Renewal Laboratory exhibit;
the California Arts Council (Artist-in-Residence Grant); and two Chicago Community Arts
Her work has been reviewed in American Vision, The New Art Examiner, Art in America and
Arts & Letters. Currently she is featured in Who’s Who in America 2004, 58th
edition; Who’s Who in the World 2001-2003, 18th edition; Who’s Who of American
Women 2000-2001, 22nd edition; and Who’s Who in the American West, 27th edition.
images index.htm index.htm index.htm.new The Middle Passage refers to the second leg of the
Atlantic slave trade triangle.
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