Tricia Grame, Ph.D.
2000 Ph.D., Integral Studies, Specialization Womenʼs Spirituality, Art History, California Institute of Integral Studies, San Francisco, CA. Dissertation: Life Into Art: Art Into Life: Transformative Effects of the Female Symbol on a Contemporary Woman Artist.
1995-1996 CIIS, Womenʼs Spirituality, Masters Program San Francisco, CA – graduate work
1993-1995 M.A., Humanities: Concentration Art History, Dominguez Hill University, CA. Samsara series, A Creative Project.
1986-1988 California College of the Arts, Oakland, CA – graduate work
1984-1985 Cal State Berkeley, CA. Fine Arts- graduate work
1979-1981 M.S., Art Education, California State University, CA. Creativity and Art Education.
1996-present CIIS, Ph.D., MFA & MA programs, San Francisco, CA
2010-present Village Theatre Gallery, Danville, CA
2002 New College, Womenʼs Spirituality MA & MFA Programs, San Francisco, CA
1996-1999 Stanford University, Womenʼs Center, Palo Alto, CA
Published Papers & Art Work
The Effects of the Maltese Goddess on a Contemporary Woman Artist, An International Journal for the Study of the Divine Feminine, United Kingdom.
Ancestral Visions, Poems on the Neolithic Temple People of the Maltese Islands, Marlene Saliba, Goddess of Skorba, painting, p. 226.
The Future Has An Ancient Heart, Lucia Chiavola Birnbaum, Ph.D., cover She is Everywhere, Anthology of Writing in Womanist/Feminist Spirituality, Vol. 1 (artworks), Vol. 2, The Symbol, A Source of Empowerment, p. 381-391.
Metis, A Feminist Journal of Transformative Wisdom, CIIS, San Francisco, CA.
La Mere Noire, Lucia Chiavola Birnbaum, iUniversity, cover.
Selected Lectures & Invited Papers
International, Invitational Exhibition, Il Mara, The Westin Dragonara, St. Julians, Malta
National Womenʼs Caucus for the Arts, Curating Art Nationally & Internationally, Conference, New York, NY
Women, Art & Spirituality, Conference, Embodied Space, St. Maryʼs College, Moraga, CA
National Womenʼs Caucus for the Arts, Conference, The Scholar and the Artist, Boston, MA
Annual Solo Mujeres Exhibition, Women & Spirituality, Mission Cultural Center for Latino Arts, San Francisco, CA
The American Academy of Religion & Arts/Western Region, Transformations, The Body, the Vessel: Why All the Mystery & Embarrassment, St. Maryʼs College, Moraga, CA
The American Institute of Medical Education, Creativity & Madness, Psychological Studies of Art and Artists, Life Into Art: Art Into Life, Santa Fe, NM
Serpentina, The Female Symbol, Womenʼs Cultural Center, Montclair, Oakland, CA
Womenʼs Spirituality, Graduate Program, Creativity & Arts, CIIS, San Francisco, CA
2009-present MFA – Creative Inquiry, Interdisciplinary Arts, Adjunct & Curator, CIIS, San Francisco, CA
2004-present Womenʼs Spirituality, M.A., Ph.D., Adjunct Faculty, CIIS, San Francisco, CA
2001 Womenʼs Spirituality, M.A., Ph.D., guest faculty, New College, San Francisco, CA
Documentation of research correlating ancient traditions with iconographic images of the prehistoric, female symbol.
Italy, Malta, France, Thailand, Singapore, India, Greece, Sicily, Mexico City,
Buenos Aires, Zurich, Austria, Poland, Vietnam
Il Mara, St. Julians, Malta
Oltre Il Simbola, Centrol Culturale, Pietrasanta, Italy
Synchronicity, Archeomythology Conference, Madouri Greece
Ineffable Woman: A Bi-Coastal Exhibition, Minna Gallery, San Francisco, CA; Ceres Gallery, New York, NY
Ancient Symbol & Adornment, Grame & Witt, Italian Museo, San Francisco, CA
Receptivity, Graduate Theology Union, Hewlett Library, Berkeley, CA
Archetype, Quan Yin Gallery, Oakland, CA
Recent Work, Aparicio Fine Arts, Salta, Argentina
What Are Women Artists Doing, Juried & Invitational, Milligan Gallery, Danville, CA
Womenʼs Heritage for Peace, Domaine Carneros Chateau, Copia, Napa, CA
New Works, Barclay Simpson Gallery, Lafayette, CA
Mixed Media, Womenʼs Center, Stanford University, Stanford, CA
Source of Empowerment: Woman As Symbol, Philosophy & Religion Program, CIIS, San Francisco, CA
Temples-Malta, Images & Inspirations, traveling exhibition CIIS, San Francisco; The Scottish Rite Temple, Oakland; The Bade Museum, Berkeley, CA
complete resume upon request