Maria Cheremeteff

Photo of Maria Cheremeteff Department Art Department 
 Office Visual Arts 133A
 Phone (415) 239-3448
 Mailbox V22
 E-Mail mchereme@ccsf.edu
 Spring 2012 
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Spring 2012 Teaching Schedule
ART 101 Western Art History 3.0 30005 002 Lec T R 09:40-10:55AM VART A114 Deadlines Final Book 32087 003 Lec T 02:10-05:00PM VART A115 Deadlines Final Book
ART 101-001, 002, and 003: Optional honors credit. Call 239-3376 or email skudsi@ccsf.edu
ART 102 Western Art History 3.0 30006 001 Lec T R 11:10-12:25PM VART A114 Deadlines Final Book 33186 002 Lec F 02:00-05:30PM Legion of Honor  Deadlines Book 32210 003 Lec W 06:10-08:50PM VART A114 Deadlines Final Book
ART 102-001, 002, and 003: Optional honors credit. Call 239-3376 or email skudsi@ccsf.edu

B.A., University of California, Los Angeles; M.A., San Francisco State University; Ph.D., University of Oregon, Eugene

Ms. Cheremeteff has been teaching full-time at CCSF since 1989 and part-time since 1979.

Her instructional philosophy and goals are to inform students of the creative impulse which gave character to societies and cultures throughout the world and time and to develop in students critical thinking skills for a greater understanding of the world that we all are a part of.

Ms. Cheremeteff has been involved in the following CCSF activities: Chair of College Curriculum Committee, 1995-2001; Advisory Committee, Art Department; Pioneered collaborative venture with the Fine Arts Museums in San Francisco; Recipient of National Association of College Broadcasters Television Programming Award, 1994 for writing and developing a Lesson on &>quot;Byzantine Art&>quot; for Art 116 Telecourse: Art of the Western World; Committee Member, Standard Four: Educational Programs, CCSF; Institutional Self Study for Reaffirmation and Accreditation; Guest lecturer at the Legion of Honor Fine Arts Museum.

She is a member of the College Art Association, Association of Russian American Scholars in the USA, and the Fine Arts Museum Society.

Ms. Cheremeteff has authored the following publications: (i)&>quot;Course Manual for Art 102 Western Art History&>quot;, developed in 1995 and revised in 2001 as part of a Sabbatical Project. It summarizes in outline form all the material students will be evaluated on during the course of the semester; (ii) &>quot;Course Manual for Art 101 Western Art History&>quot;, reformatted and revised in 1998 for currency in the field and relevance to the City College Student. It summarizes in outline form all the material students will be evaluated on during the course of the semester; (iii) &>quot;Readings in Art History: From Paleolithic to Baroque&>quot;, Kendall/Hunt Publishing Company, 1998. Revised in 2001; (iv) &>quot;Perspective in Roman Painting&>quot;, Readings in Art History: Paleolithic to Baroque, Kendall/Hunt Publishing Company, 1998; (v) &>quot;Transformation of the Sanctuary Barrier and the Role of Theophanes the Greek&>quot;, The Millennium, ed. Albert Leong. New York: Vladimir Seminary Press, 1990; and (vi) &>quot;The Uncreated Light: Hesychasm, Theophanes the Greek and the lconostasis&>quot; Transactions of the Assoc. of Russian American Scholars of USA, Vol. XXI, New York, 1988.

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