Judy N Goodman

Photo of Judy N Goodman Department Disabled Students Programs & Services 
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 Fall 2014 
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Fall 2014 Teaching Schedule
DSPS 4014 Accessible Arts & Crafts 0.0 82100 201 NCr T 09:30-11:45AM 207 Skyline  Book T 12:30-03:45PM 207 Skyline  80298 204 NCr R 09:30-11:45AM 207 Skyline  Book R 12:30-03:45PM 207 Skyline  DSPS 4017 Accessible Theatre Arts 0.0 82333 701 NCr F 09:30-11:20AM 1125 Valencia St. A109 Book 82334 702 NCr F 11:45-02:00PM 1125 Valencia St. A109 Book

Ms. Goodman has a BFA in Painting and Drawing from University of Wisconsin, and Masters in Theater Education from Emerson College, with a K-12th Grade Teacher's Credential.

Prof. Goodman has been teaching at CCSF since 2006

Ms. Goodman has been teaching theater, art and dance to adults and youth for over 10 years. She worked as the theater and dance coordinator at the Janet Pomeroy Center in San Francisco, teaching youth and adults with disabilties. She was the VSA art festival chair from 1999-2002, and has taught at a variety of art centers and museums, including the Art Production Center, the Legion of Honor Museum, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston and the Palo Alto Art Center. Ms. Goodman has exhibited her paintings and collages at galleries throughout San Francisco, and in addition to being an artist and teaching art, she is also an actor and director throughout the Bay Area.

Ms. Goodman is a member of Theatre Bay Area, Theatre Communications Group and the American Alliance for Theatre and Education. Locally she is a member of the Arts Education Alliance and she teaches as a resident artist for Young Audiences of Northern California, SF Arts Education Project, Laurel school and the Richmond District Neighborhood Center.

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