Deborah Kennedy, has exhibited in California and Germany in numerous solo and group shows. She was awarded a three-year California Arts Council grant to work with at-risk youth on graffiti murals and has completed a public art commission--EcoTech--on the light rail line in San Jose. In 1997, she received an Artist's Fellowship for Installation Arts from the Arts Council of Santa Clara County, San Jose, California and two years later she completed a solo exhibition at the de Saisset Museum in Santa Clara, CA. Recently, Kennedy presented an installation and performance entitled Full Tox Living at Gallery Route One in Point Reyes, CA. Currently, she is teaching Environmental Art: Theory and Practice at Santa Clara University and she is working on a public art piece with a watershed theme for the Santa Clara Water District.
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