Singer Thompson is a long time Bay Area artist and teacher
who has exhibited internationally and nationally. Much of her
sculpture and interactive and educational site specific installations
deal with individual and communal survival issues. She often collaborates
with other artists on public art projects involving community
participation. Her main focus since 2005 has been making art about and
teaching environmental and social justice activist art.
ceramic works specialize in combining raku-fired metal and clay,
and anagama wood-fired works. She lives in Berkeley, teaches
at Laney College, and gives numerous workshops around the country.
She developed and taught a summer Eco-Art Literacy program
and is active in the eco-art movement as a member of board of
directors of the Women Ecoartists Dialogue. She
lives in a yellow house with purple steps and has chickens and
compost in the garden.
A short Video of Survival Matters, a brief history of her work and wetwork performances is available online at Vimeo.
Andrée's drawings of endangered species and California natives are avialable through Calliope's Bucket, under Eco art.
is available for workshops, lectures and exhibitions. Some of
her art work is available for purchase. For more information, please
contact Andrée directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.