Please contact Beth for information about availability and exhibit costs of the mural.
Beth Sauerhaft is a facilitator, adult educator, cultural worker and consultant. Beth is available on a limited basis to speak at mural engagements.
In 1970 Beth’s aunt died of breast cancer. The secrecy in Beth’s family about the five years her aunt suffered with breast cancer was a personal motivation for her in creating the BCOHAP. She was named a 1996-97 Literacy Leader Fellow with the National Institute For Literacy for her work documenting the power of participatory action research in linking health and adult literacy.
In 2004, Beth was diagnosed and successfully treated for early stage ovarian cancer. Beth resides in the San Francisco Bay Area with her daughter Danya whom she adopted from China in 1999.
Miranda Bergman has been a muralist and arts educator for over thirty-five years. She teaches visual arts and muralism to many constituencies, and directs international mural projects. Her murals stretch from the United States, to Mexico, Central America and the Middle East. They incude “Maestrapeace”, the acclaimed mural on the San Francisco Women’s Building.
Her artwork and essays have been published in over 50 books, and she appears in several films. In addition to her collaborative work, she has a large body of paintings, drawings, collages, sculptures, and mixed media works.
Miranda Bergman Studio