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Robin Fuld has taught the Professional Studies Class, the business of art, to LCAD's Fine Artists for 11 years. In addition, 8 years ago she began her role as Director of Career Services. She transitioned to this new position after a 22 year career of professional experience in the visual arts. Robin holds a BA in Education from the University of Massachusetts. Her background includes extensive experience in corporate and residential art consulting and gallery management in prominent art regions, including Vail, Los Angeles, Palm Desert and Laguna Beach. She is a past president of First Thursdays Art Walk in Laguna Beach and created the first student mentoring program effectively partnering Laguna Beach galleries as mentors with senior college students at the Laguna College of Art & Design She also gives her time to other nonprofit organizations dedicated to enriching people's lives through art by volunteering her time to promote art education and appreciation.
I am a native of Southern California who spent nearly my entire waking childhood outdoors. In the late 1980s and early 1990s, I worked at SURFING Magazine as an Art Assistant. In 1998, I graduated cum laude from University of California, San Diego (UCSD) where I served as the Student Director of UCSD's Language and Cognition Lab while earning a B.A. in Linguistics with a Specialization in Language and Mind. My graduate studies in English were at University of California, Irvine (UCI). I worked at Laguna Art Museum for over twenty years and have maintained a post as a part-time Liberal Arts faculty member and Writing Lab Director at Laguna College of Art and Design (LCAD) since the fall semester 2000. In July 2012, I became LCAD's first Communications Manager. I am the author of Wolfgang Bloch: The Colors of Coincidence (Chronicle Books, 2008). My writing has appeared in the pages of Juxtapoz,The Surfer's Journal, Surfer Magazine, Surfer's Path, Surfer's Mind, Surfline, The Inertia, Saatchi, Glide, Laguna Art Magazine, Orange County Register, Riviera Magazine, OC In-Room Magazine, and more. A very, very amateur pianist, I count writing, playing, and listening to an eclectic array of music among my top passions. I am the creator, writer, editor and producer of "College. Art. Radio.", a weekly, hour-long radio program on KX935FM. Surfing, traveling, stand-up comedy, culinary arts, reading, writing, creating art, and sampling craft coffees and beers are other activities that keep me (mostly) sane.