Kathie-Foley Meyer CV
    GRAPHIC DESIGN - 2007 to present (selected items, complete list upon request)
  • Pity the Proud Ones - key art for theatrical production
  • Camp Logan - key art and lobby exhibition for theatrical production

    13 Families - Key art for collateral for documentary film

  • HISTORIC BLACK CHURCHES OF LOS ANGELES - exhibition graphics and tour booklet
  • A DREAM REALIZED - exhibion graphics
  • BLACK CHROME - exhibition graphics
  • ALLENSWORTH: 100 Years of the California Dream - exhibition graphics
  • MLK in CALIFORNIA - outdoor banner
  • THE AFRICAN PRESENCE IN MEXICO - exhibition graphics (invitation, program card, outdoor banner)
    iWorks - Hospitality Lighting Design Trade Show Presentation (multimedia)
    Angela Kahn, LMFT - Professional identity package - business cards, stationery, practice announcement mailer



    Barnsdall Gallery Theatre & ART from the Ashes, "Wellness Works," Los Angeles
  • Dead Shop Scroll, chalk on paper
  • Obsolete Text (The Job You Want), wood, metal, paper, nails, plastic tubing
    Orange County Fair & the Museum of Neon Art, "Home Sweet Home," Santa Ana
  • Brown People, Glass House, mixed media glass


    Royal T Gallery and ART from the Ashes, "Artists Unite for Japan," Los Angeles
  • Ghost Element, mixed media
    JRB Art at the Elms, "Cutting Edge Glass," Oklahoma City
  • Brown People, Glass House, mixed media glass
    Art Cube Studios, Chicago Street Gallery, "FW: Mailin' It In"
  • Wish You Were Here, acrylic photo collage on paper
  • Rien n'est perdu, acrylic photo collage on paper
  • Souhait tu étais ici, acrylic photo collage on paper


    Austin Details Art + Photo, "The Neon Show"
  • Kind of Blue, neon sculpture
    Louisville Visual Art Association, "Ne 10: Louisville,"
  • Bronzeville III, neon, glass and wood sculpture


    Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery (2009)
  • Mate Masie: I Have Heard It and Kept It, mixed media sculpture
    Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery, (2007)
  • Kind of Blue, neon sculpture
    Museum of Neon Art (2006)
  • Bronzeville, neon sculpture
  • Kind of Blue, neon sculpture
    createstudio design collaboration with principals LA Artcore, Robey Theatre Company, Miguel Atwood-Ferguson, Dr. Christopher Jimenez y West, Dr. Hillary Jenks and other artists in a creative exploration of the Bronzeville period in LA history.


    Illustrator, Photoshop, InDesign, Keynote, Microsoft Word, Excel, Powerpoint, Filemaker Pro, WordPerfect, Apple OSX, Mac & PC proficient


    Art Center College of Design, Art Center At Night; classes in fine art and industrial and graphic design
    UCLA Extension Design Communication Arts Program 2003-2005
    MFA, California Institute of the Arts; Writing Program, School of Critical Studies
    BS in Foreign Service, Georgetown University; Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service


    Member, Board of Trustees, Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions (LACE), 2011 to present
    CRA/LA Pre-Qualified Public Art Consultant, 2009-2012
    Member, Board of Trustees, Museum of Neon Art, 2006 to 2012
    Presented Black History Month slide lecture on Bronzeville to the Wilfandel Club, February 2007
    Member, MetroArt Advisory Group/Exposition Light Rail Project 2006-07
    Member, LACE Annual Benefit Auction Steering Committee, 2007
    Member, Metro Art Expo Line Downtown/USC Segment Artist Selection Panel, 2007
    Docent, Los Angeles Conservancy, "Downtown's Evolving Skyline," 2004-2005
    Durfee Fellow, 1997, with choreographer Arianne MacBean for Scripting the Body, a summer program in writing and dance for girls ages 6-12 in Leimert Park