Meg Shiffler

Galleries Director
San Francisco Arts Commission
San Francisco, California

In 2005, Meg Shiffler assumed the role of Galleries Director for the San Francisco Arts Commission. Each year the SFAC Galleries program produces nine exhibitions in three Civic Center locations, runs a residency program, partners with dozens of community organizations and businesses, and exhibits the work of more than 200 artists.  Prior to her work with the SFAC she consulted with the New Museum, NY; worked for Andrea Rosen Gallery, NY; and was the co-founder and gallery director for Consolidated Works, Seattle. Shiffler has also taught in the School of Interdisciplinary Studies at the San Francisco Art Institute, and was a contributing writer for SFMOMA’s Open Space blog.