With roots in Berkeley and Oakland, California, Beth Fein pulls inspiration from her surroundings and seeks the thread that runs through disparate cultures and across borders. Her interdisciplinary practice spans printmaking, installation, video, and performance. And though subtle, her art practice speaks to accessibility and social justice, while transversing the figurative to the abstract. Fein is an artist-in-residence at Berkeley's KALA Art Institute. Her work is in the collections of the Yale University Library, Oakland Museum of California, the San Francisco Arts Commission, Taller Grafica Experimental in Havana and Faro Cabo Mayor Art Center in Santander, Spain. As a performer, Fein has created numerous site-specific pieces for civic venues including the Oakland Museum of CA, San Francisco Public Library and Yerba Buena Center for the Arts as well as out on the street.