Sandra Rowe received her B.A. from Cal State University, Fresno and M.F.A. from UC Irvine in art with a focus in painting drawing and installation. She is a visual artist, writer, consultant, curator and educator. Rowe's work has been included in exhibitions in Japan, the United States, Paris, Cuba and Nigeria. She has received awards from the National Endowment for the Arts and Los Angeles Center for Contemporary Art. Rowe has also worked on numerous public art projects including Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority's "Public Artwork for the Los Angeles Blue Line at San Pedro and Washington Streets" and the Anaheim Arena "Pond" project (artist team member for the interdisciplinary Public art project in the main entrance). Rowe was a lecturer for the Hatch-Billops Collection in New York. The collection is an archive for African American Artists from every creative discipline in the United States. A book is published yearly. She is a retired tenured faculty member from Cal Poly Pomona.