Cheryl Rattner Price,
Co-Founder and Executive Director
Cheryl Rattner Price has over 36 years experience in ceramics, sculpture and architectural design, creating monumental public art that brings communities together for a cause. In addition to her work as Founder and Executive Director of The Butterfly Project, she has been a pioneer for San Diego’s Anti-Defamation League (ADL) Holocaust Education Conferences, facilitating Holocaust survivor relationships with educators and students.
Passionate about art, education and tolerance, Cheryl’s board memberships include The Agency for Jewish Education and San Diego Center for Jewish Culture. Her role has expanded globally, coaching educators and artists engaged with The Butterfly Project to create impactful events and interfaith programming with an emphasis on the healing power of art to build connection and community.
While serving as Artist-in-Residence at San Diego Jewish Academy, Cheryl ran educational and art workshops with teachers, staff, students and parents to help define the seven guiding values of the school which resulted in a large-scale mosaic sculpture on campus reflecting the values of the community.
Cheryl has presented The Butterfly Project at numerous conferences and workshops including PEJE Partnership for Excellence in Jewish Education Conference Boston, MA, Anti Defamation League ADL Holocaust Education Conference San Diego, CA, RAVSAK Jewish Educators in Day Schools Conference Houston, TX, Museum of Tolerance Steps to Tolerance Program, Los Angeles, CA, Galicia Museum, Butterfly (MOTIL) Workshop Krakow Poland, National World War II Museum Family Day Butterfly Painting New Orleans, LA.
Cheryl holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts from Alfred University, New York State College of Ceramics. National Juried Shows include CLAYUSA, Radford University, VA, Trenton State Museum NJ, Exhibitions include Hoadley Gallery, Lenox MA, Worth Gallery Taos, NM.
Cheryl has created monumental mosaic art in San Diego at Carmel Knolls Neighborhood Park, Ashley Falls School, Sage Canyon School, Carmel Del Mar School, San Diego Jewish Academy and Torrey Hills Shopping Center.
Cheryl has coached other artists to create murals and sculptures in numerous cities and countries including Los Angeles, CA, Charlotte, NC, Tucson AZ, Brooklyn NY, Chicago IL, Sderot, Israel, Bondhi Junction, Australia, Mexico City, Mexico, and Montevideo Uruguay.
Salute to Women in The Arts
Hartford Art School, University of Hartford
Alfred University, New York State College of Ceramics , Bachelor of Fine Arts
Additional Studies: Parson’s School of Design, Greenwich House Pottery, NYC
Salute to Women in the Arts, Jacob Javitz Federal Plaza Building, NYC, Juried Show
Fosdick Nelson Gallery, Robert Turner Gallery (both in Alfred, NY)
National CLAY USA Radford University, Virginia
Trenton State Museum, Trenton, New Jersey
Crafts National 27 Zoller Gallery, Pennsylvania State University
Worth Gallery, Taos, New Mexico
Hoadley Gallery, Lenox, Massachusetts
Public Mosaic Art San Diego
Carmel Knolls Park
Carmel Del Mar
Ashley Falls School
San Diego Jewish Academy