Cheryl Rattner Price,
Co-Founder and Executive Director
Cheryl Rattner Price has over 40 years experience in ceramics, sculpture and architectural design, creating monumental public art that brings communities together for a cause. Cheryl works strategically in her role as Co-Founder and Executive Director of The Butterfly Project to create public and private partnerships with an emphasis on the healing power of art and memorial making to build connection and community. Passionate about art, education and tolerance, Cheryl’s role with The Butterfly Project has expanded globally, working with educators in Poland, Germany and Israel.
Cheryl leads educational and art workshops with teachers, students and the public locally and nationally reflecting the values of the community. She has facilitated Holocaust survivor and 2nd Generation relationships with educators and students, and led the launch of The Butterfly Project’s traveling and permanent interactive exhibits.
Cheryl has presented The Butterfly Project at numerous conferences and workshops including Partnership for Excellence in Jewish Education Conference (PEJE) Boston, MA, Anti Defamation League (ADL) Holocaust Education Conference and No Place For Hate Schools in San Diego, CA, Jewish Educators in Day Schools Conference (RAVSAK) 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, Los Angeles Museum of the Holocaust, San Diego History Center, Facing History workshops in Los Angeles and San Diego, POLIN Museum of the History of the Polish Jews with The Olga Lengyal Institute (TOLI) Warsaw, Poland, Bewegte Grundschule Cottbus, Germany, JCC Global Jerusalem, Israel, Beit Hatfutsot (Museum of Jewish Peoplehood) Tel Aviv, Israel.
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, Hoadley Gallery, Lenox MA, Worth Gallery Taos, NM,
Monumental mosaic and sculpture in San Diego by Cheryl includes Carmel Knolls Neighborhood Park, Ashley Falls School, San Diego Jewish Academy, Torrey Hills Elementary School, Sage Canyon School, Carmel Del Mar School, and Torrey Hills Shopping Center and historical 3D murals at Jewish Family Services and Congregation Beth El, both in San Diego.
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, Sderot, Israel, Bondhi Junction, Australia, Mexico City, Mexico, and Montevideo Uruguay.
To contact Cheryl, email her at firstname.lastname@example.org.