Diana Fuller is a freelance curator, producer, editor and arts advocate who consults with filmmakers and visual artists to develop and promote their work. She edited/co-authored a book on women artists, Art/Women/ California 1950-2000: Parallels and Intersections, published by University of California Press. She also curated the traveling exhibition based on the book. She was the special projects producer/curator for the Norwegian government, creating six exhibitions, numerous concerts and a play. For thirty years, she owned and directed one of the foremost art galleries in the West, in tandem with partners Hansen, Fuller, Goldeen and finally Gross. She has also acted as an arts advisor to individuals and estates. Fuller has served on the Boards of arts institutions in the area and her present affiliations include, President of the Board of the Roxie Theater, and San Francisco Recology’s Artists in Residence Program. She produced the documentary film, Racing to Zero, directed by Christopher Beaver, which premiered at the Mill Valley Film Festival in 2014. Her new film, Once Was Water will be making the rounds of film festivals in 2019. She is also the president of the board of the Roxie Theatre, a non-profit community arthouse in San Francisco. She is a founding Board Member of the Community of Writers where she has directed the Screenwriting Program—founded by Tom Rickman and Gill Dennis—for many years.