“Anthropogeomorphology: Programs and Projects of the Center for Land Use Interpretation”
Matthew Coolidge has been the director of the Center for Land Use Interpretation since its inception in 1994. The CLUI takes a broadly interdisciplinary approach to the investigation of land use, drawing on the natural sciences, sociology, art, architecture, and history. Coolidge teaches in the curatorial practice program at the California College of the Arts in San Francisco. He was awarded a Guggenheim Fellowship in 2004, a Media Arts Fellowship from the Rockefeller Foundation in 2005, and the Lucelia Artist Award from the Smithsonian in 2006.