Doreen Schonbrun

Doreen is an artist, collector and teacher of art and art history classes for at-risk children who reside at the San Diego Center for Children. Schonbrun has served as Chair of the San Diego Center for Children’s annual fundraiser for six years and was a member of San Diego Museum of Art’s Presidents Circle member for 14 years.

Doreen Schonbrun holds a B.A. in Art History/Criticism from the University of California, San Diego. She is an artist, collector and teacher of art and art history classes for at-risk children who reside at the San Diego Center for Children. Schonbrun has served as Chair of the San Diego Center for Children’s annual fundraiser for six years and was a member of San Diego Museum of Art’s Presidents Circle member for 14 years. She supports efforts to improve the role that science and technology can play in the restoration, preservation, discovery and understanding of art and has worked with the Center of Interdisciplinary Science for Art Architecture and Archaeology (CISA3) at UCSD to make its efforts better known. Schonbrun has supported a project to establish a relationship between San Diego and Florence, Italy, where UCSD graduate students learn about specialized technologies and apply them to works of art. Schonbrun also acts as co-director of a lecture series on “Science and the Arts” for the highly acclaimed “Group of 12 and Friends,” a community-based group of like-minded individuals who meet monthly at the Sanford Burnham Research Institute. Schonbrun resides in La Jolla with her husband, Dr. Myron Schonbrun.

Doreen Schonbrun