Michael Bogan joined the faculty of California College of the Arts in 2005. He taught in both the graduate and undergraduate architecture programs, and is currently teaching in the Individualized and UDIST programs. In addition, he taught for many years at the College of Environmental Design at the University of California Berkeley. In earlier days he was active in civil rights law and HIV: he worked at the San Francisco AIDS Foundation, served on San Francisco’s HIV Planning Commission (a body which oversaw all Federal, State, and local spending on HIV during the height of the epidemic), and he was the HIV Rights Advocate for the city of San Francisco. He is also a published poet who has written on a diverse set of topics that range from urban hydrology to psoriasis. He practices architecture in San Francisco.
Adjunct Professor, Architecture