Currently, KC Rosenberg is an Associate Professor at The California College of The Arts, Oakland /SF, where her work as the The First Year Program Chair contributes to the leadership of the college. She continues to teach with emphasis on color theories and cultural coding.  KC has also been a visiting artist at The San Francisco Art Institute and has taught at U.C. Davis.

KC is distinctly Northern Californian. The family was part of The Human Potential Movement in California.  Her father was a dentist turned psychotherapist in 1968 and became a “guru” in his own school of psychoanalysis (Integrative Body Psychotherapy) and her mother was influenced by the women’s movement. KC, lost her mother to cancer as a teen.  Her mother was one of the first hospice patients in Northern California in 1973-1978. Later this profound experience becomes a prevalent theme in her art practice, incorporating ideas of breath, resuscitation, suspended instances and the privilege of time, which also reveals work ethic and humor.

 Solo Exhibitions include:  dam'zel, Patricia Sweetow Gallery, San Francisco, California, Sedimental Sentiments, Introductions, Center for Contemporary Arts, Sacramento California. KC is included in the Alameda County Art Collection. She has coordinated exhibitions including, Who’s the Fairest of Them All, women considering social justice in the everyday, at Hang Art in San Francisco. Rosenberg completed her MFA, in Studio Art, at The University of California. Davis, CA (1994) She was awarded residency at The Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture (1993) She received her BFA, in Printmaking with high distinction from The California College of Arts and Crafts, Oakland, CA (1987)

Rosenberg and her son live in Alameda, CA. where she built a studio in which she practices art and sings in a band called, Hot Tin Roof.