Sini Anderson is a Performance Artist, Producer and Director who lives in both San Francisco and New York City. She has been performing and touring her work for over a decade. She was the Co-Founder and Co-Artistic Director of Sister Spit and Sister Spit’s Ramblin Road Show from 1995 to 2001 from 2001-2006 she was the artistic director of the non-profit by the same name. Anderson has been a resident artist of The National Queer Arts Festival from 2000-2006 and this is her finial year. In 2005-06 Anderson did a residency in NYC with Brooklyn’s all women dance/ acrobatic trope ‘Lava’ the show ‘(w)HOLE ran at the Flea theater in Tribeca for seven weeks with rave reviews. Anderson has collaborated and performed with some of the countries leading underground artist’s including Kathleen Hanna and Johanna Fateman (LeTigre) Kaia Wilson (The Butchies) Amy Ray of (The Indigo Girls) Bitch, Dorothy Allison, Alice Walker, Patti Smith and more. Her work has been supported by the San Francisco Arts Commission, The Horizons Foundation, Theatre Bay Area’s Cash Program, The California Arts Council, Grants for the Arts San Francisco, Open Meadows, The Women’s Foundation, and the Astraea Foundation. Anderson tours her work six months of every year.
Anderson has also been a Chief Curator and Artistic Director for The National Queer Arts Festival, a Co-Producer for the Nectar Stage at San Francisco’s Pride, President of the board of directors for the Harvey Milk Inst., and Co-Chair of the board of directors for The Queer Cultural Center. When Anderson is not making shows, she works in Independent Film on such projects as By Hook or By Crook, Mango Kiss, Jaded Consumer Looking for Something More, Fumbling Towards Rock, the Miriam and Helen Story, and Maggots and Men.