Betti-Sue Hertz served as the curator of contemporary art at San Diego Museum of Art (SDMA) from 2000–2008. Previously, she was the director of Longwood Arts Project, Bronx, New York from 1992–1998. She co-organized (with Lydia Yee) Urban Mythologies: The Bronx Represented Since the 1960s (1999) for the Bronx Museum of the Arts. Her recent major exhibitions and catalogues at SDMA include Eleanor Antin: Historical Takes (2008); Animated Painting (2007); Transmission: The Art of Matta and Gordon Matta-Clark (2006); Past in Reverse: Contemporary Art of East Asia (2004); and Axis Mexico: Common Objects and Cosmopolitan Actions (2002). She was adjunct curator for Farsites: Urban Crisis and Domestic Symptoms in Recent Contemporary Art, a program of inSite_05, SDMA, and Centro Cultural Tijuana (2005). Hertz has organized several editions of Contemporary Links, a series in which contemporary artists respond to works in SDMA’s collection. Participating artists have included Alexandre Arrechea, Sandow Birk, Regina Frank, James Hyde, and Shahzia Sikander.