Doris Bittar’s interdisciplinary projects examine decorative motifs and how they intersect with historical and geopolitical legacies. Related activities include teaching, curating, writing and activism. Bittar’s art is housed in several public collections in the United States and abroad. She works with the American Civil Liberties Union, is a core member of Gulf Labor, and co-founder of Gulf Labor West. Bittar received a Masters of Fine Arts from the University of California San Diego. Bittar teaches at California State University, San Marcos.