She collaborated with The Phillips Community in Mt. She is an educator and is currently on sabbatical pursuing her art. She formerly served as the Museum's chief curator. She has also worked as a gallery director and university instructor. Julie has a doctorate in contemporary art history, a master's degree in arts administration, and bachelor degrees in fine arts and journalism.
She has authored numerous publication on the art and architecture of the North. Anna Drozdowski Director, Neighborhood House. Anna Drozdowski is the Director of Neighborhood House, a secular program of Christ Church in Philadelphia which builds community through live performance on an intimate and historic campus. With Thirdbird, Anna co-curates contemporary composers and choreographers and facilitates global exchanges. She is a facilitator for Artists U, a critical part of her world built on undertakings in cultural production and organizational development.
She enjoys cross-stitching obscenities, dancing tango, and grocery shopping slowly and thinks that showing up and speaking up are important. Mellon Foundation.
She holds a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Southern Queensland, and worked as an actor and ensemble member in theater, film, and television in Australia. She is a graduate of the Radcliffe College publishing course. Much of her work has focused on the intersection of arts and science, including participation in the Clear Creek Water Monitoring group, leading an exhibition focused on coalbed methane development and the facilitation of special projects with faculty from the University of Wyoming, University of New Mexico, and Yale University's School of Forestry and Environmental Studies.
Linda Earle is the Executive Director of the New York Arts Program NYAP , an off-campus study program for undergraduate and post-baccalaureate students in the visual, performing, and media arts, writing, and journalism.
She was a senior Program Director at the New York State Council on the Arts where she served in several discipline areas in the performing and visual arts. She has taught media and cultural studies at Mason Gross School of the Arts, Rutgers University, Hunter College, and Barnard College and has served on numerous grants and commissioning panels and artist advocacy groups.
Linda has worked on independent film, theatre, and film and visual arts curatorial projects over the years. As a writer, she has had residencies at Hedgebrook and the Writers Room.
He spends most of his time harvesting vegetables for artists and building compost piles with food scraps from artist meals! In his free time, Pablo enjoys going on hikes with his wife Esther and two boys, because this is what you do in Vermont. Dave was raised in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, and graduated from West Virginia University with a degree in Puppetry, after which he spent years traveling the United States looking for a practical application for a Puppetry BFA. In he moved back to Pittsburgh to find an evolved cultural community and supportive living opportunities for artists.
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With a foundation in puppetry, animation, live performance, and media The Schmutz Company developed into an art education and childhood media firm by Omari Fox is a painter, poet, and educator. Fox has developed his own unique style of visual art which he has coined HOP Art short for Hip-Hop Art - a hybrid of images and text mixed with quotes from public figures, celebrities, and his own detailed rhyme schemes.
For Fox, the form is the protest, the activism is the content, but never content with message alone. David J. Fraher Executive Director, Arts Midwest.
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He has been active as a panelist and trustee for numerous arts organizations over the past twelve years, including terms on the boards of Western States Arts Foundation, BOA Publishing, Inc. She has held this position since and has been with the program as a senior staff member since its inception in She has served as an advisor to several other foundations on implementing programs to support artists directly. With an eye to the future ACA is exploring national artistic partnerships and long term lease agreements. They have created participatory art and education programs in partnership with a refugee organization.
In , their work "I still don't get it: why do they want to be rich without us," a piece on gentrification, was presented at Space One Eleven in Birmingham, Alabama, and the City Gallery in Charleston, South Carolina. With "The Future is on the Table 3" project they assembled artists from different parts of the world and created large-scale installations and events, collaborating with Charleston artists, educators and institutions. The outdoor event offers more than free performances by the San Francisco Opera, the San Francisco Ballet and more for an audience of , attendees.
She joined the Foundation 37 years ago as a Program Associate, and has served as its Executive since She was Chair of Grantmakers in the Arts, a national affiliation of grantmakers interested in arts philanthropy. She is also President of the Camargo Foundation, an operating Foundation that supports scholarly and artistic work through subsidized fellowship residencies at a work-study center in Cassis, France. Her body of work critically examines issues within the fields of contemporary dance and performance studies, through a focused exploration of aesthetics and perception. In Dance Magazine named her one of the top 25 artists to watch.
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These partnerships have resulted in the first environmental art installations within the acre BrightWalk campus, public art being slated for the Statesville Avenue Corridor and a renovation of Anita Stroud Park. Kim holds a BA from Johnson C. Jamie Gregory - an arts organization insurance underwriter for Markel Corporation - began his career in Los Angeles at the tender age of 25 by insuring high-value artworks and movie stars wearing borrowed jewelry to award ceremonies.
Ten years, several continental moves, and one child later, he has developed a grounded expertise in all areas of risk that nonprofits devoted to the arts encounter. Esther Grimm's lifelong career in the arts spans administration, museum education, arts education, and philanthropy. She is the Executive Director of 3Arts, a nonprofit grantmaking organization dedicated to supporting women artists, artists of color, and artists with disabilities working in the performing, teaching, and visual arts in Chicago through unrestricted grants, residency fellowships, project support, and advocacy. Esther has worked as a freelance writer, researcher, and editor since , with reviews and features in a variety of magazines, exhibition catalogues, book projects, and gallery guides.
In , she founded the Local Artist Funders Group, an active cohort of ten Chicago funders who support individual artists. Esther is also a flute player. Camela Guevara is a studio artist at Redux Contemporary Art and a seamstress. She enjoys adding tiny beads to fabric and sewing thoughtful garments. She also contributes to the fashion and art blog, Gemsounds. Gia Hamilton was named Director of the Joan Mitchell Center - an artist residency and community space in New Orleans under the umbrella of the Joan Mitchell Foundation - in after serving as a consultant since She worked in the northeast before returning to her native city in , when she established a consulting group, the Gris Gris Lab, and worked with nonprofit organizations as a trainer, organizer, facilitator and independent curator.
Al earned his undergraduate degree from Troy State University in art history and aesthetics, and his Master of Liberal Arts, with a concentration on Southern literature, from Auburn University at Montgomery. He has served two terms on the National Assembly of State Arts Agencies board participating in a wide range of committee work. He has been a member of the South Arts board for 37 years and presided as its chair In he received the Gary Young Award presented by the National Assembly of State Arts Agencies for his leadership and achievements in promoting the arts nationally.
Al is the only state arts director to start folk arts programs in three states: Florida, Louisiana, and Alabama. He is a native of Troy, Alabama. Passionate about the arts, she has worked in non-profits for more than ten years. She started working at A Studio in the Woods in and enjoys finding new ways to bring the arts to the Greater New Orleans community and to students of all ages.
A Studio in the Woods is committed to supporting artists engaging the public in critical dialogue about the environment. Part of Cammie's job is to facilitate access to the resources and contacts that artists need to create risk-taking new work during their residencies. Makoto Hirano is an award-winning Philadelphia-based choreographer, writer, and performer as well as a facilitator for Artists U.
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Lisa oversees programs and strategic initiatives, community engagement, and the flagship Environmental Program at McColl Center. Honored for her dedication in connecting children and families to the natural world, she is also committed to place-based education and the improvement of schools in marginalized communities.
Holding an MS degree in Biology and a BS degree in Botany from Howard University in Washington, DC, Lisa is dedicated to social practice and the convergence of art and science as a vehicle to improve lives and effect systemic change. She served as Vice President of the Board of Redux for a year-and-a-half before joining the Redux team full time. Originally from New Bern, North Carolina, Stacy moved to Charleston in to attend the College of Charleston, where she studied art history and dance.
As Executive Director of Arts Alliance Illinois, a statewide arts advocacy network, Ra sets and implements the organization's strategic goals, manages its operations, and serves as the principal spokesperson. Brad Kik's life has been a campaign against specialization. Pursuing film study, environmental activism, graphic design, community organizing, woodworking, chicken raising, music, ecology and permaculture, Brad found a way to focus his multiple interests by adding a new one.
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Kinsel is a creative entrepreneur and arts administrator based in Pittsburgh, PA. He expresses his creativity through the mediums of painting, installation, curating, action-painting, and social media. Since , D. He works with youth, community artists, and community partners to identify ways for youth to express issues of social justice through drama, dance, music, visual art, and technology. He regularly provides training to non-profits on best practices around utilizing social media to become a stronger presence within the community.
His career in both education and practice is focused on architecture as community development and advocates social responsibility, craft, and innovation.