Bruce Zavos, Zavos Architecture + Design LLC
Linda Roth, ACNB Bank
Sharon Kuebbing, Retired Maryland Psychologist
Terri Almacy, Almacy & Co. CPAs
Deb Bedwell, Founder, Baltimore Clayworks
Ann Casso, Hon. AIA
Jillian DeShazer, Project Manager, DMS Health and Research IT
Sue Hough, Octavo Designs
Jerry Donald, Liaison, Frederick County
Tim Kueberth, Edward Jones
Donna Kuzemchak, Liaison, City of Frederick
Leslie Powell, Powell LLC
Yvonne Reinsch, Community Leader
Robert Robey, Civil Engineer
Paula Rubin-Wexler, Paula Rubin-Wexler Fine Art
Ms. Kennelly joins the Frederick Arts Council after nearly five years as Executive Director of the DC Arts and Humanities Education Collaborative, a membership organization dedicated to providing access to world class arts for all public school students which functioned as the formal arts education partner of the DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities. Prior to that position, she was a Director at the federally funded National High School Center at the American Institutes for Research. Ms. Kennelly is a published poet and painter and a recipient of a Maryland State Arts Council Individual Artist Award, a North Carolina State Arts Council Grant, and is qualified as a Maryland Artist in the Schools through the Maryland State Arts Council Arts in Education Artist-in-Residency program. She was an adjunct faculty member of Hood College and is a graduate of Yale University, the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism, and has an MFA from the University of North Carolina.
Gabriella received her Cultural Studies degree in 2016 from Towson University with a focus on Museum Studies. Her career focus is community outreach with the inclusion of the arts for underserved youth and young adults. Smith was active in exhibition installations at Towson University’s MFA gallery 2015-2017 and has been a student of classical ballet since she was very young.
Emma is a graduate of Hood College with an Arts and Archaeology degree. Their training in gallery management and art handling includes the installation of several exhibitions at the FAC Art Center, FAC’s Hurwitz Gallery, and Hood College Galleries. Their most recent artistic endeavors include working on collaborative film projects as well as creating ceramic sculptures and pottery.
Logan Waters has managed and run sound for Sky Stage and designed sound, lighting and projection for Frederick Arts Council events since 2018, adding live-streaming to his services in 2020 to help bring shows to a wider audience as the pandemic reduced our capacity at Sky Stage. He is the owner of Semi Audio, a Frederick-based event sound company, and has over 30 years’ experience as a sound engineer, in studio, on tours, and for many live events in the UK, continental Europe, and Washington, DC. Since settling in Frederick his company has also run event production and sound for New Spire Arts and other venues.
Gregory Svedberg is a musician, dj, sound and video producer who also works as a technician for Tech Data Corporation. Greg has been assisting with concerts at Sky Stage since the start of the 2019 season. He operates Buzz Entertainment Productions, and has produced video from Make N’ Music’s “Local Live” shows featuring interviews and performances by local musicians and bands, as well as videos of local venue live performances, and concert videos with Seven Arts Archives.
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