"Art is humanity's greatest form of storytelling. Curating is puzzling that story together, one choreographed movement at a time."
Sara curates her life through the lens of Art in Music, Public Art, Advertising, Film, Education and Advocacy.
Recipient of Kenmore Heritage Society's McMaster's Award and the PTA's Golden Acorn Award. Sara served AOK as curator and youth development before stepping into the role of President in 2019.
Elisabeth is a recent transplant from NYC, where her love of street art and artists for social change began.
She is the co-creator of PopUp StoryWalk, a local program that promotes literacy, health and art appreciation using deconstructed children's storybooks installed in outdoor community spaces.
Elisabeth is a collaborator, curator and intensely fascinated by those who create.
"Most folks are about as happy as they make up their minds to be." ~Abe Lincoln
Having successfully launched three hooligans and finished out terms on PTA and Northshore Schools Foundation Boards, Karissa now spends her time helicopter parenting a bipolar dog, working in her gardena and plotting her next trek through the mountains.
"Be Humble" ~
Tricia started with the Arts of Kenmore in 2013, as the liaison to the school district for art. At the time she was the Northshore Council PTSA Reflections chair (National PTA art program) and would bring in students art at the annual AOK art show.
In 2018, Tricia was asked to step into the role of president for Arts of Kenmore, but soon realized her talents where elsewhere, treasurer.
She has brought another part of art to the organization, film. Helping to organize and put together the Arts of Kenmore's first ever high school film festival. Her talents are in film and stage, as she has a production company with a friend, doing many short films.