Author: Nicole Mullet

Karen Starr is an interior designer and co-owner of Hazel Tree Design Studio. Co-founded in 2010, Hazel Tree has grown from a home-based custom picture framing and interior design business, to a showroom and gallery that features the works of local artists and home deco[...]
Justin Chenault is a Social Architect, trained as a journeyman carpenter, Justin thinks about the building process and the connection or, more often than not, the disconnection of that development process to the end-user. As he moved into the field of community developm[...]
Creative Aging is a movement where arts & culture organizations are starting to pay attention to how they’re engaging older adults, not just as patrons. We caught up with members of BOOM! Theater, a company focused on theatrical productions presented by older adul[...]
Charlee Denise Harris operates So Fresh Used Auto, a 3rd generation, black, woman, and family-owned auto repair and car dealership. She also serves as the Creative Director of the East Ave Market & Gallery. Much of Charlee’s life has centered around the arts, from[...]
ArtsNow announced today that Dara Harper will join the team as its first Director of Programming, a new full-time position within the organization designed to support ArtsNow’s future growth and advance the strategic implementation of the community-wide Cultural Plan.[...]
What is your earliest memory of participating in arts and culture?  Definitely spending time in the National Park. We used to bike from the Beaver Marsh to Peninsula and back all the time. I love walking that path and seeing the remnants of the locks – it re[...]
What is your earliest memory of participating in arts and culture? My mom is very creative, so I have a lot of memories of doing lots of arts and crafts with her as a kid — things like making salt dough ornaments or dyeing easter eggs. We were also a very mus[...]