Art From the Streets is blessed with a dedicated team of volunteers who help facilitate every aspect of our program, from the weekly open studio sessions, to marketing and PR, to producing every aspect of the Annual Show. Thanks to every person listed here, and to the many others who should be.

Weekly Class Coordinators and Volunteers

Pamela Costello has been volunteering with the show since 2004 and volunteering in the classroom for the last four years. She is the open studio coordinator for the Thursday class.

Elizabeth Romanella has been with the program since 2006. She is the open studio coordinator for the Tuesday class, assists with production of the annual show, and coordinates outside showings and exhibits of the artist’s work.

Kelly Kirkland open studio, social media team

Kelly Worden Board Member, open studio, Art Prep coordinator, social media team

Pam Robertson Open studio supply coordinator

Rick Cross storage coordinator, St. David’s gallery curator

SueAnn Chandler Board Member, open studio volunteer coordinator

Open Studio Volunteers Beth Foulds, Caroline Ireton, Dana Young, Gabriele Mueller, Josh “Lakey” Hensin, Katrina Meredith, Martha Carleton, Maureen O’Donnell-Hintz, Valerie Martin

 

Marketing and Public Relations Partners

Lindsay Tolles leads the professional volunteer marketing team for the annual show. She is on the Global Branding team at Dell.

Anne Pratt is an advertising copywriter who has been concepting and writing marketing materials for the annual show since 2008. View her work at www.annepratt.com

Michele Evans is an advertising art director who designed our 2012 website and marketing materials. She works as a Senior Art Director at HCB Health, an agency dedicated to healthcare brands.

Tina Poe is our user experience design developer for the 2012-2013 website. She is passionate about art and painting. She is the online brand manager for Dell’s global sites and maintains an online portfolio at www.tinapoe.com.

Scott van Osdol is a national award-winning photographer based in Austin. Every year, he photographs selected works of art from the program to be utilized in media and publicity events and materials. He serves as Austin Advertising Federation VP Public Service and marketing chair of the Hill Country Ride for AIDS. View his work at www.vanosdol.com