Interim Managing Director
Adria Katz is an artist and educator in the Boston area. She graduated with a Masters Degree in Elementary Education and a Bachelor’s Degree in Studio Art from Brown University. She has worked as both a classroom teacher and an art educator in numerous schools and out-of-school programs in New York, Providence, and Boston. In addition to her work at Multicultural Arts Center, she writes curriculum for Creative Learning Company, and she is also a ceramics artist at the Harvard Ceramics Program.
Jeff manages events, oversees vendors, caterers, producers, directors and anyone who is preparing for an event in the venue: and provides light and sound for performances, stage manages as necessary to coordinate scheduling details. An alumnus of Berklee College of Music in Boston, MA he studied with saxophonists Bill Pierce and George Garzone, and theatre with Oleg Tabakov, Artistic Director of the legendary Moscow Art Theatre Company and Shakespeare scholar Kristin Linklater. Jeff’s one man show about jazz legend Charlie “Bird” Parker entitled “Live Bird” has appeared on off-Broadway and Charlie Parker’s home town of Kansas City Missouri.
The daughter of an artist and writer, Zoe’s creativity was nurtured at an early age. She attended Massachusetts College of Art where she earned a B.F.A. in Illustration. Over the past two decades she has produced artwork for multiple clients, including MTV; shown her artwork both internationally and nationally; worked as a visualizer for a L.A.-based fashion designer who is both a costume designer and has his own line; and held positions at various design studios and art centers as both illustrator and designer. Currently, Zoe works as a freelance graphic designer, marketing consultant, illustrator, and copy editor in addition to her new role as marketing coordinator at the Multicultural Arts Center. To view Zoe’s illustration, visit: www.zoe.langosy.net.
Using acrylic paint, graphite, charcoal, and oil stick, C.J. Phu, local Artist as well as Art Installer, creates lush semi-abstract, expressionistic botanicals, which express his inspiring, lifelong love of nature. He chooses to avoid the use of brushes, creating an almost glass-like texture with the paint. In his words, “I discovered that for me it was much more enjoyable to scratch and sculpt the surfaces of the paintings.” In his work, multiple layers both hide and reveal various features, like a game of hide and seek.www.CJPhu.com
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