A transplant to Stowe from (most recently) the Berkshires, Hope has an extensive background in fundraising, program development, finance, marketing and advertising from her years as Executive Director at IS183, Art School of the Berkshires, and from prior work at Barrington Stage Company, Goldman Sachs, Sharpe Partners, and Second Stage Theatre. She holds a BS from Ithaca College and a MFA from Columbia University. She is on the steering committee for the Racial Equity Alliance of Stowe (REAL), is Clerk for the Stowe Arts & Culture Council, is a member of the Board for Stowe Vibrancy, and is a member of the Association of Performing Arts Professionals of Northern New England, and New England Presenters.
Belinda grew up in Vermont and has been involved with the technical side of theater for over 30 years. She has worked for Spruce Peak Arts since opening day! She loves the technical side of theater, and her experience has been all hands on learning. She earned a degree from the University of VT in education with post graduate work in Exercise Physiology. What she loves about lighting is how subtle visual changes can profoundly affect how the viewer responds to and experiences an event and the physical sensation when the lights “feel right.” Her favorite role is Technical Director and finding resolutions to the many issues that arise during a live production. Belinda has worked as over Hire for the Flynn Center and as a volunteer with Lyric Theater Company, Girls Night Out Productions and Stowe Theater Guild.
After living in the Midwest most of my youth, I spent a summer in Vermont in 2017 right after I had graduated from Indiana University- Bloomington studying Arts Administration. It didn’t take long for me to fall in love with Vermont, and when I left, I told myself I’d be back one day. Fast-forward to November 2019 and I made the decision to call the Green Mountain State home. Within the week, as luck would have it, I found my home at Spruce Peak Arts. I’m grateful to be a part of this incredible, resilient team and have been lucky enough to assist in education programs, help facilitate events and programming, and focus on development and donor recognition efforts. I look forward to furthering our mission and fostering our impact with the wonderful town of Stowe.
Kelly began her career in the arts in Boston, where she studied at Boston College. Following an adventure in the advertising field there, she landed in Vermont where she has been involved in the gallery scene as well as teaching workshops at art centers, universities and private schools in the area. She holds a Master of Arts Degree in Art Education from Johnson State College. Kelly is a multidisciplinary artist and curator, engaged in creative collaborations and public art initiatives. Studio work includes experimental photography, street photography, film, and mixed media. She is working with many artists in multiple mediums to build and a dynamic exhibition space here at the Spruce Peak Arts Gallery to compliment our programming and performance schedule here on the mountain. Kelly is a member of the Vermont Curators Group as well as the Stowe Arts and Culture Council.
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Julianne is the Director of Education and Services. Julianne brings her passion for theater, arts and education to the position. She is developing the Education aspects of the arts for all ages and always looking for new, create ways to engage our audiences. As the Director of Services, she is happy to help patrons with any part of their theatrical experience to make for a great show; and to welcome any volunteers who wish to join our team. Julianne volunteers with Lyric Theatre Company in many roles including Production Supervisor, Assistant Stage Manager, Technical Director and Special affects co-chair. She is the mother of two young adults- James and Madeline who each have had a hand in the theatre world as well.