Behind the Scenes
Janet Russell is an exhibition judge. She is Principal Gallerist at Creative Framing Ary Gallery and President of the Louisville Arts District. Janet is the crux of art in Louisville, particularly downtown Louisville. She founded the Louisville Arts District, opened the first art gallery in downtown, was the first gallery to offer art shows to the public, has installed alley murals re-purposing forgotten alleyways, amongst many other acts of selfless community service. Her work has been no less than catalytic for arts activities in Louisville over the past 20 years.
TEBO Properties has generously offered to donate a venue for the Marshall Renews exhibition. Specifics will be announced as they are available.
Boulder County Arts Alliance is fiscal sponsor to the exhibition. Donations to the exhibition are made to BCAA directly, and are eligible for tax exemption.
Lafayette's Center for Musical Arts has gracious offered live music. Students from the CMA will perform on opening night—Friday, December 30th—and the First Friday Artwalk—Friday, February 3rd.
Carolyn is curating and leading the arts administration of the exhibition. Shortly after the fire, she had a vision to hold an exhibition after learning that one of her undergraduate architecture projects was found in the ash of her childhood home. She has successfully led + organized numerous academic conferences and symposia with budgets over 100K, all with generous funding and grants from the European Union, ETH Zurich, TU Delft, Newcastle University, and United States Air Force Academy. She is a published researcher, founding editor of Architecture Philosophy, has had a successful career practicing and teaching architecture in the US and UK, and reviewing development proposals for the City of San Francisco and City of Boulder. Today, she works on climate adaptation solutions from her studio Green Shadow.