As the year comes to a close, we’re excited to announce that Erin Ross and Miranda Wulf will take the reigns as the new co-chairs of artsScene Edmonton in 2012.
Creative, entrepreneurial and passionate about Edmonton, we’re excited about the new direction as artsScene continues to work to inspire and engage young people in our community through arts and culture.
Working with a cast of new committee members, Erin and Miranda have been planning exciting new creative events for 2012 that will bring the community together in ways that only artsScene can. They take over from Ken Bautista and Sam Jenkins, who will step down from artsScene Edmonton to dedicate their efforts to Startup Edmonton in the new year.
We’re sure you’ll get to know Erin and Miranda and their team over the coming year, but for now here’s a little bit of background on our new leaders:
- Erin Ross earned her Fine Arts degree from the University of Alberta in 2006, and has also studied Visual Communication Design at Medicine Hat College. She has had her work represented in commercial galleries since 2008. She has received public attention for her work, including the cover and a feature article is SEE magazine and a documentary segment on Alberta Primetime. She lives and works in Edmonton, with her studio located in the historic Great West Saddlery building on 104th street. Follow Erin on Twitter at @ross_erin.
- Miranda Wulf specializes in image consulting and personal styling. Receiving her certification through the London Image Institute and the Image Resource Center of New York, her mission is to empower people to look and feel their best by teaching them how to develop their own personal style specific to career, goals, lifestyle, age and personality. Passionate about community, creativity and innovation, Miranda is a natural connector and loves to see people from various walks of life come together and sharpen one another to create brilliance. Miranda contributes regularly to several publications including Unlimited Magazine, advising professional men and women on how to approach their careers with confidence, enthusiasm and panache. Follow Miranda on Twitter at @miranda_wulf.
Stay tuned to artssceneedmonton.com for news on coming events and initiatives. Happy holidays everyone!