Elizabeth Horab is a director, teaching artist, and deviser of theatre that's recently moved to the Twin Cities from the Boulder/Denver area. She received her MFA in Theatre: Contemporary Performance from Naropa University (Buddhist-inspired) and BA in Theatre from NDSU in Fargo, ND.
The intersection of physical performance, dance, and theatre is where Elizabeth Horab's interests lie. Elizabeth is dedicated to bringing the openness and curiosity of contemplative and experiential practices into a productive learning and creating environment.
Ms. Horab is also a co-producer on "Connections" Radio Show, and web designer for this website.
Jim A. Clark
Jim Clark is a draughtsman, painter, and sculptor, as well as art instructor and curator. He received his undergraduate art degree at the University of Alaska Fairbanks, an MFA at Vesper College, in addition to completing study and coursework at Cours de Civilisation Française de la Sorbonne and at the Academie de Port-Royal in Paris.
His work explores the mysteries of emotional reality at the nexus of mark, form, and material: a palimpsest of memory’s foundations marked by fresh observational immediacy. Current imagery reflects life at the limits and crux of the Far and Middle North, trace of red-hot syrupy stained valentines, and the dreams of delicate brutes.
In addition to his personal expressive drawing, painting, and sculpture, he illustrates the independent comic books Colliders and the forthcoming Freedom Raiders.
Kelly Blau is an up and coming jazz guitarist from the Twin Cities. Influenced by jazz guitar greats John Scofield and Julian Lage.His style blends elements of jazz, blues and bluegrass. He got his start with Americana group Jaybone Bell and Restless Light and is now adding his unique style to many of the beloved jazz standards. Blau is a new generation of artists bringing refreshing new talent to the genre.