Kathi Pavlick is currently working as a community development and arts consultant. For over 25 years, Ms. Pavlick worked for JPMorgan Chase where she developed and managed philanthropic programs supporting arts and community development. She is a board member of Woodlawn Conservancy, a trustee of the Woodlawn Cemetery and Chair of BronxArtSpace. She has a BA in psychology from Fairfield University and lives in the Bronx.
Cofounder & Board Member
Linda Cunningham is a New York City based artist who exhibits extensively both in New York and Germany. She is represented by Art Capsule and Odetta Gallery in Brooklyn. As a former professor, Linda Cunningham founded and administered the exhibition program at Franklin and Marshall College for a number of years. She was involved in organizing the first open artist studios in the South Bronx in 2005, and in early 2009 began working with Mitsu Hadeishi to put on a series of events in the space now known as BronxArtSpace.
Cofounder & Board Member
Mitsu Hadeishi has been organizing and curating multi-media art/video/performance events in the Bronx and New York City since 2003, exhibiting experimental video, performance art, 2D and 3D visual art, net art, installations, music, and site-specific interactive work, and he’s also collaborated with artists on internet projects for many years prior to that. He has an undergraduate degree in Physics from Harvard University and has lived in the Bronx for over a decade.
Manon Slome (PhD) is the Chief Curator of No Longer Empty. From 2002 to June 2008 she was the Chief Curator of the Chelsea Art Museum in New York. During that time, she curated and oversaw a program of some forty exhibitions, symposia and museum publications as well as monographs and scholarly essays. Prior to the CAM, Ms. Slome worked as a curator at the Guggenheim Museum for seven years and was a holder of a Helena Rubinstein curatorial fellowship at the Whitney Independent Study program. She has written widely on contemporary art and has recently completed The Aesthetics of Terror published by Charta Press.
Sarah White moved to New York after retiring as Prof. of French at Franklin and Marshall College, Lancaster, PA, where she taught for 23 years. Since then she has devoted her time to writing and the study of painting. She has published 3 collections of poetry, the most recent being “The Unknowing Muse” (Dos Madres Press, 2014). The next book, “Wars Don’t Happen Any More,” is forthcoming from Deerbrook Editions. An exhibition of her collages was on view at the Cornelia Street Café for two months ending in February, 2015. She lives on the Upper West Side of Manhattan and enjoys her visits to the Bronx for BAS Board Meetings.
Carol A. Zakaluk
Carol spent two years as a grant and shop assistant for sculptor, Timothy Blum, then went on to be one of three co-directors for the Haven Arts Gallery in the Bronx. A graduate of Binghamton University with a degree in English Literature, she's a third-generation Bronxite who has been living in the Mott Haven neighborhood for over 49 years.
Stephanie A. Lindquist
Prior to her position at BronxArtSpace, Stephanie A. Lindquist worked for Wave Hill New York Public Garden and Cultural Center, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Art Connects New York, and P.S.1 Contemporary Art Center.
Originally from Los Angeles, Lindquist received a B.A. in Visual Arts and Urban Studies from Columbia University, where she was awarded a Mellon May Undergraduate Fellowship.