Art on the Green announces staff changes
Art on the Green’s Gallery Director Brenda McClain announces staff changes.
"Parilee Croft, Assistant Gallery Director, has decided to take a step back to work on new projects, with emphasis on her creative endeavors,” McClain said. "We were fortunate to have Parilee on staff since the Gallery's inception. Her contribution was significant to success Art on the Green continues to enjoy. Her painting has been taking a back seat to the Gallery.
We love her art and look forward to seeing more of her work in the Gallery.”
Kelly Booy has been named Gallery Manager and will assume many of Croft's duties, continuing her role working within the art community teaching and spearheading children's art contests, art classes, along with the Gallery's newest initiative, City Talks.
"Kelly and her family - four children and her husband, Stefan - are well-traveled and bring a different perspective to our artists' works.
Contact Booy by email, firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule a tour for your group or your students.
Kate Hoopchuk is now Creative Director.
"This promotion is well-deserved, we feel fortunate to have Kate on our team,” McClain said. “She has an eye for what works for the Gallery.”
Hoopchuk will be working with the Gallery's photographers to create an online store of our artists' works.
Photographers interested in Art on the Green's representation should email photo samples to Hoopchuk by email email@example.com.
Art on the Green is an artistic vortex drawing, skilled artists and art lovers alike can enjoy.
The 3,000-square-feet gallery not only showcases the works of internationally acclaimed artists in every medium, but it also transforms art into a living, breathing thing.
It’s a symphony of artwork that touches the heart and inspires the mind, making Art on the Green a refuge from the hustle of modern day life.
“The art collections are amazing,” McClain said. “Peace of mind is a bonus.”
Call Art on the Green at 501-205-1922 or visit artonthegreen.net, and they’ll open just for anyone.
Mainstream Technologies hires Daniel Tate
Mainstream Technologies is pleased to announce the hiring of Daniel Tate as a software developer.
His responsibilities will include the design, development and deployment of web solutions using .Net technologies.
Daniel has nearly seven years of experience, most recently as a Northrop-Grumman contractor on behalf of the Arkansas Department of Human Services.
He also served as a software developer for DataPath, a Little Rock company specializing in technology solutions for consumer-directed healthcare accounts.
He has three and a half years of college toward a computer science degree from Harding University.
He and his wife live in North Little Rock with their two children.
Tate volunteers at a local high school teaching the drum line in their music department.
“We are excited to have Daniel working with us here at Mainstream,” Director of Software Development Steve Althoff said. “Daniel’s past experience in developing and supporting multiple applications in a complex environment will be a great benefit to our clients. Welcome aboard, Daniel.”