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Krasl Art Center Welcomes Three Talented New Members to Its Team

Krasl Art Center Welcomes Three Talented New Members to Its Team


Krasl Art Center is thrilled to announce the newest members of its dynamic team: Kim Woodworth as Marketing Manager, Vaughn Sims as Hunt Studio Coordinator, and Anita Kapelke as Donor Relations Coordinator.


With experience in marketing strategies and creative branding, Kim Woodworth joins Krasl Art Center as the Marketing Manager. Her background in coordinating campaigns and promoting engagement will elevate the Krasl Art Center's visibility and expand its reach across diverse audiences.


Vaughn Sims is the newly appointed Hunt Studio Coordinator, where he will oversee the operations and programming of the studio space. His dedication to community building and facilitating creative expression will play a pivotal role in cultivating an inspiring environment for artistic exploration at Krasl Art Center.


Anita Kapelke steps into the role of Donor Relations Coordinator, bringing with her a passion for building meaningful connections and nurturing philanthropic partnerships. With her experience in donor stewardship and fundraising initiatives, Anita is committed to fostering a culture of generosity and support within the Krasl Art Center community.


"We are thrilled to welcome Kim, Vaughn, and Anita to the Krasl Art Center team," said Tami Fauver, Executive Director of Krasl Art Center. "Each brings a unique set of skills and experiences that will contribute to our mission of strengthening community through the visual arts. We look forward to the innovative ideas and collaborative spirit they will bring to our organization."


The Krasl Art Center is excited to embark on this new chapter with Kim, Vaughn, and Anita, as they work together to further enhance the cultural landscape of St. Joseph, Benton Harbor, and beyond.


About Krasl Art Center: 

Krasl Art Center provides southwest Michigan residents and visitors the opportunity to experience contemporary art exhibitions, new artist projects, and creative events, as well as art classes, camps, guest artist workshops, and community-wide programs. The center opened in 1980. Indoors, it houses galleries, art-making studios, and a gift shop. Outdoors it celebrates public art through sculpture placements on its campus and throughout the community. Krasl Art Center's mission is to inspire meaningful change and strengthen community through the visual arts. To learn more, visit

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