Who’s Who in the Studio
Katie Williams is the Studio Programs Coordinator at GRAM. She received a BFA in Art Education from Kendall College of Art & Design in May of 2010. Katie enjoys sharing her passion for printmaking and creative experimentation with students and families at GRAM. In her spare time she enjoys listening to music, running & yoga, and going on urban adventures. Katie also loves grilled cheese sandwiches; ask her about all of the different cheese combinations she has tried!
Leah Schreiber moved to Michigan from Fayetteville, NY to attend Hope College, where she received a degree in Studio Art. She joined Saturday All Day with the Arts in the winter of 2012 and has been a camp counselor at GRAM’s Summer Art Camps. Leah really enjoys experimenting with printmaking techniques, painting her nails with wild colors and patterns, and has an undying love for baby animals. When you visit the studio, be sure to ask Leah what her favorite movie is!
Judy Tyner became involved with the docent program at the Grand Rapids Art Museum a year before retiring from teaching. She has always enjoyed creating art as well as learning about art history. She loves teaching and loves being involved in the arts with a great group of people so being at GRAM is a perfect transition for her.
Liz Foster is a recent graduate from Kendall College of Art & Design, with a degree and certification in K-12 Art Education. She enjoys sharing her enthusiasm for art with families at Saturday All Day with the Arts and as a camp counselor at GRAM’s Summer Art Camps. When she is not making or teaching art Liz can be found outside riding her horse, hiking, and camping. Head down to the studio to meet Liz and find out more about her!
Mitch Moore is currently an Art Education student at Grand Valley State University. He enjoys creating new works of art, building computers, reading books, watching movies, children’s cartoons and spending time with his wife and two dogs. When he can spare the time he also saves the world one video game at a time.