[nueBOX] BOARD

The board of directors oversees the health and growth of [nueBOX]. Board members are volunteers who work to promote the mission of [nueBOX] and help raise funds to implement future goals and strategies.  If you are interested in joining the [nueBOX] board, complete the form at the bottom of this page, and let us know why you think you would be an asset to [nueBOX]. For questions or information contact Julie Akerly, Staff Board Liaison, julie@nuebox.rog

OPEN BOARD POSITIONS
Finance Chair - Description
Artist Development Chair - Description
Member At-Large

Danae Barnes

Board Chair

Danae Barnes is artistically involved with [nueBOX], Four Chambers Press and is a member of Finishing School, a writer's group based in San Francisco. Her work leans toward creative writing, specifically shorts and flash fiction pieces, and she has an MA in Rhetoric gathering dust on the wall. Danae has elided her anarchist activism into the community building through the healing arts; among other things you can find her teaching yoga around the Valley.

Estrella Payton

Communications Chair

Estrella Payton is an interdisciplinary artist based in Phoenix, Arizona. Payton’s artistic practice involves research interests in walking, city planning, and investigating constructed spaces. She currently serves as the Outreach Manager for the City of Phoenix Office of Arts + Culture and is especially interested in connecting artists and organizations with city resources.

www.estrellapayton.com

Matthew Mosher

Research Chair

Boston native Matthew Mosher is an intermedia artist and mixed methods research professor who creates embodied experiential systems. He received his BFA in Furniture Design from the Rhode Island School of Design in 2006 and his MFA in Intermedia from Arizona State University in 2012. While in Phoenix, Arizona he co-founded the non-profit [nueBOX] residency program for emerging performance and installation artists with Julie Akerly. Currently, he is an assistant professor of digital media specializing in interaction design at the University of Central Florida. Mosher exhibits his work across the United States, and internationally in India, China, and the Netherlands. His research is published in the ACM Computer-Human Interaction, Tangible Embodied Interaction, and New Interfaces for Musical Expression conference proceedings. His public installations, dynamic performances, and experiential systems bridge the physical and digital worlds by mixing new media, sensing technology, relational aesthetics, computer programming, collaborative practice, and traditional sculpture processes. When taking a break from teaching and research, he enjoys observational astronomy, dispersed camping, and jewelry design.

Tenneille Choi

Finance Chair

Tenneille Choi is a proud Phoenician who wants to see her city reach its full potential. She is an advocate for the arts and early childhood education. She is also a multimedia artist who programs sensors and microcontrollers to create interactive stories. She currently serves as the Development Associate at the Children’s Museum of Phoenix.

Amanda Mollindo

Amanda Mollindo is a visual artist who cultivates beauty and clarity to amplify stories that matter. By finding relevance in complex ideas and nuance in difficult topics, she uses photography to explore personal, familial, and societal relationships that are often stigmatized or ignored. After quiet childhood in an Arizona bordertown, Amanda followed her passion for the arts by pursuing a Bachelor of Fine Art in Photography at Arizona State University, where she graduated with honors in 2015. In addition to her creative practice, Amanda is passionate about the convergence of business, art, and entrepreneurship. As the founder of aftrART and the Marketing Coordinator at the Center for Entrepreneurial Innovation, she enjoys helping both artists and startups share their message and build meaningful connections with their audience.

Diandra Miller

Diandra Miller is a multidisciplinary artist working in arts administration with dedicated involvement in Contemporary and Performing Art industries. Professionally, she's interested in projects that encourage dialogue around the intersections of Contemporary Art, Performance, and Public Programming. She is currently the Senior Programming Coordinator at Scottsdale Center for the Performing Arts. 

Rosemarie Christofolo

Rosemarie Christofolo is a leadership, communications and culture consultant who works with organizations and individuals around the country on aligning with purpose and optimizing performance.  Building on her experience as an intellectual property lawyer and business executive, Rosemarie co-founded Christofolo Schermer Consulting.  She is a long time supporter of the arts and community engagement.

Angel Crissman

Past-Chair

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