Julie is the visionary, artist, and Executive Director of ArtSeed. She has been actively involved in the development of the regional arts community for over 30 years. She enjoys seeking new challenges and strives to develop, implement and build cross institutional relationships. She has cultivated an excellent working relationship with local, regional, national and international arts programs and media. These relationships have enabled the funding of programming through grants and corporate and private donors, the creation of innovative programming, international recognition and the advancement of the regional arts community.
Trish is ArtSeed Education Coordinator. Trish recently retired after 25 years as an Art Instructor for New Albany/Floyd County Schools. She is an accomplished educator with extensive experience in developing curriculum for Fiber Arts and all other areas of fine art. Exceptional background in designing meaningful and effective coursework that engages students and expedites learning. Experience in community outreach through city and privately funded sculptural projects and art exhibitions. Active member in both educational and art organizations and a regular presenter at state level conferences as well as coordinating and teaching classes for art teachers and students of all ages and learning levels through visiting artist programs at the University of Louisville and Louisville Visual Art.
Kimberly is inventory and facilities management. She recently moved to Clarksville with her husband, Jim. Her artistic interests are in watercolors, acrylics, and chalk pastels. She is passionate about writing poetry and authored two short stories included in a collection published for charity support. Kim enjoys involvement in church and community.
Gracie is currently a student at Presentation Academy and graduated from Saint Anthony of Padua School in 2017. She has been interning with Julie Schweitzer for four years. Throughout her time as an intern, Gracie has participated as an exhibiting artist, curated and installed exhibits, written press releases, assisted with grant writing, managed social media and website content, created, planned and facilitated events. Her educational background includes: painting, sculpting, printmaking, drawing, wood arts, and playing guitar. Her community activities include: STEAM Club, Book Club, and Presentation Theater scenic designer. Her aspirations are to become a working artist in our community.