In the Year of the Artist, we’ve hired 11 Artists in Residence to work alongside city departments, commissions, committees, or collaborative efforts. After a period of inquiry, artists will develop a project or projects that will advance the work of the organization, engage the community in their work, and grow the artist professionally. This work is funded through the City of Roanoke and the National Endowment for the Arts.
Our 2022-23 Artists in Residence
Explore their work using the links below.
|Brian Counihan||Southeast Roanoke Neighborhoods of Opportunity|
|Christine Carr||Roanoke Stormwater|
|Jane Gabrielle||Gun Violence Commission|
|John Woodrum||Complete Streets|
|Jordan Bell||Berglund Center|
|Katherine Devine||Roanoke Valley Sister Cities|
|Lacey Leonard||Northwest Roanoke Neighborhoods of Opportunity|
|Polly Branch||Neighborhood Centers Model Development|
|Robyn Mitchell||Eureka Park|
|Simone Paterson||EnVision Center, Roanoke Redev. & Housing Authority|
|Samantha Meyer||Chief Communicator & Network Builder|
Artists in Residence from left at the annual State of the City address at Hotel Roanoke: Lacey Leonard, John Woodrum, Samantha Meyer, Brian Counihan, Coach Pedro Szalay, and Katherine Devine.