Sarah studied film and media at the University of Virginia and co-founded The Bridge Film Series before moving to New York to work as a book designer and being selected as a resident documentary film curator at UnionDocs. She moved back to Charlottesville in 2009 and started working for PCA as Communications Manager, assuming the role of Executive Director in 2012. She currently serves on advisory boards for the Virginia Film Festival and WTJU 91.1FM. Outside of PCA, she has worked on a variety of local arts initiatives, including CommonPlace Arts and the Charlottesville Mural Project. Her interests include public art and creative placemaking, economic development through the arts, travel, gardening, bookmaking, and design.
Victoria joined PCA in 2012 as Communications Director. She is a facilitator of Charlottesville SOUP, an initiative to provide micro-grants to artists, and she was selected as the 2012-2013 New City Arts artist-in-residence at The Haven, a day shelter for the homeless in Charlottesville. Previously, she served in AmeriCorps.
Amie graduated from Southern Illinois University Carbondale with an MFA in Poetry. Prior to her work with PCA, she spent several years in secondary and post-secondary education, serving as an English teacher, tutor, and tutoring coordinator at various points. Her poems have been published in a variety of national literary magazines, including Gettysburg Review, Sycamore Review, New World Writing, and elsewhere. In her spare time, she writes, hikes, and gardens.
Board of Directors
George Beller, President
James Carnes, Treasurer
Arletta Dimberg, Secretary
Bobbi Dunn, Vice President
Jean Wilhelm, Board Member Emeritus