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Rajine Williams

Rajine Williams is a visual multimedia artist and filmmaker based in the Twin Cities. Her work centers around  femininity, body and identity of Black women. Her artwork is an amalgamation of what it means to be a proud Black woman. She calls her aesthetic ‘Afrocentric Eclectic’. She plays with different mediums and textures as she…
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Emily Krumberger

Emily Krumberger is a media professional, teaching artist, writer & guest on Dakota & Anishinaabe land who believes in the power of storytelling and media to create and illuminate possibility. She helped create and founded Listen Up Youth Radio, a small local nonprofit, in 2018. She has taught young people about audio storytelling, radio, and…
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Morgan Kavanagh

Morgan is a multimedia artist and musician living in Minneapolis. Since graduating from The Evergreen State College with a degree in Visual Arts and Art Education, she has taught art and craft in wilderness camps, early childhood classrooms, and middle schools. She loves helping others to access their innate creativity. Currently, Morgan’s art practice centers…
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Sieng Lee

Sieng Lee is a visual artist. His work explores the intersection of his Hmong and American identity. He has a Masters of Fine Arts from the Minneapolis College of Art and Design. Lee believes that art and all its many functions should not be limited to formal aesthetics, but serve as a conduit for engagement…
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For the Love of Clay

How Nancy Saathoff Supports the Diversity of WBCA Nancy Saathoff has been involved with White Bear Center for the Arts since the 1970s, back when the organization was still the White Bear Arts Council. As an art teacher at Mahtomedi High School, Nancy was drawn to WBCA as a place where she could learn from…
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Jason Wang

Jason Wang is a ceramic artist and currently a resident artist at the Northern Clay Center in Minneapolis, MN. He received his Bachelor of Fine Arts from the Kansas City Art Institute in Kansas City, MO. Jason intends his vessels and sculptures to invoke a strong emotional response in order to further the dialogue about…
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