Titus Neijens, Art Titus is a professional illustrator whose work has appeared in European magazines, as well as the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, and The New Yorker. He is also an art director and set designer in film and theater.
Sonia Arrubla, Theater Sonia graduated from New York University’s Film and Television MFA program in 2001. She currently works as a theater and film director based in New York City, where her short films have won various awards. She also works as a film editor and has edited major film productions.
Josh Gold, Black Light Theater, Mime, Dance – Head Counselor Josh is a teacher, director, choreographer and performer specializing in funk dance, mime, black light theater and costume design.
Wanjiku-Shiko-Magua, Fashion Design & Crafts – Head Counselor Group I: 4-6 y. o. Shiko is an artist and teacher. Her mediums for teaching are the visual arts, Folklore/storytelling, games, music, history, the environment and cultural immersion.
Xinef, Writing, Story telling, Music – Head Counselor Group III: 10-13 y. o. Xinef teaches creative writing workshops to adults for a youth development program. He also works with social justice initiatives though the creative arts. He loves to write and has published several books.
Chloe Grubbs-Saleem, Crafts – Assistant Counselor Group II: 7-9 y. o. Chloe currently works at the Cushman Scott Children's Center in Amherst as an Aftercare Teacher. She is very artistic and love doing arts with little children.
Manuela Rojas, Assistant Counselor Group III: 10-13 y. o. Manuela is a Multi-Arts alumna. She has worked the last three years as Assistant counselor. Manuela has a special talent for communicating with children of all ages.
"The talent, dedication, and enthusiasm of the Multi-Arts executive director and her staff are extraordinary. The group is constantly striving to provide children in the community with new and varied creative workshops and the staff is willing to work with very tightly controlled budgets to try to grow their programs."