Kim Keith, Executive Director
Steamboat Springs Arts Council

kim@steamboatarts.org
970.875.7316

Kim Keith is a catalyst for art oriented endeavors in the Yampa Valley with an eye for innovation and creative problem-solving. She has lived in Steamboat for 13 years and worked on a variety of collaborations with organizations and businesses to create local festivals and fundraisers for authors, artists, and women's causes. With a prodigious creative skill set and experience revolving around design, marketing and event coordination, she is an multi-faceted contributor to the Steamboat Springs Arts Council. Undergraduate and graduate studies in her home state of Louisiana include experimental psychology and sociology. She also attended the Colorado Institute of Art in Denver with a focus on photography and design. Kim is an accomplished artist in her own right with work including sculpture installations, mixed media and photography. With numerous gallery exhibitions and vast commissioned work, her art resides in private collections throughout the United States. Gallery affiliations have included RED Contemporary, Artists’ Gallery (which she co-founded) and the Steamboat Art Museum as well as a variety of alternative art venues in and around Steamboat Springs. Current exhibitions focus on paper transformed into 3-D sculptures as seen in the 20 foot long installation comprised of 7,000 origami doves at the Yampa Valley Medical Center. She also likes high-heels and anything that sparkles. 

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Beth Liggitt
Marketing and Special Events
bethl@steamboatarts.org
970.879.9008

Beth Liggitt is a jewelry and glass artist with a background in graphic design and a true love of the west! In love with metal and glass all her life, she began working in traditional metalworking techniques as a high school student, and went on to explore and create in art glass.

Beth's love of the arts, along with her background in marketing and event management, help her to accomplish the job of managing the ever changing marketing and events needs of the Arts Council.

The work that the Council is doing is leading the way for a strong creative community. Beth is honored and excited to be a part of this momentum. 

Mom to 5 daughters, she spends her time away from the Depot making jewelry and art glass in her home studio for her art page www.wyldblue.com, as well as hiking, biking, skiing, practicing yoga, and generally loving living in Steamboat. 

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Sabrina Stewart
Office & Facilities Manager
sabrina@steamboatarts.org
970.879.9008

 

 Sabrina Stewart started as the Steamboat Springs Arts Council Office & Facilities Manager in July 2016. Sabrina is an actress and independent film producer, known for "Salt, Liquor Lime" (2014), "Eternal" (2014) and "Foreseen" (2016). Born to an American Mother and an Iranian Father in a small town in the Mid-West, Sabrina spent her formative years living in Shiraz, Iran and later in Fredonia, KS, excelling at Drama, Dance and Creative Writing. She attended and earned her B.A. Degree in Drama from Evangel University in Springfield, MO and M.A. in Drama from San Francisco State University in San Francisco, CA. Sabrina moved to Los Angeles in 2007 to pursue acting full-time and in 2015 began producing independent films with her production company "Confident Actor Productions" currently based out of Steamboat Springs, CO.


Denise Bohart Brown
Bookkeeping
denise@steamboatarts.org
970.879.9008

 Denise Bohart Brown is a Colorado native who has lived in Steamboat since 2005. A lifelong artist with a degree in photography and a background that includes fiber and clay, she now spends her right-brained time working with kiln-formed glass. Her left brain has always worked well with numbers and after having various experiences doing bookkeeping for employers large and small, she joined the Arts Council in 2016 and is thrilled to be able to put her skills with numbers to work in a way that supports and furthers the arts. When both sides of her brain need a break, she loves reading, teaching dance fitness classes, hiking and snowshoeing.