Kristen O’Neill—Interim Executive Director
Kristen O’Neill grew up in the mountains outside of Santa Cruz, CA, and then graduated from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago in 2003 with a Bachelor of Fine Arts. In Chicago she worked for the Department of Exhibitions and Events for the school, giving her the first look at the work it takes to run galleries. After moving to Southern Oregon in 2015, she immediately dove into being part of the artistic community. Kristen worked at the Grants Pass Museum of Art from 2016 to 2022. There, she co-chaired the Open Studios committee, helped create the 5th Grade Field Trips Program, helped organize and led dozens of art classes for both adults and children. She installed numerous exhibitions and worked on many fundraisers. Kristen is also the Treasurer of the Josephine County Cultural Coalition. And, has worked with artists from a local scale to international, working with them to develop their skills and their businesses.
Kristen believes art can help people and communities find common ground, believe in themselves, and is a necessary part of culture.
Jenny Calaba—Director of Exhibitions
Ms. Calaba first started at the Rogue Gallery and Art Center as an Art Instructor in 2013. She enjoys working in many mediums especially ceramics and glass, and has a Master’s degree in studio art from California State University, Northridge.
Mary Hubbert—Program and Event Coordinator
Ms. Hubbert has a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Art & Technology from the University of Oregon. She has worked for multiple magazine publications, as well as assisted in the curation of gallery shows at her college. As an artist she enjoys working with comics and digital illustration.
Rachel Barrett—Office Administrator, Database Technician & Graphic Artist
Ms. Barrett has a Bachelor of Arts from St. John’s College and a background in graphic design and fine art. She has worked as a project coordinator and secretary at major corporations in California and as a clip art illustrator for Letters & Arts in Ashland, Oregon.
Anna Hinkle—Gallery Assistant
Ms. Hinkle is a retired Registered Nurse; working in the operating room, she has much experience with organization and details. Creating has always been a big part of her life. She works in fiber arts and collage.