STEPHANIE JUTT AND JEFFREY SYKES - ARTISTIC DIRECTORS

Cosmic Advisors

Pat Alea

Dan Baumann

Martha Casey

Linda Clauder

Sue Cleary Koch

Alexandra Dove

Pat Geisler

Norman Gilliland

Bob Horowitz

Barbara Johnson

Susan King

Bill Kraus

Marsha Lindsay

Susan Lockhart

Carla Love

Katherine Naherny

Kay Plantes

George Reizner

Carol Schroeder

Toni Sikes

Vicki Stewart

Patricia Takemoto

Jan Terry

Tom Terry

Jane Villa

Bonnie Wendel

Harvey Wendel

Daphne Webb

Suzie Wilkinson

Barbara JohnsonBarbara Johnson has spent her career in publishing, mostly in New York and, since 2009, in Madison, where she recently retired as president of Rowland Reading Foundation. In New York, she was the president of Time Warner’s legal publishing division and an internet entrepreneur. Listening to chamber music? Having fun? She’s loved discovering them together in Madison at BDDS.

Carol & Dean SchroederCarol “Orange” Schroeder and her husband Dean have been co-owners of Orange Tree Imports on Monroe Street since 1975. She also does freelance writing on the subjects of retailing, Danish culture and medical terminology. She has served on the CitiArts Commission, the boards of WHA-TV, United Way, Susan G Komen for the Cure, and the Madison Youth Choirs, as well as the advisory boards of Savoyards and APT.

Vicki StewartVicki Stewart helped to found Madison Repertory Theatre in 1969. She held just about every position there through the years until her retirement in 1999. She has been a member of the Madison Arts Commission and has continued to volunteer for civic organizations such as Downtown Rotary Club and the Theater Grant Advisory Panel of Dane County Cultural Affairs Commission.

Jane VillaJane Villa is on the board of the Wisconsin Historical Foundation and is a member of the Helen Louise Allen Textile Collection’s development committee.  Other favorite volunteer activities supporting the arts or social progress have included founding a support group for International Students’ Spouses with the Florida State University faculty and other groups, and as translator for Emory University’s South Georgia Migrant Worker Project.  She has also volunteered for organizations in Chicago as well as in London.