The River’s Edge Arts Alliance Board of Directors has named Hudson resident Kat Alix-Gaudreau as the next Executive Director of the REAA.
Ms. Alix-Gaudreau steps into this role with a wealth of experience in the arts and with non-profit organizations. For the past four years, she has been the Artistic Director of the Ghost Light Players of MetroWest, and recently served as an Adjunct Professor at Framingham Statue University in the Communication Arts Department. She holds degrees in Sociology, Theater Arts and Digital Filmmaking. Kat has successfully launched community-based arts programs and has managed large and small scale production ventures in both the television and film industries. She brings solid business experience and a collaborative style to her new role with the REAA.
“The board is very excited to have Kat leading the organization as we celebrate our 25th anniversary in 2016,” expressed Board President Deb Martin-Hardy. “Kat is an enthusiastic and competent professional with a passion for broadening arts accessibility in our community. She brings a fresh perspective to our organization. We look forward to Kat’s contributions to this next chapter in the REAA story.”
“Access to high-quality, affordable arts is vital for a community to grow and the Rivers Edge Arts Alliance helps to facilitate that growth on many levels. As we move into 2016, I am excited to be stepping into the role of Executive Director and look forward to working with the people of Hudson, Marlborough and the surrounding area to bring great things to our communities.” Alix-Gaudreau said.
Ms. Alix-Gaudreau took on the role of Executive Director as of December 14, 2015.
About the River’s Edge Arts Alliance:
The mission of the REAA, a non-profit organization, is to enrich lives and create community through the arts. The REAA offers the full spectrum of arts participation and education to residents of the Hudson / Marlborough area and beyond. It offers hands on interactive opportunities to experience visual and performing arts for children and adults. The REAA is supported by individuals, families, organizations, and businesses from more than 30 communities.