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Heather Perkins is a composer, sound designer and Mad Scientist at WaterDog Studio in Portland, where she creates music and sound for dance, animation, computer games, film, theater, installation, and live performance. Heather is currently engaged in "365.52.12," a year-long process of daily music making - check it out at Heather will be performing a live electronic music score for the classic (?) 1965 Japanese film "Starman - The Evil Brain From Outer Space" in partnership with FilmMuzik at the Hollywood Theater Sept. 9th & 10th - as well as co-producing and performing in Electrogals 2011.

Christi Denton graduated from Mills College in 2000 with a degree in Music Composition and obtained a graduate certificate from the Centre for Composition of Music Iannis Xenakis in 2004. She's worked on several installations in San Francisco including building giant wind chimes in the Castro district, and amplifying exhibits in the Exploratorium. Her arrangement of Lou Harrison's King David's Lament for Jonathan was played at Other Minds 9 (2003) by the SF Opera Singers and SF Gay Men's Chorus. Her piece merge was played at the Spark Festival of Electronic Arts and Music in Minneapolis in 2008, and is featured on Her music is also included as part of the exhibit "Six Seconds Around Me" in the CAM_Casoria Contemporary Art Museum in Italy.

Mary Wright is a composer and sound artist. She was born in Cleveland, Ohio. The greater part of Mary Wright's compositional output is instrumental chamber music. Ms. Wright's music has been performed by the Kronos String Quartet, the California Ear Unit, Bang On A Can All-Stars, New York New Music Ensemble, and the San Francisco Contemporary Music Players. She has received commissions from the MIT Symphony Orchestra, American Composers Forum, Fromm Foundation at Harvard University, the Meet the Composer/Readers Digest Commissioning Program in partnership with the National Endowment for the Arts and the Lila Wallace Readers Digest Fund, and ASCAP/Bang On A Can (In Memory of John Cage). She has received awards from the International League of Women Composers, ASCAP (Young Composers Award), and the first Margaret Blackburn Memorial Competition.

Previous Board Members

Jules Hosler: After graduating with a degree in Communications and Advertising from Northern Arizona Univerisity in 1993, Jules Hosler began her marketing career at Tahan Advertising. She left Tahan to lead a team of Account Directors at Curiosity Group, a Portland based creative marketing firm, where she later became the Agency Director. Currently she is the Owner/Marketing Director for Le Petite Agency, a local marketing agency. She has led marketing and advertising campaigns for large companies such as Apple, Disney, Dreamworks, Hewlett Packard, as well as smaller local businesses such as Carl Greve and Macforce. She also represents many local artists. Her true passion is art, design, fashion, and anything that encourages the creative process. Her current creative project is an illustration of 'truth'--a recording of the same story as told to different audiences in different environments.

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