Meet the Staff & Crew at the Arts Center

These are the people running and managing the various types of events at the Arts Center throughout the year. They work many hours each week to ensure events are prepared and run smoothly for both the audience and performers. The staff and crew rely on each other to make sure the Arts Center is able to hold and produce many events that range from presentations, concerts, theatrical plays, and everything in between. Meet the staff and crew of the Arts Center below!

Spencer Christensen

Arts Center Director, Artistic Director

Spencer Christensen is the guy in charge of it all. He oversees all functions at the Arts Center, and ensures that the students and community are highly satisfied with the Arts Center. He works hard to inspire human connection. If you have a concern about the Arts Center, or would like to help out, he is the one.
906-635-2735

Jody Kapuscinski

Front of House Manager

Jody Kapuscinski handles all the Front of House. This includes ticket sales, public relations, and so much more. She works closely with students, providing them training on the ticket sales software. If you have a general question about an event, or want more information on ticket sales, she is your contact.
906-635-2107

W. Scott Lumley

Technical Manager

Scott Lumley handles the technical aspects of the Arts Center, including lighting, audio, and video. He works along side current students, providing them training and running events held within the Arts Center. If you have questions that are technical in nature, he is the guy.
906-635-2184

Arts Center Staff at St. Patrick's Day
Staff Fistbumping a young student.
Technical Manager smiling
Arts Center Staff on a Holiday Chair
Student Crew

Student Crew

Front of House and Back of House Support

Without our student help, we wouldn’t be able to operate. These are the people running the lights or sound, setting up for events, selling tickets, and much more. They spend their time outside of the usual class to help out at the Arts Center. Some of them get class credit, some are paid, and some just like to volunteer their time.