Press Release: Cotuit Center for the Arts announces new hires and promotions

Mar. 6, 2019 / Press Release

Cotuit Center for the Arts announces new hires and promotions. We are pleased to welcome a Technical Director, Development Professional and Education/Marketing Administrative Assistant to our employee roster.

Candace Collier joined Cotuit Center for the Arts in early 2019, dividing their time between Marketing and Education. Candace brings a wealth of knowledge from a lengthy career in Operations and Human Resources.

Tristan Divincenzo brings 33 years of work in theater, film, and television to his new position as Technical Director for Cotuit Center for the Arts. His extensive international work and travel have allowed him to explore the diversity of world cultures and discover the immense value of community.

Margeaux Weber has joined the Development Team of Cotuit Center for the Arts as Member and Donor Relations Manager, and brings with her dual graduate degrees in Law and Theater Management. Her non-profit board and committee work on the Cape compliments her professional skills and positions her for great success in Philanthropy.

The Center is also pleased to announce promotions in the areas of Marketing, Gallery, and Administration:

Kim Baker has been promoted to Associate Director for Administration. Kim is responsible for day-to-day administrative operations as assistant to David Kuehn, Cotuit’s Executive Director. Kim came to the Center in 2015 from a 25-year career as a professor of writing at Roger Williams University and School of Law in Bristol, RI.

Daniel Fontneau has been promoted to Director of Marketing. Daniel is responsible for the design and production of all visual collateral and oversees marketing and publicity efforts. He has been working at the Center since 2006. Over the years, Daniel has worked in a variety of positions, including theater production and programming. He has also performed in several theatrical productions on Cotuit’s main stage.

L. Michelle Law has been promoted to Gallery Manager/Visual Specialist. She is the Center’s gallery curator, set designer, props mistress, art instructor, and frequent exhibitor. Michelle is responsible for installing all of the Gallery’s exhibitions and in-house displays. She has been associated with the Center since 2000.

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