Judith Cassel-Mamet is a mixed media artist and educator with years of experience teaching workshops and classes. She has taught at the Art Student League of Denver as well as The University of Denver and Metro State College, while presenting occasional workshops for both young people and adults at the MACC. Her work can be seen on her site: www.jcmamet.net

Toby Meyer studied fine art at the University of Colorado, the University of Oklahoma, Loretto Heights College, Red Rocks Community College and with Edith Niblo. Her paintings have been collected in private and corporate collections in Australia, Israel, Germany, Ireland and Mexico, as well as throughout the United States. She has participated in numerous exhibitions and one-woman shows. Her work can be seen in the Denver area at the Madden Museum of Art and in Florida at Signatures Fine Arts.

Todd Redmond received a Bachelor of Arts degree from Illinois State University with an emphasis in ceramics and photography. He has spent the past 18 years making a living from his artwork. Todd owns a handmade tile business and also creates functional and sculptural ceramics. Teaching has been a large part of his career, and he enjoys sharing his knowledge and experience with others.

Vicky Smith holds a B.F.A. from the University of Colorado at Boulder and an M.F.A. in ceramic sculpture from the Rhode Island School of Design. She has taught at the Rhode Island School of Design, the DeCordova Museum in Massachusetts and at numerous art centers and community schools. She has over 20 years experience working with students from kindergarten through adults in settings from community centers, public and private schools to college settings. Her work has been exhibited at art shows and galleries throughout the country.