Stacey Ray joined Lane Arts Council in November 2016, bringing over ten years of experience in arts management and administration. Stacey served for several art galleries, the Center for Community Arts & Cultural Policy, and as Arts and Exhibits Director for Associated Students of Montana State University (ASMSU). She also served with Portland Institute for Contemporary Art (PICA), ArtCity Eugene, and as a board member for Integrated Arts. Stacey has a MS in Arts Management (focus in Community Arts) and a graduate certificate in Nonprofit Management from the University of Oregon. She has a BFA in Studio Art, and BA in Art History from Montana State University. Stacey practices her creativity through her sketchbooks, guitar, and participating in local arts happenings.
Arts Education Program Manager
Eric Braman joined Lane Arts Council in June 2017, bringing experience in the performing arts and program management. They held positions at the University of Oregon in Experiential Education & Prevention Initiatives, Sexual Violence Prevention & Education, and University Housing; served two years with AmeriCorps at Chemeketa Community College and Campfire USA, Alaska Council; and has led and performed with Rehearsals for Life, Dead Parrots Society poetry group, and the Worklight Improv Team. Eric has completed trainings with the Mandala Center for Change (Theatre of the Oppressed), Second City Chicago (Comedic Improv), and Kelli Simpkins (Tectonic Theatre Technique). Eric earned their Master of Nonprofit Management from UofO and BA in Theatre Performance and Creative Writing from Western Michigan University. Eric finds their greatest cre