Jennaway Pearson

Studio Program Manager

Jennaway is a printmaker and bookmaker. She recently relocated to Newburgh, NY from Washington DC, where she taught Printmaking and Book Arts at American University and George Washington University. She has taught at Penland School of Craft, Studio 2-3, Asheville Bookworks, and Internationally.  Jennaway also owns and operates the print and book studio, Three Snakes, in Newburgh.
Hanna Washburn
Outreach Coordinator

Hanna Washburn is an artist and curator based in Beacon, NY. She builds hybrid sculptural forms using recycled clothing, textiles, ceramics, and found objects. Hanna holds a BA in Fine Art and English from Kenyon College, and an MFA in Fine Art from the School of Visual Arts. Hanna has been artist in residence at Vermont Studio Center, the Woodstock Byrdcliffe Colony, Monson Arts, and the Textile Arts Center. She works at Fall Kill Creative Works and Storm King Art Center.

Grace Moore
Clay Works Studio Technician
Grace Moore is a ceramic artist creating functional and sculptural works. She attended the State University of New York at New Paltz to earn a BFA in Ceramics and is an instructor at both Fall Kill Creative Works and the Kingston Ceramics Studio, as well as maintaining her own studio practice and business.
Erina Schultz
Youth Program Coordinator
Erina Schultz is a printmaker and textile artist creating functional wares and prints focused on relationships, ethical hedonism, and community. Recent honors include Southern Graphics Council International Student and Emerging Professionals Grant, and a residency at Penland School of Craft in Penland, NC. Erina earned a Bachelors in Fine Arts at Appalachian State University in Boone, NC. She is a Textile Designer for Hanamaru Textiles and teaches for both Fall Kill Creative Works and the Textile Arts Center in New York City.
Lala Montoya Heredia
Youth Program Assistant

Lala Montoya Heredia is an artist, culture cultivator and mother. Through gardens and the arts, Lala has incorporated ways to learn, practice and share skills with a focus on their regenerative nature. Lala dedicates her time to cultivating an evolution in culture that is as much through the nature of creating with hands and clay as it is by sharing food and time with people and the earth. Lala was born and raised in Medellin, Colombia and currently lives in the Hudson Valley, NY. Both her local and global roots inform her life as an artist.