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Elisabeth Arzt was born and raised on a farm in Maryland. Since she was a kid she found nature to be the ultimate sage, the pastures were her sandbox, the critters her neighborhood rapscallions, and the forest her chapel. Elisabeth pursued art as a career and earned her BFA in Sculpture from the Corcoran College of Art in Washington, D.C. An avid tree hugger, Elisabeth’s work, both illustration, carving, and jewelry are an exploration of how trees are an integral part of our culture.
Jamie Ford is the great-grandson of Nevada mining pioneer, Min Chung, who emigrated from Hoiping, China to San Francisco in 1865, where he adopted the western name “Ford,” thus confusing countless generations.
His debut novel, Hotel on the Corner of Bitter and Sweet, spent two-and-a-half years on the New York Times bestseller list and went on to win the 2010 Asian/Pacific American Award for Literature. Recently, that same novel has been optioned for a Broadway musical, and also for film, with George Takei serving as Executive Producer.
His second book, Songs of Willow Frost, was also a national bestseller. Jamie’s third novel, Love and Other Consolations Prizes, was named one of the Best Historical Fiction Novels of 2017 by Library Journal.
His work has been translated into 35 languages. (He’s still holding out for Klingon, because that’s when you know you’ve made it).
Lisa Morehouse is an award-winning public radio reporter and editor focusing on food, agriculture, and the people who make both possible. She produces California Foodways, a county-by-county exploration of stories at the intersection of food, culture, history, economics, labor and the environment. The stories air on KQED’s The California Report Magazine, and national shows like All Things Considered, Here and Now, The World, and The Splendid Table. The series received a national Edward R. Murrow Award and two James Beard nominations. An editor at KALW, Morehouse also teaches audio production to high school and college students.
Lance L. Smith (pronouns: They/Them) is a multidisciplinary artist, illustrator, and teacher based in Las Vegas, NV. Their work often explores themes of loss, distortion, and liberatory practices. Smith is the Artist Manager of the Rogers Art Loft. Smith has been featured in multiple local and national group exhibits as well as solo exhibitions past and forthcoming. Smith has been awarded two residencies at the Arquetopia Foundation International Artist Residency program, most recently as a part of their Mentorship Program in Puebla, Mexico. As the Community Artist-in-Residence at The Majorie Barrick Museum of Art, Teaching Artist with the Sprat Program in Partnership with Core Academy, and as a volunteer with Las Vegas’ LGBTQIA Center, Smith has created art programming, taught classes, and facilitated workshops aimed at extending creative activity beyond the formal artistic community. Appearing in local media, on community panels, as a podcast guest, and an invited lecturer, Smith emphasizes the importance of acknowledging one’s intuition as a tool for artistic expression.