“Make the world work for 100% of humanity in the shortest possible time
through spontaneous cooperation without ecological offense or the
disadvantage of anyone.” – Buckminster Fuller
Gwendolyn Kelly is a self-employed workshop facilitator. She has a Master of Arts in Fine Arts and a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the University of Louisville. Gwendolyn has served in a number of roles. She was the Community Art and Conversations Curator for 1619 Flux: Art + Activism, the American Graduate Community Engagement Coordinator and Ready-to-Learn Coordinator for Kentucky Educational Television, the former Director For Youth and Family Programs and the Education Programs Evaluator for The Speed Art Museum.
Gwendolyn is a curious citizen who likes to learn and be of service. She has co-facilitated several Neighborhood Institutes for Center for Neighborhoods and previously served on the boards of Metro United Way, River City Housing, The West Louisville Women’s Coalition, and OneWest. She is also a Power40210 Little Free Library steward and was named a Louisville Connector and West Louisville Connector by Leadership Louisville. Since October 2005 Gwen has hosted a weekly open-to-the-community Jewelry Making studio sponsored by ArtsReach, a program of the Kentucky Center for the Performing Arts.