Corinna Cotsen was raised in Los Angeles and holds a BA in Art History from University of California, Berkeley and graduate degrees in Architecture and Construction Management from Washington University in St. Louis. Corinna has served on the boards of Washington University in St. Louis, Friends of the Junior Arts Center, American Craft Council, Craft in America, and the Craft and Folk Art Museum (CAFAM). Corinna is a printmaker, gardener, beekeeper, cook, baker, and mother of three.
A native of Toledo, Ohio, Lee Rosenbaum attended Stanford University and Harvard Law School. He built his career in entertainment law working with Wyman, Bautzer, Rothman & Kuchel, Embassy Pictures, New World Pictures, Columbia Pictures, Paramount Pictures, MGM, Disney, and The Carsey-Werner Company. Lee co-founded Equitable Stewardship for Artists, served on the boards of Wildwood School, La Jolla Playhouse, and Friends of the Gamble House; and teaches at Art Center College of Design.
Gronk is a legendary Los Angeles-based artist well known for his murals, paintings, performances, and set designs. His work is represented in private and museum collections across the country, including Corcoran Gallery of Art and Smithsonian Institute; SFMoMA; LACMA; and MOCA. Gronk’s Theater of Paint, the artist’s first solo museum show in more than two decades, was organized and exhibited by CAFAM.