Station North Arts & Entertainment, Inc.'s staff includes the following people:

Elissa Blount Moorhead, Executive Director & Chief Creative Officer

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Elissa is a Baltimore-based arts leader and artist. She has served as advisor for both The Contemporary and a Public Art Commissioner since moving here from Brooklyn, New York in 2014. In NYC and beyond she spent 25 years as curator, producer, and arts programmer.

Previously Ms. Blount Moorhead taught at Pratt Institute’s Graduate School of Art and Cultural Management, and Parsons Graduate School of Design. She served as curator and Executive Director at Red Clay Arts in NYC, as Program Director of RushKids, arts education program administered by Rush Arts Gallery. She lectures and publishes work internationally.  She served as Weeksville Heritage Center’s Vice Director and Director of Design, Programming, and Exhibitions for seven years where, she developed the education, exhibition, and programming slate for WHC’s contemporary gallery, garden, and performance spaces. She also launched its 19,000 sq. ft. LEED Gold Cultural Arts Building. She has been both co-curator and artist in multisite public art projects with groups such as Creative Time, FLUX, and Art in Odd Places. As a former entertainment attorney she served as in-house counsel for Children’s Television Workshop (Sesame Street) MTV Networks, and BET. She hold’s degrees from Syracuse University, American University, and Parson School of Design. 

She is a partner in TNEG film studio alongside film icons Malik Sayeed and Arthur Jafa. She recently published a sex positive double entendre “children’s” book entitled P is for Pussy. Moorhead is a Baltimore City resident and the mother of two children. 

Amelia Rambissoon, Director of Development & Operations

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Amelia, a Baltimore native, moved to Station North after studying Strategic Public Relations and Integrated Communications and Art at Towson University, and has been a resident of Station North (along with her two cats!) for more than eight years.

Prior to her position with SNAE, Amelia worked with the Historic Charles Street Association, Charles Street Development Corporation, and Central Baltimore Partnership to promote the businesses along the Charles Street and revitalize the corridor from Downtown to Charles Village. She has also volunteered with organizations such as the Maryland Film Festival, Transmodern Festival, Whartscape, and Annex Theater.

Kimi Hanauer, Program Director

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Kimi Hanauer is an interdisciplinary artist and organizer originally from Tel Aviv and Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Kimi moved to Station North in 2012 while attending the Maryland Institute College of Art, where she received her BFA in Interdisciplinary Sculpture. Throughout her time as a resident and artist in Station North, Kimi has worked on and participated in various projects taking the form of eventworks, games, exhibitions, public programs, publications and sculptural objects and was a resident artist at Penthouse Gallery from 2012-2016. Kimi has been a resident artist with Baltimore City Community College Refugee Youth Project since 2014, co-founded Alloverstreet: East Oliver Street Art Walk, and is the founding editor of Press Press, an interdisciplinary publishing initiative. She was a 2014-15 France-Merrick Fellow in community art and the recipient of the 2015 Fred Lazarus Award for Social Change.

Allison Gulick, Station North CSA Coordinator

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In addition to serving as Station North's CSA Coordinator, Allison works as the Community Programs Coordinator at The Walters Art Museum and is an advisory board member for the Institute of Contemporary Art Baltimore.  Allison holds an MFA in Curatorial Practice from MICA and a BA in Art History from the University of North Carolina at Asheville.