Art Instructor Kelsey Hoines is studying at K-State to earn a Bachelor of Fine Arts in painting. She plans to graduate in Fall 2019 and attend a graduate's program to earn her Master's of Fine Arts. She is a Department of Art Ambassador as well as The College of Arts and Sciences Ambassador, and is training to become a Learning Assistant to help guide new K-State students along their art careers. She has been working at the Manhattan Arts Center for a year teaching the Youth Honors Academy and Emerging Artists classes as well as working with some campers last summer.
Clay Instructor Molly Lenhausen is a recent graduate from K-State with her BFA in Ceramics. She was born and raised in Kansas and has been practicing ceramics since her freshman year in high school. She is currently the Manhattan Arts Center Clay Studio Manager and teaches classes at MAC. She looks forward to this summer's camps and classes!
Drama Instructor Anna Shackelford Hasler is a storyteller and K-State Drama Therapy student from Nashville, TN. Since moving to Manhattan, Anna has worked with children and adults with minor to sever exceptionalities with Barrier Free Theatre and Film Makers. She also has created curriculum using process drama to teach English as a second language with international students at K-State. As Anna continues to pursue a career in drama therapy, she aspires to implement theatre techniques to create a safe environment for all children regardless of sexual orientation, race, gender, or disability, and encourage those to create a more positive and accepting generation.
Drama Instructor Molli Maberry Hornblower holds a Master of Arts degree in Drama Therapy from K-State. She most recently served as director for MACademy Youth Theatre's production of Tut, Tut! and as part of MAC's One Act Play Festival. Molly has also been seen on MAC's main stage, most recently in Our Town and The 39 Steps.
Lead Counselor Sarrah Sultz is a sophomore at Kansas State University, majoring in music education. She has taken part in multiple musicals, plays, and has also directed one act plays.
Counselor Andrew Ward will be a freshman at K-State in the fall majoring in biological sciences. He was a Counselor-In-Training at the 2018 Camp MAC. He enjoys sketching and playing video games and is ready to have fun at camp!
Counselor Maddi Shaneyfelt is a sophomore at Emporia State University studying for my Bachelors of Science in Art Therapy. She is extremely passionate about creating relationships and getting to know people, especially through art, so she is eager to spend her summer with some creative kiddos!
Counselor-in-Training Jo Beth Rose is a student at Manhattan High School. She is an avid artist and member of the Youth Honors Academy at MAC, a limited-enrollment class for serious, young art students.