WCA Board of Directors
Roy King PhD, MD, MD is the executive director of Westhaven Center for the Arts and an emeritus associate professor of psychiatry at Stanford University. He moved to Humboldt County in June 2015 and became director of the Center in July 2015. He has a long standing interest, both through research and his clinical work, in the arts, nature-based spirituality and psychology. He practices yoga and delights in nature photography of the splendid Humboldt coastline.
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Ann Anderson is a Trinidad resident and longtime member of WCA. She has shown her waterolors in all of the annual membership shows, other group shows, and has taught watercolor workshops at the Center. She currently serves as Exhibit Coordinator and is very proud of the quality art WCA has brought to our community.
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Jenny Palmer moved from Utah to Westhaven in early 2015. She is excited to bring her administrative and management skills to support the Westhaven Center for the arts as the Office Manager and Secretary of the Board.
Antoinette ‘Toni’ Magyar is an acclaimed artist who has brought her talent and dedication to WCA as Artist in Residence. A deep believer in the gifts of life and art, she is available to the community for ‘Art in Progress’ on Fridays from 1-4 p.m. Come paint with her — or simply enjoy watching her bring her appreciation of the beauty of Trinidad, the surrounding area, and its vibrant people to life on canvas.
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Eclectic musician Seabury Gould is a singer, multi-instrumentalist, recording artist, music teacher, storyteller & world traveler. He plays guitar, bamboo flute, bouzouki, piano & other instruments. He performed for the first time at WCA in 2004 for St. Patrick’s Day. Visit seaburygould.com for more information.
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Nick Frank, WCA Treasurer, is an Electronics Engineer and businessman from Silicon Valley, working as one of a handful of engineers starting more than a decade before it was called Silicon Valley. He spent two decades working as a business consultant in emerging countries such as India, Russia and China. Nick moved to Humboldt County 20 years ago. He stopped for breakfast on a trip north and never left.(707) 498-7238 | email@example.com
Jolianne Einem, international violinist, joined the WCA
family in 2002 as Events Coordinator. A member of many notable period
ensembles, such as Philharmonia and Portland Baroque Orchestra, she
travels extensively on the West Coast. Since 1994 she’s been a resident
of Humboldt County, where she enjoys her family,
gardening, biking, music, yoga practice, the ocean, local culture and a
beautiful sense of community!
(707) 834-2479 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Member at Large
John Webb | (707) 677-9310 | email@example.com
John Webb is a semi-retired teacher living in Trinidad for the past 15 years. He has been presenting WCA’s “Fourth Friday Flicks” film showings for the past 10 years. As a teacher of film and television production with high school and adult aged students in Sacramento, he was in a unique situation that allowed him to focus on film history and, upon retirement, he has been able to continue to share his knowledge and enthusiasm with the film showings at WCA.