Elizabeth A. Knox, President
Elizabeth Knox has been a resident of Lebanon since 2005 and is originally from Lamar, a small town near Santa Claus, Indiana. Liz is a staff member of Family Music Studio as well as the director of Knox Music Instruction, specializing in private piano and low-brass instruction. In addition to performing and teaching, Liz also enjoys music composition and conducting. She currently serves as Artistic Director for the Boone County Youth Orchestra. In addition to her passion for music, she enjoys all aspects of the performing and visual arts. She looks forward to serving the LCAC and bringing quality, cultural events to the Lebanon Community.
Barbara A. Walters, Vice President and Strings Program Director
Barb A. Walters has been a resident of Lebanon for eight years. Barb is the owner and director of Family Music Studio, which staffs a very talented and diverse group of music teachers, specializing in strings and brass, to piano instruction. Barb and her seven children all play the violin and/or cello and perform as the Running River Strings group. She is a member of the Grace Baptist Church of Lebanon and the cellist for the church Orchestra. Barb looks forward to bringing her students and faculty into the community for several LCAC sponsored events.
Mike Brubaker, Treasurer
Bio coming soon!
Dave Eckard, Secretary and Director of Performing Arts
Dave is an experienced and welcomed asset within the theatre presence of Boone and surrounding counties. With a passion for the theatre and performing arts, Dave brings a wonderful outlook for the future of drama in Boone County. With sights set on events such as poetry readings, small dramas, and special theatrical events, Dave looks forward to advancing this area of the Arts for Lebanon and surrounding communities.
Betsy Carpenter-Wilson, Jazz Program Director
Betsy Carpenter-Wilson is a very talented saxophonist and resident of Lebanon. She is the Director for the Decatur Discovery Academy Band Program in Indianapolis. Betsy enjoys performing and is a member of the Sugar Creek Big Band, as well as the Boone County Community Band. Betsy looks forward to bringing more Jazz influenced programs and performances to the Lebanon Community.
Deborah Frisby, Director of Public Communications
Deb Frisby, a medical science writer by day, is a poet by night and a mom all the time. She and her husband are the parents of six children, several of whom are actively involved in the performing and visual arts. The Frisby family has resided in Lebanon since 1994 and attend St. Joseph's Catholic Church. Deb looks forward to supporting the LCAC's mission of providing many opportunities for loca lartists, whether young and young-at-heart, to develop and share their talents for the benefit of the Lebanon community.
Deb Hannon, Director of Visual Arts