ZACC Volunteers

Volunteer

Bryce Peery is the ZACC's Bob Ross.  Once a month (or more for private parties!) Bryce dons a Bob Ross wig and teaches the monthly class.  Bryce might as well be the reencarnation of Bob Ross for he is just as helpful, friendly, and talented.  But, luckily Bryce is also his own person with a talent that surpasses happy little trees and a humor that spreads throughout the ZACC.  

Volunteer

Cheryl Cote has been part of the ZACC family for 2 and a half years and we hope she'll be with us for years to come.  You've probably met Cheryl if you've come into the ZACC on Saturday or to one of our annual events you've most likely met this volunteering goddess.  She is a highlight-granter.  If you meet Cheryl take time out of your day to have a conversation with her--you won't regret it and you'll have a new friend.  And we don't mean a simple Facebook friend! 

Volunteer

Suzanne DeMarinis has been with the ZACC for 2 and a half years, but for the ZACC it feels like she has always been here.  If you've popped into the ZACC on a Saturday you might have met Suzanne, or if you've gotten a beverage at our Annual Block Party, Mini Show, or Halloween event.  If you've been at the ZACC and then realized a room grew brighter, that would be Suzanne entering the room.

Volunteer

Loretta Vizzutti is a Montana born and raised multi-media artist and teacher. She is "often found carrying a sketchbook and cup of tea.” Her art days are best when shared with a room full of students and a table overflowing with art supplies. She is a graduate of the University of Montana with degrees in Art and Home Economics with an emphasis in Design and Teaching. Her favorite supplies to work with are: pen/ink, collage, colored pencil, watercolor, pencil and fiber/textiles.

Jamie Lawrence was born in Ohio, raised in Texas and moved back to Montana in 1991. She considers herself a native Montanan who just happened to be born in the wrong place! Jamie studied Middle Eastern History and Diplomacy at the University of Montana and graduated in 2001. In 2003 she began Last Best Candles, a local handmade candle operation, and sells her craft in stores across the country. Jamie is an active member of the local arts and crafts community and believes above all that you should buy handcrafted and locally made products whenever possible!