ABOUT LAF

Langley Arts Fund is a 501c3 non-profit sponsored by the Whidbey Island Arts Council. Formed in 2019, the mission of LAF is to organize funding for arts projects in Langley. LAF works with the Langley Arts Commission and community arts organizations to identify and support funding efforts for projects or events within the City of Langley. Our team members are all volunteer and are committed to helping the arts thrive in Langley.

 

Peter M. Morton -
His 61-year career has been predominantly in aviation, including pilot and maintenance training, flight deck design, marketing, program management and executive management. 

He is a member of the Langley City Council, and has served on numerous industry boards including the Seattle Museum of Flight and the Aviation Accreditation Board International. Peter is involved with mentoring youth in aviation, both near his home on Whidbey Island and at the Museum of Flight and Raisbeck Aviation High School. He flies a Cirrus SR20 airplane and has flown over 350 flights with the Experimental Aviation Association Young Eagles program and has the jacket to prove it.

Don Wodjenski -
A professional artist, musician, and educator; recently retired after 20 years teaching visual arts with South Whidbey Schools and six years of film photography instruction at Skagit Valley College. Don currently serves on the Langley Arts Commission and the board of directors for Cloudstone Foundation. 

www.wodjenskicreative.com

 

Frank Rose -
Involved in the arts on Whidbey Island since 1985 primarily as a board member of the Whidbey Island Arts Council (WIAC) Whidbey Island Center for the Arts (WICA), Sculpture Northwest and Chairman of the Langley Arts Commission. Frank has extensive experience in non- profit marketing, project management, fundraising and strategic planning. 

 

 Currently the Treasure of the Langley Arts Fund involved in planning and fundraising in support of placing a bronze Wishing Whale in the Langley Whale Bell Park

 

Jack Henry Behnke

Diane Divelbess

Pam Schell

Joann Hamick Quintana -

In 2013, Joann moved from Seattle to Whidbey Island where she pursues her passions for music and community service. She’s a singer-songwriter, a recording artist, and leads Joann Quintana Band.

 

Her community service has included the Langley Library Board, the Seawall Park Improvements Ad Hoc Committee, the Langley Parks and Open Space Commission, the Langley Arts Commission (chair), the Steering Committee of Langley Creates (Certified Creative District), and a founding member of the Langley Arts Fund.

OUR TEAM

© 2020 by Langley Arts Fund

Call us:

360-730-6483

Email us:

langleyartsfund@gmail.com

Find us:

PO Box 173

Langley, WA, 98260