A graduate of BBHCSD with 3 school-age children, Maggie knows and loves the charm and community-first values of Brecksville. As Director of BCA, she hopes to work with instructors, students and artists to bring more of what they value to BCA: exciting art education and inspiring art events.
Maggie comes to us with a versatile background in corporate sales and marketing, non-profit volunteer work and business start-ups. She holds a BSBA in Marketing from John Carroll University. Her hobbies include photography, volunteering at Bike Brecksville and spending time with her family. You are most likely to see her riding her bike, hanging out at the Community Center, or attending school and sport events. Her aspirations include becoming a better gardener.
Maggie's photography will be on display on the exhibit wall during the month of September.
What is BCA?
Brecksville Center for the Arts is your convenient, local arts resource - dedicated to the enhancement and appreciation of artistic skills through hands-on instruction and programming for all ages, pre-school through adult.
Our Mission Statement
Brecksville Center for the Arts is a non-profit, multidisciplinary art center dedicated to the education, inspiration, encouragement, and support of artists and art enthusiasts of all ages and abilities. We welcome residents of Brecksville and surrounding communities to join us in discovering, exploring, enhancing, and promoting art of all types through affordable instruction, student scholarships, community collaborations, and special events.
The Exhibit Wall
Visit BCA to view fine art by local Studio B members. Exhibits change every 30 days and can be viewed during regular office hours.
Brecksville Center for the Arts Trustees and Officers
Stephanie Sibits, President
Kay Dangler, Secretary
Ellen Demchak, Treasurer
Carolyn Karkosiak, Trustee
Leslie McCafferty, Trustee
Christie Klubnik, Trustee
Margaret Stumpfl, Director