HISTORY
Founded by choreographer Lauri Stallings and production specialist Richard Carvlin, glo debuted on the campus of the High Museum of Art on July 24, 2009, with rapt.  Stallings is a 2014 recipient of the national visual art Artadia Award.  2013 Robert Rauschenberg Foundation SEED Grantees for their fearlessness, innovation and multidisciplinary approach, with works involving 51 creators—conductors, choreographers, filmmakers, dancers, mural artists, visual artists and fashion designers—glo makes experiences that are part choreography and part interactive art installation. glo has given 160 performances of 50 unique productions, from Atlanta to the rural towns of Georgia, and from New York to Art Basel: Miami, and makes its home in the 116-year old Factory Space, Goodson Yard, at the Goat Farm Arts Center.

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Founding Artist Lauri Stallings
General Manager  Richard J. Carvlin
Senior Managing Consultant  Max Leventhal
Creative Associate  Ginny Coleman
Development Coordinator Jeff Terrell
Marketing Adviser  Kathleen Covington
SCHOOLHOUSE Principal Sean Hilton


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BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Matthew DiVenere
Nancy Nethery Senior Manager Portfolio Operations Autotrader.com
Kathleen Covington Director of Communications Alliance Theatre
Jeff Terrell Development Coordinator glo
Matthew DiVenere 
Richard Carvlin Stage Manger Atlanta Symphony Orchestra 
Karen Joanson-Scott, Owner Buckhead Family Chiropractic
Jolynn Sockwell

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ADVISORS 
Ivan Pulinkala Chair Kennesaw State University Department of Dance
Howell Binkley Lighting Designer 
Louis Corrigan Kingscap
Tiyana Lehtikoski AIDEA Digital
Bill Kaelin BK Marketing
Max Leventhal Representative of facilitiy renovation Woodruff Arts Center 
John Gibson  Bourgeois Dilettante 
Don Purcell Manager Jeffrey Atlanta
Joe Bankoff Chair Sam Nunn School of International Affairs

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     and our astounding volunteer GUILD