Salena Kitteringham

Salena Kitteringham
Salena Kitteringham (‘00 BA) is Curious Arts co-founder. Lover of dance, modern furniture, Mad Men on the screen and black coffee in her cup, Salena is the fine arts communications lead for the Faculty of Arts at the University of Alberta and dance writer for the Edmonton Journal. Chatting with artists and writing about their work is a passion. She’s enjoyed working with Edmonton’s arts community for more than a decade, with previous stints in the U of A's Department of Drama, at arts marketing firm Bottom Line Productions, the Citadel Theatre and the late but great See Magazine. Mom to two beautiful boys, Salena spends a great deal of time with her husband Jonathan cheering in hockey rinks.
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Trio Voce: Marina Hoover, Jasmine Lin and Patricia Tao.

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