Bianca Mauro, Producer
Bianca is a Lowell-based producer, designer, photographer, adventurer, and supporter of the arts. She has been on the Lowell Cultural Council since 2017. She has amassed over 19 years of international production and event management experience. Her company, BRM Production Management is based in Lowell, and helps clients, here and across the globe, turn their napkin sketches into reality. A huge advantage of Lowell being a “mid-sized” city is that we can be bold here. We can take risks that larger cities have become too self-conscious to indulge. We are a passionate population of academics, artists, makers, and entrepreneurs, in a city that embraces innovation, and that’s the perfect incubator for the evolution of impactful ideas.
Michael Roundy, Race Director
Michael is an artist, faculty member of the Art and Design Department at the University of Massachusetts at Lowell, and a kinetic sculpture enthusiast, witnessing 7 Kinetic Grand Championships in northern California. Having grown a deep love for Lowell with its vibrant art community and industrial history, Michael saw the potential to have the first New England based kinetic sculpture race that, like its fellow races across the country, promotes STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Mathematics) crossed with a raucous good time.
Maxine is an artist and advocate for the arts in Lowell. She spent a lot of years herding cats at Western Avenue Studios and is currently Chair of the Lowell Cultural Council.
I am a Lowell girl and proud of it!! I have been fortunate enough to grow up in this amazing community full of artists, activists and entrepreneurs!! Being a part of this spectacular event has been so unbelievable, words can not explain the experience, so I encourage ALL of you to come be apart of it!!! Come Volunteer and see what I am talking about!!! Sign up now!
Kim grew up in NY and studied architecture and fine art at FIT and NYIT. She was also a commercial photographer for Macy’s. Most recently she was a carpenter after moving to Massachusetts. Mother of twin boys who love the LKSR!
J. M. Grenier is a former broadcaster, MFA student and online communications specialist, currently writing a collection of literary short stories incorporating themes of family, class and mental illness in a fictional mill town.
Asia enjoys making use of online social media platforms as well as bricks and mortar venues to provide excellence in exhibitions, lectures, discussions and community efforts towards an overall mission of diversity in visual arts, music, performance, technological innovation, sustainable economies as well as environment! And all of this is intended to encourage creativity at all levels, to include art that is not confined to museums and galleries, and educate through inspiration; or be additive to new real-life applications or that may inspire new thought in sustainable economies.
Lisa is an architect who brings design to every aspect of her life. When she’s not designing buildings, she enjoys baking crazy cupcakes or wondering around Lowell with her family basking in her favorite building material: brick. She is excited to be a part of her favorite local event this year!
Eric Pennell is a mechanical engineer with 20 years of hands-on experience in robotics, composite materials and aircraft component design. His home shop and recording studio are constantly full of ongoing metal and woodworking projects and musical endeavors; where he, his wife and two daughters love creating. Eric is a life long photographer and is always documenting his outdoor adventures, concerts and various musical pursuits.
David Clark – GoodWood Restoration at your service. Builder / Designer / Mad Scientist. Stand up Philosopher. 8 year Lowellian. Restoration & Repurposed is the key. Sustainability is the mission. & Laughter and Music make the wheels go ‘round. 413 ~ 348 ~ 3393