Board & Staff
Meet Our Team
Two Rivers Gallery staff are happy to connect with you! They can be contacted individually via e-mail or you can call our front desk at 250-614-7800 and ask to be connected.
Administration & Facility
Sara Knelman (She/Her/Hers)
Sara has worked as a curator, writer and educator, mainly in Toronto and London, UK, before moving to Prince George in 2020. She holds a PhD in art history from the Courtauld Institute, where she studied the history of photography exhibitions. She is passionate about exploring the ideas of our time through contemporary art and bringing our community together through creativity!
Kris Harris (She/Her/Hers)
Kris grew up in the Philippines before moving abroad to work and start a family. She has spent the past 15 years living and working in Taiwan and Saudi Arabia. Her most recent posting was at King Abdullah of Science and Technology in Saudi Arabia where she worked as a graduate services advisor/administrative assistant and events planning assistant. Kris’ hobbies included exercising, travelling and spending time with her family.
Karen Anderson (She/Her/Hers)
Supervisor, Facility, Safety & IT
Karen grew up in Prince George. She has a Red Seal in carpentry and an instructor’s diploma. She has worked on many local buildings and taught carpentry, safety, and mobile equipment operation. Karen likes learning new things and making stuff.
George Harris (He/Him/His)
Curator and Artistic Director
George Harris grew up on Vancouver Island where he had his first job in a museum working as a photographic archivist in Cumberland. It is there he also had his first studio visit and discovered a love of contemporary art. He lived and worked in Yukon for a time but has worked most of his professional life in Prince George where he learned to play the guitar and sing at the same time.
Kaitlyn Herlehy (She/Her/They/Them)
After earning her BFA at Emily Carr University, Kait is back in her hometown as an emerging curator and artist. When she is not at work, you can find her reading, walking in the woods, and having conversations with friends. But mostly reading.
Teresa Chu (She/Her/Hers)
When Teresa was five, her parents took her to the Louvre, where she became obsessed with a group of wayward ants near the Mona Lisa. That’s when her parents knew that she would end up in the arts.
Learning & Engagement
Regan Shrumm (They/Them)
Interim Director of Learning & Engagement
Constantly moving all around the United States as a child, Regan traveled from art museum to art museum, and quickly knew they wanted to work within the field. They have been working as a curator, educator, administrator since 2011 for art galleries and museums around BC and the US.
Anna-Maria Lawrie (She/Her/Hers)
Biologist, baker, artist, teacher, parent – Anna-Maria has worn a number of hats in her life. Her passion is lifelong learning and exploration, as well as a daily dose of doing with fabric and stitch, pencil and paper, chisels and wood and more.
Crystal Behn (She/Her/Hers) [On Maternity Leave]
Her adult life is committed to learning her culture and tradition. Crystal enjoyed her role as culture coordinator at Northern Rockies Aboriginal Woman’s Society in her home town of Fort Nelson. Her hobbies include traditional native crafting which she has built a business and received accolades for her art. She has received many wins and acknowledgements with her most recent being the 2021 Crabtree-McLennan Emerging Artist for First Nations Art awarded by the BC Achievement Foundation.
Sebastian Nicholson (He/Him/His)
Community Arts Activator
Sebastian is a Prince George local and artist. He has traveled extensively through BC since 2014 and delivered meaningful workshops on HIV, art, and wellness. Sebastian graduated the Fine Art program at CNC with honours and uses his art practice to encourage a safer, more inclusive community.
Hannah Cole (She/Her/Hers)
Learning & Engagement Assistant
Hannah was born and raised in Prince George where she’s currently pursuing her Bachelor of Education degree with UNBC. She loves to read, write, create, and appreciate all the beauty Northern BC has to offer.
Visitor Experience & Membership
Olivia Beck (She/Her/Hers)
Visitor Experience & Membership Manager
Born in Vancouver, but Olivia has grown up in Prince George her entire life. At a young age started volunteering at Two Rivers Gallery, and hasn’t left since! When Olivia isn’t at work her hobbies include camping, travelling and spending time with friends and family.
Kaos Campbell (He/Him/His)
Visitor Experience Representative
Kaos is a long-time gallery roustabout and a common face at the front desk.Working with local artists through the shop is the most interesting part of the job for him.
Ming Draper (She/Her/Hers)
Visitor Experience Representative
Pam Carlson (She/Her/Hers)
Growing up in the Middle East, Pam’s love of art and culture began at a young age. She studied Fine Arts at Brandon University and completed her Master of Contemporary Art History at OCADU in Toronto. She has previously worked as a certified Industrial Welder and most recently at the Art Gallery of Southwestern Manitoba.
Marketing & Communications
Roxanne Heroux-Boulay (She/Her/Hers)
Communications Coordinator & Graphic Designer
Roxanne grew up in Prince George for the majority of her life, with a short detour in Vancouver where she attended make-up school. No longer inspired by make-up Roxanne moved on to the art of graphic design where she now happily spends her days designing at Two Rivers Gallery.
Board of Trustees
Director of Learning and Leadership
Communications Specialist, Digital Engagement
Curriculum and Assessment Manager
Integris Credit Union
D. Rigo Media
Pathfinder Endeavours Ltd
BC Coroners Service, Ministry of Public Safety and Solicitor General
Canada Revenue Agency
Indigenous Engagement and Art Management
Hackett Professional Group
Manager of Infinite Employment Solutions
HSJ Lawyers LLP
BC Financial Services Authority