Board of Trustees
Kimberly Peterka, President
In addition to her ongoing involvement with Oxford Community Arts Center and Des Fleur Garden Club, Kim is also the Vice President of KIMSCO & Akretep, Inc., a real estate and commercial enterprise.
Alan deCourcy, Vice President
A former Vice President for Academic Affairs at Mount St. Joseph University and current adjunct instructor, Alan also worked at Western College in the 1970s. He developed an interest in photography and had a solo exhibit at the Oxford Community Arts Center. His work has been part of several juried exhibits. He has a studio on the third floor and is a member of the Art Shop. View his work online.
Layne Listerman, Secretary
A retired art teacher from the Framingham School System in Framingham, MA, Layne now indulges her passion for the arts through her engagement and activities with the Oxford Community Arts Center.
John Clements, Treasurer
Retired from his role as Vice President and CFO at McCullough-Hyde Memorial Hospital, John spends time between the Oxford Community Arts Center and golf.
Having retired from her roles at Miami University as Assistant Dean for the College of Creative Arts, and as an Instructor and Director in the Theater Department, Rosalyn now chairs the Oxford Community Arts Center's Program Committee. She is also a founder and principle member with the Caroline Scott Players, a semi-professional resident theatre company.
Retired from his position as Professor of Art in Sculpture from Miami University (1976-2009) Jim now spends his time working in his studio and making sculptures and bamboo fly rods, in addition to his support and work on behalf of the Oxford Community Arts Center.
Jeff and his wife, Debbie, were owners of Ace Hardware from October 1985 until July 2017. Together, they led Oxford's successful United Way campaign in 2012 and were honored as “Couple of the Year” by the Citizens of the Year selection committee in December 2016. Now, in his role as Facilities Restoration Chair, Jeff lends his expertise to ensuring that the Oxford Community Arts Center's building has a strong foundation.
Bonnie retired as Curator of Education at Miami University's Art Museum, where she also served as Interim Director. As a member of the teaching faculty on Miami's Oxford and Luxembourg campuses, Bonnie shared her knowledge and passion for art. Bonnie is now sharing those same interests with the Oxford area through her work on the Development Committee and as Chair of the Gala Planning Committee.
A retired attorney, John shares his legal expertise and insights to ensure compliance throughout the operations of the Oxford Community Arts Center.
Robert has a Master of Fine Arts in Painting from the University of Illinois, Champaign. His work has been seen in solo exhibitions and as part of gallery shows and juried exhibitions. Recent awards include the First Place Award Representing the West: A New Frontier, February 2020, and the Frank C. Wright Memorial Award, June 2019. Robert has a studio on the third floor. View his work online.