Volunteers
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Sue Coley

Sue is an active champion for the arts in Lansing, an avid art collector, and an enthusiastic supporter of Lansing Art Gallery. Sue began volunteering weekly upon her retirement from the State of Michigan in 2010. Sue’s extensive involvement in the arts includes acting as co-chair for Lansing Art Gallery’s fundraiser with her husband and serving as a member of the board of directors for multiple arts agencies including her current service at the Lansing Symphony Orchestra.



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Shayla Croteau

Shayla Croteau is a second year student at Michigan State University. She is pursuing a major in arts and humanities and a double minor in art history and museum studies. In her free time, Shayla enjoys playing lacrosse, drawing, and eating too much chocolate.





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Tyler Forton

Tyler comes to the Lansing Art Gallery starting his senior year at Michigan State University, with a major in Art History and Visual Culture. Tyler’s background knowledge in art history, paired with his varied customer service experience, makes him a great asset to the team. In his free time, Tyler enjoys visiting museums, photography , and trying new coffee.




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Connie Henslee

A long-time supporter of Lansing Art Gallery, Connie Henslee fondly remembers the purchase of her first painting at the gallery in approximately the year 2000. Connie began volunteering weekly in 2009 and is a great asset to the team, in part, due to her love of all things art. An accomplished fiber artist herself, Connie considers the creative process an adventure and hopes her work brings joy to the wearer or observer. Her recent endeavors include knitting for trees across the state of Michigan.



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Quinn Jiles

As an artist and an arts enthusiast, Quinn has volunteered with several galleries and arts programs around Chicago and now in Lansing. Quinn spent several years as an contract arts instructor teaching video and photography in Chicago. Currently an esthetician by day and volunteer by night, she looks forward to continuing to broaden her arts and education advocacy here at Lansing Art Gallery.