Published March 27, 2024

MACA Announces New Leadership

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The Dakotan
| The Dakotan

Welcomes Tonia Vitko and Myles Barcomb as Co-Directors

MINOT – The Minot Area Council of the Arts is thrilled to announce the appointment of Tonia Vitko and Myles Barcomb as new Executive Co-Directors, effective immediately. Vitko and Barcomb bring a wealth of nonprofit experience, passion for the arts, and a vision for community enrichment to their roles.
Tonia Vitko and Myles Barcomb have been integral members of the arts community in Minot for years, contributing their talents and expertise to various artistic endeavors. Their combined passion for the arts and dedication to community building make them the perfect fit to lead MACA into its next chapter.
"We are delighted to welcome Tonia Vitko and Myles Barcomb as our new Executive Co-Directors," said Kelly Matalka, President of the MACA Board. "Their deep-rooted connection to the arts in our community, coupled with their extensive experience and innovative vision, make them the ideal leaders to guide MACA forward. We are excited to embark on this journey with them and see the positive impact they will undoubtedly make."
Vitko and Barcomb expressed their excitement for their new roles, stating, "We are thrilled to have the opportunity to lead, advocate for, and grow with the mission of the Minot Council of the Arts. Our shared vision is to continue enriching Minot's vibrant arts scene, fostering community connections, and expanding opportunities for artists and art enthusiasts alike."
With their diverse skill sets and deep ties to the Magic City’s arts scene, Vitko and Barcomb are poised to enhance MACA's impact and reach within the community. Their collective experience in fundraising, event planning, networking, and strategic operations will be instrumental in advancing MACA's mission of Connecting Artists, Building Community, and Fostering Possibilities.
In their first undertaking as Executive Co-Directors, Tonia Vitko and Myles Barcomb will spearhead the planning and coordination of this summer's highly anticipated Arts in the City events. These weekly gatherings celebrate the rich tapestry of artistic talent in Minot, bringing together local artists, musicians, and community members in Downtown Minot and Oak Park. Vitko and Barcomb's enthusiasm for celebrating regional talent and creativity will be reflected in the diverse and engaging programming planned for these events, further solidifying MACA's role as the central hub for arts and culture in the region.

About Tonia Vitko: Tonia Vitko has a lifelong passion for the arts, with extensive experience in fundraising, board operations, event planning, and community collaboration. She is currently serving on the Board of Directors for the Minot Symphony Orchestra, International Artist Series of Minot, Independence Inc, the Minot Firework Association, and the Norsk Hostfest.

About Myles Barcomb: Myles Barcomb brings a wealth of managerial and technical expertise and artistic talent to his role as Co-Executive Director. With over 20 years of professional experience in the Minot arts community, Barcomb's skills and experience will be invaluable assets to MACA.
Vitko and Barcomb's appointment marks an exciting new chapter for the Minot Area Council of the Arts, as they work to further elevate the arts and culture landscape in Minot and beyond.

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