PABLO JONES


PABLO JONES - [PRINCIPAL] has been providing event management and consulting services to non-profits, arts organizations, community leaders and corporations for over twenty-two years. He has been providing for the past five years. With a background in the performing arts and a long history of grass roots involvement, Pablo's experience working with diverse groups of people and his commitment to mission-driven events and media has resulted in some of the Twin Cities most beloved cultural collaborations.

EVENT PLANNING/DESIGN SERVICES INCLUDE; Strategic planning, sustainability consulting, event design and goal setting, budget creation and management, timeline/task development and supervision, volunteer recruitment and scheduling, vendor/site selection and liaison, contracts, permits and licenses, conflict resolution, entertainment programming, logistical support, site plan rendering, food and beverage planning, collateral management, registration services, web design/development and custom database solutions.

SOCIAL MEDIA CONTENT SERVICES INCLUDE; Video production (sound design, interview or other content development, videography, editing), photography, Facebook/Twitter/other social media consulting.

Photo by Doug Knutson
CAMILLE GAGE - [PRINCIPAL] Camille is an artist, musician, activist and organizer. Her work history is diverse: she's done everything from organize In the Heart of the Beast Puppet and Mask Theater's MayDay Festival (with Pablo Jones) to advancing and coordinating the public appearances of President Bill Clinton, and Secretaries of State Madeline Albright, Colin Powell and others for the Distinguished Carlson Lecture Series at the University of MN. Camille also managed Vice President Walter F. Mondale’s series, the Mondale Lectures on Public Service, and was part of the team who advanced His Holiness the Dalai Lama's 2001 trip to Minnesota. Organizing – with a key eye for detail – is in her blood.

Camille created and organized - also with Pablo Jones - the 2014 One MPLS inaugural celebration for Minneapolis Mayor Betsy Hodges . She also acted as producer and publisher of the "One Minneapolis: a city in verse" chapbook featuring the work of 13 Minneapolis poets representing almost every neighborhood in the city.

Camille is also a working artist specializing in highly collaborative, public interactions. She was a presenter at the 2012 Nobel Peace Prize Forum and is currently the program director for MN Creates, a first-ever exhibition program bringing the work of contemporary MN artists to the Minnesota State Capitol. She is on the advisory committee of the MADE HERE public arts initiative of the Historic Theater Trust and part of the leadership team for Nibi (Water) Walk, an indigenous-led initiative to bring much-needed attention to the health of the nation's rivers. Camille is in is in the permanent collections of the Weisman Art Museum, The Walker Art Center, the Minnesota Historical Society, Boston Scientific and many more.

Camille is currently the program director for MN Creates, a first-ever exhibition program bringing the work of contemporary MN artists to the Minnesota State Capitol and State Office Building. She is on the advisory committee of the MADE HERE public arts initiative of the Historic Theater Trust and part of the leadership team for Nibi (Water) Walk, an indigenous-led initiative to bring much-needed attention to the health of the nation's rivers.

Camille brings 'we the people' together, to create, celebrate, and witness wonder.
DYLAN SKYBROOK, MSc. - [ASSOCIATE] holds an MSc. from the Master’s in Strategic Leadership toward Sustainability program at Blekinge Tekniska Högskola in Karlskrona, Sweden and a BA in Arts and Social Change from New College of California in San Francisco, California. He was formerly the Dance Programming Director at the Southern Theater and a widely presented choreographer.

Dylan has been a visiting lecturer, on systems thinking and sustainability, at the Master’s in Strategic Leadership toward Sustainability program at Blekinge Tekniska Hogskola in Karlskrona, Sweden and at Kaos Pilots in Århus, Denmark. He has lectured on Art and Sustainability for the Phipps Center for the Arts, created strategic sustainability plans for Chowgirls Catering and Nutmeg Style, and facilitated a strategic planning process for the Anthroposphere Institute, among other efforts.
LANEY BARHAUGH - [ASSOCIATE] is a graduate of the Humphrey School of Public Affairs with a Masters in Urban and Regional Planning, with a focus on Housing and Community Development. As a student, she participated in professional projects with Hope Community, the West Bank Community Coalition, and City of Minneapolis CPED. She volunteers as a tutor and dance event planner and is currently serving as a representative of Dayton's Bluff on the Capital Improvement Budget Task Force for the City of St. Paul.