Mon. - Closed
Tue./Wed. - 10am - 5pm
Thurs. - 10am - 7pm
Fri./Sat. - 10am - 5pm
Sun. - Closed
*Closed City Observed Holidays
A non-profit community art center located in Norfolk's NEON District --- 740 Boush St. Norfolk, VA 23510 --- 757-625-4211
Tricia D. Hudson serves as the President and Owner of Strategic Solutions by Tricia, LLC. She provides fundraising counsel to a variety of non-profit clients. Tricia assists her clients in developing fundraising capacity, strategic plans, assessing campaign readiness, board development and marketing campaigns.
She has been a Development Professional since 1996 and has served the nonprofit sector and higher education during that time. During her career, she has raised over $45 million dollars in support of various organizations and served on a number of boards in the Hampton Roads community.
Tricia is a Past President of the Hampton Roads Chapter of the Association of Fundraising Professionals and has served as the National Philanthropy Day Event Chairman. She is currently a Founding Member of the Old Dominion University Women’s Initiative Network, a member of the George Mason University Alumni Association and Town Point Club. During Tricia’s fundraising career she has been affiliated with Old Dominion University, Tidewater Community College, Virginia Wesleyan College, the American Heart Association and the American Red Cross.
Tricia received her B.A. in Government & Politics from George Mason University in Fairfax, Virginia.
However, she is most proud of the relationships she has formed over the years in order to make her community a better place to live and work.
Cheyenne Moore -
Chelsea Veale -
Cheyenne has a BFA in Photography from San Jose State University and a MNR in Leadership for Global Sustainability. Since she is a Navy daughter, she is somewhat of a local. She grew up in the area and went to High School in Chesapeake.
Much like Cheyenne’s localities growing up, she has diverse career experience – both traits allow her to easily adapt into any role at any location. Her most consistent roles have been within customer service in some form or another.
As Administrative Coordinator, Cheyenne wears a few different hats and is here to help where needed! A majority of her daily tasks include correspondences with artists and visitors to the Center, assisting with exhibitions and other special events, and organizing all of d’Art’s information.
Tricia D. Hudson -
Amanda Bradley -
Gallery Manager & Center Curator
As a weekend staff member, Izzy handles an array of tasks, spends time with the artists, and most importantly, she welcomes guests! Izzy also helps with events when needed.
Izzy is the newest member of the d'Art Center team, and is also part of the upcoming ceramic programing coming to d'Art Center. She and her family will be providing ceramic workshops and classes!
Isabella Anderson -
Weekend Support Staff
Deanna Strother -
Weekend Support Staff
As a Weekend Support Staff member Deanna wears many hats! She does whatever is needed to fill in the gaps between the primary staff members, but most importantly she greets d’Art Center’s weekend visitors and makes them feel welcome in our space, as well as ensuring they are aware of our upcoming events and opportunities.
As well as a staff member, Deanna is a resident artist at the d’Art Center. As a lifelong Portsmouth resident, she is a self-taught artist and discovered paint pouring during a long period of convalescence at home due to a diagnosis of Ménière’s Disease in 2017.
The experimentation and application of this art form worked as a healing therapy for her while she adjusted to new health changes. In part of this, she believes strongly in ensuring that art and its creative processes are accessible within her community.
Deanna has an art and photography background and began her own business Fluid Arts by Deanna in 2018. She is usually working in her studio every day, however, she also teaches a variety of kids and adult classes on weeknights and weekends, as well as Summer and Winter Camp at d'Art. Deanna has also been working with Tidewater Arts Outreach since 2021 as an instructor placed within vulnerable communities that benefit from direct Artist interaction; this is work that is very dear to her heart and she finds it incredibly fulfilling.
Amanda is a talented artist, graphic designer, photographer, curator, and art preparator, with a background in management, freelancing, marketing, communications, and nonprofits, living and working in Norfolk, Virginia. She earned her BFA in Photography and Print Media in 2013 at Old Dominion University. Her design work and graphic art is featured in many local advertisements, logos, commercials, events, posters, brochures, fliers, advertisements, and digital materials for businesses, companies, and individuals.
Some of her most noteworthy accomplishments include designing the 2019 Norfolk Harborfest Poster, her 2020 Public Art in the NEON District, and her recent 2022 CoVa BIZ Magazine Next Gen Award for her work at d'Art Center.
Since July 2017, Amanda has been working in Norfolk's NEON District at the d'Art Center.
Amanda started as d'Art's Communications and Special Events Coordinator. She began running The Center's Galleries in 2018 as the Gallery Manager, Communications, and Marketing Coordinator, and in 2022 Amanda's title changed to Gallery Manager & Center Curator after a staff increase.
She is The Center's graphic artist and maintains its website. She creates the exhibition designs, schedules, and prospectuses, organizes and manages the artist calls, curates the exhibitions, and does all of the installations. She designs most of The Center's marketing materials, and re-branded The Center in 2018. She also manages and organizes multiple on-site fundraisers and special events.
Chelsea is the Assistant Director for the d’Art Center and assists the Director, Tricia Hudson, with balancing finances, operations, administration, overseeing programs and events, venue rentals, artist contracts and much more!
After several years of being an Art History and Studio graduate from Old Dominion University, she still refers to herself as an “art kid.” She worked in the corporate world for 10 years, before her first shot in the arts field as a “thought partner” with the Director of Operations at Virginia MOCA. There she wore several job hats and gained experience at a non-profit organization.