Volunteer Spotlight: Gene Felice

The Bob Moog Foundation is fortunate to have a corps of fantastic, dedicated volunteers. We simply couldn’t carry out everything we do without them. From event support to photography to artistic and technological input and more, our volunteers help shape our efforts. Since fall of 2007, multi-media artist Gene Felice has contributed hundreds (if not thousands) of hours of his time to help us develop visual content that conveys our mission of igniting creativity at the intersection of music, science, history, and innovation.

If you live here in Asheville, you might know Gene Felice from his dynamic events like {Re}Happening at Lake Eden, or as an inspiring multi-media teacher at Odyssey Community School. We know Gene as a long time supporter of the Bob Moog Foundation, having lent his talents to us on a variety of occasions.



Over the years we have been honored to work with him on a number of projects:

  • Conceptual drawings for the Moogseum
  • Design and graphics for our website
  • Design and graphic artist for the MiniMoogseum
  • Graphic direction for our Toubab Krewe video
  • Poster Design for events like Pushing the Envelope
  • Interactive elements at a number of our events
  • Curator for Pushing the Envelope

You can view some of Gene’s work on his website.  Thanks, Gene, for all that you have done to help grow the Bob Moog Foundation!


One Response to “Volunteer Spotlight: Gene Felice”

  1. eb

    Gene Felice, an amazing artist and fantastic friend!
    Keep up the spectacular work~

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