Maggie Arbieter

She/Her or They/Them

Visual Arts Mentor

Maggie Arbeiter is a practicing artist and book nerd based in the Twin Cities. Maggie has experience in many diverse mediums including, but not limited to, ceramics, sculpture, printmaking, animation, and painting. Her art and graphic stories have been featured in several collegiate magazines including the cover of The University of Minnesota‚Äôs Ivory Tower. She has also worked with the Minnesota RollerGirls and tours craft shows with her sister. She currently spends her time with Adventures in Cardboard as a Camp Coordinator and Senior Artistic Staff member, working with kids and teens to reach their LARPing potential. Maggie lives with her partner, Micah, and dog, Pizza.

Alia Jeraj


Music and Writing Mentor

Alia Jeraj  is an artist and educator in the Twin Cities. She sings with groups including Nanilo, a trio rooted in traditional harmonies from Eastern Europe and Western India, Mixed Precipitation's summer operetta, and Artemis, a treble vocal ensemble based in exploration and improvisation. Her bylines include Pollen, American Craft, and the Twin Cities Daily Planet. When she is not helping high school students understand math concepts or singing, you can find Alia watering her garden or sipping iced coffee. 

Dan Dukich


Podcast Mentor and Sound Editor

Dan Dukich is a composer, sound designer and musician whose work has been heard on stages all across North America and Europe. He has been recognized by The Kennedy Center with a Distinguished Achievement in Sound Design Award, supported by Nautilus Music-Theatre's Composer-Librettist Studio and is a recipient of MRAC's Next Step Fund. Dan is also a songwriter who records and performs with the moniker Daniel Bonespur.

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Youth MOVE MN is a project of the Minnesota Association for Children's Mental Health and is a state chapter of Youth MOVE National.  This project is supported by a grant from Minnesota Systems of Care from the Department of Human Services.