Ken Goldenberg is the Founder, President, and CEO of The Goldenberg Group, a property development company that was established in 1984. From the beginning, Ken has applied and fostered a tenacious, thoughtful and entrepreneurial spirit, while leading a diverse, seasoned and dynamic team through a range of complex real estate development projects. Gravers Lane Gallery was founded in 2010 and is TGG’s first start-up company. With Ken’s leadership, The Goldenberg Group creates transformative change through active involvement in communities and meaningful partnerships.
Bruce D. Hoffman
Bruce Hoffman is the Director of Gravers Lane Gallery in the historic Chestnut Hill area of Philadelphia. He is an independent curator, artist, writer, and educator. He has a Bachelors of Fine Arts from Tyler School of Art where he serves on the Alumni Board. He was the Director of an internationally recognized gallery for twenty years where he established and curated the International Fiber Biennial from 1998–2010. He served as adjunct professor at Moore College of Art and Design where he taught the first undergraduate course on Curatorial Studies and has lectured throughout the country.
Andrew Clark is a graduate of The Crefeld School in Philadelphia; he is a current Alfred University student transferring to Tyler School of Art in the Fall of 2013. Andrew was previously employed by The Mural Arts Program for 2 years. He also completed an internship with glass artist John Pomp at his Kensington production studio. As an artist working in various media-including glass, paint, wax, and sculpture-Andrew’s artistic ability renders him a valuable asset to the GLG family. Andrew is also an avid musician and creative writer.