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Collective, Community Arts

a welcoming hub for all ages & stages in our community

Meet our team

Experience. Quality. Fun.

Laura Vokey
Music & Movement

Laura holds a Bachelor of Music (Violin) and a Bachelor of Music Education from Memorial University. For 15+ years, she has been sharing her love of music with children, youth and adults of all ages in English & French. A certified Suzuki & Orff teacher, she has taught string programs, early childhood and classroom music for K-12. She plays with Pembroke Symphony Orchestra, as a duo with cello for events, and for the babies & families at Petawawa Public  Library.
Laura loves working in a cooperative setting where young and old can experience the joy of making music together.

Janice Bartley

Janice began playing the piano at an early age and went on to achieve her Bachelor of Arts - Music at Providence College & Theological Seminary in Manitoba and her Grade XI - Performer through Western Board of Music. Janice has 15+ years experience teaching privately and 6 years as a certified piano teacher with Yamaha Music Schools (Winnipeg). She enjoys playing with band Gate47, within the church and  accompanying choirs.

At Pine Arts Collective, Janice helps to foster a love of music with people of all ages and abilities.

Kevin Rabishaw

Kevin Rabishaw
Guitar, Ukulele, Mandolin

Born and raised in the Upper Ottawa Valley, Kevin has long had an appreciation for the arts and is a self-proclaimed "dabbler" in visual arts. Artists of all ages and stages will enjoy experimenting with different media, styles, and techniques in their sessions.

Kevin's #1 rule is to have fun:
art is a progression into expression.

An active musician in the community (hear him with his band Gate47), Kevin teaches guitar, ukulele and mandolin.

Kevin Rabishaw

Carley Clouthier

Born and raised in the Petawawa area, Carley grew up singing and developed a real passion for the human instrument: the voice! 

A graduate of Cambrian College’s Advanced Diploma in Classical Performance (voice), Carley also studied in Toronto at the Pro Actor’s Lab.
Carley post-graduate certificate in Communicative Disorders Assistance  (Georgian College) further advanced her understanding of the anatomy of the vocal tract, vocalisation and language.

Carley will help you develop healthy vocal habits and techniques in order to preserve vocal longevity, flexibility and quality of tone. She loves encouraging new and seasoned singers in discovering their authentic sound and developing their vocal artistry.