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Alison Castle


Educated at Columbia and NYU in philosophy, photography, and film, Alison has worked primarily as a book editor and author for the past two decades. Her books include The Stanley Kubrick Archives, Saturday Night Live: The Book, The Complete Jacques Tati, and Marc Newson: Works. She is also a contributor to publications including Gagosian Quarterly, The Road Rat, Chaos 69, and Vogue. Aside from photography and film, Alison is passionate about furniture and design. Preserving and promoting her father's legacy is now her main focus.

Nancy Jurs Castle

Vice President

Nancy studied ceramics and later taught at RIT, where she met Wendell when he was teaching in the furniture department. Her career as a ceramic and installation artist has included many notable exhibitions including at XX and YY, as well as a major commission for the Rochester International Airport, Triad (199?). 

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Kathrine Page


Kathrine is the former Gretchen Hupfel Curator of Contemporary Art at the Delaware Contemporary​ museum in Wilmington. Prior to her curatorial position, she served as president of the board at the Delaware Contemporary. She is currently project director at John William Gallery in Wilmington.


Kathrine's enduring relationship with Nancy and Wendell Castle spans decades, having showcased the Jurs-Castle family's work at the Davison Gallery in Rochester, NY, The Delaware Contemporary, and Nancy’s work at Spencer Hill Gallery in Corning, NY. As a proud contributor to the Wendell Castle Project board, Kathrine maintains her deep commitment to the Castle legacy championing their artistic vision, firmly believing in the transformative power of art as catalyst for community engagement, dialogue, and discovery.

Stan Rickel

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Roger Wall

Roger has a long history in the furniture and design business, dating back to 1990 when he began working in sales at Knoll. Since 1994 he has been the president of Spinneybeck / FilzFelt, a division of MillerKnoll. An avid collector and champion of craft and design furniture, Roger also sits on the boards of the Harry Bertoia Foundation as well as Spinneybeck/Knoll nonprofits in North America, Ireland, and China.


Ken Page

Interim Director

Ken Page is someone who knows how to get things done. He retired as an Engineering Program Director having managed space telescope, automation, and chemical facility projects and operations over a 40-year career. For 25 years, Ken has been an avid furniture maker and admirer of Wendell Castle having met Wendell and Nancy through his wife, Kathrine. Ken volunteered to serve as the interim director of the Wendell Castle Workshop with the objective of establishing a sustainably operating school, in line with Wendell’s spirit. 

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