Juvenis Festival Team
Festival Producer - Fiona Fox
Fiona Fox grew up in the windy city of Kingston where she developed a keen interest in the arts. Over the past few years, she has been working on several creative writing projects in varying genres. In 2020 she graduated from Queen’s University in Art History and then returned to school a year later to graduate with a certificate in Scriptwriting from Algonquin College in 2022. During her role with the Juvenis Festival, Fiona hopes to continue to build experience in the creative arts as well as form meaningful relationships with the Kingston community through helping facilitate accessible arts programming in the city.
Technical Director - Arden Rogalsky
Arden grew up in Kingston, and was lucky to be encouraged to get involved with the arts by the supportive community in their neighbourhood. Since their first introduction to the Kingston music scene, Arden has contributed to a variety of projects over the years as a performer and songwriter. After graduating from the University of King’s College in 2021, Arden once again found a home in the Kingston arts community and continues to be involved in performance, live sound, and recording.
Festival Assistant - Haley Sarfeld
Haley Sarfeld is a singer, songwriter, poet, playwright, composer, collage artist, and cruciverbalist in Katarokwi/Kingston. A recent graduate of the Cultural Studies MA program at Queen’s University with a background in English Language & Literature, Haley is passionate about teaching and learning through the arts. Her debut radio play, Half Past Lunchtime, premiered on CFRC 101.9fm in the 2022 Shortwave Theatre Festival, and she has recently worked with Single Thread Theatre Company as a voice actor in the immersive theatre piece Virtual Ambrose. In quieter moments, you can find her writing crossword puzzles for The Skeleton Press. This is Haley’s second year as Juvenis Festival Assistant, and she is looking forward to supporting the festival through another exciting season of youtharts programming.