Mindy Dillard, MFA
Assistant Director & Teaching Artist
Mindy Dillard is a folk musician, award-winning singer-songwriter and teaching artist. She is passionate about improving her community through arts and activism. She performs locally and nationally and also teaches clawhammer banjo, guitar and ukulele.
As the Assistant Director of the Mundi Project, Mindy is excited to use her skills and experiences as a folk musician and song leader to help Mundi expand its intergenerational music, songwriting and ukulele programs. She is the teaching artist for our new Harmony Hub intergenerational program at Neighborhood House.
Mindy received a Master of Fine Arts in Interdisciplinary Arts from Goddard College – specializing in music, songwriting and social change. She graduated from the University of Utah with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Theatre with an emphasis in Acting.