Krista Detor is an award-winning musician, composer, and writer. She has been recognized by the Indiana Legislature for Contributions to the Arts, as well as featured on the award-winning Wilderness Plots for PBS National. Her work as a musician and writer has taken her across the globe. During the 2020 pandemic, she collaborated at her artist retreat with NYU graduates to stage the only live traditional theatre experience anywhere in the country, for which she was featured in Forbes magazine. The artist retreat, The Hundredth Hill, is her response to a world in need of imaginative solutions to deep social and environmental crises. She and her husband, Technical Director David Weber, work to foster the artistic visions of cross-genre and generational artists by providing them space and resources so they might creatively facilitate human ingenuity, understanding, and sustainability.
Janiece Jaffe’s artistic journey “was powerfully informed by countless collaborations … each partnership an act of musical alchemy,” writes Krista Detor in this tribute to Bloomington’s legendary musical artist. “She was a uniquely generous and catalytic artist whose collaborations recurred over decades and whose memories will be cherished forever.” Click here to read Krista’s tribute to Janiece.