Creative Expressions: Stories We Want to Tell - Community, Ethics, and Artistic Expression - July 9, 2020
From Lisa D'Adamo-Weinstein on July 9th, 2020
Creative Expressions: Stories We Want to Tell - Community, Ethics, and Artistic Expression
Thursday, July 9, 2020 - 5-6pm
The SUNY Empire community has a rich and varied artist community. Join us each week to meet our faculty, staff, student, and alumni artists to learn a little about their creative expressions, their process, and them. Our artists hold a Q&A session following their presentations/performances. Creative Expressions happen every Thursday at 5pm in Zoom at this link.
Featured on Thursday, July 9th are presentations by Kyle Adams and Barrie Cline exploring community building through the arts, ethical representation, and the arts as a means of expressing things that are just too hard to express in words. Kyle will speak about his approach to photography. Barrie will share her work with the Worker's Arts Coalition.
Note: If you missed our previous sessions or cannot make it this week, all of the sessions are recorded. Check them out at this link.
Also, Creative Expressions now has a website that includes all our previous sessions and plans for future sessions.
Weekly Host: Lisa D’Adamo-Weinstein
Presenters this week:
Kyle Adams is the assistant vice president for communications and marketing. Before joining SUNY Empire State College, he oversaw communications at the Rockefeller Institute of Government and previously worked in communications at SUNY Cobleskill and SUNY Delhi. Prior to joining SUNY, he worked as a journalist and served as a United State Peace Corps volunteer in Ukraine. He has been shooting photos personally and professionally for more than 20 years.
Barrie Cline is the Arts Course Coordinator and faculty at the Harry Van Arsdale Jr. School of Labor Studies. She also serves as site coordinator for the HVASLS courses with the UA1 plumbers.
Amy Ruth Tobol was scheduled to present tonight, but she had a scheduling conflict and will present later in the series to talk about community and activism in the fiber arts community.