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Tour of Sullivan County Through Art in Public Spaces: Part One
Date: Wednesday, September 9th
Location: Zoom invitation for on-line learning
Join Sullivan Renaissance on a tour to see how art activates and energizes public spaces, the impression it leaves on a community, and the economic benefits it brings to an area. Allison Cappella, Sullivan Renaissance Community Development Program Manager, will introduce a showcase of artists’ work throughout the county.
Interviews to follow with area artists Kim Simons, Laurie Kilgore, Todd Lantz, Zac Shavrik; the volunteers and visionaries of Circle Park, DCVAA Executive Director Ariel Shanberg, Executive Director at Delaware Valley Arts Alliance, Neil Hitch, Senior Curator of The Museum at Bethel Woods Center for the Arts, and Julia Fell, Assistant Curator at The Museum at Bethel Woods.
SUNY Sullivan presents this class in partnership with Sullivan Renaissance.
Explore the activation of public spaces through performance arts