July 2015 Monthly Archive

Tobi Jacobi and Ed Lessor’s Pop Up Museum

English Professors Tobi Jacobi and Ed Lessor recently participated in the Prison Public Memory Project by helping to set up Pop Up Museums in three different locations in Hudson, NY on three different days in July (the 9th, 14th, and 24th). A Pop Up […]

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Crisis and Creativity Symposium: Day 3

Today was Day 3 of the Crisis and Creativity Symposium, a gathering of scholars and artists from across the country discussing creative approaches to a society in crisis. The morning began with a group discussion that mirrored the discussion from […]

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Crisis and Creativity Symposium: Day 2

Today was Day Two of the Crisis and Creativity Symposium, a gathering of scholars and artists from across the country discussing creative approaches to a society in crisis. After a moving poetry reading from Brenda Hillman the previous night, participants […]

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Crisis and Creativity Symposium: Day 1

The Crisis and Creativity Symposium, designed “to reinvigorate the conversation between the Arts, Humanities, Social Sciences, and Sciences,” started today (Wednesday July 22nd) as guests from around the country gathered at CSU. Organized by CSU professor Dan Beachy-Quick and made […]

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Summer Fun in FoCo: Swamp Gas and Gossamer

When first walking into Swamp Gas and Gossamer: Lost and Found Emporium, my initial reaction was of being transported into some kind of alternate universe, a universe full of quirky creatures and extraordinary machines. And that is exactly the kind […]

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