July 05, 2022

Creative Economy Journal 3 – June Edition

In our July episode of the Creative Economy Journal, Moses Nagel and Corey Aldrich, Executive Director at ACE! (Upstate Alliance for the Creative Economy) are back on the street, highlighting and amplifying the interesting and unique voices participating in the creative economy of New York State Capital Region from the month of June 2022.

June 10, 2022 : Transformations: the art of John Van Alstine | Directors Circle Preview Event at the HYDE Collection in Glens Falls

John Van Alstine has been described as an abstract artist with a keen sense of composition, who evokes narratives from inanimate objects, and a sculptor who finds balance and energy in the moment. Van Alstine works at the nexus of natural forces and the man made, at the intersection between wild nature and technology. Interviews include John, Guest Curator Caroline M. Welsh and the Hyde Collections Education & Engagement Curator Katelyn Foley.

WEB: hydecollection.org

June 3, 2022 : Lasting Impression Exhibition | Pine Hills Public Library in Albany

Art professors often have dual roles: making art and turning students into artists. Eleven regional printmaking professors were asked to exhibit and to, in turn, invite a current or former student to exhibit alongside them. “Lasting Impression” reveals both the range of print work being made in our region and the lasting impressions students and faculty make on each other. Ten regional colleges are represented in the exhibition: Bard College, Bennington College, Dutchess Community College, Middlebury College, Rensselaer Polytechnic University, Skidmore College, SUNY Oneonta, University at Albany, University of Hartford, and Union College.

WEB: opalka.sage.edu/partnerships

3 Questions with Freelance Television Sound Engineer and Creative Economy Journal Host Moses Nagel. Moses has a rich career in the field of television, radio and podcasts and shares little bit about what it’s like to be an in demand sound based creative.

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