Marielena Ferrer is driving this month’s Spirituality and Politics conversation while I am away from the station. We talk about the Supreme Court’s most recent ruling affecting affirmative action and refer to these articles as we meander through our own opinions on it and what we hope will come as a result of it.
Midway through we are joined by Sarrah Danziger, Education Coordinator at the Center for Photography in Kingston. Sarrah is a photographer, video artist, educator, and master printer. Danziger received her BFA from the School of Visual Arts in New York. She created, “Listen to New Orleans,” an oral history archive, artist book, and long-term public installation, and has exhibited at the Ogden Museum of Southern Art, New Orleans; Contemporary Arts Center, New Orleans; and at the New Orleans Photo Alliance. Danziger was raised in Woodstock, and now lives and works in Kingston. Her work as an artist and educator focuses on community-based activities and individual storytelling, positioning her well to expand collaborative partnerships and art making programs in the community.
The center offers many ways of connecting with photography and creative imagery including their upcoming Kingston Photo Festival, July 21-23. Lots of cool ways to join in the fun from film screenings to workshops. Check out their website for all the details.
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