Rosendale Theatre will host a public screening of “We all have something to say”
The Fine & Visual Arts Program at SUNY Ulster announces the Rosendale Theatre will host a public screening of “We all have something to say” on Thursday, May, 18 from 5 p.m. to 6 p.m. This screening is a collection of SUNY Ulster student work created in the Digital Visual Narrative course, which places emphasis on time-based art and storytelling.
Professor Sean Nixon will introduce his students and the selection of short stories that include, Simple Actions, Public Service Announcements, and Interviews including AI technology with a Q&A session to follow. Local filmmakers and professionals will attend to share their feedback.
Professor Sean Nixon welcomes the community, “come view the stories, meet the students and enjoy your neighbors. What better place to tell a story than a theater. It’s where it happens.”
This event is free and open to the public; parking is in the back of the theater.