I first became aware of Sound Your Truth through my Design: Form class taught by Emilie Houssart. For one of our projects, students were given the option to collaborate on a biodegradable, interactive sculpture that would somehow contribute to the event. I was very excited about that assignment, and the idea of making public art… Continue reading My Experience with Sound Your Truth 2023 | Ripley Butterfield
Card Printing Workshop, Friday, October 27, 10:00 a.m. – 12:00 noon, FAB Rotunda: Help us hand print beautiful cards from Linoleum blocks created by Printmaking students in the Fine Arts Building Rotunda. No special skills needed. To honor the late Printmaking Professor Ben Wigfall’s rich and important legacy and to draw attention to the current… Continue reading 🗓 Circle Back – Give Thanks: 11/15/2023
We invite you, your students and colleagues to participate in an interactive evening of creative sharing and collective expression on the Courtyard / Sojourner Truth Library quad. Our intention is to particularly amplify and center underrepresented voices. Thursday, October 14, 2021, 5:00-8:00 p.m. (Rain date: Friday, October 15) Sound your truth Beat your drum Pipe up Call in Make noise Celebrate Free your speech Listen in Parrhesiazomai* *In rhetoric, parrhesia is a… Continue reading 🗓 Sound Your Truth: Thursday, October 14, 2021, 5:00-8:00 pm
June 2, 2021 Please join us for a free online panel presentation; Listening to Black Farmers. Our three panelists will share their personal experiences as Black Farmers, social justice advocates, and land conservationists. The panel members, their affiliations, and topics of discussion are listed below; • Alison Espinosa, Black Farmer Fund & Rootworker’s Croft, on connecting the past & future of black… Continue reading Listening to Black Farmers
Join us for a community read of the new anthology edited by Ayana Johnson & Katharine Wilkinson. Available online via the Sojourner Truth Library at this link. Nurturing a welcoming, connected, and leaderful climate community, rooted in the work and wisdom of women, to grow a life-giving future. A mosaic that honors the complexity of the… Continue reading Summer Reading: All We Can Save
View the event recording here.
Interview by Josh Korenblat What brought you into your current role here at New Paltz? I was not anything related to being an art student when I was in school. And then when it came to applying for college, I suddenly knew that I didn’t want to do anything science-related, which is what I was… Continue reading Listening Session with Nishi Patel