2017

      Cultural Harmony Week 2017

“Home Away: Experiences of Trauma & Hope”

 October 15th-21st

 

Sunday, October 15, 2017

Milne Library

Evan Goldstein, Ambassadorship Project,  Photo Exhibit “Landscape”

A photo exhibit taken over the course of an eight week, 12,000 mile car ride across the
continental U.S., which captures the American landscape and wilderness in its relation to
military and industry.

      Landscape

Monday, October 16, 2017

Milne Library

Evan Goldstein, Ambassadorship Project, Photo Exhibit “Landscape”

A photo exhibit taken over the course of an eight week, 12,000 mile car ride across the
continental U.S., which captures the American landscape and wilderness in its relation to
military and industry.

5:30 p.m. -7:30 p.m., Newton 214

“The Mask You Live In,” Film & Panel

The film and panel will discuss the ways in which both boys and young men struggle to
stay true to themselves while navigating America’s narrow definition of masculinity.

Moderator: David Sanchez, Gandhi Institute for Nonviolence
Panelists:
o Robert Conway, ManKind Project, Upstate New York Community Coordinator
o Jennifer Guzman, Assistant Professor, Anthropology
o Wes Kennison, Adjunct Faculty, Departments of English and Languages & Literature, Study Abroad
o Dan Moore, Head Coach, Women’s & Men’s Cross Country & Assistant Track and Field Coach

 

                                  The Mask You Live In

 

Tuesday, October 17, 2017

Milne Library

Evan Goldstein, Ambassadorship Project, Photo Exhibit “Landscape”

A photo exhibit taken over the course of an eight week, 12,000 mile car ride across the
continental U.S., which captures the American landscape and wilderness in its relation to
military and industry.

5:00 p.m., Bailey 102

“War’s Impact on Natural & Cultural Resources,” Panel

The causalities of war include natural resources, cultural identity and history. The ability
to preserve the earth’s minerals, water, land and cultural history become long term
challenges for all of us. The panel will discuss natural resources, climate change and the
destruction of history.

Moderator: Emily Froome, Asst. Director for Faculty-Led Programs, Office of International Programs
Panelists:
o Colleen Boland, Retired Senior Master Sergeant, US Air Force (tentative)
o Scott Giorgis, Geological Sciences
o Jeremy Grace, Political Science/International Relations
o Linda Steet, School of Education

Wednesday, October 18, 2017

Milne Library

Evan Goldstein, Ambassadorship Project, Photo Exhibit “Landscape”

A photo exhibit taken over the course of an eight week, 12,000 mile car ride across the
continental U.S., which captures the American landscape and wilderness in its relation to
military and industry.

2:30-3:45 p.m., College Union, Ballroom

All College Hour Speaker-Steve Prince, “Rebirth: The Trials of Nicodemus”

In this lecture, artist and educator Steve Prince will utilize the power of story telling and visual arts to tell a multi-layered story of the American experience.  Prince will offer ways in which we can collectively grapple with societal issues such as race and class through the creative process. Prince’s message is one of hope and a call for our nation to be reborn.

Artist Steve A. Prince is a native of New Orleans, Louisiana, he received his BFA from
Xavier University (Louisiana) and MFA in printing and sculpture from Michigan State
University. In addition to his all college hour lecture, Prince will be leading community
art projects centered around trauma and renewal.

Steve Prince

Workshop Times:  6:00 p.m.-7:30 p.m. & 8:00 p.m.-9:30 p.m., College Union, Ballroom

Community Art Project Workshops with Steve Prince

This special workshop is open to everyone (community members, students, staff and faculty). Steve Prince will provide a lecture demonstration of the process and allow participants to create original works utilizing rotary tools to carve the woodblocks. Workshops are focused on reconciliation, healing and peace. Each participant will be able to express their thoughts artistically and have their artwork incorporated into a large-scale print.

 

Thursday, October 19, 2017

Milne Library

Evan Goldstein, Ambassadorship Project, Photo Exhibit “Landscape”

A photo exhibit taken over the course of an eight week, 12,000 mile car ride across the
continental U.S., which captures the American landscape and wilderness in its relation to
military and industry.

Workshop Times: 10:00 AM – 11:30 AM, 1:00 PM-2:30 PM, 3:00 PM-4:30 PM & 7:00 PM-8:30PM, College Union, Ballroom

Community Art Project Workshops with Steve Prince

This special workshop is open to everyone (community members, students, staff and faculty). Steve Prince will provide a lecture demonstration of the process and allow participants to create original works utilizing rotary tools to carve the woodblocks. Workshops are focused on reconciliation, healing and peace. Each participant will be able to express their thoughts artistically and have their artwork incorporated into a large-scale print.

7:00 p.m., Newton 204

IFS Film, “The Emperor’s Naked Army Marches On (Hara Kazuo, 1987),”

The film traces the efforts of Okuzaki Kenzõ to chronicle war crimes, including murder and cannibalism, committed by Japanese soldiers in occupied New Guinea during World War II. Presented by Brooke McCorkle, Art Department.

The Emperor's Naked Army Marches On

Friday, October 20, 2017

Milne Library

Evan Goldstein, Ambassadorship Project, Photo Exhibit “Landscape”

A photo exhibit taken over the course of an eight week, 12,000 mile car ride across the
continental U.S., which captures the American landscape and wilderness in its relation to
military and industry.

9:00 A.M.-10:30 AM, College Union, Ballroom

Community Art Project Workshops with Steve Prince

This special workshop is open to everyone (community members, students, staff and faculty). Steve Prince will provide a lecture demonstration of the process and allow participants to create original works utilizing rotary tools to carve the woodblocks. Workshops are focused on reconciliation, healing and peace. Each participant will be able to express their thoughts artistically and have their artwork incorporated into a large-scale print.

3:00 PM, near Bear Fountain, Main & Center Streets, Geneseo

Printing & Steam Rolling Event 

Making art from trauma addresses how communities and individuals may heal from war and other forms of violence. Steve A. Prince, an artist and educator will assemble the art pieces created on wood blocks by community members, student, faculty and staff. The collective steamroller print will be completed near the Bear Fountain, which has experienced repeated trauma. All are welcomed to attend!

9:00 PM, Kinetic Gallery

Acoustic Coffee House, Geneseo Late Knight (GLK) Event

 

Saturday, October 21 2017

Milne Library

Evan Goldstein, Ambassadorship Project, Photo Exhibit “Landscape”

A photo exhibit taken over the course of an eight week, 12,000 mile car ride across the
continental U.S., which captures the American landscape and wilderness in its relation to
military and industry.

5:30 PM- 8:30 PM, College Union, Ballroom

Annual ACE/SA Intercultural Dinner

The multicultural and diversity interest student organizations will come together to share
their experiences through skits, dance, song, food, etc.

 

 

Inquiries regarding accommodations or information on accessibility can be directed to the Office of Disability Services, Erwin 22 or tbuggieh@geneseo.edu