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Posted by Shea Lynch at 7:12PM
Lissen Here! Poem

Blog posting written by Shea Lynch, Documentary Studies and Production '14, FLEFF Intern, Glens Falls, New York

A great FLEFF Week event for anyone! Special presentation with video, installation and new media artist Philip Mallory Jones will be joining the on-campus events Thursday, April 14 in Studio A in Park Hall (4-6PM)

"Philip Mallory Jones has worked with video, film, photography, and writing for artistic, commercial, and scholarly endeavors since 1969, and has incorporated digital media since 1990. His work has been broadcast and exhibited in North America, the Caribbean, South America, Europe, Africa, Japan, Singapore, and Australia. He was co-founder and Director of Ithaca Video Projects (1971-85), one of the pioneering media arts centers, and Director/Curator of the Annual Ithaca Video Festival (1974-83), the first juried touring collection of video art."

"Mr. Jones’ current work includes several projects in Second Life synthetic world: In The Sweet Bye & Bye, Bronzeville Etudes & Riffs, and Points of View: Rediscovering Vanished African American and Multiethnic Communities of Southeastern Ohio. Mr. Jones’ art portfolio includes LISSEN HERE! (2004) a book of poetry and photo-collage, plus film animations, video, interactive digital disc-based works, multi-media installations and performances. Mr. Jones has also published fiction, and created sculptures in acrylic plastics."

-from FLEFF 2011 Checkpoint Guests page

DO NOT MISS THIS! This On-campus event is on Thursday, April 14 in Studio A in Park Hall (4-6PM)

Question for the FLEFF community: What events are you looking forward to attending?

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