11:00 to 12:30pm at Dramatic Hall
Panel discussion: How multimedia can be a engine for economic development.
Panelists: Assemblywoman Sandy Galef, State Senator Terrence Murphy, Westchester County Director of Operations Joan McDonald and Peekskill Mayor Andre Rainey
Moderated by Lawrence Scherer, State & Broadway, Government Relations
Doors open at 10:30 refreshments will be served”
12 to 3 pm at Peekskill Clay Studios
Fluxional Clay: doors open at 11 am, reception 1 pm
Fluxional Clay will showcase examples of contemporary ceramic work that have been chosen for their innovative use of found materials, digital processes and/or multimedia approaches.
4 to 8 pm at HVCCA
4 pm to 6:30 pm, Alejandro Jodorowsky, “Endless Poetry” including Q & A with Mick Gochanour presented by the Peekskill Film Festival followed by media opening of HVCCA’s latest film exhibition – focused on new media artists in the NY area – video, projection & photographs. For tickets to view “Endless Poetry” click here.
8 pm Party in Peekskill! Pick up discount card at all AIM 18 venues and receive 15% off a Hudson Room, Eagle Saloon, Taco Dive Bar, Buns N Bourbon, Fin and Brew, and River Outpost Brewery.
11 am to 11:30am at Westchester Community College
Brunch in conjunction with Field Library
11:30 am to 1pm at Westchester Community College
Workshop & Keynote – Keith Burgun: Game Design Talk
1 to 2pm at Westchester Community College
Talk Bre Pettis Workshop – Bre Pettis, owner of Bantam Tools (www.bantamtools.com), will talk about “The Future of Everything.” His remarks will be complemented by a design workshop using a Bantam printed-circuit-board desktop milling machine. Sponsored by Westchester Community College Center for the Digital Arts in partnership with The Field Library (*space limited)
2 to 4 pm Division Street Guitars – 36 N Division Street, Peekskill
Painting Poetry with PAA
7 pm at Paramout Hudson Valley
staged reading of “Indian Joe: the Musical”. Written by and staring Elizabeth A Davis, directed by Don Scardino.
5 to 7 pm at HVCCA
Ungur & Huang “Hotel Dallas” wine & cheese reception to follow