State Of The Arts: A Conversation With Ithaca’s The Kitchen Theatre and Cinemapolis (VIRTUAL)

COVID-19 has disrupted how everyone engages with the world and the arts community has particularly felt the impact.  In this series you will meet three arts organizations who will discuss how they have repositioned themselves and offer suggestions on how students in the arts can do the same.  This is an opportunity to gain insights, ask questions, and learn how to navigate the current environment.

Our second session has a local, Ithaca focus, and features Steve Nunley (The Kitchen Theatre) and Brett Bossard (Cinemapolis).

Advanced questions are welcome: E-mail John Fracchia

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About The Kitchen Theatre: The Kitchen Theatre Company produces theatre in its intimate space of 98 seats.  Its mission is to create bold theater theatre that engages our community and starts important conversations.  Bold, Intimate and Engaging is our catch phrase.

About Cinemapolis: Cinemapolis is a non-profit media arts organization, encouraging central New York residents to explore the power of film to entertain, educate, and to celebrate the human experience.  Attracting on average 75,000 patrons annually, it is Central New York’s premiere art house cinema, presenting a year-round program of first-run independent, international, and locally produced films alongside special programming to engage and enrich the community.

By John Fracchia
John Fracchia Career Engagement and Technology Specialist John Fracchia