sustainability workshop open to all students
Get creative with 'Lake, Story and Ritual' April 6-7 & April 13
Are you looking for a creative outlet to explore sustainability issues with a local twist? Then you won't want to miss this upcoming event where you'll take part in a puppetry performance about Onondaga Lake.
"Lake, Story and Ritual," a one-credit interdisciplinary workshop open to students from all majors, will be held April 6-7 and April 13 at The Warehouse. Come work with master puppeteer Geoff Navias who will lead this workshop in developing stories and symbols about the lake that can be shared at a public event on April 13.
Register today for this hands-on workshop that will have you pushing the envelope of sustainability and creativity while bringing out the eco-warrior in you!
'Plastic Impact' on the Quad
Students in SU Showcase's "Plastic Impact" workshop spent the weekend of Feb. 22-24 designing and constructing an installation on the Quad to draw attention to the problem of plastics in the ocean. The workshop and installation was held in conjunction with the Feb. 27 University Lecture by Roz Savage, who addressed the issue of ocean pollution.