Carvin Eison on Reenergizing the Legacy of Frederick Douglass

Rallying a city around an initiative is no small undertaking, but when Filmmaker and RCTV General Manager Carvin Eison looked around in 2017 and discovered no consolidated plan for the celebration and commemoration of the 200th Birthday of Frederick Douglass, … Continued

Turning the Fortunes of Rochester’s Third Ward: The 2017 Corn Hill Arts Festival

The 49th Annual Corn Hill Arts Festival is Rochester’s oldest residential arts festival, and I was fascinated to learn how it was so instrumental in helping turn the fortunes of Rochester’s beautiful Third Ward, now known as the Corn Hill. On this episode … Continued

Werner Sun: The Science Behind His Art

I’ve been intrigued by Werner Sun and the science behind his art since I first met him about four years ago at a New York Foundation for the Arts Boot Camp for Artists. His work defies traditional 2D or 3D … Continued