Open Studios Lecture and Workshop Series

Location: South Campus, Art and Architecture studios, building 2, room 2223, upstairs

About This Event

Join us for the next Open Studios: A Lecture/Workshop Series, Monday, December 4, 2017 at 6:15 p.m. at South Campus, building 2, upstairs in the Art/Architecture Studios.


"Freedom as the Purpose for Mankind' presented by Jackie Bossman and SUNY Erie Philosophy students

'The Good Life: How An Artist Makes A Living' presented by Joel Brenden

Panel Discussion: "Individualism vs. Collectivism: Experiences of International Students in the United States" moderated by Rebecca Krakowiak, SGA president and student trustee, and Ismael Agasse

'Shakespeare: Actual History, Fake News, and the Barefaced Lie' presented by Larry Smith

The Open Studios Series at SUNY Erie’s South Campus features faculty and student scholarship, lectures, panel discussions, and interactive workshops in Architecture,

English, Philosophy, Fine Arts, Science and the Humanities. Share in an opportunity for collaboration, diversity, creative expression, tolerance, and


The workshop is free and open to all SUNY Erie students, faculty, staff and the community. For event information, contact Michael Rio at or Donna Fierle at