Words Carry Us with Betty MacDonald, July 31, 7 PM, Livestream/Live Audience
Words Carry Us with Betty MacDonald hosts Sean Nixon on Sunday, July 31 at 7 PM, livestreamed on YouTube.
Words Carry Us with Betty MacDonald hosts Sean Nixon on Sunday, July 31 at 7 PM. This event will be livestreamed on the Green Kill Sessions YouTube Channel and will be open to a live audience of 30. Tickets are 5 dollars. Go here to purchase tickets: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/words-carry-us-with-betty-macdonald-july-31-7-pm-livestreamlive-audienc-tickets-388912556927
There are two Eventbrite ticket categories:
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Livestream tickets are for viewing the livestream performance online on personal devices. Livestream ticket holders will also receive a link to the video of the performance on YouTube for watching later.
Audience members who wish to attend a performance in-person will reserve a ticket to attend the livestream event.
In addition, in-person audience members will also receive a livestream link which they can watch later.
This audience is limited to 30.
Because COVID is still a potential hazard guests attending the livestream in person must be masked and vaccinated.
Sean Nixon is an Artist, Professor of Art, Author and Speaker on Higher Education. He is the founder of Love of Learning™ a consultancy committed to helping create learning environments that lead to self-discovery.
He has presented at conferences in the US, & Mexico and is the recipient of an Excellence in Teaching Award from the Association of Graphic Communication, as well as numerous grants.
He serves as the faculty lead for The Center for Career Development & Applied Learning, SUNY Ulster Applied Learning Liaison, Chair of the Applied Learning Committee, COIL Coordinator and is a SUNY Applied Learning Expert.
Sean holds a BFA from The Philadelphia College of Art (UArts) and an MFA from The School of Visual Arts (SVA).
Locally, he has exhibited his work at Unison Arts, Muroff-Kotler Gallery and Roos Gallery, among other venues. Solo and group exhibitions in New York City include the Rivington Gallery, Habitat for Artist Collaborative Project (ART PAC-KIT), and the Arts Brookfield in Battery Park.
He has received praise from The New York Times, among other periodicals, and his work can be found in private collections across the country and his books are available on Amazon.
Writer/actor Betty MacDonald contributed to the writing of and performance in TMI’s What to Expect When You’re Not Expecting. Her essay “Before Roe v. Wade” appears in the anthology Get Out of My Crotch! Her work is included in the anthologies 80 Things To Do When You Turn 80, Open House, Better With Age. and in Lightwood, an online magazine. Betty presented her essay “First Love” for 650Read at the Cell Theatre in New York City, and at Vassar College. Her essay "Daughter of Twins" is on video for 650Read's Mother's Day presentation. Her essay "Not Jewish Enough" is on video for 650Read's Jew-ish. Betty will present her essay “I’m Not a Woman of My Age” at City Winery, NYC on October 16th for 650Read’s event on Aging. Betty hosts Words Carry Us, a livestream show of readings and interviews from Green Kill in Kingston, NY.
Following her early career as a continuity writer and radio personality Tiny Lee, Betty became a travel industry correspondent. Unfortunately, she’s a homebody and finds travel uncomfortable and exhausting. For over 30 years, storytelling has influenced her work as a performer with Community Playback Theatre in the Hudson Valley.