William Kennedy + Michael Oatman at Albany Institute


William Kennedy and Michael Oatman will be at the Albany Institute this Sunday for a conversation about creativity. Blurbage:

Kennedy, a Pulitzer Prize-winning author, and Oatman, an artist, curator, and professor at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, are highly regarded for their creativity and their contributions to the Capital Region's rich art and literary environment. Kennedy and Oatman will talk about the creative process and how they have used the Capital Region as inspiration and basis for their work.

The conversation is connected to the exhibition The Capital Region in 50 Objects, which includes one of Kennedy's typewriters (above).

The event is Sunday, October 18 at 2 pm. It's free with museum admission -- stop at the front desk to get a ticket.

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Wish I could be there. Will this be filmed? Thanks.

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