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Cosponsored by UAlbany’s Life Sciences Research Initiative, RNA Institute, State Education Department’s Office of Cultural Education, Friends of the New York State Library, and the UAlbany Emeritus Center Created and produced by the New York State Writers Institute, University Art Museum, and UAlbany Performing Arts Center in collaboration with WAMC Northeast Public Radio, this series features leading figures from a variety of artistic disciplines in conversation with WAMC’s “Roundtable” host Joe Donahue about their creative inspiration, craft, and careers.
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