Oct. 29 — Emergent Landscape speaker, Christina Rosalie Sbarro

The MFA in Emergent Media presents…

Christina Sbarro of Jaeger DiPaola Kemp

(speaker bio below)

Link to the whole series schedule.

Contact: Sarah Jerger, sjerger@champlain.edu

Where and when: Perry Hall, 6:30 p.m.-8:30 p.m.

Cost: Attendance is free, but reservations are required.  To attend: Priority seating will be given to MFA students and undergraduate students from co-hosting programs. If additional seats are available, they will be available for other Champlain students, faculty, staff and community members on a first-come, first-serve  basis.  ALL attendees must RESERVE a seat in advance. Please email emc@champlain.edu with “Speaker Series Reservation” in the subject line and indicate which speaker event you’d like to attend. Only 1 ticket per person. Students who are part of a class from a co-hosting program should confer with the appropriate faculty member about whether a class reservation has already been made.

Each event will feature a closing reception open to attendees with pizza and beverage provided.

Christina Rosalie Sbarro

Christina Rosalie Sbarro is a writer and an Emerging Media Strategist at JDK Design where she works collaboratively across brand strategy and creative technology to develop engaging brand concepts and strategic executions that invite participation and collaboration through social and emerging media. Prior to JDK, Christina worked as a creative consultant with various tech and cause-driven start-ups and solopreneurs.

A social media early adopter, Christina has blogged, both professionally and for her own enjoyment for almost a decade. Leveraging Kickstarter the year it was developed, Christina successfully launched her first book project, a collection narrative essays and original illustrations exploring the art of living intentionally in the present tense. That book, A Field Guide To Now (http://amzn.to/GZ3fvv) was recently released in September, 2012 by Skirt! Books (Globe Pequot Press.)

Christina graduated with an MFA in Emergent Media from Champlain College in May 2012, and has a BA in Language, Culture and Identity from Connecticut College. Visit: christinarosalie.com and follow: @christina_write


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