11:30 AM-12:30 PM

Environmental Communication Students: Connecting PSC Educators to Place
Amy Kretser (NCAVI): Art for the Visually Impaired 
Jamie Savage (SUNY-ESF Ranger School, PSC alum): Original music 

Lee Ann Sporn (PSC faculty):The Art of Connection

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Schedule - VIC Auditorium

Glenn McClure (SUNY-Geneseo composer): Music of Global Lightning 

Bethany Garretson (PSC faculty): Borders & Connections to the Land


Environmental History Students: Adirondack Climate Stories


We are not officially linked to the TED organization, but we like their style.  Unofficial versions of short, high-impact TED-talks are supposed to use the label "TED-x", but as Adirondackers we figure "TED-axe" works even better. So here is a tentative outline of what will happen in the VIC auditorium, our current series of "TED-axe talks & Tunes" that focus on  "The Art & Science of Connections."                    (Live links are shown in bold font)

3:30-4:15 PM
 Craig Milewski & Students: Ecological Conscience readings

PSC Student Musicians:  Musical Interlude
Environmental Communication Students: Connecting Outfitters to the ADKS


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2:30-3:30PM

Environmental Communication Students: Connecting Kids to Nature




SAM Fest 2017

10:00 AM SCIENCE MARCH  from PSC campus entrance to the VIC. An upbeat, fun rally for all who value SCIENCE!




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4:15-4:45 PM
Ed Kanze and Josh Clement introduce  premier of Hidden Heritage

12:30-1:30 PM

LUNCH BREAK, GALLERY, & DEMOS


1:30-2:30PM​

Bobcat Steppers, followed by Curt Stager

Dan Berggren (ADK folk musician): Adirondack music


                                                           Everett Sapp (Beekmantown High School): ProSnow video project

                                 

                                            Jason Davis (Climate Stories Project):  People-Nature Improv on Jazz Bass


10:45 AM-11:30 AM

 Environmental Communication Students: Connecting Lake Stewards to Lakes

 Mel Johnson & Landscape Ecology Students: Connecting Landscapes

Peggy Lynn (PSC alum): Adirondack music