OUT cast 10/11/2021


OUT cast 10/11/2021


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Tune in to OUT Cast on Monday, October 11 at 1:00 PM for a conversation with host Frank Brooks and Lynn Duryea about the Watershed Workshop for People with HIV/AIDS that Lynn led from 1992-2004. Lynn describes how groups of people living with HIV/AIDS came together for a week of community-building and creating art in a rural pastoral setting in Maine. She also discusses the upcoming publication entitled “The Watershed Workshop for People with HIV/AIDS” which will commemorate this important arts project on the thirtieth anniversary of the workshop’s first session in 1991. Lynn Duryea Lynn Duryea is Professor Emerita of Art at Appalachian State University in Boone NC, Lynn Duryea was a studio artist working in Maine before earning a Master of Fine Arts from the University of Florida in 2002. She now works in Maine full-time, in South Portland and on Deer Isle. Lynn is a Founding Trustee of Watershed Center for the Ceramic Arts and was the Program Coordinator and Artist-in-Residence for The Watershed Workshop for People with HIV/AIDS. She is a co-founder of Sawyer Street Studios, an artist-owned ceramic facility in South Portland, Maine.

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90.9 WMPG FM


Portland, Maine


WMPG, OUT cast, LGBTQ Issues, HIV/AIDS, Watershed Workshop for People with HIV/AIDS


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OUT cast 10/11/2021