Artists and Community Activists Support the Glenwood Arts Show in Sea Cliff

In support of whole foods and local farms, Glenwood Arts hosts an art show to encourage community partnership.

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By Video Journalist Stephanie Stern

Glenwood Arts and Sustainable Sea Cliff Cooperative has a gala to support their mission to provide affordable regionally-produced food.

Featured Interviews:
Amy Peters, Sustainable Sea Cliff Cooperative
Greg Sturge, Founder, Glenwood Arts
Esther Marie Chagaris, Curator, Glenwood Arts Show
Jordan Walker, Robert Calame, Dasha Bazanova & Brandon Morris, MFA Students, Long Island University
Joan Harrison, Art Professor, Long Island University

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