July 18-29, the Staller Center's Paul W. Zuccaire Gallery invites you to experience "Rolling Point", an interactive video installation.
Created by dancer Emily Beattie and media artist Eric Gunther, "Rolling Point" includes multiple large projections to create an immersive environment. Visitors can move and interact with the motions of a dancer projected onto the walls of the Gallery. Be sure to stop by the gallery and become a part of this interactive exhibition.
The exhibition is open afternoons and evenings of the Stony Brook Film Festival through July 29th. Visit our website at zuccairegallery.stonybrook.edu to learn about our extended hours.
Or follow the Gallery on Twitter, Instagram, Snapchat and Facebook at ZuccaireGallery.
The Paul W. Zuccaire Gallery is located on the first floor of the Staller Center for the Arts.
Admission is free.
by Gary Jason | Posted July 14, 2017
"Socialists always run out of other people’s money. It’s quite characteristic of them." -- Baroness Thatcher
The Right to Be Let Alone
by Bruce Fein | Posted July 04, 2017
It is the best of times for government snooping and surveillance.
It is the worst of times for privacy and the Fourth Amendment.
The surveillance state should be dismantled, and the right to be let alone should be restored as the glory of the Republic.
This paper explains why and how.
Libertarian Party gaining ground as primary parties lose support
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