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This month we would like to highlight some of the tremendous work Bridgeport artists have been making in the community this summer!

Over free music making events were held across the state as part of annual global celebration. The Bridgeport Pride celebration was held on Thursday, July 19th.

Downtown Thursdays features local and area musicians. How about some art with your fresh food and vegetables? The graphic above is included in the rotation of images on the digital billboard on I near Webster Arena. Artists and cultural traditions demonstrate how resilience can be transformed into beauty, solve problems, pass down heritage and build community.

Bridgeport artists epitomize this. They are a cultural resource from diverse backgrounds, specializing in a variety of art forms. This billboard project reflects the creativity and potential that is rejuvenating Bridgeport. Billboard graphic design is an in-kind contribution from Hatch Thank you to all who made this event a success, joyous event day to celebrate community and music. Bridgeport joined the club, an international club, by the way, on Thursday, the day of the summer solstice, and noted in many places around the world as Make Music Day.

Studios are on the campus of the University of Bridgeport, CT. Dustin DeMilio is a multimedia artist. Born in Bridgeport, CT November 3, He has lived in Japan, England, Norway and spent many years traveling the world. He currently resides in Bridgeport, where he has a studio at Reads Artspace. I come from a creative family and have been involved in art and music my entire life.

My dad always made sure I had a camera when I was little and encouraged me to learn all the new technology. I got my first guitar when I was 3, first synthesizer at 7, and started writing my own compositions at an early age. I have performed on the East Coast and Overseas. His photography, digitally painted or straight up is as powerful as, love or lust at first sight.

His images have the elusive power to be utterly visceral and raw, while remaining starkly new. Besides visual art, I also compose electronic music and play multiple instruments. I create experimental video using custom built software that I have been developing for the past 12 years.

Using this program, I do large scale video installations on buildings and use it for live visuals for music and dance performances. I also enjoy painting, writing poetry and the culinary arts. Most of my work evolves organically, not always knowing the end result when I begin a new piece. When I create my digital paintings I usually begin with images of the city and architecture that I photograph in my community and then transform those images to reveal the dream realm.

More detail and depth. Further and further refining my skills. With the growth of technology and as I continue to mature as a human, change is the one constant I depend on.

As an ever-evolving artist I continue to develop my skills and develop new ways of understanding my surrounds and the universe. Can you tell me about your involvement in the Billboard Project and the piece you have on display? Why did you chose to submit that image? Why do you think the Billboard project is important? I was selected as the first artist to have their work displayed to represent the rebirth of Bridgeport. The billboard project is important because it will bring awareness to all the wonderful new things happening in Bridgeport that most people are not aware of and will help to promote the Bridgeport Art Trail.

Can you share about your involvement in Make Music Day Bridgeport? Why are you excited for this event? Can you provide additional information on the inspiration behind this new orchestra piece? The current political tension between North Korea and the USA actually goes back to the bitter Japanese occupation of the Korean peninsula and American military force during the Korean War.

For the past 65 years some families have been divided between North and South Korea without any communication. The Korean War has been forgotten for a long time in the USA until the recent news focused on North Korean nuclear weapons of mass destruction. I think no matter what had happened before we human must be conscious about the positive way to live together for a better world.

Music is always a spiritual art form that helps bring people together and has the potential momentum to override the political structures imposed on us. It is time to reconcile the past history and look for the peace on Korean peninsula and around the world. We all share one sky not the divided boundaries created by politics and war. No matter if you are standing on the North side or the South side of the Demilitarized Zone you will see the same sun, the same moon and the same clouds floating by.

A large group of musicians are gathering together for a reflection upon the Japanese occupation, the brutal American military force during the Korea War, and the dream of and potential for peace on the Korean peninsula.

Why is that important to you? In 21 st century the world is wide open, and we travel around the world so fast and all the time. We live with more diversity of food, news, culture, politics, economy, religions and people than any time in history. My ears are open. My eyes are open. So naturally I am trying to communicate with others in the global village through my music. I have been performing all the time with musicians around the world not only in the USA but as I travel to other countries and collaborate with local musicians.

I have worked with local musicians and artists in each country and oftentimes bring them to the USA for further collaborations and performances. As I get older my perception about the life keeps changing. I always have been interested in cosmology, celebration of diversity of the human races, and now environmental issues. All of this is part of life that I attempt to bring to my work.

My works challenges and reflects multicultural society and advanced art technology in American life. I created Digital Buddha contrasting both the neurotic intensity of American life with Asian meditative practice. My Ghost Komungobot is a reflection of new emerging aspects of American culture including robots, artificial intelligence, and explorations of multidimensional space in the universe.

These recordings may range from human noise, the timeless sonic landscapes of forests, living environments, and sudden sound shifts associated with weather disruptions created by hurricanes, snow storms, floods or other environmental causations related to global warming. What advice would you give to someone who is new to classical music and interested in experiencing it? Lean more about others, music from other countries.

Be Free, adventurous and experimental. I also over-saw the design and renovation of the Akus Gallery. Appointed as Executive Director of the Housatonic Museum of Art in Bridgeport in , I have organized over 80 exhibitions introducing audiences to works by Ansel Adams, Jenny Holzer, Rembrandt, Andy Warhol, as well as featuring the work of local and regional artists. Can you share a bit about the HMA collection and the unique experience of displaying artwork throughout the college?

The HMA has just completed another expansion creating an additional 30, square feet to Lafayette Hall. This area includes new ceramic, woodworking and print studios as well as drawing, painting, sculpture studios and graphic arts computer labs. The new addition and subsequent renovations throughout Lafayette Hall has necessitated the storage of all works that had been on public view.

Now that this construction and renovation is complete, we have the opportunity to reinstall the collection in way that showcases the works in a more organized and cohesive manner. Public areas around the campus will be dedicated to the display of African Art Collection, Native American Art, Asian Art or in thematic installations that revolve around a subject such as politics, portraiture, feminism, etc.

The Burt Chernow Galleries offer changing exhibitions every 6 to 8 weeks and provide a platform for education and conversation through the art. How do you think this impacts the students, faculty, and the community in regards to art accessibility? In terms of accessibility, the art is on view whenever the building is open.

Didactics and collateral material is produced for every show. Wall labels and brochures are produced to identify, explain and contextualize the work. In addition, we provide programming to deepen the understanding and engagement with the works on view. Comedian Lisa Lampanelli recently donated a number of works created by her late father, Leonard Lampugnale, completed when he was a student at HCC.

The display is now on view on second floor of the new studio arts wing. For example, is an Alum someone who receives a two-year degree? Or is it someone who graduates from our certificate programs?

Is it someone, like Leonard Lampugnale, who after a long and successful career at Sikorsky decides to pursue his passion for fine art later in life? HMA has hosted a robust calendar of exhibits. How is artwork selected and what can visitors expect next? Exhibitions are selected based on a variety of considerations including the significance of the art or artist s , the issues or ideas addressed by the work and if it fits within the mission of the college, which to educate our students by widening the understanding and appreciation of art and culture.

Are there any exhibits over the past few years that particularly stood out to you? I think every show that the HMA mounts is meaningful—and like children—they are all my favorites for very different reasons. Museums today are centers of community engagement. They are places where we can have an open dialogue about issues that affect global as well as local communities.

Some of the issues in that show happen on the other side of the world, while others take place right here in Bridgeport.

Having experts on campus to address the issues directly with the audience allowed for social, political and cultural engagement. Perhaps the conversation also stimulated action as many in the audience wanted to become involved with the advocacy groups represented on the panel. A great outcome, I think.

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