SkypeOnArt/SkypeOnSustainability – Spring 2017


Rutgers–Camden will become the central hub for interactive, online conversations with nationally and internationally renowned artists, as it presents “SkypeOnArt/SkypeOnSustainability” this spring.  This semester’s lineup includes discussions about sustainability as it relates to eco art, public art, community art, and Camden, NJ. The talks give members of the Rutgers–Camden community an unparalleled opportunity to talk intimately with some of the world’s most innovative art makers. Artists who are luminaries in their fields share with us images or video shorts of their work and answer questions. The great thing about the SkypeOnArt lecture series is that the audience really gets an opportunity to direct the discussion.

All talks will take place in the Digital Studies Lab, Fine Arts Building Room 215.

Everyone is invited! Feel free to bring your lunch!

All talks are free and open to the public.

April 5th  – Jonathan Latko – 9:00AM

Armed with an MBA from Fox School of Business, Jonathan Latko looks for innovative ways to save the University money that also contribute to the reduction of Temple’s carbon footprint. Under his leadership, the CRC has been recognized as a national model and was most recently named a “Model of Efficiency” by University Business magazine. Since 2005, the CRC has refurbished nearly 12,000 computers, 11,000 monitors, and 5,800 printers, saving Temple about $300,000 and an estimated 2,600 metric tons of carbon equivalents from entering the atmosphere.

Date & Time
April 5, 2017
9:00 am-10:00 am

Fine Arts Complex
314 Linden St.
Camden, NJ

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