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Shannon Halligan

Air Date: 
May 09, 2019

Working through emotions, traumas and everyday life is hard. Art can help. Shannon Halligan is a creative art therapist in Rochester, NY. who uses art to help a wide range of people.

Gaelynn Lea

Air Date: 
Jan 12, 2018

Gaelynn Lea's music is haunting. It's no wonder she won NPR Music's 2016 Tiny Desk Contest. She recently visited Nazareth College and we were there to capture her performance. Aired 1/12/18.

Adrian Esposito

Air Date: 
Feb 24, 2017

Local filmmaker, Adrian Esposito, may be young, but he has already made many films, often about social issues. Having Aspergers himself has made him passionate about telling stories about people with disabilities. His most recent film focuses on the portrayal of people with disabilities in Hollywood films. Take a look. 

Dayhab Without Walls

Air Date: 
Dec 09, 2016

Tonight, lets learn about the Cobblestone Arts and Education Center's Dayhab Without Walls program. They're dedicated to enriching the lives of people with disabilities by bringing them out into the community. Aired 12/9/16.

Music Therapy

Air Date: 
May 06, 2016

It may sound obvious, but music has a way of touching every one of us. Some of us may have a deep appreciation for the artistry in making music, others may appreciate it's ability to convey emotion and transport us to a different place. Well, music can also be used as a form of therapy and at the Hochstein School of Music there are some people who appreciate it for just that very reason. Aired 5/6/16

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