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New Media Exhibition in Yonkers

Students present their work at PC4 during Yonkers Arts Weekend.

New Media students in Professor Brooke Singer’s course, Photography Expanded, have been working from Purchase College Center for Community and Culture (PC4) and collaborating throughout the semester with Yonkers organizations such as Community Voices Heard, The Center for the Urban River at Beczak, and Groundwork, among others.

They have been researching issues that shape Yonkers, and all cities: affordability, homelessness, sustainability and change.

The students will present their culminating art works in the exhibition A Dwelling Place at PC4 on May 6 from 12–4pm during Yonkers Arts Weekend.

Projects include video, virtual reality, interactive installations and photo essays.

Artist and Assistant Professor of New Media at Purchase, Victoria Estok, will join the class to lead a microradio broadcast experiment. 

Exhibiting Artists

Sabrina Balducci, Andrea Cholulu, Victoria Estok, Elijah James, Mary Mutino, Julia Rose, Aidan Sabert and Christian Schlicht

Learn more about Yonkers Arts Weekend here.


PC4 is a 4,000-square-foot multi-use cultural space in downtown Yonkers, created for community engagement with a mission to drive social impact and relevance centering on how artists, designers, scholars, students, and local organizations can act as agents of urban recovery, cultural development, and community empowerment.