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Sound Bites: End of the Line
Brunswick, ME
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Sound Bites: End of the Line
A collaboration between the Salt Institute for Documentary studies at MECA, The Corner storytelling series in Lewiston, and Frontier, Sound Bites is a new kind of storytelling series. With a dedicated theme tying each installment together, the night will feature regional Moth StorySlam Champions, locals sharing true tales, and audio and media pulled from the 43 years of Maine history in the Salt Archives. The fourth installment, End of the Line, will feature the talents of Moth MainStage and GrandSlam champion Shannon Cason; transgender funnyman, actor, comedian & writer Ian Harvie; photographer, writer and comedian Smith Galtney; Salt alumna and Salt Consulting Director Donna Galluzzo, and Adriana Salerno.

Shannon Cason has shared his stories all over the country. Shannon is a host, MainStage storyteller and GrandSlam champion with The Moth. He is a regular on RISK!, Snap Judgment, and many other radio podcasts. Shannon also hosts his own storytelling podcast with WBEZ Chicago called Shannon Casons Homemade Stories. He is also the chief educator for the Brutally Honest Storytelling workshop series. Shannon is a husband, father, and is originally from Detroit. Find him at shannoncason.com

Ian Harvie is a native Mainer, comic, actor, and writer living in Los Angeles. You may have seen him on Emmy and Golden Globe Award winning TV series TRANSPARENT on Amazon, MISTRESSES on ABC, YOUNG AND HUNGRY on Freeform, or THE NIGHTLY SHOW on Comedy Central.

Smith Galtney is a photographer, writer and comedian. Hes a recent graduate of the General Studies program at the International Center of Photography. He also studied photography at the Salt Institute for Documentary Studies in Portland, Maine. In the fall of 2014, he was commissioned by the Frannie Peabody Center to create SeeingME: Profiles of Resilience, a series of portraits highlighting the diverse individuals who represent the AIDS/HIV community in Maine. His ongoing project, Being Boring, is an autobiographical body of work that portrays gay marriage for what it is - enormous in a historical sense, yet average and unremarkable in the day-to-day. An entertainment journalist for more than 20 years, Smith has written for The New York Times, GQ, Rolling Stone, Time Out New York, The Village Voice, Out and O: The Oprah Magazine, as well as NPR, VH1 and Fuse. Hes currently the author of "Cultural Attachment," a bimonthly column on pop culture for Las Vegas Weekly. He was also a finalist in Portlands Funniest Professional contest at the Comedy Connection back in 2012. Smith lives in Raymond, Maine, with his partner John and an English bulldog named Kate.

Donna Galluzzo began a 30-year career in education as a third grade teacher in the South Bronx, NYC. Shes lived in New York, Washington, DC, Toronto, Canada and gratefully- Maine. Her extremely entertaining parents live in Fort Lauderdale, FL. In December of 2012 she and her wife were one of the first couples to legally marry in the state of Maine. She wooed her spouse with a shared love of iceberg lettuce and her delicious chicken marsala. They currently live in Portlands West End with their adorable goldendoodle, Teddy.

Adriana Salerno is originally from Caracas, Venezuela, where she received her undergraduate degree in mathematics from the Universidad Simon Bolivar in 2001. She received her Ph.D. in Mathematics at the University of Texas in 2009. She joined Bates College in 2009, and received tenure in 2015. Her research interests are number theory, arithmetic geometry, and computational number theory, and she is also interested in communicating mathematics to the general public and is developing student-centered classrooms and increasing participation of women and other underrepresented groups in mathematics and STEM. In the summer of 2007, Adriana was the AMS-AAAS Mass Media Fellow. She worked at the Voice of America for ten weeks under the sponsorship of the AMS and filed several stories about mathematics. Adriana has continued writing about math, and created the blog Ph.D. plus epsilon, contributes to MAA Focus, the AWM Newsletter, and the AMS Joint Mathematics Meetings blog.

Sound Bites is made possible by generous contributions from Allagash Brewing Company and Toad & Co.

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14 Maine Street
Brunswick, ME 04011
United States



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