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Breaking Through Creative Blocks

Discover ways to cope with and break through creative blocks with panelists Eric Donnelly, Gerald Moore, and Kelly Rossetti.

Eric Donnelly has been a professional performing and teaching musician for the past twenty years. As a co-founder and lead guitarist for The Alternate Routes, Eric has performed all over the world, and his music has been used in the 2014 Winter Olympics, A TOMS Shoes ad campaign, and NCIS.  As a songwriter, Eric was invited to the Obama White House in 2016 for his song Somewhere in America, as part of the Concert Across America to End Gun Violence.

Gerald Moore is an artist, educator and activist born and raised in Bridgeport. His work focuses on “play” as a primary source of the creative process . With this as the presenting idea, his work ranges from figurative sculpture and conceptual installations, to product design and community development projects.

Kelly Rossetti is a contemporary abstract and figurative painter working out of her studio in Bridgeport, CT.  While primarily self-taught, she studied classical oil painting at a small Atelier in NYC where she credits getting her foundation and love of the figure.  Kelly works in both Acrylic and Oil and often utilizes an array of mixed media to achieve depth, texture and marks.

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