The Morning Interview

Island Institute’s Sitka Fellows Program

Collage by Bene Rohlmann

Collage by Bene Rohlmann

Sitka Fellow Bene Rollman and program facilitator Ben Seretan visit the KCAW studio to discuss the Island Institute’s Sitka Fellows Program, a seven-week residency on the Sheldon Jackson Campus for thinkers, builders and visionaries under 30.  Rollman is an illustrator based in Berlin, and talks about his artistic influences and what attendees to his Wednesday evening (Aug. 6, 8 p.m. in the Yaw Chapel) collage workshop can expect.


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