Members of the campus community are invited to share their talents to showcase creativity and keep the Oswego family connected.

Faculty, staff and students who play an instrument or sing, create art, write poetry, make films or engage in other creative activities can submit to the Campus Creatives initiative and potentially see their work show up in social media, Oswego Today, Notes from Home, and other avenues.

Launched by Artswego and partnering with the Office of Communications and Marketing, the initiative aims to show what an exciting and creative community exists among SUNY Oswego faculty, staff and students, even from afar.

Participants are invited to email a video or still images of themselves being creative or of their creative work (such as Amy Bartell's "Nothing Gold Can Stay," pictured) for a chance to have it featured on one of the college's social media sites, in the Oswego Today e-newsletter and on other campus platforms. Short videos will be considered for the new Notes From Home feature in Oswego Today. People also can post their creative work on social media with the #TogetherOz hashtag.

Videos can be shot horizontally on a phone and can be any length. Longer submissions may be edited down for social media. Submitters also should be mindful of copyrighted material. 

The project also marks a fruitful way to stay connected, and remind everybody what a special community Oswego has -- as we are all #TogetherOz.

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