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Alexandria Evans

Community Advisor

Until recently, I considered my creativity to fall under the general occupational title of Graphic Designer. Then a business associate and friend, shined light on the broad work I do and gave me a new perspective. She credits my designs and marketing on having a large impact on the growing attention to her human rights organization. In knowing the roles I have embraced the past few years for specific businesses and other organizations, my now adopted mentor proposed I rebrand myself as a Social Change Graphics Artist.A simple definition for Social Graphic Design, is as AIGA puts it, design for good. I realized I am part of a growing movement of designers looking to use their skills for the greater good. For certain clients I take an active position in leadership where my skills as a designer, social media marketer, network administrator and event planner are all utilized in ongoing projects. For others, I'm called on to ignite and/or amplify a specific event, program or a cause that benefits communities and positive social change. I have a penchant for working with those who offer social opportunities thru art, culture, music, the great outdoors and healthy living. And I am particularly passionate about human rights causes. For me, its a thrill bringing people together to experience artistic expression and cultural diversity together. Overall, I view my work as inspiring others towards a healthier and more socially responsible lifestyle.A few current clients -Suffern Chamber of Commerce / Torne Valley Vineyards / Catholic Charities Community Services of RocklandOne of the larger ongoing projects -Explore Harriman: Adventure in the Trail Town CorridorWebsite launching January 2016 -Kreative Juice House / Inspired DesignContact: kreativejuicehouse@gmail.com

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  1. Enjoy Food, Crafts, Drafts At Suffern Street Fair

    Enjoy Food, Crafts, Drafts At Suffern Street Fair

    SUFFERN, N.Y. -- The Suffern Chamber of Commerce is hosting its September Crafts & Drafts Street Fair this Sunday.The spring version, in April, drew about 20,000 people, the chamber said. It featured 175 vendors, a beer and wine garden, live music and a Kidz Zone. The chamber posted a highlights reel on YouTube, and you can view the chamber's 212 photo's of the festivities here. ...

  2. Suffern Farmers' Market Celebrates 15th Anniversary

    Suffern Farmers' Market Celebrates 15th Anniversary

    SUFFERN, N.Y.- The Suffern Farmers' Market celebrated its fifteenth anniversary this past Saturday. The market can be found in downtown Suffern at Commuter Lot A every Saturday from 8:30 a.m. to 1 p.m., May through November. Vendors sell a large range of products including produce, handmade goods, and baked goods.

  3. Suffern MS Green Team Gives Back To Community

    Suffern MS Green Team Gives Back To Community

    SUFFERN, N.Y. - When the Suffern Middle School Green Team was formed back in 2010, their mission focused on making sure everyone was recycling.Next, they started composting food from the cafeteria rather than throwing it away. And then they came up with a use for the compost is now going to benefit people in the community.Around the back of the middle school is a 30-by-30 foot fenced in ...

  4. Suffern Pair Combine Photography, Travel In Business

    Suffern Pair Combine Photography, Travel In Business

    SUFFERN, N.Y. - Susan Magnano and Michael Malandra developed a friendship through their mutual passion for photography and travel. Now the pair are using their passions to share an experience and capture the perfect shot. PhoTour Adventures are half-day and full-day photography workshops that are open to photographers of all skill levels. Those participating pay a fee, meet Magnano and ...

  5. Suffern Farmers Market Celebrates 15 Years

    Suffern Farmers Market Celebrates 15 Years

    SUFFERN, N.Y. - Local officials will be on hand to celebrate 15 years of locally grown food being made available in Suffern. State Assemblywoman Ellen Jaffe, Mayor Ed Markunas, and County Legislator Alden Wolfe will join the farmers market's founders, the village Chamber of Commerce, and the Suffern Woman's Club for the 15th anniversary of the Suffern Farmers' Market on June ...

  6. Suffern Crew Teams Row Onto National Stage

    Suffern Crew Teams Row Onto National Stage

    SUFFERN, N.Y. – This weekend, the Suffern High School crew team will send two boats to the SRAA National Championship Regatta in Ohio for the first time.The team earned spots at the state championships two weeks ago, thanks to strong racing at the weather-shortened event held at Fish Lake in Saratoga Springs.Both the boys lightweight 4 team and boys senior 8 team earned berths.The ...

  7. Suffern Wild & Scenic Festival Features Inspirational Films

    Suffern Wild & Scenic Festival Features Inspirational Films

    SUFFERN, N.Y. -- Inspirational films for all ages are on tap for the third annual Wild & Scenic Film Festival on Wednesday, April 20, at Suffern Lafayette Theater.Hosted by ROSA4Rockland and Rivertown Films, the festival offers 12 short films and will include an intermission, raffles and door prizes.ROSA (Ramapo Organized for Sustainability and a Safe Aquifer) is a non profit ...

  8. Suffern's Lafayette Theatre Screens 'Gone With The Wind'

    Suffern's Lafayette Theatre Screens 'Gone With The Wind'

    SUFFERN, N.Y. -- The Lafayette Theatre will celebrate its 92nd anniversary with a screening of "Gone with the Wind" on Saturday, April 16. The screening is the first of the Robert Benmosche Family Film Festival at the Lafayette and begins at 11:30 a.m.Doors will open at 11 a.m., and a Wurlitzer pipe organ mini-concert preceding the film.Admission is $3 for adults, $2 for ...

  9. Suffern Gets Ready For Film Festival, Street Fair

    Suffern Gets Ready For Film Festival, Street Fair

    SUFFERN, N.Y. -- The Robert Benmosche Film Festival and the Greater Suffern Chamber of Commerce's 25th Anniversary Street Fair are coming to Suffern.The Robert Benmosche Film Festival begins at the Lafayette Theater with "Gone With the Wind" on Saturday, April 16. Click here for the full program.The Suffern Chamber's 25th Anniversary Street Fair takes place Sunday, April 17, ...

  10. All Souls Community Church Honors Local Artists With Expo

    All Souls Community Church Honors Local Artists With Expo

    RAMAPO, N.Y. -- All Souls Community Church will hold a community art expo on Friday, March 18. The expo will honor and display the work of 18 artists in the community, including three high school students and Suffern business owners, local teachers, retirees and professional artists. It will also feature live music. The event also will collect food for baskets to be given to local ...

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