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Geena Matuson

Multimedia Storyteller

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Nationally-published journalist and storyteller with a focus on PR and profiles; media; technology; community and the arts. Content development, strategy and marketing with campaign management across print, digital, web, audio, video, and social. See more of my work @

Bridging the gap between artistry and business as a creative entrepreneur

I stood there waiting for the gallery owner to hand me the artist print I purchased at a show months prior. He turned and handed me the framed print, "Sorry it took so long. You know artists." I smiled, rolled my eyes and nodded as I took the print and walked out the door.

Post and Courier
Living Earth Show kicks off Music in Time series by challenging the status quo

The Living Earth Show, a duo of classically trained musicians, questions what classical music should be. Guitarist Travis Andrews and percussionist Andy Meyerson commission composers, then create unusual performances. "A lot of the folks we work with are blending media because they have been excluded from a variety of classical institutions on purpose," Meyerson said.

Central New York Magazine
Roji Tea Lounge celebrates 15 years with renovation and new venture

This May, Roji Tea Lounge celebrates its 15th anniversary with the completion of a long-planned renovation. The lounge has been a popular, relaxing escape from the urban bustle known for its delicious teas, exceptional service and local art exhibits. Now, Roji will be transformed into a space evocative of its Eastern-inspired roots, an homage to the culture of owner Christian VanLuven’s late wife Tomomi Yoshida.

The Stand
New Murals Greet South Side

Syracuse-based illustrator London Ladd is working to finalize two murals under the train trestle on the corner of South Salina and West Taylor streets in the city's South Side. The murals depict Frederick Douglass and Martin Luther King Jr. along with quotes from each, commemorating the men's Syracuse speeches in 1861 and 1961, respectively.

Hometown Weekly Newspapers
Medfield is side-by-side with Berklee World Strings - Hometown Weekly Newspapers

By Geena Matuson Hometown Weekly Staff For the first time in its history, Berklee World Strings performed a side-by-side concert with Medfield Strings Orchestra on Wednesday evening. This was, in fact, the first time Berklee World Strings had performed side-by-side with any middle or high school program, and it was truly sensational.

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