Liz Longo is a writer, artist, creator of short films and performer.
Interviewed on Canada Radio, WNTR -We take No Request Radio and A Cup of Coffee and A Good Book, Liz’s point of view is progressive and forward in thinking, seeing humanities greater moments as a catalyst and motivation to tackle what needs to be done – together, to implement healthy changes in our communities.
A Bird and Its Albatross
Liz Longo branched off to paint and pen a tale of a bird with angst, A Bird and Its Albatross. As cockatiels tends to drive native Australians bats, this one its right into the fold. The tale taps on resolution and moving forward, very important concepts for our times.
The Mind Eye Series
A series in celebration of humanity’s greater “healthy” inner vision. The series places a focus on a cluster of building blocks that are apart of our global environment, and how we create such often with good mental health and positive organized thinking. Birds fly, so do our thoughts; fly in the direction of positive thinking. The goal here is people empowering people for good healthy change, or renewal.
Art Insight with Andrew Guidone
In working on Arts Insight with Andrew Guidone, Liz is a part of bringing emerging and established artists to viewers of cable television, Youtube and clips featured on its official website. Recent guests: Street Poets NYC, founded by Hrsh Reyalitee, and singer songwriter Trisha Ivy.
BWAC – The Brooklyn Waterfront Artists Coalition
BWAC‘s mantra is “Support Living Artists” and it does. With its spring, summer and fall exhibitions, juried exhibitions, classes and camaraderie with members, members have plenty of resources in the mix in addition to great exposure. You can support living artist by adding their work to your present collection.
Art of the Mind
A short film featuring Liz Longo as artist model for Audry Anastasi, accompanied by sung narrative from an essay of the same title.
On Positive Thinking
It beats the alternative by a far and wide mile. Positive thinking these day is not easy, recession depression is out there dangling between headlines. Being a part of progressive change by increasing positive thinking, you can gain a very healthy sense of forward momentum. Efforts of progressive people, organizations as well, are key to a stronger healthier global environment all around. Ode to that!
Serendipity Media Press
Gina Meyers founded Serendipity Media Press to bring to the market cookbooks, memoirs, fiction and work of emerging authors. How Liz met Gina? While noshing in the California kitchen of former NYC Parks Department Horitculturist/current FresnoCA landscape designer, Sarah Avena figured her Brooklyn pal writer should meet Fresno pal writer. The cockatiel the book was based on, “Funny”, digs leafy greens and veggies.