Travis Basso, Concordia College archivist, has been appointed as Director of the Sluberski Film Series. Travis, a Concordia New York Alum, is currently a librarian and archivist at Concordia. As an undergraduate he studied literature, writing, and visual arts. Since graduating, he has worked on numerous video productions in New York City, hosted an online radio show, and performed original music at venues around New York.
Basso is pursuing a degree in Digital Media through Concordia New York. His work as the college’s archivist has enabled new forms of expression for his passions in media and storytelling. Travis hopes to explore these passions and his studies with the Concordia community through the Sluberski Film Series.
“It is a great honor to be offered this opportunity to nurture and grow the Sluberski Film Series. We are only beginning to see the potential of the Film Series as a vehicle to experience and examine the complexities of our world and human nature. I look forward to working with Tom Sluberski and the Concordia community as we shape and guide the Film Series together.”, added Travis.
More than just a movie screening, the Sluberski Film Series events offers our community the opportunity to experience cinema—from Hollywood to Bollywood, independent films to blockbusters—and engage with the noted filmmakers who created them. This series is made possible by a generous donation from Dr. Thomas Sluberski, a former Concordia professor and Concordia College Servant of Christ Award recipient.