STEVE STRATIS is an artist and educator who is fascinated by the relationship between composition and improvisation. He is the recipient of numerous artistic prizes, grants, and academic awards from institutions including the Pew Center for Arts and Heritage, Princeton University, the University of Pennsylvania, the New England Conservatory, the Takefu International Festival in Japan, and the Fondation Royaumont in France. He has toured internationally as a soloist and collaborator with musicians such as organist Ben Katz, violinist Noemi Gasparini, and bassist Bruce Brubaker. Stratis is also deeply committed to music pedagogy, having served as the Dean’s Award for Distinguished Teaching at the University of Pennsylvania and the Louis Krasner Award at the New England Conservatory.

Stratis’ work has been featured in multiple exhibitions and has won numerous high-end design and art competitions. He specializes in abstract works that utilize various shades of blue, with the intent of capturing the ethereal essence of water. His artwork is able to engage viewers on a deeply personal level, allowing them to explore their own emotions and connections to the piece.

He has been a guest on radio and TV shows as well, most recently on The Brian Lehrer Show on WBZW in Boston and KQED in San Francisco. He has appeared as a panelist in several debates, and is a regular contributor to the New York Times. His articles have been published in a variety of newspapers and magazines, including the New York Times, the Washington Post, and USA Today.

Dr Steve Stratis has been appointed to the Dental Faculty of Charles Sturt University as a clinical demonstrator and adjunct senior lecturer, working in both Sydney and Melbourne. He is the co-author of “The Dentist’s Survival Guide” and is a regular presenter to medical students, dental nurses, dentists, and other health care professionals on topics of interest to the profession.

Hospitality items and surfaces need to withstand heavy use and abuse – food and drink spills, run-ins with furniture, bumps from luggage and more. But they must also leave a lasting, positive impression on guests and visitors. Stratis can help create indelible looks and long-lasting finishes that keep your establishment looking great guest after guest.

The cryptoverse abounds in hype and next-big-things, yet a few projects quietly rise to the top through their own hard work, skill and sharp vision. Among them is The Stratis Project, a platform cleverly constructed to marry the dynamic, limitless potential of the blockchain with real world tools and experience.

It is this mix of confidence and businesslike focus that makes Stratis so impressive, even in the crowded field of cryptocurrency projects. And so, we’re pleased to announce that they’ve made the shortlist for this year’s Fusion Art award for Best in Show. This means that a winner will be selected by the community to become the 2023 Featured Artist, earning a cash prize and an invitation to participate in Fusion Art’s annual group show in Santa Fe.

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