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| occupation = [[NAICS/54|Attorney]]
 
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| contact = [[Address:=325 Eighth Street]]<br>Brooklyn,[[State_Code:=NY]]&nbsp; [[Country_Code:=US]]&nbsp; [[Zip:=11215]]-[[Plus4:=3313]]<br>[[Phone:=718.788.6696]]<br>[[Web:=www.roshuklaw.com|[http://www.roshuklaw.com www.roshuklaw.com]]]<br>[[Email:=atr@alumni.princeton.edu
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| contact = [[Address:=325 Eighth Street]]<br>Brooklyn,[[State_Code:=NY]]&nbsp; [[Country_Code:=US]]&nbsp; [[Zip:=11215]]-[[Plus4:=3313]]<br>[[Phone:=718.788.6696]]<br>[[Web:=www.roshuklaw.com|[http://www.roshuklaw.com www.roshuklaw.com]]]<br>[[Email:=atr@alumni.princeton.edu|[mailto:atr@alumni.princeton.edu Email]]] [[Blog:=alexroshuk.com|[http://alexroshuk.com|http://alexroshuk.com]]]
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He is also a film maker, video artist, radio announcer and blogger. He has received grants from the National Endowment for the Arts, the Canada Council and the Québec Ministry of Cultural Affairs. His film and video work has been shown in North America, Japan and Europe in galleries, festivals and on television. His video art is in the collections of the Anthology Film Archives in New York City, Institute for Contemporary Art in London, Le Vidéographe in Montréal and V-Tape in Toronto, among others. He has taught at the New York Center for the Media Arts, at SUNY Purchase (with John Hanhardt) and was a member of the Consultative Committee to the Canadian government in 1991-92.
 
He is also a film maker, video artist, radio announcer and blogger. He has received grants from the National Endowment for the Arts, the Canada Council and the Québec Ministry of Cultural Affairs. His film and video work has been shown in North America, Japan and Europe in galleries, festivals and on television. His video art is in the collections of the Anthology Film Archives in New York City, Institute for Contemporary Art in London, Le Vidéographe in Montréal and V-Tape in Toronto, among others. He has taught at the New York Center for the Media Arts, at SUNY Purchase (with John Hanhardt) and was a member of the Consultative Committee to the Canadian government in 1991-92.
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In 1983 he was one of the co-founders -- with Richard Feist -- of the http://www.standby.org Stand-By Program] for video artists in New York City giving them access to state-of-the-art hi-band video editing and digital effects systems. In 2003, he again became a board member of the Stand-By Program. He has worked as an arts administrator and served on the board of directors of a variety of artist-run organizations in the United States and Canada such as the 185 Nassau St. Corporation (New York), the Harmonic Arts Society (New York), the International Network for the Arts (New York), the Media Alliance (New York), The Canadian Independent Film Caucus, the Alliance of Independent Film and Video (Canada), Main Film (Montréal), Playwrights’ Workshop Montréal, CKUT-FM (Montréal) and Le Vidéographe (Montréal). For his extensive volunteer work in Canada and the United States he is an armiger by grant of the Canadian Crown.
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[[Image:Canadian-arms.png|100 px|left|Arms of Alex Roshuk]]  In 1983 he was one of the co-founders -- with Richard Feist -- of the [http://www.standby.org Stand-By Program] for video artists in New York City giving them access to state-of-the-art hi-band video editing and digital effects systems. In 2003, he again became a board member of the Stand-By Program. He has worked as an arts administrator and served on the board of directors of a variety of artist-run organizations in the United States and Canada such as the 185 Nassau St. Corporation (New York), the Harmonic Arts Society (New York), the International Network for the Arts (New York), the Media Alliance (New York), The Canadian Independent Film Caucus, the Alliance of Independent Film and Video (Canada), Main Film (Montréal), Playwrights’ Workshop Montréal, CKUT-FM (Montréal) and Le Vidéographe (Montréal). For his extensive volunteer work in Canada and the United States he is an armiger by grant of the Canadian Crown.
    
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