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Thank You Wednesday with ArtsEarth in 2020

Thank You Wednesday

THANK YOU: A sincere thank you to ALL who donated to ArtsEarth yesterday (12-01), and we made our goal for 2021!

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GivingTuesday for ArtsEarth Today!

2020 GivingTuesday

FUNDRAISER: Want to join me in supporting a good cause? I'm raising money for ArtsEarth and your contribution will make an impact!

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ArtsEarth Celebrates GivingTuesday

2020 GivingTuesday

FUNDRASIER: ArtsEarth celebrates GivingTuesday by promoting the arts worldwide, joining millions around the world participating in the global generosity movement on Tuesday, December 1, 2020.

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David Byrne: Good News and Sleeping Beauties in Review by Greg Cutler

David Byrne

ARTICLE | Each Long Now Foundation Seminar is a unique, one of a kind performance. The talks are never repeated. They can only be experienced fully in-person. They are live events. The world needs more live events.

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Counting Words: Open Mic Spoken Word Night in Review by Khatija Hussain

Counting Words

Article by Khatija Hussain Counting Words hosted its first official open mic night event for spoken word on the 13 September at Black Sheep Coffee, a small chain coffee shop in Euston, London. The crisp summer evening was perfect for this spoken word night. I found it hard to find at first as the coffee shop …

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Free Shakespeare in the Park in Review by Natalie Wiser

William Shakespeare: A Midsummer Night's Dream

Article by Natalie Wiser Be sure not to miss a free dose of culture this summer with Free Shakespeare in the Park – A Midsummer Night’s Dream. Enjoy the outdoors of the Presido with your family and friends while seeing this classic tale, free of charge! For the rest of the summer, the San Francisco …

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Iron Fist – Packs No Punches

article by Connor Behrens for ArtsEarth Marvel’s latest Netflix show, “Iron Fist,” is a supernatural martial arts series that features Finn Jones as a man with superhuman abilities. “Iron Fist” tells the story of Danny Rand as he resurfaces to New York City after being absent from society and the spotlight for 15 years, aiming to …

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Beauty & the Beast – Mostly Captures Awe of Animated Classic

article by Connor Behrens for ArtsEarth Release Date: March 17, 2017 (USA) Director Bill Condon’s latest film is a romantic fantasy musical film based on the 1991 animated classic, “Beauty and the Beast.” “Beauty and the Beast” retells the classic story of Belle, an insightful, intelligent and strong young woman who is captured by the monstrous …

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ARTICLE: David Leikam / zBug – Splitting Glass / Twilight Sunrise

Artist: David Leikam/zBug Album: Splitting Glass / Twilight Sunrise Genre: Industrial Jazz / Electronic / Avant-Garde Review by Tyran Grillo for AllAboutJazz The sacred geometry of zBug is no small thing. So enormous, in fact, that it’s invisible. It’s in service of just such a contradiction—which really isn’t one—that the band pushes sound-walls to the very edges of the third …

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INTERVIEW: Robert Rich – RBMA Tokyo 2014 Lecture

This San Francisco Bay Area ambient pioneer [Robert Rich] began building his own synthesizer at the age of 13 – around the same time he became interested in avant-garde and minimal composition. By the time he got to college at Stanford (around 1981), he began organizing “sleep concerts,” playing abstract drones and soundscapes to influence …

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