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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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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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Carlos Rólon’s Classic Tracks: Migrating Rhythms in Review by Miranda Caravalho

Carlos Rolón

Article by Miranda Caravalho Movimiento de Arte y Cultura Latino Americana – MACLA is a squat building on the tail end of the SOFA District in San Jose that’s painted in shades of steel grey and fluorescent pink. In the first half of the building you’d find the headquarters for MACLA’s programs, from which over 30,000 children, families …

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After the Storm in Review by Khatija Hussain

After the Storm Banner

Article by Khatija Hussain | Photos by Jessie Hammans After the Storm is written by Ademola Adeniji and directed by Sally Barnard, the show was held at Willesden Green Library Performance Space from Friday-Sunday, 5-7 October. After the war, the hardworking men and women in England return to work and try to live normally but with the aftermath …

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Gary Numan and Nightmare Air Live in Review by Jon Bauer

Gary Numan

Article by Jon Bauer In a castle in the San Fernando Valley lies the lair of music icon Gary Numan. Outside is an enormous statue of a dragon, inside a St. Bernard (almost as large) greets you on arrival. He’s a new addition to the family – a rescue pup, and huge. The lord of this …

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Live On The Green in Review by Jordan Miller

The Wild Feathers

Article by Jordan Miller Every year, beginning in the month of August, Nashville’s very own independent radio station, Lightning 100 (100.1 FM), pulls together local vendors and musical acts of all sorts to put on one of the best shows you can experience in the area for free. The festival is called, Live On The Green (LOTG) rightfully …

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Jagiellonian Fair in Lublin, Poland – A Meeting with Tradition in Review by Małgorzata Stanek

Jagiellonian Fair

Article by Małgorzata Stanek Imagine spending a sunny August afternoon in the streets of a charming Old Town filled with colourful stalls, the hustle of bustle of various languages (Polish, Ukrainian, Belarusian, Hungarian, Lithuanian, Slovak) and traditional music. This is what happens in mid-August in Lublin, Poland. Lublin is a charming city in eastern Poland that …

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True Journey is Return in Review by Miranda Caravalho

Dinh Q. Lê

Article by Miranda Caravalho Imagine this: you and your friends are walking through the farmland of North Vietnam. It’s a warm Summer day, the type that makes that air hot and thick. Then you hear it – the familiar guttural stutter of blades cutting against air, and the new and angry wind that has cut …

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Queen’s House, Greenwich, London in Review by Khatija Hussain

Queen’s House

Article by Khatija Hussain The Queen’s House is one of London’s most historic buildings and one of the only few remaining in Greenwich, London. This beautifully creamed stone paved palace brings the rich history of the lineage of the royals and how the monarchy was passed onto the Queen today. Some visitors have reported of a …

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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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