Non-profit galleries

Rebuild better (and stronger) with bamboo

It is said that Nepalese culture demands bamboo from birth to death and everything in between. We use bamboo as scaffolding material, as food, for music, for carrying things and for writing. Nepal has more than 80 species of bamboo. In fact, for only 0.1% of the earth’s land area, …

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Pianist Carolyn Enger to perform at BBPAC

The Black Box Performing Arts Center invites you to a live music concert featuring acclaimed local pianist Carolyn Enger on Sunday, September 19 at 4 p.m. Collaborating with Peabody Award-winning broadcaster, producer and director Elliott Forrest (WQXR), photographer and filmmaker Myles Aronowitz, and internationally exhibited photographer and environmental activist J …

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Georgia Aquarium to Reduce Emissions Footprint with Greener Life® for Georgia Natural Gas Companies

Greener Life for Business demonstrates how GNG can play an important role in helping commercial and industrial customers offset emissions while maintaining day-to-day operations. Through this program, companies can significantly reduce their emissions footprint without the complications associated with building new infrastructure or replacing equipment. “We are delighted to partner …

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Mid-July Events in Mother Lode

Bring plenty of water if you are visiting or going out for the many upcoming local events, as temperatures will remain very hot next week. the The Tuolumne Library Summer Reading Program continues at the Sonora Main Library and other branches as shown here. Tonight, Thursday July 15th is the …

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Alex Harsley has spent half a century defending other photographers. Today, at the age of 83, the eyes of the art world have finally turned to him.

Alex Harsley’s new exhibition, an investigation into his six-decade-plus photography career at Brooklyn’s Pioneer Works, is a big deal. In terms of reach, this is probably the biggest of his life. And yet, the octogenarian artist does not exactly make a lap of honor. “I’ve gone way beyond that stuff,” …

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Local artists named winners of Michigan Fine Arts Competition, exhibition until August 19 • Oakland County Times

Local artists named winners of Michigan Fine Arts Competition, exhibition until August 19 Local artists named winners of Michigan Fine Arts Competition, exhibition until August 19 (BBAC, July 11, 2021) Birmingham, Michigan – Birmingham Bloomfield Art Center (BBAC), a regional non-profit art center committed to promoting visual arts experiences for …

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Scienjoy announces strategic partnership to create NFTs and live broadcasts for young artists around the world

BEIJING, July 7, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Scienjoy Holding Corporation (“Scienjoy”, the “Company”) (NASDAQ: SJ), a leading mobile live entertainment streaming platform in China, today announced that it has entered into a strategic partnership with the Global Friendship Exchange Foundation (“GFE Foundation”), a US-based non-profit organization dedicated to supporting …

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Obituary: Tetlow Parham Park | Boca Beacon

Tetlow Parham Park of Ithaca, NY passed away suddenly at her home on Thursday, May 20, 2021 in the presence of her 59-year-old husband and two beloved dogs. Tetlow was born Elizabeth Tetlow Parham, known to everyone as Tet because her mother never called her Elizabeth. Tetlow said she never …

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Webb-Deane-Stevens Museum: Cynthia Riccio promoted to Associate Director and Director of Visitor Engagement at the Webb-Deane-Stevens Museum

2021-07-02 Wethersfield, Connecticut (April 29, 2021) – The Webb-Deane-Stevens Museum appointed Cynthia Joseph Riccio Associate Director and Director of Visitor Engagement in recognition of her accomplishments and expanded responsibilities. The Webb-Deane-Stevens Museum is owned by the National Society of The Colonial Dames of America in the state of Connecticut. “Cindy’s …

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The power of partnership

Australia is the continent with the highest rate of mammal extinction in the world. A total of 10 percent of the original species have become extinct since Europeans first arrived on the southern continent at the end of the 18th century. There are a number of reasons why this is …

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Contemporary artist Nak Noy shines

Cambodia’s contemporary art scene is flourishing with the growing presence of a legion of talented artists – some of them self-taught and having braved years of struggling to gain recognition for their work. One of these emerging artists – Nak Noy – started out with only a pencil and a …

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