ASU Project Humanities Hosts Second Annual Cultural Appropriation Symposium for High School Students

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  From Our FREIND Neal A. Lester, PhD, Founding Director of Project Humanities, Foundation Professor of English, Arizona State University Please share this announcement with your respective colleagues and with your most engaged and curious high school juniors and seniors. This is a very necessary and timely critical conversation. From Iggy Azalea, Macklemore, and hip hop to Indigenous mascots, blackface, and hairstyles, we’ll … Read More

SOUTH PACIFIC TO PLAY NORTHLAND PERFORMANCEARTS CENTER

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THIS PROJECT HAS BEEN SELECTED TO BE PART OF GCAC’S POWER2GIVE CAMPAIGN WHICH DOUBLES YOUR DONATION IN SUPPORT OF THIS POWERFUL PLAY AND PHOTOGRAPHIC RETROSPECTIVE.  OUR OWN CABOT REA IS STARRING THIS THIS PRODUCTION TOO! :   The Northland Performing Arts Center (NPAC) is presenting South Pacific (starring Cabot Rea), produced in conjunction with Vaud-Villities and Imagine Productions.  Prior to every performance, … Read More

JAMMING SUMMER JAM

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Summer Jam and Puffin Foundation West would like to invite you to two very important events surrounding The Fantastic Food Garden mural.   First, artist Danielle Poling, will be giving the children a chance to become a permanent part of the mural by placing their painted hands on the petals of the flowers.  We believe in giving ownership of the … Read More

2016 HOT TIMES TRIBUTE AND TRANSIT ARTS TO COLLABORATE

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We are so excited to announce this year’s Tribute  to Attorney Kate Schulte will add a performance where the young artists of TRANSIT ARTS will collaborate with some of the world’s greatest jazz musicians including Kidd Jordan longtime New Orleans jazz saxophonist and educator,   The Kate Schulte Foundation named in honor of the late civil rights attorney and activist, “is dedicated to … Read More

COME TO THE GATEWAY

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Tomorrow Night at the Gateway Film Center the Opening Night of Book to Film a favorite sponsorship of PFW. This idea was originated by president of the Gateway Film Center, Mr. Chris Hamel, and Mr. Gregg Dodd of Columbus Metropolitan Library. It is a summer long program that we have written about before and is on our website www.puffinwest.org. There … Read More

junk data? NO! JUNK DADA

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Noah Purifoy: Junk Dada Wexner Center for the Arts Sat, Jan 30, 2016–Sun, Apr 10, 2016 The Ohio State University 1871 North High Street Columbus, OH 43210-1393 (614) 292-3535 “My primary concern is others getting into the act of doing something creative. Art is a tool to be used to discover the creative self.”—Noah Purifoy (1971) Encounter the fascinating work … Read More

GUIDESTAR

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Congratulations on achieving a Gold level profile with GuideStar. This is a testament to your organization’s commitment to data transparency. By keeping your profile up-to-date with GuideStar, you are ensuring that timely and accurate information about your nonprofit reaches the 7+ million annual visitors to GuideStar, and millions of other viewers reached through GuideStar’s network of donation providers, search engines, … Read More

AT THE WEX: ART & ENVIRONMENT INTERVENTIONS

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    STUDENTS RESPOND TO THE ENVIRONMENT Come see some of the freshest—and greenest—artwork around, and support the creation of a new student project! Since August, high school students from all over central Ohio have been exploring art and environmental issues as part of the Wexner Center’s annual Art & Environment class. The Interventions exhibition is their chance to present … Read More

HELP KIDS ALL OVER OHIO PICTURE PEACE

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Right now, you can give to Picture Peace and have your donation matched dollar for dollar. Gun violence disproportionately disproportionately impacts young people, including here in Ohio. Because of the violent culture that surrounds them, many of our youth have difficulty envisioning a path in life that does not include violence, and we lose so many of them too soon. … Read More