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Arts & Cultural, NH Charitable Foundation's 50th Anniversary Event
 
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In 1980, the Piscataqua region was a different place. It's raw character and low rents were a haven for artists. But by 2000, the region was no longer affordable for them. With studio rents rising, a group of committed citizens worked in partnership with the NH Charitable Foundation to preserve the importance of art and artists. The Artist Advancement Grant was announced in 2002. The grant, which provides meaningful substantive support, helps artists advance their work and career, and mutually benefits individual artists and the region as a whole.
Views: 27 Heartwoodmedia
Charitable Arts Foundation Bahamas, Grant Recipients
 
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A series of interviews with artists, musicians, film makers, dancers and others who have received grants from the CAF in the Bahamas.
The Unbridled Charitable Foundation Inc. National Arts Advocate Award: Tim Daly
 
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Tim Daly is an American actor and producer from New York City. He is a national advocate for the arts and serves as president of The Creative Coalition – a nonprofit arts advocacy group formed by members of the American entertainment industry – and he continually advocates for the arts through the Coalition and its Right to Bear Arts campaign. Daly is perhaps best known for his role as “Joe Hackett” on the TV series Wings, and as the voice of Clark Kent in the animated film Superman. Daly now stars in the popular TV series Madam Secretary, and has recently appeared in the TV shows Hot in Cleveland and The Mindy Project. He graduated from Bennington College, where he studied theatre.
Views: 125 Fund for the Arts
Tips for Nonprofits: Private Foundation or Public Charity?
 
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In this video, Erin Bradrick, Senior Counsel at NEO Law Group, discusses the differences between private foundations and public charities.
Views: 17700 NEO Law Group
Coffee + Conversation: Doris Duke Charitable Foundation
 
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http://grantspace.org/tools/multimedia/webinars/coffee-conversation-with-doris-duke-charitable-foundation-2013-10-10 Learn about Doris Duke Charitable Foundation’s arts grantmaking and its resources to help organizations explore innovative ways of developing audiences. This session includes a short demonstration on how to use Foundation Directory Online to identify other arts funders. The webinar will also include demonstrations of Foundation Directory Online, so that you can learn how to find the latest information about the Doris Duke Charitable Foundation and other arts funders, and GrantSpace, where you can find even more information on arts & culture. Recorded on October 10, 2013 Visit us at http://www.grantspace.com for more helpful resources. Visit the new Foundation Directory Online (FDO) YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCds-B13qxofgUn9REH6NBOw/videos
Views: 101 Foundation Center
Ji-Ee Charitable Foundation Arts projects
 
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Ji-Ee Charitable Foundation at work from December 2013 through July 2014, Art, Music, and Film for children.
Views: 207 Mintze Wu
Greatest Art Movie Ever "Art of the Steal" (2009)
 
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(do not own this footage) from 2009 The Art of The Steal The Relocation of the Barnes Art Collection to Philadelphia or better known as the biggest robbery ever sold. http://www.instagram.com/Prestonlopez1 Hope Everyone Learns to protect their Art. -PL
Views: 308027 The Art Channel
Blossom Sisters Foundation, a Charitable Dance Arts Org for our Youth.
 
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Please Join us for the Launch our Non-profit org. Blossom Sisters Foundation, a Charitable Dance Arts Org for our Youth. Thanks for your Support!!
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Fox Performing Arts Charitable Foundation
 
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Source: https://www.spreaker.com/user/oneraregem/fox-performing-arts-charitable-foundatio Jade Harrell with Fox Perfmorming Arts Charitable Foundation
Fiscal Sponsorship for Artists and Arts Organizations
 
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What is fiscal sponsorship? What are the benefits? How can you find a fiscal sponsor for your artistic endeavors and what should you look for? Is fiscal sponsorship right for you? During this one-hour webinar, Dianne Debicella, program director for fiscal sponsorship at Fractured Atlas, will discuss the fiscal sponsorship arrangement under which a charitable project without 501(c)(3) status might benefit from the tax-exempt status and administrative support of a sponsoring organization. http://grantspace.org/tools/multimedia/webinars/Webinar-Recording-Fiscal-Sponsorship-2011-10-17 Visit us at http://www.grantspace.com for more helpful resources. Visit the new Foundation Directory Online (FDO) YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCds-B13qxofgUn9REH6NBOw/videos
Views: 1739 Foundation Center
Deacon Charitable Foundation
 
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Grantseeker tutorial
Views: 69 Common GrantApp
Canaletto and the Vedute Room: A Conservation Project
 
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In October 2017, the Wallace Collection celebrated the return of two magnificent views of Venice by Giovanni Antonio Canal (1697–1768), more commonly known as Canaletto, following their restoration at the Hamilton Kerr Institute at the University of Cambridge. The restoration was funded by the Bank of America Charitable Foundation, as part of the company’s global Art Conservation Project.
Views: 57924 The Wallace Collection
How Change Capital Can Strengthen Arts Organizations
 
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How "Change Capital" can help transform arts organizations. The discussion includes brief presentations from The Wooster Group and Alvin Ailey Dance Foundation, 2 of the 10 companies participating in NFF's Leading for the Future Initiative, supported by the Doris Duke Charitable Foundation. In the webinar, we discuss how to: Build a "risk reserve" fund for greater artistic freedom Stabilize earned income Generate incremental new revenue Expand audiences
Promoted by: Tuthika Charitable Foundation
 
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Promoted by: Tuthika Charitable Foundation
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Comptetion preparation (Narmadaben Charitable Foundation(5)
 
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Ravindra Natyamandir, 1st May 2018
Views: 2 ashok purohit
Upbeat Academy + Upturn Arts sp by Positive Vibrations Foundation
 
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Upbeat Academy at Upturn Arts Summer Music Camp sponsored by Positive Vibrations Foundation https://www.upturnarts.org https://www.upbeatacademy.org The mission of the Positive Vibrations Foundation is to create and encourage community through the development and preservation of the arts, music, culture and heritage. The Foundation promotes and underwrites music for progressive community festivals and events, supports music performance and industry education programs for youth, and provides the public with educational videos showcasing the musical artists and unique culture of the Gulf South. http://positivevibrations.org/ Positive Vibrations Foundation is a non-profit private operating foundation formed exclusively for charitable and educational purposes as defined by IRS section 501(c)(3).
The Sapphire Theatre Celebrates 10 years!
 
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The Sapphire Theatre Company is grateful to its generous community of supporters comprised of many individuals, corporations, and foundations including: The Indianapolis Foundation, a CICF affiliate The Allen Whitehill Clowes Charitable Foundation The Arts Council of Indianapolis Visit http://www.sapphiretheatre.com/donate/ to learn more about how you can get involved.
Dreamcatcher Charitable Foundation Arts & Culture Award 2011
 
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www.dcfund.ca Shirley Tyance, Geradton, Ontario. Shirley is genuine, down to earth, kind and caring. In addition addition to full-time work at the Thunderbird Friendship Centre, she takes in foster children to live with her (and her three children). Many of the other neighbourhood kids can be found at Shirley's home, where every one of them is always lovingly welcome.
Views: 82 DreamcatcherFund
Disabled Artists Foundation, Inc Needs Your Help
 
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Our vision for this organization is to energize disabled through art creation. Watch this video to understand more of what we do and how you can help. To learn more about the nonprofit where we teach disabled to create art go to http://www.disabledartists.org To become a Hartist (Disabled Artist) send me an email and I will send you an application... the only requirement is financial need and an emotional or physical disability It’s on Amazon Smile - Disabled Artists Foundation How to use AmazonSmile Charitable Organization 1) Go to http://smile.amazon.com on your desktop or mobile phone browser. 2) From your desktop, go to Your Account from the navigation at the top of any page, and then select the option to Change your Charity. 3)Select a new charitable organization to support. *********************************************** www.disabledartists.org for more information To become a Hartist, volunteer, have input, or if you just want to talk our email is [email protected] The nonprofit accepts donations and mail at 16970 San Carlos Blvd 160-106 Fort Myers, FL 33908 Donate funds here - https://www.paypal.com/us/fundraiser/charity/3119653 Or become a monthly donor at http://www.patreon.com/dAFi Another way to help is our Etsy shop... you buy one item we send you and we make a similar item or kit we give for free to a Disabled Artist (Hartist) http://etsy.me/2GL7gds The only guideline that I ask for supplies and donations that are mailed to us is it falls into a category 1) Photography (think unused phones with a camera) 2) Painting supplies of any kind including objects used in mixed media 3) Jewelry making supplies 4) Paper crafting… Everything from card making to scrapbooking to book smithing to junk journals etc... 5) Books to be resold to fund expenses or be cut apart for their images or for turning into journals 6) Monetary donations… This helps cover the cost of things you may not think about, shipping, storage, packaging, or supplies in quantity Thank you very much for helping us help others… We are Disabled Artists Foundation, Inc 501(c)(3)
Views: 280 Care Hart
Dreamcatcher Charitable Foundation Arts and Culture Award 2010
 
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www.dcfund.ca Hereditary Chief Janice George lives on the Capilano Reserve in West Vancouver and has lead a revival of Coast Salish weaving among the coast Salish people.
Views: 106 DreamcatcherFund
Arts & Wellness for Veterans
 
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With support from The Community Foundation of Western North Carolina’s Ramble Charitable Fund, the Asheville Area Arts Council (AAAC) launched an Arts & Wellness program for area veterans, some of whom are dealing with post-traumatic stress or other issues stemming from their military service. The Ramble Charitable Fund’s goal is to improve the quality of life in Shiloh and south Buncombe communities.
Views: 163 cfwnc09
Art Fellows: Odd Fellows and Artists
 
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Beginning 2001, the fancy trappings of dwindling fraternal organizations have caught the attention of Hollywood, musicians, artists and historians alike. Fraternal regalia and antiques have been popping-up all over the internet, television shows and art exhibits. The internet and the popularity of social networking websites, such as facebook, instagram, and youtube, further made it a lot easier for younger generations to learn about these organizations. As a result, there seems to be a renewed interest from some men and women in becoming members. There are some signs that the coming generation is re-discovering new forms of community in the lodges. While some lodges remain stagnant, others that have made extra efforts to catch-up with modern times are coming back to life in a dramatic way and are now experiencing a resurgence of membership from younger generations - tattoo artists, bikers, history buffs, community activists, musicians and many others. The San Francisco Odd Fellows Building has become a home for many artists, dancers, and musicians, and the area have become an arts center. Evolving from the traditions of the medieval craft guilds, the first Odd Fellows emerged in England on or before the year 1700. The early lodges were first set up to protect and care for their members and communities at a time when there were still no social security services, national health insurance, service clubs and modern-day charity foundations. The aim was and still is to provide help to our members, our families and our communities in times of need, along with the goal of developing worldwide brotherhood and sisterhood, promoting universal peace and understanding, and improving personal character through the ethical and humanitarian principles taught in our ancient degrees of initiation. Our branch, the “Independent Order of Odd Fellows” (I.O.O.F.), was organized on April 26, 1819, in Baltimore, Maryland, U.S.A., by Thomas Wildey and four Odd Fellows from England. At a time when women were still not allowed to go to school, vote for public office or join fraternal organizations, the I.O.O.F. became the first fraternal order to officially accept women when the “Rebekahs” was founded on September 20, 1851. GENERAL PURPOSES - To improve and elevate the character of humankind by teaching and promoting the principles of Friendship, Love, and Truth; Faith, Hope, and Charity; and Universal Justice, as exemplified in the degrees of initiation and practiced in real life. - To help make the world a better place to live by aiding each other in times of need and by volunteering in or organizing charitable activities and projects that would benefit the less fortunate, the children, the youth, the elderly, the community and the environment in every way possible guided by our ancient command: “to visit the sick, relieve the distress, bury the dead and educate the orphan”. - To promote goodwill and understanding among people and nations through the principle of universal fraternity, holding the belief that all men and women regardless of race, nationality, religion, social status, gender, rank and station are brothers and sisters. - To develop and expand a local, national and international social network for people from all walks of life - college students, professionals, retirees - dedicated to the purposes herein mentioned; ensuring genuine friendships, compassionate service for community and personal character development. - To raise funds through membership fees, annual dues, donations, endowments, and purchase, acquire, own, rent, lease, sell, exchange, transfer and dispose properties, whether real or personal, in furtherance of the ethical, fraternal and charitable purposes; provided they show economic viability.
The Chester Pitts Charitable Foundation Presentation
 
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Courtesy of VASA Productions. This presentation was showcased during the "Strike For The Arts" hosted by the Chester Pitts Charitable Foundation. This event was on June 30, 2015 at Bowlmor Lanes in Houston, TX. The proceeds went to those children in need in the area of the Arts who can't afford it themselves. The presentation gives insight in what the foundation is all about. VASA Productions thank former NFL Houston Texans player Chester Pitts and his wonderful foundation for letting us participate in this wonderful and great cause. When you click on the link and it goes to the video, please click on the wheel icon on bottom right and set it at 1080p. Please visit us at our website at www.vasaproductions.com and our FB page for our services.
Views: 284 Vineet Arora
Metropolitan Atlanta Arts Fund - Ben Cameron Keynote
 
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Ben Cameron is one of the nation's leading arts advocates and is currently serving as the program director for the arts at the Doris Duke Charitable Foundation. In his thought-provoking speech, Cameron makes an impassioned case for the value, impact and necessity of the arts in building a better, smarter, more tolerant and civil society. Armed with facts and figures, Cameron urges his audience to embrace the digital age and to transition from "arts supporters" to "arts advocates" -- suggesting these shifts are essential in a time of decreasing traditional arts attendance but increasing arts participation. Cameron delivered his speech to a packed ballroom of more than 500 individuals consisting of representatives from nonprofits arts organizations, business leaders, government officials and foundation staff from throughout the 23-county metro Atlanta region.
Newcastle Permanent Charitable Foundation Television Commercial
 
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There are a lot of good people doing a lot of good things in the community. That's why 10 years ago the Newcastle Permanent Charitable Foundation was set up, to support all this good work. In the last 10 years it has given over $10 million in grants to local charities and community organisations.
Views: 858 Newcastle Permanent
News Features |  Upturn Arts Camp sp Positive Vibrations Foundation
 
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News Features from WWL, WDSU, WGNO Upbeat Academy at Upturn Arts Summer Music Camp sponsored by Positive Vibrations Foundation https://www.upturnarts.org https://www.upbeatacademy.org The mission of the Positive Vibrations Foundation is to create and encourage community through the development and preservation of the arts, music, culture and heritage. The Foundation promotes and underwrites music for progressive community festivals and events, supports music performance and industry education programs for youth, and provides the public with educational videos showcasing the musical artists and unique culture of the Gulf South. http://positivevibrations.org/ Positive Vibrations Foundation is a non-profit private operating foundation formed exclusively for charitable and educational purposes as defined by IRS section 501(c)(3).
Moline Foundation Ribbon Cutting
 
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On Thursday, October 26, 2017 as we celebrated Moline Foundation’s new location and 65th Anniversary! Their new location is 1601 River Dr. Suite 210 Moline, IL 61265. About Moline Foundation: The Moline Foundation, founded in 1953 is a community foundation which provides grants to benefit health, human services, education, community development, the arts and other charitable organizations which help the citizens of Moline and the surrounding area, including the Quad Cities. The Moline Foundation encourages thoughtful giving from donors for stronger communities and better lives. The Moline Foundation receives and administers charitable gifts in Scott County, Iowa and Rock Island, Henry, Mercer, Warren, Henderson and McDonough counties in Illinois.
Comptetion preparation (Narmadaben Charitable Foundation(2)
 
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Ravindra Natyamandir, 1st May 2018
Views: 0 ashok purohit
11th Annual Pace Pitch Contest - Independent Artist Charitable Foundation - JohnRiley O'Handley
 
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The Pace Pitch Contest is based on the Elevator Pitch concept, popular in the venture capital community. It is an extremely concise presentation of an entrepreneur's idea, business model, marketing strategy, competitive analysis, and financial plan, which is delivered to potential investors. The premise is that it could be made in a few minutes, should the entrepreneur spot a potential investor on an elevator and have the opportunity to pitch their idea during the brief ride. Each Finalist will have exactly three minutes to pitch their new venture idea to a distinguished panel of judges and an enthusiastic audience. In addition to broad participation at Pace, we have been pleased to welcome student competitors from a number of other universities, including Columbia, Harvard, MIT, NYU, Princeton, and Stanford. IACF will establish itself as an umbrella charity to represent independent artist (operating as notforprofit) to seek large donations on their behalf with the ability to offer tax credits. This is the only way that small scale artist could benefit from large corporate donations, and the corporations would benefit from a larger, more diverse audience to be connected with in this manner for the first time (power in numbers). At the same time this would provide the opportunity for sustainable earnings for artists and affordable access to the consumer. This structure allows artists to keep their business structures smaller and much more efficient, reducing many overhead costs while creating greater ability for more product development. IACF would also be developed to offer tax credits for independent donations to be passed directly to independent artist and would also be able to accept general donations from the public to be redistributed to many artists. This structure allows individuals in support of arts to be able to allocate portions of their tax money as they see fit while reducing their taxable income. IACF would also develop programs to aid artists in their business management. Target Market There are two current markets that need to be approached to create the right momentum for this charity. First there would be the development of a portfolio of artist seeking to create, and in need of funding. The artist considered would be a diverse group but they would all be required to operate as a not-for-profit and be able to clearly describe their project as well as the budget associated with it. The second is those making donations. Primarily donations would be sought from large corporations seeking to donate in order to satisfy their business plan. There would also be on a smaller scale an awareness campaign to the public on social media, possibly developing some financial support. Initially there would be an aim to aid local New York artists with companies interested in reaching a broad middle class audience but this would only be in the initial development of the foundation. Competition Currently there is little direct competition for the foundation as it would exist, but there is competition in the sense of how people and corporations would want to donate. There will be need to develop a clear marketing plan to demonstrate all benefits offered by the foundation to the donors. Competition in many ways would be other charitable artist that operate on a large scale and IACF would have to clearly show that supporting many artist on a small scale as oppose to one a large scale is to everyone's benefit. There is also slight competition with Fractured Atlas , a charitable organization that allows artist to accept donations through their organization but does not raise funds for them. IACF would have the competitive advantage. Why Pitch At this point the IACF is in need of financial aid in order to get itself into a position to launch. Hiring lawyers to ensure that everything will be structured in a manner to work within the constructs of a charity, registering the business, as well aid in the marketing development will require funding. Time has been donated and will continue to be donated to create the foundation, but the current ambition is to avoid out of pocket cost for necessary fees while continuing to create the structure for a sustainable charity, and a new way to fund artists that will empower them to work with less financial strain. Presented by: JohnRiley O'Handley For more information, please visit www.pace.edu/pitch Pace University's Entrepreneurship Lab www.pace.edu/elab
Comptetion preparation (Narmadaben Charitable Foundation(4)
 
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Ravindra Natyamandir, 1st May 2018
Views: 1 ashok purohit
The Art of Illumination
 
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The Art of Illumination was made possible through the generous support of a John S. and James L. Knight Foundation Knight Arts Challenge Grant, with matching funds provided by The National Endowment for the Arts, The Jerome A. Yavitz Charitable Foundation, Inc., Louis Leibowitz Charitable Trust, and Florida International University Technology Services, and with additional support from Woolems Construction.
red, black & GREEN: a blues: BELIEF
 
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BELIEF is the first in a series of five videos documenting the creation of red, black and GREEN: a blues. The work exemplifies new directions in socially engaged, hybrid arts practice and presentation. BELIEF is made possible by the Contemporary Art Centers (CAC) network, administered by the New England Foundation for the Arts (NEFA), with major support from the Doris Duke Charitable Foundation. CAC is comprised of leading art centers and brings together performing arts curators to support collaboration and work across disciplines, and is an initiative of NEFA's National Dance Project. Video footage by Eli Jacobs-Fantauzzi Photos by Bethanie Hines Editing by Mike Taylor ***** red, black and GREEN: a blues by Marc Bamuthi Joseph for The Living Word Project Directed by Michael John Garcés Produced by MAPP International Productions Performed by Theaster Gates Marc Bamuthi Joseph Tommy Shepherd aka Soulati Traci Tolmaire Set/Installation Design by Theaster Gates Choreography by Stacey Printz Media Design by David Szlasa Lighting Design by James Clotfelter Films created by Eli Jacobs-Fantauzzi World Premiere: Yerba Buena Center for the Arts (San Francisco, CA), October 13-15 and 20-22, 2011 red, black, and GREEN: a blues is co-commissioned by Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, Cynthia Woods Mitchell Center for the Arts at University of Houston, Walker Art Center and Lehigh University. It is also commissioned by The America Project, with support from the Ford Foundation and the Nathan Cummings Foundation. Developmental residencies have been provided by Carolina Performing Arts at University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. Critical production support for rbGb is being provided by the Technical Residency Program at Z Space. red, black, and GREEN: a blues has received generous support from The National Endowment for the Arts; The New England Foundation for the Arts' National Dance Project, with lead funding from the Doris Duke Charitable Foundation and additional funding from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation and the Boeing Company Charitable Trust; The MAP Fund, a program of Creative Capital supported by the Doris Duke Charitable Foundation and the Rockefeller Foundation; East Bay Community Foundation, with matching support from United States Artists; Panta Rhea Foundation; and Zellerbach Family Foundation.
Views: 428 mappinternational
Hope charitable foundation event on 24th June 2018
 
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We are thankful to singers,musican lyricist,maker, team of movie karma whose contribution helped us in making this video....
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The Lift A Life Foundation Emerging Leader in the Arts Award: Rachel Mauser
 
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This award celebrates an artist who has excelled in her discipline early in her career – Rachel Mauser. Mauser is celebrated for her work in bookbinding, letterpress printing, printmaking and painting. Along with her outstanding commitment to her own practice, she also uses her art as a tool to help young people close education gaps, develop identity and self-worth, and become leaders in their communities. She is the co-founder and co-director of the STEAM Exchange, a community arts center in Louisville’s Smoketown neighborhood, where she helps to create passion-driven learning experiences for underserved communities, free of charge.
Views: 36 Fund for the Arts
Post-Show Talk: Cie Art Move Concept | Jacob's Pillow Dance Festival 2018
 
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This Post-Show Talk features artistic directors/choreographers Mehdi Ouachek and Soria Rem in conversation with Jacob's Pillow Scholar-in-Residence Gaynell Sherrod. The Talk took place on July 19, 2018 following a performance by Art Move Concept Company at Jacob’s Pillow Dance Festival in Becket, MA. Post-Show Talks are held on Thursdays in the Doris Duke Theatre and Fridays in the Ted Shawn Theatre and offer an opportunity for audiences to gain more insight into performances directly from the artists themselves. The preceding performance featured the Pillow debut of Art Move Concept Company in excerpts from two works: "Exit" (2017) and "Nibiru" (2014). These videos are part of Seeing Dance, Talking Dance, a project of Jacob's Pillow Dance Festival, encouraging different ways of seeing, discussing, and appreciating dance. This program was created with support from Engaging Dance Audiences, administered by Dance/USA and made possible with generous funding from the Doris Duke Charitable Foundation.
STL LIVE   St Louis Teen Talent Competition   2 of 2
 
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STL LIVE TOPIC: St. Louis Teen Talent Competition HOST: Sarah Bernard SHOW DATE: Thursday, October 11, 2018 Guest: Michael Jennings/ Interim Executive Director, Fox Performing Arts Charitable Foundation The 9th Annual St. Louis Teen Talent Competition was created to support emerging performing artists. Sponsored by the Fox Performing Arts Charitable Foundation, students compete for college scholarships, cash awards and prizes, along with public appearances. There are several categories for students to compete in and registration is open until December 1. 9th Annual St. Louis Teen Talent Competition Registration through December 1 FoxPACF.org -Visit our website: http://stltv.net - Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/STLTV Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/STLTVChannel View our channel on digital cable channel 992, or On U-Verse on channel 99 Streaming on the net: http://stltv.net/live_vbrick.asx (requires Windows Media Player, or Flip4Mac plugin: http://www.telestream.net/flip4mac-wmv/overview.htm )
Views: 26 STL TV
Tampa Bay Woman of the Year 2013; Westchase Charitable Foundation
 
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Strategic Management & Marketing Arts, SMARTS, produced this Story of the Even video for the 2013 Tampa Bay Woman of the Year event, supporting the Westchase Charitable Foundation. http://www.s-m-arts.com
Views: 485 Jim Aardema
LSAT PrepTest 57 Logic Game 4 (June 2009 LSAT) charitable foundation awards grants - 7Sage
 
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https://7sage.com/enroll/ Get a taste of our full course with our free trial. Our full LSAT course includes walkthroughs of thousands of real LSAT questions. We can't show LSAT questions on YouTube for copyright reasons, but we can when you sign up for our free trial. ------------------------------------------------ Hundreds of Logic Games explanations. Learn how to solve them quickly and accurately. All for free. http://7sage.com/logic-game-explanations/ ------------------------------------------------ LSAT PrepTest 57 Logic Game 4 June 2009 LSAT A charitable foundation awards grants in exactly four areas—medical services, theater arts, wildlife preservation, and youth services—each grant being in one of these areas. ------------------------------------------------ 7Sage LSAT is founded by J.Y. Ping and Alan Cheuk, LSAT experts and Harvard Law School J.D.'s. http://7sage.com
Views: 15436 7Sage
SAFE CHARITABLE FOUNDATION DANDIA DANCE. At BN REDDY NAGAR HYDERABAD.
 
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Anadha children dancing at safe charitable foundation.
Views: 133 Ravikanth Reddy
The Ronda Gordon Foundation Lifetime Achievement in the Arts Award: Paul Owen
 
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This award honors an individual who has demonstrated lifetime achievement in the arts in Greater Louisville – Paul Owen. Owen was the resident designer at Actors Theatre of Louisville from 1971 to 2009, designing approximately 1,500 productions during his 38 seasons. Owen’s work was never defined by a specific style, rather Greater Louisville audiences marveled at the variety of his designs. While now in semi-retirement, Owen his passion for the arts has not waned as he frequently designs for Kentucky Shakespeare.
Views: 23 Fund for the Arts
red, black & GREEN: a blues : COLLABORATION
 
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COLLABORATION is the fourth in a series of five videos documenting the creation of red, black & GREEN: a blues. The work exemplifies new directions in socially engaged, hybrid arts practice and presentation. COLLABORATION is made possible by the Contemporary Art Centers (CAC) network, administered by the New England Foundation for the Arts (NEFA), with major support from the Doris Duke Charitable Foundation. CAC is comprised of leading art centers and brings together performing arts curators to support collaboration and work across disciplines, and is an initiative of NEFA's National Dance Project. It is also commissioned by The America Project, a program of MAPP International Productions with support from the Nathan Cummings Foundation. Produced by MAPP International Productions Video footage by Eli Jacobs-Fantauzzi Edited by Mike Taylor ***** red, black & GREEN: a blues by Marc Bamuthi Joseph for The Living Word Project Directed by Michael John Garcés Produced by MAPP International Productions Performed by Theaster Gates Marc Bamuthi Joseph Tommy Shepherd aka Emcee Soulati Traci Tolmaire Set/Installation Design by Theaster Gates Media Design by David Szlasa Lighting Design by James Clotfelter Choreography by Stacey Printz Documentary Films by Eli Jacobs-Fantauzzi Photography by Bethanie Hines Music Composed by Tommy Shepherd Costume Design by Mai-Lei Pecorari Sound Design by Gregory T. Kuhn rbGb logo by Rolando Brown World Premiere: Yerba Buena Center for the Arts (San Francisco, CA), October 13-15 and 20-22, 2011. red, black & GREEN: a blues is co-commissioned by Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, Cynthia Woods Mitchell Center for the Arts at University of Houston, Walker Art Center, Lehigh University, and The America Project, with support from the Ford Foundation and the Nathan Cummings Foundation. Developmental residencies have been provided by Carolina Performing Arts at University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. Critical production support for rbGb has been provided by the Technical Residency Program at Z Space. red, black & GREEN: a blues has received generous support from The National Endowment for the Arts; The New England Foundation for the Arts' National Dance Project, with lead funding from the Doris Duke Charitable Foundation and additional funding from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation and the Boeing Company Charitable Trust; The MAP Fund, a program of Creative Capital supported by the Doris Duke Charitable Foundation and the Rockefeller Foundation; East Bay Community Foundation, with matching support from United States Artists; Panta Rhea Foundation; and Zellerbach Family Foundation. mappinternational.org
Views: 319 mappinternational
Dr. Michael White | Upturn Arts sp by Positive Vibrations Foundation
 
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Dr. Michael White is one of todays primary exponents of classic New Orleans jazz. The unique experiences that the clarinetist has had throughout his career and his ability to articulate the significance and timelessness of the music has made him a highly influential force and performer. https://www.basinstreetrecords.com/artists/dr-michael-white Special thanks to Basin Street Records! video: Shannon Yancone The mission of the Positive Vibrations Foundation is to create and encourage community through the development and preservation of the arts, music, culture and heritage. The Foundation promotes and underwrites music for progressive community festivals and events, supports music performance and industry education programs for youth, and provides the public with educational videos showcasing the musical artists and unique culture of the Gulf South. http://positivevibrations.org/ Positive Vibrations Foundation is a non-profit private operating foundation formed exclusively for charitable and educational purposes as defined by IRS section 501(c)(3).
VIDYARANYA KANNADA KUTA: CHARITABLE FOUNDATION 2018: AKANKSHA & AJAY: DEEWANA HUA BADAL
 
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VIDYARANYA KANNADA KUTA CHAIRITABLE FOUNDATION IN ASSOCIATION WITH THE HINDU TEMPLE OF GREATER CHICAGO PRESENTS KODAGU FLOOD RELIEF FUNDRAISER AT THE HINDU TEMPLE OF GREATER CHICAGO ON NOVEMBER 2, 2017 EMCEES: MANJULA MADADAKERE SUPRIYA UDAY A LIVE MUSICAL CONCERT: TRIBUTE TO LEGENDS VOCAL: AKANKSHA BADAMI AND AJAY WARRIAR: DEEWANA HUA BADAL KEYBOARD: DEEPAK DRUMS: PRAKASH ANTHONY VIDEOGRAPHY: DR. NAG RAO
Views: 16 Dr. Nag Rao
Sant nirankari charitable foundation
 
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Himachli phari dance
Views: 191 SUNIL SINGH KASHYAP
Gordon Parks, Off on My Own (Harlem, New York)
 
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Gordon Parks (American, 1912-2006), Off on My Own (Harlem, New York), 1948. Gelatin silver print. The Art Institute of Chicago, Amanda Taub Veazie Acquisition Fund, 2016.125. © The Gordon Parks Foundation. From "Harlem is Nowhere," a collaborative project between Gordon Parks and Ralph Ellison. A Seeing America video. Speakers: Michal Raz-Russo, David and Sarajean Ruttenberg Associate Curator of Photography, Art Institute of Chicago and Dr. Steven Zucker Special thanks to Michal Raz-Russo, Sarah E. Alvarez, The Gordon Parks Foundation, the Ralph and Fanny Ellison Charitable Trust, and the Art Institute of Chicago.

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