By The Vanderbilt Republic
Today, MIDHEAVEN – in partnership with Hiroshima City, Heart of Peace Hiroshima, Hopitow (Hopi Nation), and others – announces its worldwide beta launch with Hiroshima 75th Memorial "Peace+Art+Music" Global Broadcast on August 6 8a-6p providing 10+...
By The Wishcraft Workshop
New online weekly classes with a focus on the textile arts, social-emotional learning and becoming a change-maker.
By Young Entertainment Activists (YEA!)
Young Entertainment Activists (YEA!) and NYU Los Angeles partnered to produce the successful first ever Hollywood Digital Climate Summit, which broadcast on Twitch and reached an audience of thousands.
By Latino Leaders Network
The Latino Leaders Network (LLN), a non-profit organization dedicated to bringing leaders together, hosted over 600 guests from 25 states and Canada in its first-ever "Latino Leaders Speak" Virtual Cafecito with civil rights activist Dolores Huerta on...
By Einarsson ehf
Kristinn Spence The entrepreneur from Iceland that has been in the news lately exposing a lot of information through journalists on www.nordical.com stated earlier that the worldwide rally was going to be held today on march the 6th and people showing...
By Einar sigmundsson ehf
The Icelander that has been sharing his story on www.thenordical.com with journalists and has since been posted on thousands of other news channels and websites worldwide where Kristinn Spence who states to be a man that stands against corruption,...
TheRhyze! Inc. to Sponsor "Unity" Art Exhibit Fundraiser December 14th, 2019
By Yoga Wellbeing
Artist and yoga teacher Laura Watson has been commissioned by The Horsebridge Arts Centre in Kent to create an interactive seaside guide designed for Kent school children and young holiday makers.
By EvyDani Books
Jessie Maple, American filmmaker, recognized as the first Black woman to write and produce a full-length film independently preparing to release memoir.
By The Arctic Cycle
Time for action! After two successful years, Climate Change Theatre Action (CCTA) is back, bringing together a diverse community of artists and audiences to foster sustainable change on a local and global scale.