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    Creative Orange County

    in Culture

    Interview with Andrew Bermudez, Co-Founder & CEO of Digsy — a Free Intelligent Personal Assistant that helps you save time finding the perfect Office and Warehouse space for your business.  Andrew is a technology and real estate entrepreneur in Orange County, CA and he is also a spokesperson for tech entrepreneurship in OC.

  • Creative Orange County

    in Culture

    Interview with Andrew Bermudez, Co-Founder & CEO of Digsy — a Free Intelligent Personal Assistant that helps you save time finding the perfect Office and Warehouse space for your business. Andrew is a technology and real estate entrepreneur in Orange County, CA and he is also a spokesperson for tech entrepreneurship in OC...

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    Author Gail McMeekin shares tips of highly creative women.

    in Writing

    Author Gail McMeekin talks about her book The 12 Secrets of Highly Creative Women.

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    SALON des Refuses a Creative Conversation with Renee Baker-

    in Visual Arts

    Renee Baker is a composer, conductor, ensemble leader, violinist, and violist, Renée Baker composes and performs across cultural boundaries. A member of the Association for the Advancement of Creative Musicians, she has founded or led 13 contemporary music projects, including the Chicago Modern Orchestra Project, FAQtet, Mantra Blue Free Orchestra, and Red Chai. 


    Currently honing her compositions skills developing her painted score exploratriorum pieces for ensembles of 100 plus, Ms. Baker is in demand as a lecturer and expert in nontraditional composition techniques as well as large ensemble comprovisation/improvisation development.


    She exhibits in Cologne, Berlin, Netherlands, London as well as Chicago.We are asking Renee to express her social imagination and how she shares these visions with the world, and her participatory art projects, social activism, black- experimentalism.


    Uplifting Music: Listening to music  that not only has a soothing melody, but an uplifting message, can be great   for developing positive self-talk. Have you ever had a song ‘stuck in your   head’ for a few hours or days, the lyrics repeating themselves in your mind?   If those lyrics were positive and inspirational, that would be a good thing.  

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    Lost Arts Radio Show #44 - Clifford Carnicom and Kate Willens

    in Health

    Our first guest on this inaugural Talk Network show is one of the world’s top level researchers in geoengineering, Clifford Carnicom (www.carnicominstitute.org). Hear Clifford tell us about what led him into this research, the amazing discoveries he made, and what he has found is actually in what is being sprayed on us and onto the delicate web of life on our planet. We think you will find this discussion with Clifford incredibly important, and will want to help us spread the archive of this show everywhere. Clifford will be back with us to continue with the information that we could not fit into this one visit, and you will definitely want to be there for that show too, hopefully this coming January if things go as planned. Lost Arts Radio has done a number of past shows on geoengineering and will continue to focus on this as one of the key issues and an intentional threat to the existence of life on Earth.


    Our second guest on this premier show is singer-songwriter Kate Magdalena Willens, a dedicated activist who uses her music to spread awareness of the lethal threats to the entire biosphere, posed by the geoengineering/bioengineering that is going on via chemical aerosols. Kate began working with the Carnicom Institute in 2012, and will share with us some of what she learned from that experience, that deepened her knowledge of what geoengineering/bioengineering really is. Kate’s music, a blend of protest, folk and pop including Celtic style folk music, can be heard on her website www.katemagdalena.com, or at www.soundcloud.com/katewillens, or on our website www.lostartsradio.com as well as where it is used on some of our actual shows.


     

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    Creative Orange County

    in Culture

    Interview with Andrea Harris-McGee, Director, Curator, Project Coordinator and Artist…


    "You’re Better with Butter"


    211 Gallery, 211 Sycamore, Santa Ana Artists Village, Santa Ana CA


    October 3rd, 5 - 9pm


     

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    Lost Arts Radio Show #43 - Tom DeWeese and Katharine Dokken

    in Health

    On the first part of this Halloween edition of Lost Arts Radio, we are joined by returning guest and Agenda 21 expert Tom DeWeese (www.americanpolicy.org). Tom leads us through a survey of the most recent and current stages of this global assault on humanity, as well as what each of us can do to increase our chances of surviving the attack, and help bring back freedom and prosperity to America and other nations. We briefly recap the origins of Agenda 21 and its recent re-styling as Agenda 2030, how our controllers are using language to get their servants to do the work on this weapon, as well as to get the general public to think of it as something good until it is too late to mount any meaningful resistance.


    For the second half of our Halloween broadcast, we are extremely fortunate to have with us speaker, author, Constitutional and freedom activist Katharine Dokken (www.katharinedokken.com). Katharine wrote her three books and became publicly active after her home was raided and her pet show dogs (including terrified puppies) were stolen by "animal rights" activists, operating illegally with the cooperation of local law enforcement officers, and the support of a corrupt legal system. Emotionally devastated by what amounted to a coordinated kidnapping of her canine family members, which also destroyed the business she had of selling puppies of her fancy show dogs to qualifying buyers, Katharine found a way to salvage her sanity and do something for her lost companions so that their lives with her would not be lost in vain. She became an eloquent and shockingly honest spokesperson, to let the public know the real nature of the criminals pretending to care about the well-being of animals, calling themselves "animal rights activists."

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    Empowering Women through Art- a Creative Conversation with Toni Collie Perry

    in Visual Arts

    Toni Colley Perry holds a Master’s Degree in Urban Educational Leadership, a Parent Education credential and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Human Development. She has her Administrative Credential in Education. Toni’s background includes curriculum development within the framework of an adult learning mode. She is an Adjunct Professor, for Los Rios Community College District in Sacramento, at Folsum Lake College.


    Toni has developed curriculum for YesCollege Program. She  has a position paper on her blog around the fundamental connection between the Citizenship Schools and leadership development for the broader Freedom Movement. Today I'm asking her the following evaluation questions to measure her progress:


    Has the graduate been instrumental in getting others to vote? Has he or she signed petitions? Attended community meetings? Engaged in demonstrations? Become more effective in community action? Worked for an unselfish cause?


    “Art of Being”  AAWHL crafts art workshops, offering women opportunities to express themselves creatively. 


    Building partnerships, Toni is the host of Monthly Women of Color Making Connections- they meet on the third Thursday of the month. This will be their first Meet-up of the New Year, 01/21/2016 at Brickhouse Gallery in Oakpark, Sacramento CA. 

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    Creative Community Culture

    in Music

       Please join us for a conversation about Creativity, Community, and Cultural relevance. We will be engaged with two dynamic guests.  The first half of our program, we will interview the talented vocalist Ozara Ode. Ozara has started a Gofundme campaign to take her Nina Simone adaptation to Broadway. After reaching much success in Atlanta with the production “In the Key of Nina” during the summer of 2015, Ozara is on a mission to further honor Ms.  Simone’s legacy. We will be talking more with Ozara to find out what she is doing and how we can support her. 


       The dialogue for the second hour will be driven by Pittsburg raptivist, Jasiri X who has been steadily climbing the rungs of the underground ladder worldwide. Jasiri made major noise with his debut single “Free the Jena6”. Tonight he will enlighten us about Black Liberation Theology and share what else he has in store. 


        We will contemplate the fate of a center that was designed with the spirit of Comrade Tupac Amaru Shakur in mind. Built to be a hub of Creative Community collaboration and cultural education, it has long been shut down and now the building is for sale.  We look into ideas about what happened, why, and what we can do differently to insure that similar efforts flourish. Welcome to the Blaq Hour.

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    Culture Bridge International Art Exhibit and Festival of the Arts:

    in Visual Arts

    Marianna Buchwald is the founder and creative director of the International Art Group in Chicago. She works with a diverse group of artists, musicians and dancers from different countries. For 15 years, she has worked as International Tour guide in Chicago and in Germany, developing art and architecture, neighborhood tours and special cultural tours to benefit different types of age groups and visitors from around the world.


    The German American Cultural Center (DANK Haus) presents a vibrant International festival of art: Culture Bridge/Kulturbruecke,Feb.20. - March 19. 2016., a cultural bridge of musicians, painters, dancers, and sculptors from Germany, the United States and many countries around the globe.


    Curated by Marianna Buchwald, International Art Group and Derin Baratka,Lincoln Square Artists Guild, the exhibit at the Scharpenberg Gallery at  DANK Haus will feature a broad range of works with an intention to deepen cross-cultural ties.  There will be a series of events that will entertain and stimulate thinking about how many cultures can create a dialog about what matters in the world of art, art making with Linda Platt for children and adults, artist talks and panel discussions, moderated by Prof. Talmadge Wright, Prof. Almira Gilles, Pala Townsend, Kao Ra Zen and Tracy Kostenbader. 


    As a diverse group of artists, musicians and dancers from different countries, we invite you to come and see our exhibitions, performances and special events. Also to participate in special tours in Chicago, accentuating art and culture, and also to join us to participate in journeys to the countries and neighborhoods we originated from.


     

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