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This segment is pre our conversation with Lauren Odell Usher Sharpton
Today on the Art 4 All People airwaves we are going to have an engaging dialogue with the Co-Founder's of Art is Moving and Art 4 All People. We will talk about Art as a form of Service, Art Break Day, Volunterism, and Transformation.
Art is Moving is a non-profit organization whose main goal is for all people to discover the benefits of art. Art matters and is a necessary component to a heathly society because it is an exquisite tool for learning about oneself, expressing one's emotions and thoughts, and offers the opportunity for a community to come together and grow. There are several ways to experience art and feel its positive impact. You can make it, talk about it, look at it - all are essential and Art is Moving exists to ensure that everyone is provided the opportunity to do all three without fear. Art is Moving's annual Art Break Day involves several cities from around the world coming together to offer FREE art making to anyone and everyone. It is easy to join in the fun, You can donate, sponsor, volunteer, or host an Art Break Day in your city.
Art is Moving is Co-Founded by Lauren Odell Usher Sharpton and (Art 4 All People's) Lisa Rasmussen
"Do what you can, with what you have, where you are." - Theodore Roosevelt
Our latest Art 4 All People interview will be with Yogi, Will Donnelly. We will chat with Will about his Practical Yoga concept and practice, the healing power of Yoga, and his life on the Big Island of Hawaii. As well as we will talk about our up and coming Art of Transformation: YogART ( Yoga and Art Retreat) 4 All People, which we and Will are teaching together at one the top Yoga Retreats in the world, Kalani on the Big Island. Tune in! As always our interviews are intuitive, adlib, and organic--see where the conversation goes! More information about our the Retreat Here
We continue to dive into the art of serving by learning to or being reminded of the art of serving people. This particular part of ministry can be tiresome, draining and very rewarding. It is good for us to think about other people, which often helps us to keep our mind off of ourselves and our own issues! We will learn that serving is not about being a doormat or giving in to every whim of the individual(s) we are lending our time and resources to, but serving people is all about God's glory being revealed and His name being magnified upon the earth. Serving people is all about Jesus! Talk with you then!
Today on the Art 4 All People airwaves Ceylan and Lisa will be chatting with artist and friend Vijali Hamilton. We will be talking to Vijali about her Art and her experience at Art 4 All People's latest Arts and Healing exhibtion, MUSE: The Art of Transformation and Healing. Which is at Commonweal in Bolinas, CA. We invitied Vijali to the opening of MUSE to evocate, show her artwork, and to screen her latest full length movie. Listen in and be inspired!
Vijali Hamilton, a visionary sculptor, poet, musician, performance artist, and author is the originator of the World Wheel, Global Peace Through the Arts. This global peace project combines sculptures in living rock to establish sacred sites, community ritual-based theater and Wisdom Centers to address local problems, aspirations and to preserve the indigenous cultures.
Her work includes education, art, spirituality, peace activism, and focuses attention on the awareness of environmental, spiritual, and social problems. The World Wheel is an artistic forum for global awareness. It activates awareness of our interconnection with all life.
Previously Vijali spent ten years as a monastic member of the Vedanta convent. She received a Master’s Degree in Fine Arts from Goddard University and is a fellow of the World Academy of Arts and Science. More than 1,000 pieces of her art works are in private and public collections. Vijali lectures extensively and has given retreats for many years in the creative process of moving from the introspection of meditation and journal writing into art forms.
Video of The World Wheel Project Website: World Wheel Global Peace Through the Arts
Today we will have a lively conversaton with artist Carol DuChamp about the Art of Life and the Art of Trekking. She is fellow Arts and Healing artist and currently she is in our Art 4 All People exhibiton, MUSE: The Art of Transformation and Healing at the Institute for Art and Healing at Commonweal in Bolinas. Listen in for the transformation.
A local Bolinas resident, Carol Duchamp began her practice as a painter in 1985 under the watercolor mentorship of artist Jackie Kirk, and began exhibiting her paintings in the San Francisco Bay Area in 1993.
Indeterminacy and chance play a role, as does the element of water. Carol paints on pre-soaked 300-lb Arches watercolor paper. Her process takes place in the unplanned moment. This is both the beauty and the challenge. If the spirit is clear at the time of painting, access to intuitive resources becomes easier. If the mind is cluttered, the level of concentration is diminished and the result put at risk.
Carol is passionate about the healing powers of creativity, and imagination as essential creative principle. She taught Healing Art Transition courses at UC Santa Cruz Extension and enjoys helping others nurture their inner artist. She studied Transformative Arts at JFKU in Berkeley. She is founder and director of Art Trek, a small company that orchestrates travel study art classes to exotic such as France, French Polynesia, Italy, the American Southwest and Bali & Java, Indonesia. Carol is also a writer whose novella Garlic and Roses is nearing completion.
destinations such as France, French Polynesia, Italy, the American Southwest and Bali & Java, Indonesia. Carol is also a writer whose novella Garlic and Roses is nearing completion.
Today on the Art 4 All People airwaves we will have a transformative conversation with Laurie Marshall. She is the Founder of Unity Through Creativity. As well as Laurie is one collaborators and educators of the Create Peace Project. ,whose mission is to promote the practices of peace and spread the message of hope and good will using creativity to youth around the world. Laurie also participated in Art 4 All Peoples, Arts and Healing festival at their 13th curated exhibtion MUSE: The Art of Transformation and Healing at Commonweals Institute for Art and Healing in Bolinas with her project Singing Trees.
Laurie Marshall is a Marin County, CA artist, teacher and spiritual activist. She has been on the cutting edge of project-based learning in public schools for thirty years. With a bachelors in history and education from Antioch College and a masters in art and education from Beacon College, she is a certified K-12 art and secondary social studies teacher. Laurie has also trained over 3,000 teachers in visual literacy for the Polaroid Foundation, led visual art and mural making workshops, facilitated leadership training and conflict prevention with NASA, the Department of Interior, and the Army Corps of Engineers. Her book, Beating the Odds Now! – Ten Steps for Teachers to Meet the Standards and Still Love What You Do, is used in teaching project-based learning around the world.
Salvation in the urban culture to save all that call on Him in truth. The Holy Spirit leading the people of God to communicate in Gospel Rap and Spoken Word Poetry! Glory to God in the Highest! God is sending out His servants equipped to take the Kingdom by force. The force of the Holy Spirit is helping take the Message of Jesus to all people. The urban culture is the focus of this ministry. Glory unto God! Giving Him praise! Thank you!
Today on the Art 4 All People airwaves will be having a conversation with Bay Area Artist Zach Pine. We will chat about art, nature,transformation, inspriation, and healing. As well we will talk about his experience at our lastest exhibtions art and healing festival, MUSE: The Art of Transformation and Healing at the Institute for Art and Healing at Commonweal in Bolinas, CA.
From Zach's website
My journey as an artist began during my childhood in Northern California, where I loved to make constructions on the beach from sand, rocks, and seaweed. Throughout my life, I've created art from and in nature as a personal practice. Since 2004 I've focused on the social and environmental dimensions of my art-- hosting group art-making events and workshops, teaching in public and private schools, training teachers and museum staff, and installing hands-on "Create-With-Nature Zones" in parks, schools, museums, and public spaces. My endeavors are in the tradition of social sculpture, in service to nature and to society. Collaboration with other artists, environmentalists, scientists, educators, and parents is key to my work. I strive to create models and methods for collective creativity; to connect people of all ages with each other and with the natural world; and to inspire joy, spontaneity, and environmental action.
Art 4 All People has a conversation with with Edie Hartshorne, a pioneer in the arts and healing field. Edie is one the featured artists in Art 4 All People's latest group exhibtion MUSE: The Art of Transformation and Healing. Which is three month exhibtion at Commonweal in Bolinas. MUSE is an enchanting offering of the art of healing, that inspires all to dance in the realms of art as form of empowerment and knowing. The intention for this Arts and Healing Exhibition is to harness the power of art, to create a deeper engagement and to shift the world’s attention towards empowerment, transformation and healing through Arts. The ultimate goal of the MUSE exhibit is to inspire, activate, educate and integrate Arts and Healing into our daily lives and systems. We inspire you to become an active participant and to ignite your genius in the art of life
In this radio show we will explore the power of art and healing through the MUSE and all its layers.
Listen in to our "Yes All People" show as we talk about all of the social and cultural issues that have come to the surface since the tragic shooting at UC Santa Barbara. We will discuss the issues of gender equality, and the #YesAllWomen and #NotAllMen hashtags that went viral.
Something needs to change in order to prevent these horrible acts of violence that occur around the world daily. The goal of this show is to shed some light and bridge any gaps, so that we may be able to better the world around us.
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National Freedom Day is an observance established in 1948 in the U.S. that honors the signing of a resolution that proposed the 13th amendment of the nation's constitution to outlaw slavery on February 1, 1865 and recognizes that America is a symbol of freedom.
National Freedom Day was to remind us that America stands for, and is a symbol of freedom for all people. The roots of this special day come directly from the end of slavery and the signing of the 13th amendment outlawing slavery.
Celebrate this day by reflecting upon your own freedoms that you enjoy by being fortunate enough to be in America. Millions of people in the world are not free. According to americaslibrary.gov National Freedom Day is defined as:
"[t]he purpose of this holiday is to promote good feelings, harmony, and equal opportunity among all citizens and to remember that the United States is a nation dedicated to the ideal of freedom.
Major Richard Robert Wright Sr., a former slave, fought to have a day when freedom for all Americans is celebrated. When Wright got his freedom, he went on to become a successful businessman and community leader in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Major Wright chose February 1 as National Freedom Day because it was the day in 1865 that President Lincoln signed the 13th Amendment to the Constitution.
An example of involuntary servitude is the secret, lifetime, generational involuntary or unwitting human subjects in America and International. For more visit www.ManifestTheTruth.com.
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