• 00:42

    BUILDING THE FUTURE OF EDUCATION: MUSEUMS & THE LEARNING ECOSYSTEM

    in Education

    BUILDING THE FUTURE OF EDUCATION: 


    MUSEUMS & THE LEARNING ECOSYSTEM


    Our guests are Elizabeth Merritt, Founding Director of the American Alliance of Museums'Center for the Future of Education ...and...Katherine Prince, Senior Director of Strategic Foresight for Knowledge Works


    www.knowledge works.org @worldoflearning 


    www.aam-us.org   @futureofmuseums


     

  • 02:01

    Railroad Museums: Are they important?

    in Hobbies

    This week, Let's Talk Trains invites two different Railroad Museums to  discuss their museums and their mission. The Georgia State Railroad museum will discuss their history and the future. The Houston Railroad Museum will discuss their plans for the future. Both museums will try and answer the perception of non railfans, calling some museums junkyards.

  • 00:33

    MUSEUMS AND EDUCATION

    in Education

    We heartliy welcome the president of The American Assoication of Museums Ford W . Bell to talk about these incredibly valuable resources all over the country and how educators can and should be tapping in to their expertise

  • 01:03

    Institutions -families communities museums

    in Education

    Dr. Lynn Dierking hosts with guest Dr. Jessica Luke, a faculty member in University of Washington's Museology program. She will talk about a study she recently completed with Dr. Marianna Adams, focused on family learning in interactive galleries in three art museums.

  • 00:34

    "CRAZYWISE" - Rethinking Madness with Director Phil Borges

    in Self Help

    Sister Jenna welcomes Phil Borges to the America Meditating Radio Show.  Phil is co-producing and co-directing the highly anticipated mental health-themed documentary entitled, "CRAZYWISE," along with Kevin Tomlinson.


    Phil Borges has been documenting indigenous and tribal cultures, for over 25 years, striving to create an understanding of the challenges they face. His work is exhibited in museums and galleries worldwide and his award-winning books have been published in four languages.  For his program, Stirring the Fire, Phil produced and filmed several short films, capturing the stories of women heroes and the issues they face all over the world, both as solo projects and in collaboration with organizations such as the UN Women and CARE.  He has hosted TV documentaries on indigenous cultures for Discovery and National Geographic channels and he lectures and teaches internationally.


    Kevin Tomlinson has been an independent Seattle-based producer, director and cameraman for over 30 years. He has earned numerous Emmys and Tellys for his network news camerawork. Kevin also directed and co-produced the award-winning feature documentary, "Back to the Garden," which screened internationally at more than 30 film festivals and was nominated for an Emmy Award in 2012.  He produces, directs and shoots documentaries with themes of social change. 


    Visit http://crazywisefilm.com  & Watch CRAZYWISE Trailer


    Get the Off the Grid Into the Heart CD by Sister Jenna.  Like America Meditating on FB & follow us on Twitter.

  • 00:31

    TRAVEL ITCH RADIO VISITS WITH LAURA BERARDUCCI!

    in Travel

    Ann Arbor, Michigan is the Travel Itch Radio headliner Thursday, March 5, when Laura Berarducci, director of marketing for the Ann Arbor Area Convention and Visitors Bureau, shares insider tips about music, cuisine, museums and more. 8 pm Eastern

  • 01:06

    Consider This Guest, Gina Citoli "Awakened Entertainment"

    in Spirituality

    Welcome! Gina Citoli is a dynamic, creative force introducing "Awakened Entertainment" and its benefits for our world. Dir. of New Earth Theatre for NEW EARTH NATION, Gina educates, communicates, inspires, enlightens, entertains, motivates and excites her audience. A background in theater, rock bands, metaphysics, evolution of consciousness and holistic healing wraps experience into one--delivering extraordinary, inspirational, motivational and empowering performances. Her amazing premier production "A Cabaret of Consciousness" has been called magnificent, brilliant and genius. Gina performed to standing ovations and rave reviews in NY's Battery Park; Den Design-Forum of the Museums Quarter in Vienna, Austria; and Beverly Hillshire Screening in California. She has phenomenal songs with Grammy-winning producer Barry Goldstein; her music was used by NASA; in environmental film and on international CD compilations for world peace. ginacitoli.com


    Live! Mondays @ 8pm Tune-in for spiritual evolutionary dialog from the heart uniting our world in Oneness honoring ALL perspectives in sacred traditions. Enjoy cutting-edge discussion with veteran, interspiritual minister co-hosts, Rev. Dr. Linda Marie Nelson and Rev. Dr. Nancy Ash. Raise vibrations with Doing a 360 meditations with music to re-calibrate consciousness. Since 2010, Consider This shows have inspired all to consider embracing the new paradigm. 


    Nancy: http://www.Doinga360.com


    Linda Marie: http://www.shekinahruha.org

  • 00:31

    SpokenHeard with Baruch Porras-Hernandez and Susan Dobbe Chase

    in Poetry

    Baruch Porras Hernandez has performed his writing all over California, from Museums to barbershops, to universities and even caves. He’s featured at poetry events in Canada, Washington D.C., L.A., and NYC. His work can be found in several anthologies like Assaracus, issue 17th with Sibling Rivalry Press, and Aim for the Head the Zombie Poetry Anthology, Multiverse the Super Hero Anthology both with Write Bloody Publishing.  He recently premiered his solo piece When I was a Color Kid with Marga Gomez’s Perfomerama showcase at The SF Oasis. He has been a resident artist in the spoken word program at the Banff Center in Alberta Canada 2011, and he is a Lambda Literary Fellow in Poetry 2014. He was born in Mexico, he lives in San Francisco.

  • 01:01

    SED 583 - Socio-Cultural Dimensions of Free-Choice Learning Intro to Module 4

    in Education

    In Module 4 we will be discussing the socio-cultural dimensions of institutions, moving beyond the nominal definition of them as organizations housed in buildings, to a socio-cultural definition in which institutions include all types of socially constructed organizations: families, museums, schools, communities, and society. Some of the questions we will discuss include: How do groups, communities and societies use and appropriate the resources of free-choice learning institutions to support their “institutional” needs, interests and identities? How have cultural institutions historically supported/inhibited the socio-cultural dimensions and outcomes of learning?  What strategies and approaches have they employed to try to be socio-culturally relevant?  Our special guest is Laura Huerta Migus, who took the helm as executive director of the Association of Children's Museums (ACM) this past June. Prior to that, Laura was Director of Professional Development and Inclusion Initiatives at the Association of Science-Technology Centers (ASTC) where she previously also held the position of Director of Equity and Diversity. Laura also served on the staff at ACM from 2004-2006, as a program officer for education and operations.  Laura Huerta Migus is a nonprofit professional with more than a decade of experience in professional development, technical assistance, and grant management with a special emphasis on informal learninglearning.environments and community change efforts.  She is currently working with institutions nationally to help them become more culturally competent and responsible so that they can be effective change agents in their communities.  I think it will be a great conversation!

  • 00:31

    Live Your Music - Margaux Joy DeNador and Guest Jerry Downs 02/11/15

    in Lifestyle

    Jerry Downs is my guest for Live Your Music on 02/11/15.


    Jerry Downs is an artist, photographer, and writer who lives 10 miles North of the Golden Gate Bridge in San Rafael, California. His work has appeared throughout the world in books, magazines and museums.


    Jerry was born the 5th of 11 children, had a horrible time in school and spent a large part of his life living hand to mouth trying to make a living and make sense of why he was born. Eventually he stopped trying so hard. Everything that has happened in his life has helped him understand that life is a creative act and joy is the only measure of success. Jerry is happy to be alive and enormously appreciative that anything exists at all.


    During the show I'll be talking with Jerry about his photography, his art, and his book Why You Were Born – which is about remembering the wonder we knew as children and how great it is to remember.


    To connect with Jerry Downs online, please visit his website:  www.jerrydownsphoto.com

  • 00:27

    Guest: Rich Olaya, Principal, Olaya Studio, LLC

    in Business

    Rich Olaya, Principal, Olaya Studio, LLC


    Olaya Studio offers a full range of architectural services to commercial, university and institutional clients. We produce unique, lasting and beautiful designs that benefit the occupant as well as the environment.


    www.olayastudio.com


    Rich Olaya, principal and founder of Olaya Studio, has been in the architecture field for over 24 years. His extensive experience of project types ranges from museums to university buildings and high rise multi-family buildings. Originally born in Bogota, Colombia, Mr. Olaya’s multi-cultural background provide clients with a unique global and cosmopolitan perspective. Simultaneously, as a longtime resident of Philadelphia, Mr. Olaya also has gained an intimate understanding of the region’s history and context.


    www.linkedin.com/pub/richard-olaya/7/a55/1b5


    https://twitter.com/r_olayastudio

Join Host Live Chats

Loading...
Loading...