Cultural center – Shul 21 http://shul21.org/ Tue, 30 Nov 2021 05:28:01 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.8 https://shul21.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/10/icon-17-120x120.png Cultural center – Shul 21 http://shul21.org/ 32 32 “Greek Summer” by Charles Howard at the “Melina” Cultural Center of the Municipality of Athens https://shul21.org/greek-summer-by-charles-howard-at-the-melina-cultural-center-of-the-municipality-of-athens-2/ Mon, 29 Nov 2021 05:45:06 +0000 https://shul21.org/greek-summer-by-charles-howard-at-the-melina-cultural-center-of-the-municipality-of-athens-2/ His personal exhibition Charles howard, with title “Greek summer”, presents o Culture, Sports and Youth Organization of the Municipality of Athens(OPANDA) from December 4, 2021 to January 23, 2022 to “Melina” Cultural Center of the Municipality of Athens. There are no shadows in Charles Howard’s painting, the light has emerged victorious. If we consider that […]]]>

His personal exhibition Charles howard, with title “Greek summer”, presents o Culture, Sports and Youth Organization of the Municipality of Athens(OPANDA) from December 4, 2021 to January 23, 2022 to “Melina” Cultural Center of the Municipality of Athens.

There are no shadows in Charles Howard’s painting, the light has emerged victorious. If we consider that “beauty is a fight, the victory of light over shadow”, as Jacques Lacarrière observes in the Erotic Dictionary of Greece, Howard’s paintings attribute this fight, therefore the essence. beauty, in the most eloquent way.

In his painting, Howard deifies the woman – to be precise, the woman in the Greek landscape. Its theme includes female figures, usually nude or half-naked, with the sea and the bare mountains that make up the Greek summer.

These are portraits of women set in a simple landscape, which sometimes adorn a few islands, a reminder that these women, mostly anonymous, experience moments of recklessness and remorse. In these portraits, Howard emphasizes the features of the female face (cat eyes, brightly painted lips) by treating it like an exotic landscape. The mortal and Aphrodite are the main protagonists of his painting. The first refers us to the famous rebetiko Mortissa hasiklou (1933) by Markos Vamvakaris and the second to the “pure figure of Desire”, which is “the living proof that the human body is the cradle of life and the casket of the flesh. . », He writes in his Lacarrière dictionary.

The portraits that make up the Greek summer are framed by works inspired by the East and more specifically by Islamic art. Some of them, like The Gift (2003), are more narrative. But most – especially those belonging to the last decade – are abstract and, judging by the titles, appear to be depictions of places and countries (Misir refers to Egypt, Yazd to the Iranian city of the same name , Saray to a Turkish Palace). Howard experiments here with bright colors and their illusory character, recalling the works of Op Art painters, but also the theory of Johannes Itten and Josef Albers on the interaction of colors. These small, square-shaped works do not look like ceramic tiles by chance: they are, in a way, the mosaic of a passionate painting based on personal experiences and memories of places.

Howard’s paintings remind us of Jacques de Loustal, the eroticism of his images, their gentle carelessness. Indeed, Howard could very well be a painter with a painting style that also has remarkable painting on display. And vice versa, it could be a painter who was heavily influenced by comics or a painter who influenced comedians. In any case, if there is one thing to take away from Howard’s painting (a painting where the figures and the landscape are in harmony with each other), it is love: love for the Greece, love for specific people, places and cities, like the enchanting Istanbul in which he lived for a long time, finally the love of life.

Looking at his paintings, one gets the impression that the creator of these images lived a rich and happy life. Charles Howard “left” last September full of experiences, leaving behind a work that pulsates with vitality and evokes positive emotions. With this exhibition, Greece returns its love to him.

Expository Comissioner : Christoforos Marinos, art historian, curator of art exhibitions and OPANDA activities

Pictures: Menelaus Myrillas © OPANDA

In the exhibition space, all the measures necessary to respect the sanitary rules, but also the operating rules of the spaces, will be observed, according to the instructions of EODY and the National Committee for the Protection of Public Health.

The entry, according to the health protocols in force, is authorized to those who have:

  • vaccinated
  • get sick (up to 6 months after diagnosis) and
  • in minors, from 4 to 17 years old, with demonstration of a negative self-test (self-test)

The use of a medical mask is compulsory during the public’s stay in the exhibition space.

The start of the exhibition Will take place Saturday, December 4, 2021

Exposure time: December 4, 2021 – January 23, 2022

Business hours: Tuesday-Friday: 11 am-7pm, Saturday-Sunday 10 am-3pm, Monday closed

Entrance to the public is free.

“Melina” Cultural Center of the Municipality of Athens: Iraklidon 66 and Thessaloniki – Thiseio, Information: 210 3452150, Metro station: Kerameikos | www.opanda.gr


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“Women and Culture”: annual “WeFor” event at the “Hellenic World” Cultural Center https://shul21.org/women-and-culture-annual-wefor-event-at-the-hellenic-world-cultural-center/ Fri, 26 Nov 2021 11:42:37 +0000 https://shul21.org/women-and-culture-annual-wefor-event-at-the-hellenic-world-cultural-center/ That’s it On Saturday 4th December the annual “Hellenic World” event takes place at the “Hellenic World” Cultural CenterFor us“On the subject “Women and culture”, under his auspices UNESCO (Piraeus and Islands Group), Municipality of Athens and his National Network of Chambers of Greek Women Entrepreneurs (EEDEGE). From a timeless perspective, in the presence of […]]]>

That’s it On Saturday 4th December the annual “Hellenic World” event takes place at the “Hellenic World” Cultural CenterFor us“On the subject “Women and culture”, under his auspices UNESCO (Piraeus and Islands Group), Municipality of Athens and his National Network of Chambers of Greek Women Entrepreneurs (EEDEGE).

From a timeless perspective, in the presence of distinguished and renowned personalities, but also students of the field of Culture, there will be a discussion on the role that women have and can play in this field in the years to come, as well as the protests that he acquires the role in Greece in 2021.

The event will take place in the presence of the General Secretary for Demographic and Family Policy and Gender Equality, Ms. Gianna Hormova and the lady Sofia Kounenaki – Efraimoglou, Vice-President of the Hellenic World Foundation and President of EEDEGE. The participants in the discussion will also be the lady Matina Goga, Communication and Curriculum Development Coordinator at the Center for Greek Studies at Harvard University in Greece, Programmer and Founder of USEUM, Luminous Valeonti and the actor Maximos Moumouris. The moderator of the discussion will be the journalist and presenter Anagnostopoulou gifts.

The non-profit organization WeFor

Each year is dedicated to a unique theme and aims to dynamically promote social issues, through actions, initiatives and, above all, the organization of events. For 2021, the WeFor “WeForWomen” campaign has Focus on women and equality. Discrimination can target a specific gender, but addressing it affects us all. As part of the holistic approach that the organization strives to serve, the “WeForWomen” campaign throws a curtain on an event that aims to highlight the The importance of women through the enlightenment of culture.

The event will end with a musical performance by Pavlina Voulgaraki.

The action will take place on Saturday 4 December at 12:30 pm in the “Iphigénie” room, of the “Hellenic World” Cultural Center of the Hellenic World Foundation, respecting all the necessary health protocols.

Due to COVID-19, places are limited.

You can reserve your place by paying a symbolic amount, here:

https://www.eventora.com/en/Events/final-cut-bridge-between-cultu-1

* The proceeds of the appeals will be donated to the non-governmental organization AMAKA to support its actions on gender equality issues.


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“Greek Summer” by Charles Howard at the “Melina” Cultural Center of the Municipality of Athens https://shul21.org/greek-summer-by-charles-howard-at-the-melina-cultural-center-of-the-municipality-of-athens/ Thu, 25 Nov 2021 12:28:43 +0000 https://shul21.org/greek-summer-by-charles-howard-at-the-melina-cultural-center-of-the-municipality-of-athens/ His personal exhibition Charles howard, with title “Greek summer”, present o Culture, Sports and Youth Organization of the Municipality of Athens(OPANDA) from December 4, 2021 to January 23, 2022 to “Melina” Cultural Center of the Municipality of Athens. There are no shadows in Charles Howard’s painting, the light has emerged victorious. If we consider that […]]]>

His personal exhibition Charles howard, with title “Greek summer”, present o Culture, Sports and Youth Organization of the Municipality of Athens(OPANDA) from December 4, 2021 to January 23, 2022 to “Melina” Cultural Center of the Municipality of Athens.

There are no shadows in Charles Howard’s painting, the light has emerged victorious. If we consider that “beauty is a fight, the victory of light over shadow”, as Jacques Lacarrière observes in the Erotic Dictionary of Greece, Howard’s paintings attribute this fight, therefore the essence. beauty, in the most eloquent way.

In his painting, Howard deifies the woman – to be precise, the woman in the Greek landscape. Its theme includes female figures, usually nude or half-naked, with the sea and the bare mountains that make up the Greek summer.

These are portraits of women set in a simple landscape, which sometimes adorn a few islands, a reminder that these women, mostly anonymous, experience moments of recklessness and remorse. In these portraits, Howard emphasizes the features of the female face (cat eyes, brightly painted lips) by treating it like an exotic landscape. The mortal and Aphrodite are the main protagonists of his painting. The first refers us to the famous rebetiko Mortissa hasiklou (1933) by Markos Vamvakaris and the second to the “pure figure of Desire”, which is “the living proof that the human body is the cradle of life and the casket of the flesh. . », He writes in his Lacarrière dictionary.

The portraits that make up the Greek summer are framed by works inspired by the East and more specifically by Islamic art. Some of them, like The Gift (2003), are more narrative. But most – especially those belonging to the last decade – are abstract and, judging by the titles, appear to be depictions of places and countries (Misir refers to Egypt, Yazd to the Iranian city of the same name , Saray to a Turkish Palace). Howard experiments here with bright colors and their illusory character, recalling the works of Op Art painters, but also the theory of Johannes Itten and Josef Albers on the interaction of colors. These small, square-shaped works do not look like ceramic tiles by chance: they are, in a way, the mosaic of a passionate painting based on personal experiences and memories of places.

Howard’s paintings remind us of Jacques de Loustal, the eroticism of his images, their gentle carelessness. Indeed, Howard could very well be a painter with a painting style that also has remarkable painting on display. And vice versa, it could be a painter who was heavily influenced by comics or a painter who influenced comedians. In any case, if there is one thing to take away from Howard’s painting (a painting where the figures and the landscape are in harmony with each other), it is love: love for the Greece, love for specific people, places and cities, like the enchanting Istanbul in which he lived for a long time, finally the love of life.

Looking at his paintings, one gets the impression that the creator of these images lived a rich and happy life. Charles Howard “left” last September full of experiences, leaving behind a work that pulsates with vitality and evokes positive emotions. With this exhibition, Greece returns its love to him.

Expository Comissioner : Christoforos Marinos, art historian, curator of art exhibitions and OPANDA activities

Pictures: Menelaus Myrillas © OPANDA

In the exhibition space, all the measures necessary to respect the sanitary rules, but also the operating rules of the spaces will be observed, according to the instructions of EODY and the National Committee for the Protection of Public Health.

The entry, according to the health protocols in force, is authorized to those who have:

  • vaccinated
  • get sick (up to 6 months after diagnosis) and
  • in minors, from 4 to 17 years old, with demonstration of a negative self-test (self-test)

The use of a medical mask is compulsory during the public’s stay in the exhibition space.

The start of the exhibition Will take place Saturday, December 4, 2021

Exposure time: December 4, 2021 – January 23, 2022

Business hours: Tuesday-Friday: 11 am-7pm, Saturday-Sunday 10 am-3pm, Monday closed

Entrance to the public is free.

“Melina” Cultural Center of the Municipality of Athens: Iraklidon 66 and Thessaloniki – Thiseio, Information: 210 3452150, Metro station: Kerameikos | www.opanda.gr


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Korean Cultural Center in Chicago Hosts K-experience “Squid Games” at Wheeling https://shul21.org/korean-cultural-center-in-chicago-hosts-k-experience-squid-games-at-wheeling/ Tue, 23 Nov 2021 01:31:53 +0000 https://shul21.org/korean-cultural-center-in-chicago-hosts-k-experience-squid-games-at-wheeling/ The Chicago Korean Cultural Center in Wheeling hosted the K-experience “Squid Games” event amid the huge popularity of the Netflix drama K of the same name. The main objective of the event was to promote these childhood games well. Eighty pre-recorded participants were divided into six groups and had the opportunity to experience a total […]]]>

The Chicago Korean Cultural Center in Wheeling hosted the K-experience “Squid Games” event amid the huge popularity of the Netflix drama K of the same name.

The main objective of the event was to promote these childhood games well. Eighty pre-recorded participants were divided into six groups and had the opportunity to experience a total of six games including Squid Game, Dalgona Candy, Marbles, Ddakji Game, Tug-of-War and Red Light-Green Light.

After completing all the games, the winners of each game received Korean snacks and treats, while the winners of each group received packages of Korean snacks.

Hannah Yoon, a first year student at Glenbrook North High School and grand prize winner, said: “It was exciting to see a lot of different people of all ages at the event. I liked the way all the games were organized and encouraging. the hosts were. I feel like I got to know a lot of new people, and our interactions and constant support for each other led to our team winning. “

A total of 45 volunteers, including Korean Culture Center junior student ambassadors, have spent the past six weeks preparing for the event. All the volunteers helped to animate the games in the event hall, gallery, museum and park of the cultural center of the center.

But above all, having fun with the participants made this event a success. On Facebook, the event was shared by over 4,000 people and reached 500,000. It was successful in promoting these games as safe and fun, where the Netflix drama described them as violent and dangerous. It was a fun event the whole family enjoyed, with participants from young children to adults in their 30s and 40s – a party atmosphere for everyone.

Meanwhile, the staging (wall decals) and play equipment prepared at the Korean Cultural Center, 9930 Capitol Drive, Wheeling, will be available to visitors until the end of December. Visitors are welcome from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturdays to experience the game and take photos. Free entry; advance reservations are required for group tours at event@kccoc.org.

The Korean Cultural Center of Chicago (KCCoC) is a non-profit organization whose mission is to promote and organize Korean cultural, artistic, educational and social activities. KCCoC seeks to be a community landmark where people of all ethnicities can come together and explore Korean traditions and culture through various courses, programs and events. About 80,000 visitors visit the cultural center each year. KCCoC strongly encourages intercultural understanding which can embrace and enable all people to coexist peacefully.

For more information, visit www.kccoc.org.


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Nexstar Media: Charitable Foundation donates $ 10,000 to the National Hispanic Cultural Center Foundation in Albuquerque, New Mexico https://shul21.org/nexstar-media-charitable-foundation-donates-10000-to-the-national-hispanic-cultural-center-foundation-in-albuquerque-new-mexico/ Fri, 19 Nov 2021 16:14:16 +0000 https://shul21.org/nexstar-media-charitable-foundation-donates-10000-to-the-national-hispanic-cultural-center-foundation-in-albuquerque-new-mexico/ IRVING, TX (Nov 19, 2021) – The Nexstar Media Charitable Foundation and KRQE-TV, the Nexstar Media Inc. television station serving Albuquerque, New Mexico, and surrounding areas, today announced that the Foundation will donate $ 10,000 to the National Hispanic Cultural Center Foundation (NHCCF), located in the historic Albuquerque neighborhood of Barelas. The Center is dedicated […]]]>

IRVING, TX (Nov 19, 2021) – The Nexstar Media Charitable Foundation and KRQE-TV, the Nexstar Media Inc. television station serving Albuquerque, New Mexico, and surrounding areas, today announced that the Foundation will donate $ 10,000 to the National Hispanic Cultural Center Foundation (NHCCF), located in the historic Albuquerque neighborhood of Barelas.

The Center is dedicated to the preservation, promotion and advancement of Hispanic culture, arts and humanities. The Center features exhibitions, lectures, book readings, performing arts, and educational programs that are meaningful to the local community. It offers Hispanic, Chicano and Latino artists a place to showcase their work and take it to the national stage. The NHCCF is committed to creating a cultural home for the diverse identities that shape the Hispanic community.

The centre’s campus spans over 20 acres, including a plaza, three theaters, an art museum, historic building and education center, library, and genealogy center. The NHCCF is also home to the Spanish Resource Center, a branch of the Spanish Embassy, ​​and the Instituto Cervantes. KRQE-TV has a long-standing relationship with the Center, being one of the organization’s media partners, broadcasting public service announcements and helping with marketing and fundraising.

“The NHCC Foundation is grateful for the partnership with Nexstar Media Group, Inc.,” said NHCCF Executive Director Roberta Ricci. “Their recent funding to support the programming of the Hispanic National Cultural Center aligns with their values ​​to support innovative local programs and in doing so will help us expand the reach of the Center of its educational and mission-oriented programming created to engage people of all ages. , advancing and preserving Hispanic art, culture and humanities in our community, both locally and nationally. ”

Commenting on the donation, Bill Anderson, vice president and general manager of KRQE-TV said, “The National Hispanic Cultural Center is a true gem, not only for Albuquerque, but for the whole of the United States. The Centre’s wide variety of programs, exhibits, and learning opportunities, are a great reminder of the significant contributions made by people of Hispanic, Chicano and Latin descent throughout the history of this country-KRQE -TV is committed to ensuring the success of the Center. Giving back to the communities served by Nexstar across the country is at the heart of the company’s mission, and we are proud that the Nexstar Media Foundation is making this donation of $ 10,000 in recognition of the deep relationship that KRQE-TV and its employees. maintain with the Center. ”

The mission of the Nexstar Media Charitable Foundation is to contribute and work with public charities and non-profit organizations to improve the communities in which Nexstar Media and its subsidiaries do business. The foundation was established in 1958 and donates approximately $ 350,000 per year.

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Nexstar Media Group, Inc. (NASDAQ: NXST) is a leading diversified media company leveraging localism to bring new services and value to consumers and advertisers through its traditional, digital and mobile media platforms. Its wholly owned operating subsidiary, Nexstar Media Inc., is made up of three divisions: Broadcasting, Digital and Networking. The Broadcasting Division operates, schedules or provides sales and other services to 199 television stations and related digital multicast signals reaching 116 markets or approximately 39% of all U.S. television households (reflecting the UHF discount from the FCC). The division’s portfolio includes the main subsidiaries of NBC, CBS, ABC, FOX, MyNetworkTV and The CW. The digital division operates 120 local websites and 284 mobile apps delivering hyper-local content and verticals for consumers and advertisers, allowing audiences to choose where, when and how to access content and creating new revenue opportunities for the company. The Networks division operates NewsNation, formerly WGN America, a national cable news and entertainment network reaching 75 million television homes, the Antenna TV and Rewind TV multicast networks, and WGN Radio in Chicago. Nexstar also owns a 31.3% stake in TV Food Network, a leading cable asset. For more information, please visit www.nexstar.tv.

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Developers bring Latin cultural center, affordable housing and mixed-use project to West Humboldt park sites https://shul21.org/developers-bring-latin-cultural-center-affordable-housing-and-mixed-use-project-to-west-humboldt-park-sites/ Thu, 18 Nov 2021 16:59:04 +0000 https://shul21.org/developers-bring-latin-cultural-center-affordable-housing-and-mixed-use-project-to-west-humboldt-park-sites/ WEST HUMBOLDT PARK – Two sites in West Humboldt Park that have languished in recent years will be brought back to life as part of a city plan that took a step forward this week. The city has selected Park Row Development and architectural firm JGMA to redevelop the former Pioneer Bank site on North […]]]>

WEST HUMBOLDT PARK – Two sites in West Humboldt Park that have languished in recent years will be brought back to life as part of a city plan that took a step forward this week.

The city has selected Park Row Development and architectural firm JGMA to redevelop the former Pioneer Bank site on North Avenue and Pulaski Road, according to a press release on Thursday. The developer’s plans call for a Latin cultural center, business incubation space, offices and a possible library branch in the 1920s bank building and a nine-story, 75-unit affordable housing building on the neighboring land. .

Further south, a trio of developers – Pulaski Road KMW Communities, Preservation of Affordable Housing and CEC – have been selected to greatly revive the avenues of Chicago and Central Park that house the small building of the Neighborhood Housing Services organization, according to the city. .

The developers plan to build a 44-unit mixed-income complex with about 21,000 square feet of dining, gym and daycare space, according to the city. The project will include an office for neighborhood housing services.

Credit: City of Chicago
A rendering of The Ave., an upcoming project on Chicago Avenues and Central Park in West Humboldt Park.

The development proposals were submitted as part of Mayor Lori Lightfoot’s Invest South / West initiative, which aims to revitalize neighborhoods on the south and west sides.

Also on Thursday, the city announced that developers DL3 Realty, Revere Properties and Claretian will revitalize the neighborhood near Metra Cheltenham station and the Ringer Building on the South Rim.

“These three projects demonstrate that Invest South / West is working where it matters most, in the heart of neighborhoods that have been neglected by the city and the private sector for too long,” Lightfoot said in the statement.

The city’s announcement comes after a year-long bidding process that weighed the community’s contribution.

Park Row Development, a company run by Matt Mosher, defeated Hispanic Housing Development Corp. to redevelop the Pioneer Bank building, vacant for over a dozen years, and the adjoining land. Hispanic Housing proposal was similar in concept, but had a different layout and design.

The winning proposal, called Team Pioneros, will cost around $ 53.9 million, according to the city. A construction schedule was not provided.

The modern design of the project was brought up at a community meeting in September, with a neighbor remarking that it looks more like a downtown office than an affordable housing complex.

Juan Moreno, from JGMA, replied: “I actually think that’s a wonderful compliment.”

“I really like changing the narrative of what we think of as affordable housing, and I think beautiful spaces like these are what our community and our residents deserve,” said Moreno.

The city said the Chicago Avenue and Central Park redevelopment project, dubbed The Ave., is expected to cost $ 25.3 million.

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Indian Cultural Center Pueblo starts the season with the holiday market https://shul21.org/indian-cultural-center-pueblo-starts-the-season-with-the-holiday-market/ Fri, 12 Nov 2021 21:19:21 +0000 https://shul21.org/indian-cultural-center-pueblo-starts-the-season-with-the-holiday-market/ Details Through Indigenous News Online Staff November 12, 2021 The Pueblo Indian Cultural Center (IPCC) kicks off the holiday season with the first Pueblo Santa Holiday Market on Saturday, November 13 from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. in the IPCC courtyard in Albuquerque, NM Guests will have the opportunity to shop directly from Indigenous artists. […]]]>

The Pueblo Indian Cultural Center (IPCC) kicks off the holiday season with the first Pueblo Santa Holiday Market on Saturday, November 13 from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. in the IPCC courtyard in Albuquerque, NM

Guests will have the opportunity to shop directly from Indigenous artists. There will also be storytelling with Emmett Garcia (Santa Ana and Jemez Pueblos), ornamental creations and cultural dance performances by the Sky City Buffalo Ram Dancers (Acoma Pueblo) and the Cellicion Traditional Dancers (Zuni Pueblo).

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Guests can also have their picture taken with Pueblo Santa. Indian Pueblo Kitchen will offer a menu that includes posole, green chili stew, fried bread, and Pueblo pies and cookies.

“The Pueblo Santa Holiday Market will be a wonderful festive event for the whole family,” Alicia Ortiz, IPCC director of cultural arts and programs, said in a press release. “We invite everyone to join Pueblo Santa for a fun day of culture, art, food and dance as we welcome the holiday season at the IPCC.”

The schedule for the Pueblo Santa Holiday Market is as follows:

DANCE SHOWS:

10:00 a.m. and 1:00 p.m. Sky City Buffalo Ram Dancers (Acoma Pueblo)

11:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m. Traditional dancers of the Cellicion (Zuni Pueblo)

TALE:

12h00-13h00 Emmett Garcia (Santa Ana & Jemez Pueblo)

ARTS AND CRAFTS FOR CHILDREN:

13h00-15h00 Making of felt moccasin ornaments

Hosted by the IPCC Education Department

Admission is free for IPCC members or included in museum admission.

The Pueblo Indian Cultural Center is located at 2401 12th Street NW, just north of I-40 in Albuquerque.

About the Pueblo Indian Cultural Center:

Founded in 1976 by the 19 Pueblo Tribes of New Mexico, the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center is a world-class museum and cultural center located in the historic 19 Pueblo District. The IPCC is a non-profit organization whose mission is to preserve and perpetuate the Pueblo culture and advance understanding by presenting with dignity and respect the achievements and evolution of the history of the Pueblo peoples of New Mexico. . Visitors can learn a fascinating history, shop for Indigenous jewelry and artwork, watch a cultural dance, hear Indigenous languages, and experience the flavors of traditional and contemporary Indigenous cuisine. For more information, please visit: www.indianpueblo.org and www.facebook.com/IndianPueblo

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Upcoming community services and events – BladenOnline.com https://shul21.org/upcoming-community-services-and-events-bladenonline-com/ Fri, 12 Nov 2021 19:26:06 +0000 https://shul21.org/upcoming-community-services-and-events-bladenonline-com/ By Cara Beth Lewis The Spaulding Monroe Cultural Center in Bladenboro was once a school and now serves as an outreach center. The Spaulding Monroe Alumni Association hosts events and fundraisers, provides services to veterans and local residents in need, and even has a thrift store in the Spaulding Monroe building that raises funds for […]]]>

By Cara Beth Lewis

The Spaulding Monroe Cultural Center in Bladenboro was once a school and now serves as an outreach center. The Spaulding Monroe Alumni Association hosts events and fundraisers, provides services to veterans and local residents in need, and even has a thrift store in the Spaulding Monroe building that raises funds for the Alumni Association.

Spaulding Monroe Alumni Association is a non-profit organization. The group invites members of the community to join, whether or not they are Spaulding Monroe alumni. Everyone is welcome. The Alumni Association meets at the Spaulding Monroe Cultural Center on the third Monday of each month at 6.30 p.m.

The thrift store operated by the Alumni Association is located inside the Spaulding Monroe Cultural Center. The thrift store accepts donations and all profits are donated to the Alumni Association. They have clothes for babies, kids, men and women, shoes, wigs and matching nick-nacks. In addition, the women of the Alumni Association handcraft blankets, hats, crochet scarves, as well as aprons and pillows, all of which are for sale in the thrift store. Sadie Freeman is a member of the Spaulding Monroe Alumni Association and she helps run the thrift store. She said: “We also donate to people who come and who are in need. »The thrift store is open Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays from 10 am to 12 noon.

Luther Wright, a member of the Veterans Association and Veterans Services Officer, is also located at the Spaulding Monroe Cultural Center, where he works with Disabled American Veterans, an organization that helps veterans meet a variety of needs. Wright said, “We are trying to continue to help local veterans. Wright helps Veterans meet their emergency food and shelter needs, veterans allowances and more, at no cost. If you are or know a veteran in need of help, visit Luther Wright at the Spaulding Monroe Cultural Center on Fridays between 10 a.m. and 1 p.m.

On November 18, Spaulding Monroe is partnering with the Second Harvest Food Bank and will be distributing food to those in need starting at 10 a.m.

On November 20, there will be a BBQ Plates fundraiser starting at 10 a.m. and running while supplies last. The plates will be sold for a donation of $ 10 and will include a barbecue, baked beans, coleslaw and a bun. This event is organized by the Alumni Association to raise funds for their work.

Spaulding Monroe Alumni Association accepts donations and welcomes new members and volunteers.

The Spaulding Monroe Cultural Center is located at 508 Martin Luther King Jr. Drive in Bladenboro.


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Bringing Laughter and the Arts to the Community: The Phalen Cultural Center to Host a Free Community … | Your money https://shul21.org/bringing-laughter-and-the-arts-to-the-community-the-phalen-cultural-center-to-host-a-free-community-your-money/ Thu, 04 Nov 2021 09:00:00 +0000 https://shul21.org/bringing-laughter-and-the-arts-to-the-community-the-phalen-cultural-center-to-host-a-free-community-your-money/ Indianapolis, Indiana, November 04, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – (Indianapolis, IN) – Starting Saturday, November 13, the Phalen Cultural Center will open its doors to the community with two free events, the Thanksgiving For Laughter Comedy Show (November 13 ) and The Brave by the Iibada Dance Company (Dec. 4). These events mark the first community […]]]>

Indianapolis, Indiana, November 04, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – (Indianapolis, IN) – Starting Saturday, November 13, the Phalen Cultural Center will open its doors to the community with two free events, the Thanksgiving For Laughter Comedy Show (November 13 ) and The Brave by the Iibada Dance Company (Dec. 4).

These events mark the first community openings in the Far Eastside’s newest and most revolutionary arts hub. The Center, located next to the James and Rosemary Phalen Leadership Academy [4352 N. Mitthoeffer Rd, Indianapolis, IN 46235] is a state-of-the-art building designed to be a powerhouse of diversity and creativity offering artistic production, programming and a beautiful safe space for the local community.

“We are thrilled to bring such wonderful artistic programming to the Far East at no cost to our academics, families and community members,” said Earl Martin Phalen, Founder and CEO of PLA. “The Phalen Cultural Center is an extension of the work we do every day in our schools to enrich the lives of our academics and the communities in which we serve. These are our first of many shows. We look forward to seeing everyone here and creating more great opportunities to come together and enjoy the arts. ”

The Thankful For Laughter comedy show takes place on Saturday, November 13 at 2 p.m. ET. The show features some of the country’s funniest and most entertaining headlining comedians. COVID security practices will be in effect, so space is limited. Tickets are now available. Guests must confirm their attendance at https://phalen.info/comedyshow.

On December 4 at 2 p.m., the Center will host The Brave of the Iibada Dance Company, which celebrates the call to duty of our beloved veterans and soldiers. During this performance, participants can learn the history, stories and accomplishments of our veterans portrayed in a dance production. Guests can RSVP by visiting https://phalen.info/TheBrave.

PLA event planners and leaders are delighted to host these free events and stand at the forefront of building a cultural center for the performing arts in Indy’s Far East . To learn more, visit PhalenAcademies.org.

About Phalen Leadership Academies: Phalen Leadership Academies is a non-profit school management organization with more than 25 schools across the country in Indiana, Ohio, Texas, Alabama, Michigan and Washington DC

For more information on Phalen Leadership Academies (PLA) and its commitment to educating academics all over the world, please visit https://www.phalenacademies.org/ or to donate to support Phalen’s efforts, visit DonatePLA .org

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Michelle Mcconnico Phalen Leadership Academies 4049737663 MMcConnico@phalenacademies.org

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The Phalen Cultural Center will host free community events in November and December https://shul21.org/the-phalen-cultural-center-will-host-free-community-events-in-november-and-december/ Thu, 04 Nov 2021 09:00:00 +0000 https://shul21.org/the-phalen-cultural-center-will-host-free-community-events-in-november-and-december/ Announcement of free community performances November 13 event The Thankful For Laughter comedy show takes place on Saturday, November 13 at 2 p.m. ET. The show features some of the country’s funniest and most entertaining comedians headlining The Thankful For Laughter comedy show takes place on Saturday, November 13 at 2 p.m. ET. The show […]]]>

Announcement of free community performances

November 13 event

The Thankful For Laughter comedy show takes place on Saturday, November 13 at 2 p.m. ET. The show features some of the country’s funniest and most entertaining comedians headlining

The Thankful For Laughter comedy show takes place on Saturday, November 13 at 2 p.m. ET. The show features some of the country’s funniest and most entertaining comedians headlining

December 4th event

On December 4 at 2 p.m., the Center will host The Brave of the Iibada Dance Company, which celebrates the call of duty of our beloved veterans and soldiers.

On December 4 at 2 p.m., the Center will host The Brave of the Iibada Dance Company, which celebrates the call to duty of our beloved veterans and soldiers.

On December 4 at 2 p.m., the Center will host The Brave of the Iibada Dance Company, which celebrates the call to duty of our beloved veterans and soldiers.

Indianapolis, Indiana, November 04, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – (Indianapolis, IN) – Starting Saturday, November 13, the Phalen Cultural Center will open its doors to the community with two free events, the Thanksgiving For Laughter Comedy Show (November 13 ) and The Brave by the Iibada Dance Company (Dec. 4).

These events mark the first community openings in the Far Eastside’s newest and most revolutionary arts hub. The Center, located next to the James and Rosemary Phalen Leadership Academy [4352 N. Mitthoeffer Rd, Indianapolis, IN 46235] is a state-of-the-art building designed to be a powerhouse of diversity and creativity offering artistic production, programming and a beautiful safe space for the local community.

“We are thrilled to bring such wonderful artistic programming to the Far Eastside at no cost to our academics, families and community members,” said Earl Martin Phalen, Founder and CEO of PLA. “The Phalen Cultural Center is an extension of the work we do every day in our schools to enrich the lives of our academics and the communities in which we serve. These are our first of many shows. We look forward to seeing everyone here and creating more great opportunities to come together and enjoy the arts. “

The Thankful For Laughter comedy show will take place on Saturday, November 13 at 2 p.m. ET. The show features some of the funniest and most entertaining comedians in the country headlining. COVID security practices will be in effect, so space is limited. Tickets are now available. Guests must confirm their attendance at https://phalen.info/comedyshow.

On December 4 at 2 p.m., the Center will host The Brave of the Iibada Dance Company, which celebrates the call to duty of our beloved veterans and soldiers. During this performance, participants can learn the history, stories and accomplishments of our veterans portrayed in a dance production. Guests can RSVP by visiting https://phalen.info/TheBrave.

PLA event planners and leaders are delighted to host these free events and stand at the forefront of building a cultural center for the performing arts in Indy’s Far East . To learn more, visit PhalenAcademies.org.

About Phalen Leadership Academies: Phalen Leadership Academies is a non-profit school management organization with more than 25 schools across the country in Indiana, Ohio, Texas, Alabama, Michigan and Washington DC

For more information on Phalen Leadership Academies (PLA) and its commitment to educating academics all over the world, please visit https://www.phalenacademies.org/ or to donate to support Phalen’s efforts, visit DonatePLA .org

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CONTACT: Michelle Mcconnico Phalen Leadership Academies 4049737663 MMcConnico@phalenacademies.org


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