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BC Culture Days Reignites Metro Vancouver Arts With Hybrid Lineup Of Events

BC Culture Days Reignites Metro Vancouver Arts With Hybrid Lineup Of Events

BC Culture Days announces a dynamic selection of interactive arts and cultural events taking place in Metro Vancouver and online at culturedays.ca/bc from September 24 to October 24, 2021.

The month-long celebration invites culture enthusiasts to reconnect with their communities by learning a new skill or discovering creative talents. Participants are asked to come together to ‘RE:IMAGINE’ a brighter future post-pandemic, enhanced through creative connection.

Featuring a wide range of activities in alignment with public health recommendations, BC Culture Days offers socially-distanced outdoor and pre-registered indoor events, pre-recorded video content, livestream presentations, self-guided activities, and more.

“There is incredible strength

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New American Indian group bringing cultural events to Mankato

Aug. 29—NORTH MANKATO — For centuries American Indians settled disputes with a game. That game with a stick and a ball inspired modern-day lacrosse. But that traditional game was lost as American Indians were pushed onto reservations.

A new group formed to promote Indigenous culture in the Mankato area is hosting an opportunity for all to learn about the lost game that is being revived.

The American Indian Cultural Events Group was at North Mankato’s Wheeler Park Saturday and will be back Sunday inviting families to learn about the history and try their hand at playing the traditional game.


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Italian Arts and Music Events Streamer ITsART Set to Roll Out in Europe, U.S. (EXCLUSIVE)

ITsArt, a new streaming platform dubbed the ‘Netflix of Italian Culture,’ is set to roll out across Europe in October and in the U.S. next year.

Commissioned by Italy’s culture ministry, the ad-supported and transactional-VoD service providing access to Italian culture was conceived during the pandemic when Italy’s cultural institutions suffered from a drop in physical visitors and tried to react with various disparate forms of digital distribution. The service offers content ranging from virtual monuments and museum tours to live opera, pop music, dance, theater as well as movies.

Unlike Netflix, it’s free to register to ITsArt.

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Events, concerts, things to do in Myrtle Beach, SC in August

August in Myrtle Beach is full of art this year. Why not get out of the house and see some?

Brookgreen Gardens is hosting several art shows where you can buy sculptures, art, jewelry and more. The Grand Strand also has several plays happening next month, from the mysterious story of the Lovers’ Landing Beach Hotel to the tough-as-nails “Steel Magnolias,” a tale about a group of women living in Louisiana. At the end of the month, the Craftsmen’s Summer Classic kicks off the fall festival season, as hundreds of artists gather to showcase and sell their

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