Tagged: Heritage

Accomplished women bare out their minds for peace between India-Pakistan, focussing on shared heritage, art, culture | India News

BATHINDA: Taking ahead the peace process between India and Pakistan by the activists of many shades, independent woman magazine eShe organised ‘Indo-Pak Peace Summit led by women’. Over 40 accomplished women from various shades of life came together in virtual summit to share their experiences and brainstorm for practicable solutions to build lasting peace in South Asia.
In a different kind of initiative involving only women, talks were held by peace activists from South Asia apart from Nobel Peace Prize nominee Scilla Elworthy as filmmakers, global youth activists, writers, designers joined hands.
Aekta Kapoor, founder and editor of eShe, said
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Lorain Arts Council highlights Black Heritage | Lorain County

The Lorain Arts Council, 737 Broadway, is shining a light on Black History Month with a monthlong exhibit featuring local artists.

The James F. Pye Community Art Exhibit is a collection of artwork created by children attending the Harrison Cultural Community Centre’s art workshop.

Lead artist Jeffrey Pye, the son of James Pye, is a self-taught artist and began the Start with Art program at Harrison as a way to uplift the community through the arts.


The James F. Pye Community Art Exhibit is featuring themes of Black heritage with new Hispanic component for 2021. 

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A Cross-Country Visit with the National Endowment for the Arts National Heritage Fellows On March 4th

The National Endowment for the Arts, in partnership with the National Council for the Traditional Arts, will present “The Culture of America: A Cross-Country Visit with the National Endowment for the Arts National Heritage Fellows” on March 4, 2021 at 8:00pm.  Join storyteller Queen Nur as she hosts a virtual trip across the country, taking viewers into the homes and communities where the 2020 National Heritage Fellows live and create. The pre-recorded virtual presentation will be webcast free to the public at arts.gov. No RSVP needed.

As part of this one-hour presentation, viewers will:

* Hear the soul

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