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The Lint Center for National Security Studies is pleased to announce the McGaughey Family Scholarship ($1,000). - February 19, 2018 - Lint Center for National Security Studies
Walker’s Legacy video series highlights success stories of notable professional Black women in entrepreneurship, health, politics, and beyond. - February 13, 2018 - Walker's Legacy
The ACCS Oscar Viewing Gala, “China Night,” a multi-cultural celebration and Oscar-viewing awards gala just announced the appointment of Richard Walters, President of Smash Music and a leader of Bold Film, as the Advisor of ACCS Oscars China Night Committee. He is a son of Norby Walters, the founder of a Hollywood Oscar viewing party, Night of 100 Stars, and a co-host of Night of 100 Stars for many years. - February 12, 2018 - American-Chinese CEO Society (ACCS)
Sunday, February 11, 2018 is 2-1-1 Day to Celebrate Human Life Service Line. - February 11, 2018 - Get Involved Company
A community dedication celebration inducting the new Torah into the Center for Jewish Life has been slated for March 11, 2018, to coincide with the tenth yahrtzeit, or anniversary, of the late Dr. Bergstein’s passing. - February 09, 2018 - Conejo Jewish Academy
Robert A. Foster brings over 30 years of experience to the position. - February 02, 2018 - The World Affairs Council of St. Louis
ACCS is excited to announce its Oscars China Night, an Oscar viewing gala with CEO Awards ceremony to take place on Sunday March 4 at Beverly Hills Sofitel Hotel. - February 01, 2018 - American-Chinese CEO Society (ACCS)
Opens Regional Offices in New York City. - January 25, 2018 - Tate and Tryon
Kobie Boykins, Mechanical Engineer at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory, is the Lead Designer of the Mars Exploration Rovers Currently in Space - January 24, 2018 - Cradle of Aviation Museum
Otto Neumann’s (1895, Heidelberg - 1975, Munich) early work as an Expressionist painter and printmaker, evolved over 60 years. Neumann worked continuously even as he survived the Third Reich with his wife Hilde Rothschild, who was Jewish. Otto’s art was labeled “degenerate” by the Nazis (an automatic honorific). All of Neumann's work is imbued with a rare and strange intensity. In 2 major exhibitions, over 150 works / artifacts will be exhibited, complimented by receptions, lectures and events. - January 20, 2018 - Rare Nest Gallery
Columbia Law School’s Public Rights/Private Conscience Project and Public Health Solutions announce the release of a groundbreaking report on how the rules governing care at Catholic-affiliated hospitals in the U.S. impact women of color’s access to reproductive health care. - January 11, 2018 - The Center for Gender & Sexuality Law
The Capital Swing Dancers of Sacramento invite you to join them at the 26th Annual Capital Swing Convention at the DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel at 2001 Point West Way. - January 11, 2018 - Capital Swing Dancers
Fayetteville Plastic Surgery Specialists will celebrate the 6th annual Evening of Excellence: Gatsby Gala by channeling the independence and confidence of 1920's flappers. Guest will be provided education about cosmetic procedures for the face, body, skin, and hair in a unique party atmosphere. Admission will be free with registration. - January 10, 2018 - Fayetteville Plastic Surgery Specialists
Even though Prince was an internationally renowned artist, little is known about the impact of religion and spirituality on his music and artistic expression. Through this Call for Submissions on the Theology of Prince, United Theological Seminary of the Twin Cities will curate and publish art, poems, essays, and academic papers from a variety of religious, spiritual, and theological perspectives. - January 09, 2018 - United Theological Seminary of the Twin Cities
The LA Art Show, Los Angeles’ largest international art fair, is returning for its 23rd annual showcase on January 10 – 14, 2018 at the Los Angeles Convention Center. Hailing from Taiwan, Fun Year Art Gallery is returning to LA Art Show for its second year, exhibiting unique works from three Taiwanese artists, Tsai Cheng-I, Liao Pen-Shen and Tai Ming-Te. - January 09, 2018 - Taiwan Academy in Los Angeles
Museum Hack, a New York City-based renegade museum tour company is pleased to announce the appointment of Tasia Duske as CEO, effective immediately. Duske was hired in March 2016 as Staff Manager and promoted to Chief of Staff in October of the same year. In that role, Tasia worked very closely with... - January 06, 2018 - Museum Hack
Terry: The Serious Actor - Directed by Madeline Stephenson
In the golden days of silent film in Hollywood, things were not always what they seemed.
Madeline studied filmmaking at the New York Film Academy in both LA and Florence, Italy. In 2012 she studied directing under Mary Lambert and Jan Eliasberg... - December 10, 2017 - NewFilmmakers Los Angeles
VTA announced the date for the Junior Theater Celebration to be held Saturday March 24, 2018. - December 09, 2017 - Virginia Theatre Association
Taiwan Ministry of Culture hosts cross-cultural art exhibition exploring themes of the ocean and memories as metaphors for immigration. - December 07, 2017 - Taiwan Academy in Los Angeles
Announcing the 2018 Regional Stamp Set, the newest addition to the annual stamp series from the popular Passport To Your National Parks program®. - November 30, 2017 - Eastern National
This day long documentary film festival will showcase 18 movies from around the globe, including projects from Israel, Serbia, Montenegro, Sweden, USA, Germany, China and Brazil. - November 22, 2017 - NewFilmmakers Los Angeles
Tate & Tryon, a leading accounting firm for nonprofits, headquartered in Washington, D.C., announced its new tagline and fresh website, marking significant growth, and introducing a pivotal strategy to its service of the metropolitan area. - November 16, 2017 - Tate and Tryon
To celebrate and reflect at the 30th anniversary of the end of martial law in Taiwan, UCLA Center for Chinese Studies will be hosting a symposium on Friday, November 17, at the Charles E. Young Research Library, also featuring a screening of Taiwanese cinematic masterpiece Super Citizen Ko, a story immersed... - November 16, 2017 - Taiwan Academy in Los Angeles
The first program showcases 5 powerful shorts by emerging filmmakers. From a thought-provoking sci-fi about memories, a riveting NBA comeback story, to a thrilling murder mystery, this program features eccentric narratives that are sure to keep the audience on the edge of their seats.
The second program... - November 10, 2017 - NewFilmmakers Los Angeles
A business event that offers strategies and support for small business owners to turn their business, inventions or ideas into lucrative multi-million corporations. - November 06, 2017 - Southeast Queens Chamber of Commerce Inc
TransCultural Exchange announces its 6th International Conference on International Opportunities, heralded as "the single most exciting and productive art event ever experienced. A fully interactive conference structure that provided a limitless number of opportunities for artists to meet and exchange ideas with residency directors, museum curators, and other artists and arts professionals." - November 06, 2017 - TransCultural Exchange
If you wonder about nonprofit finance and management, this book is for you -- "Nonprofit Finance: A Practical Guide - Second Edition." - November 04, 2017 - Sheila Shanker
Art, music, and film festival, Et Cultura, will host art show Locally Sourced at the Morean Center for Clay on November 16, 8-11pm. - November 03, 2017 - Et Cultura
Art, music, and film festival, Et Cultura, will host Carousel No. 7 photography exhibition at the Morean Arts Center on November 19, 7-9pm. - November 03, 2017 - Et Cultura
Art, music, and film festival, Et Cultura, will host Design Exhibition at the Main Stage on Baum Avenue on November 17, 7-10pm. - November 03, 2017 - Et Cultura
Art, music, and film festival, Et Cultura, will host Exquisite Corpse Games 2017 at The Gallery, November 15th-18th. - November 03, 2017 - Et Cultura
eWomenNetwork-Austin Chapter is accepting nominations for its 2018 Emerging Leader candidate. Women aged 22-29 are eligible to nominated to the program. Selected candidates will receive recognition at the 2018 eWomenNetwork International Conference and Business Expo and access to special workshops and receptions. - November 01, 2017 - Get Involved Company
Art, music, and film festival, Et Cultura, will screen Wasted! The Story of Food Waste, a documentary film about how various countries are dealing with the issues of food waste and sustainability. - November 01, 2017 - Et Cultura
Art, music, and film festival, Et Cultura, will screen Strad Style, a documentary film about a man living in rural Ohio who convinces a famous European concert violinist that he can copy one of the most valuable violins in the world. - November 01, 2017 - Et Cultura
Art, music, and film festival, Et Cultura, will screen The Key to Dali, a documentary film about the discovery of a potential unknown Salvador Dali painting. - November 01, 2017 - Et Cultura
Art, music, and film festival, Et Cultura, will screen 42 Grams, a documentary film about how chef Jake Bickelhaupt evolved from illegal restaurant to culinary celebrity. - November 01, 2017 - Et Cultura
Art, music, and film festival, Et Cultura, will screen Dare to Be Different, a documentary film about independent radio station in Long Island, New York, WLIR 92.7 and their creation of a musical revolution that swept the country. - November 01, 2017 - Et Cultura
DC Arts and Humanities Education Collaborative Celebrates 20th Anniversary with Community Conversation: More than Cherry Blossoms: A Forum on Local Education Programming in a National City. - October 30, 2017 - DC Arts and Humanities Education Collaborative
Fall fundraiser "A Night in Africa" aims to connect students worldwide - October 26, 2017 - African Leadership Bridge
Art, music, and film festival, Et Cultura to take place in downtown St. Petersburg in November. - October 26, 2017 - Et Cultura
Non-profit’s first effort focuses on constructing a new Health Post and developing a fund for ongoing operations. - October 25, 2017 - Chhiring Foundation U.S.
This educational conference tackles one of the most pressing national issues today, opioid addiction. The conference will educate attendees on the state of the opioid crisis, examine the science behind opioid addiction, and offer practical actions that individuals, families, and practitioners can implement today. - October 25, 2017 - Get Involved Company
United Nations Day - On Oct. 24, 1945, the United Nations officially came into being with the ratification of its founding charter. On Tuesday, Oct. 24, 2017, The Dallas United Nations Association and North Texas community leaders will celebrate the life-saving work of the United Nations and its... - October 22, 2017 - Dallas United Nations Association of the U.S.A.
Concert featuring Fanny & Felix Mendelssohn, Johann Kaspar Aiblinger, Josef Rheinberger & celebrating 15 years of bringing women's choral music to the world. - October 19, 2017 - Melodia Women's Choir of NYC
Join NFMLA on October 21st, 2017 as the festival presents genre cinema with an edition of InFocus: European Horror, Sci-Fi & Thrillers. The festival includes short films from France, Sweden, Norway, the United Kingdom, Spain, Australia, Switzerland, Canada and the United States. - October 12, 2017 - NewFilmmakers Los Angeles
Kicking off National Arts and Humanities Month, the DC Arts and Humanities Education Collaborative will receive a $28,000 donation from DC Whole Foods Market’s quarterly 5 Percent Community Giving Day, recently held Wednesday, September 20, making it the largest 5% Day in DC to date. - October 10, 2017 - DC Arts and Humanities Education Collaborative
Currently, an artist-in-residence at the 18th Street Art Center in Santa Monica, rising Taiwanese filmmaker Zhijin Tsai will be screening her short film “24 Hours” at Taiwan Academy in Los Angeles this upcoming Tuesday, October 3rd. Inspired by the conceptual novel “Last Words From... - October 01, 2017 - Taiwan Academy in Los Angeles
Non-Profit Organization Lend a Hand Uganda USA (LAHU-USA) to Host Third Annual Poker Tournament in New York City On Thursday, October 19 at the Roger Smith Hotel in New York City, Lend a Hand Uganda - USA (LAHU-USA) will host it’s Third Annual Poker Tournament to support its newest project, providing running water, healthy lunches and needed latrines for LAHU-USA “adopted” schools in the districts of Uganda. - September 27, 2017 - Lend a Hand Uganda USA
The event takes place at the historic Sunset Las Palmas Studios lot in Hollywood.
Filmmakers were challenged to create a short film under five minutes answering the question: What is your LA? - September 22, 2017 - NewFilmmakers Los Angeles
The former Director of Fostering Families at the Children’s Home Network, Donna Krauser, has been promoted to Chief of Out of Home Care within the organization.
Donna Krauser, CWCM-Sup and CWLC-Sup brings over 28 years of prior experience in child welfare to Children’s Home Network, including... - September 20, 2017 - Children's Home Network
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