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Gateway City Arts Connects Community and Creativity

Gateway City Arts Connects Community and Creativity

Previously in our series spotlighting arts-based community organizations, we featured Easthampton City Arts+, Pittsfield’s 3rd Thursdays and… 542 more words

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Thought Pyramid Art Centre

So this might be coincidental, but you know how pyramids are in Egypt, and the history of education has roots in Egypt too? Could that be what they thought of when naming this art gallery? 444 more words



Any resident of Manchester will be familiar with the worker bee, which you can see adorning municipal installations such as bollards, dustbins, the Council’s coat-of-arms, and the Town Hall architecture – you even see it on a can of Boddingtons Bitter (even though it is no longer brewed in the city). 526 more words


#SpotlightOn: Ijeoma Umebinyuo.

– Bukola 

Don’t try to sugarcoat what happens in your country. I am not here for such narratives. If we are to appreciate our truths, we must be honest with our narratives.

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June 2015: The month that changed America?

The month that changed America?

 Nick Bryant New York correspondent – BBC News – 29 June 2015

Does history change all at once? June 2015 certainly had its singular historic moments – but almost all were the outcome of long-term forces and long-fought battles, say Nick Bryant. 136 more words

Arts / Culture

Remnants on The Urban Fringe

(Urban Relic, Redhook, Brooklyn. 2015. Image by Greg Gordon)

Urban Fringe of NYC, one of the last bastions of Old Industrial New York. Walk to The Edge and you will find the relics which housed the infrastructure of a once burgeoning Industrial City. 66 more words


Celebrate Canada Day at the Open Air Farmers Market

There will be live music and your favourite vendors at the special Canada Day’s Farmers Market to be held Wednesday, July 1st from 10:30 am to 1:30 pm at the Paradise Valley Exhibition Grounds on McLeod Road. 114 more words