Saturday, June 27, 2015

Fwd: Still Time to Sign Up: BCA's "Seeing It Through" FREE Professional Development Workshop Series in June


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Seeing It Through is a curated professional development workshop series offering assistance to creative people, organizations, and those seeking cultural grants.

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Audience Development Two-Part Workshop

Part 1: Defining and Targeting to Your Project's Audience
Part 2: Using Social Media to Market Your Project
w/ Ron Kavanaugh

Morris Park Public Library
985 Morris Park Avenue | 718-931-0636


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Ron Kavanaugh is the social media coordinator for the Bronx Museum of the Arts as well as executive director of the Literary Freedom Project, a non-profit arts organization that supports the literary arts through education, creative thinking, and new media. At the Bronx Museum he manages the Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Vine, Tumblr, & Pinterest accounts.

Admission is Free, but please RSVP


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Everything You Want To Know About Fiscal Sponsorship
but Were too Afraid To Ask
w/ Eileen Newman, Executive Director, Center for Bronx Non-Profits

Hostos Community College | 450 Grand Concourse
3rd Floor, JFK Room (located inside the main Hostos Dining Hall)
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Prior to her appointment as the Executive Director of the Center for Bronx Nonprofits at Hostos' Division of Continuing Education and Workforce Development, Ms. Eileen Newman was the Director of Community Engagement and Deputy Director at the Tribeca Film Institute. She has worked in the non-profit sector her entire career. Prior to joining the Tribeca Film Institute, Eileen served as the Executive Director of the National Board of Review and Film Video Arts. Eileen has held leadership positions at New Visions for Public Schools and the NYC Department of Education. Eileen was a Senior Adjunct Professor at Adelphi University for 13 years and has served on numerous non-profit boards.

Admission is Free, but please RSVP

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Questions?

Contact Sabrina at 718.931.9500 x22 or Sabrina@bronxarts.org



This series is made possible with funding from the NYC Department of Cultural Affairs, NYS Council on the Arts, the Lambent Foundation Fund of Tides Foundation, Auchincloss Foundation, Inc., and NYC Council Members James Vacca, Andrew Cohen, Andy King and Melissa Mark-Viverito.


 
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Saturday, June 20, 2015

Fwd: Coming Up at BCA: June 20th: Fair at The Square in Westchester Square and "Underneath the Accent of Our Skin" at Hostos Community College


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Saturday | June 20 | 11:00am-6:00pm
"Fair @ The Square"
Music! Games! Food! Vendors! Artists!
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Saturday | June 20 | 3:00-5:00pm
"Underneath the Accent of Our Skin"
A Multidisciplinary Workshop

Hostos Community College
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Saturday | June 20th | 11:00am-6:00pm
Fair @ The Square
Music! Games! Food! Vendors! Artists!
Join us for an afternoon of fun family events!
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The Bronx Council on the Arts, the Westchester BID and NYC Parks invite you to join us for this year's FAIR @ THE SQUARE in the Westchester Square section of the Bronx

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A fun-filled day of free family activities including live performances, all-day concerts, kid's fair with rides, carnival games, sidewalk sales, artisan craft sales, art exhibits, and more! BCA has been a proud co-sponsor of this event since its inception in 2009.
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Saturday | June 20 | 3:00-5:00pm
Hostos Community College, 2nd Floor Atrium
450 Grand Concourse at 149th Street
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"Underneath the Accent of Our Skin"
A Five Session Multidisciplinary Workshop Series
created by Orlando Ferrand

"Underneath the Accent of Our Skin" lies our newly discovered self: An ever-evolving multiplicity of faces and voices breaking free from the confinement of cultural and ethnic stereotypes from the seed of our singularity to the collective fabric of our universality

Today: A Reading & Collage Display featuring: Lorraine Currelley, Orlando Ferrand, Gloria Fontanez, Toby Z. Liederman, John Marshall, Antonio Agostinho, Marte-Bautista, Maria Meli, Alice Myerson and Jhon Sanchez

Special Thanks to Joseph Carrion, Sabrina Cedeño, Lydia Clark, Robert F. Cohen, Juanita Lanzo, Sharon Little, Peter Mertens, Magdalena Ramirez, Charlie Vazquez, Perry Weiner and Visual AIDS.
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Friday, June 19, 2015

Fwd: Remove the Confederate flag

Dear MoveOn member,

I'm Karen Hunter, a fellow MoveOn member, and I started a petition to the South Carolina Legislature and Governor Nikki Haley.

On the heels of the brutal killing of nine black people in a South Carolina church, it's time to put a symbol of rebellion and racism behind us and move toward healing and a better United States of America.1 Can you join me in telling South Carolina lawmakers:

Symbols of hate and division have no place in our government. It's time to stand up for what's right and take down the Confederate flag!

The Confederate flag is not a symbol of southern pride but rather a symbol of rebellion and racism.

Tell South Carolina lawmakers: Symbols of hate have no place in our government.

Click here to add your name to this petition, and then pass it along to your friends.

Thanks!

–Karen


Source:

1. "The Charleston shooting is the largest mass shooting in a house of worship since 1991," The Washington Post, June 18, 2015
http://www.moveon.org/r/?r=304801&id=120818-10155023-1T%3Db9Bx&t=1

This petition was created on MoveOn's online petition site, where anyone can start their own online petitions. Karen Hunter didn't pay us to send this email—we never rent or sell the MoveOn.org list.

Want to support our work? We're entirely funded by our 8 million members—no corporate contributions, no big checks from CEOs. And our tiny staff ensures that small contributions go a long way. Start a monthly donation here or chip in a one-time donation here.




Thursday, June 11, 2015

Fwd: Looking for Affordable Housing? Beware of Section 8 Scams


Looking for Affordable Housing? Beware of Section 8 Scams

Phony Waiting Lists Take Fees; The Real Ones Never Do

If you know someone who needs public housing assistance, make sure he or she knows about the Section 8 housing scams that prey on home-seekers. The scams use websites that look like registration sites for Section 8 waiting list lotteries. They take people's "registration fee" money, their personal information, and their chance to register for the real lottery—since these hopefuls usually don't know they've been scammed until the real waiting list is closed.

There is never a fee to register for a real Section 8 waiting list. To sign up for one, contact your local public housing authority.

And for more information on finding an affordable home, visit our new USA.gov "beta" site—a work in progress!

 


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Tuesday, June 9, 2015

Fwd: Notify NYC - Amber Alert

Amber Alert issued 6/9/15 at 5:00 AM. The NYS Troopers have issued an Amber Alert for Mia Olarte, a 4-year old Hispanic female with Down Syndrome from The Bronx, New York. She is described as 2'1" and 48 lbs, with brown hair and brown eyes. The child was last seen on 6/8/15 at 4:52 PM near Brown Place and East 136 Street in The Bronx wearing gray pants with polka dots and a pink shirt. The child is reportedly traveling by foot with Dora Estella Olarte, her non-custodial mother, a 49-year old Hispanic female, 5'4", 140 lbs with brown hair and brown eyes. Dora was last seen wearing jeans and a white short-sleeve shirt, and carrying a blue pocket book. The child may be in imminent danger and requires medication. If seen, please call (866) NYS - AMBER or 9-1-1. For updates, visit http://amber.ny.gov.




The sender provided the following contact information.
Sender's Name: Notify NYC
Sender's Email: notifynyc@oem.nyc.gov
Sender's Contact Phone: (212) 639-9675



Wednesday, May 27, 2015

Fwd: Complete MMNY Schedule Now Online!


Complete MMNY Schedule Now Online!
Over 1,200 concerts on June 21!
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MMNY 2015 Schedule Now Online!

 

The complete Make Music New York 2015 schedule is now online at makemusicny.org!

More than 1,200 concerts are listed, in genres from Americana to World, across 52 neighborhoods from Astoria to Williamsburg, and alphabetically from 13 Hands to Zev Torres.

Plus, there are special sections for MMNY's participatory programs, including the mighty Mass Appeal, Clavinova Piano Bar, Street Studios, Exquisite Corpses, and Sousapalooza projects -- all free for all to join!

If you're presenting a MMNY concert and need to update your listing, please send corrections to: help@makemusicny.org. More information will be emailed to musicians and venues shortly with info & tools to help promote your events.

Click here for the complete 2015 schedule!


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