1. "To me, the Arts Build..." featuring Stacey Alverson


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    Established in 1969, ArtsBuild is a nonprofit organization located in Chattanooga, Tennessee whose mission is to build a stronger community through the arts. The purpose of our "To me, the arts build" project is to show that everyone, no matter of race, religion, ethnicity, gender, or socioeconomic background, benefits from the influence of art in their lives.

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    • Loose Leaf: The help, a super cut


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      A look back at "the help" in movies and television.

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      • The Journey


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        The Earth Works Project creators discuss the journey of establishing this farming/theater project. Music: It's Alright by Phil Reavis (http://www.wmrecordings.com/releases/wm077.htm)

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        • The Earth Works Project Indiegogo Video (Enhanced)


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          Hey! Katie & Whitney here, coming to you from the farmlands of New Jersey (The Garden State!). We are theater makers on a mission to share the stories of people who are a part of the growing agricultural movement. Our new documentary theater piece weaves together the experiences and perspectives of the members of one of the oldest organic farm CSAs (Community Supported Agriculture) in the United States. Please visit our blog for more information! earthworksprojecft.jux.com Music: Well Water by Big Blood (http://www.etsy.com/shop/dontrustheruin)

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          • Loose Leaf: John W. Coffey & Bill Brown, "What Story Do We Privilege?"


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            Our Winter 2013 issue features an essay by NCMA curator John W. Coffey on the curious provenance of a bust of John C. Calhoun. Marred during the Civil War, the bust was originally covered with cosmetics before being displayed at the North Carolina Museum of Art. Here, Coffey and NCMA conservator Bill Brown discuss their decision to remove the make-up for display and privilege one aspect of the bust’s story.

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