1. Looking Back at Harbor for the Arts, Looking Forward: National Endowment for the Arts Our Town Wrap Up


    from Renata Sheppard / Added

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    Arts Enter Cape Charles lead the successful application in collaboration with the Town of Cape Charles, Cape Charles Business Association, and the Citizens for Central Park for the highly competitive National Endownment for the Arts Our Town grant, awarded from 2012-2014. This grant seeded many interesting projects for the community including the Art Walk, a new website (www.capecharlesbythebay.com) and the well-received Harbor for the Arts Festival which featured Experimental Film Virginia, an innovative project embodying the principles of creative placemaking and launching Cape Charles as a cultural tourism destination spot. These events happened from 2012-2014 under the Executive Direction of Clelia Sheppard and Mary Ann Roehm. Film is narrated by Renata Sheppard, Artistic Director of the 2014 Harbor for the Arts Festival and the Director of Experimental Film Virginia. Please see www.artsentercapecharles.org, www.capecharlesbythebay.com, www.experimentalfilmvirginia.com, www.harborforthearts.com for more information.

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    • Animating Spaces 2014 Samford Now


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      Animating Spaces is an innovative, three-year state-wide multi-arts project that will revitalise and celebrate significant or unusual spaces within fifteen regional communities through locally-driven arts activities and events. Communities have the opportunity to re-imagining their town, employ local artists and creatives, build capacity, develop cultural project management skills, receive mentoring and support and funding assistance to present three arts projects. Animating Spaces Samford Now amalgamated multiple art forms in a vibrant celebration of people and place. "Animating Spaces really brought our community together and celebrated all kinds of creativity in a diverse profile of local arts." said Vanessa Chadwick, coordinator. Samford Shorts created history when local people and places made mini movies and screened in a short-film festival in John Scott Park on Friday 12 September. “We were looking for people from the district who have a smart phone, or video camera at home, who have dreams of being a filmaker but don’t know where to start.” says Project coordinator, Rachel Choi. “The best outcome that we could have hoped for and I believe have achieved is to inspire and encourage locals to use film to capture their personal stories to be shared with others.” Samford Sculpts enlivened the little known Samford parklands trail with a sculpture walk that was unveiled on 13 September. “When I walk this trail that leads to the old CSIRO, I see a blank canvas begging to be used,” says artist and local personality, John Salmond. “We invited local sculptors to express their experience of Samford and what unfolded was a multifaceted view of the village now.” Celebrate Samford coordinator, Vanessa Chadwick visioned growing the buzz in Station Street with a street arts progression on 13 September. “We held a series of puppet, lantern and music making workshops where folk from the whole valley made their mark and expressed what it means to them to live in Samford now,” says Chadwick. For more information, visit Samford Now online or Facebook

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      • Luinatur Fair Trade & Cultural Tourism Project


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        Luinatur- Discover, Live, Feel Luinatur is an emerging social venture that aims to empower local and indigenous communities in Latin America through fair trade, social travel, and collaborative learning. Adapted from the Kanza Language in Atacama, Chile, Luinatur means "to discover new places and discover oneself" and with our team based throughout the Americas, we aim to facilitate just that, not only by creating positive social impact for indigenous communities and raising awareness about the real value of traditional handicrafts, but also by allowing people to travel in a unique way that allows them to experience different life philosophies and world views. We invite you to join us through our journey and support our efforts in making Luinatur not only a reality, but the beginning of an enterprise that can change our world.

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        • LGAQ - Cultivating Cultural Tourism


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          • Crush Festival - Why You Should Come To Bundaberg in October Every Year!


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            The Crush Festival is a celebration of regional arts - a Bundaberg Regional Council event managed by Creative Regions Ltd.

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            • HIGHER EDUCATION TODAY - Hospitality Management


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              HIGHER EDUCATION TODAY -- Hospitality Management -- Guests: Dr. Mahmood Khan, Professor and Director of Hospitality Management, Virginia Tech National Capital Region; Elizabeth Dearborn-Hughes, Co-Founder, Akilah Institute for Women, Kigali, Rwanda; and Dr. James Williams, Assistant Professor, School of Hospitality, Sport and Recreation Management, James Madison University. Your connection to contemporary issues, people, and institutions involved in the world of higher education. HIGHER EDUCATION TODAY is produced by the University of the District of Columbia; host is educational consultant and author Steven Roy Goodman.

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              • MLA Jane Thornthwaite - September 22, 2013


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                Hear from North Vancouver-Seymour MLA Jane Thornthwaite as she updates us on her work on behalf of the film industry, and gives details on her renewed role as Parliamentary Secretary for Student Support and Parent Engagement. She also chats about transportation issues in her community, as well as cultural tourism opportunities.

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                • Dogon Country


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                  This is a short overview of the Dogon culture of Mali in West Africa. Footage of bike touring in Guinea and Senegal segues to travels in Mali. The video focuses on travels along the Bandiagara Escarpment trekking village to village and a performance of the Dama masked dances in Bandiagara.

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                  • Barcelona acull turistes creatius xinesos, (Telenotícies, TV3, 16/08/12)


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                    • Creative Paris - www.creativeparis.info


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