“Documentary Slum Tour” – Nairobi

The following post comes from Willis Adika Adeya, Chairman of Kariobangi Mirror in Nairobi, Kenya.  Kariobangi Mirror  is a community based organization providing platforms for citizen journalists, artists, and activists a space to nurture and maximize their potentials and amplify their voices. Several months ago, filmmaker Kenny Dalsheimer contacted me…

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ANKL at Creative Sector Summit

Our film was screened at the Asheville Area Arts Council-sponsored Creative Sector Summit on Sat., 4/25, followed by an information drop-in  and resource table wo- manned by Polly and Interweave member Carol Hubbard, talking to people about the Asheville Inclusive Arts Coalition and Arts Access, Inc., North Carolina's arts and…

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Sat. 4/25 Asheville screening

At the Asheville Area Arts Council's Creative Sector Summit,  A New Kind of Listening will be screened on Saturday morning, 4/25 from 10-11 a.m., followed by a drop-in forum with the Asheville Inclusive Arts Coalition to answer questions for arts organizations about accessibility  and the importance of having an ADA…

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Asheville Inclusive Arts group meet-up

 Join us for the 2nd meet-up and brainstorming session of the Asheville Inclusive Arts group! Thursday, 3/19, 5:30-7:30 at the Asheville Area Arts Council, Grove Arcade Suites 144/143A Bring your ideas, concerns, and info about your organization or creative projects to this informal gathering.  We’ll be talking about a short-film…

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