This 28 week course in Entrepreneurship is held each Wednesday from 5:30 to 6:30 at the MarS Centre, and is taught from the dual perspectives of traditional for-profit and social entrepreneurial models. For more information, please visit http://www.marsdd.com/mars/Events/Event-Calendar/Ent101.html
All classes are video-recorded and the course may also be completed on-line.
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Join ArtCorps and volunteer your creative talents to strengthen sustainable development in Central America in 2010. Through community arts projects, artists educate and inspire people to participate actively in improving the environmental, health, and social conditions in their communities. Every ArtCorps artist works directly with a local non-governmental organization that is an expert in its field. Artists strengthen dialogue between community members and the organization, improve community education and empower local leadership.
The actors appearing in the poster are Sdumo Mtshali and S'thandwa Nzuza. They are both graduates of DUT: Drama Studies Programme, Durban, KwaZulu Natal, South Africa.
Greetings! I am an artist and educator working in North Carolina, USA. I am interested in networking with other activist artists to find ways to expand what we are doing to make the world a better place through our art. I maintain a blog at http://makeartlikeyoucare.blogspot.com and invite artists to join a Facebook group forming with the same goals of networking and mutual help.
Two weeks ago, I was the only Artistic Director invited to be a speaker at “The Jonathan Levy Child Drama Symposium: Ethics and the Representation of Childhood in Performance, Pedagogy and Popular Culture” to be held on the Arizona State University at the Tempe campus March 5-7, 2009. I am really looking forward to discussing the ethics of our work with academics, artists and producers of pop culture. If you have any input into this topic, please feel free to comment.
It was amazing to see how many arts organizations and individuals came together during the November 3rd ICASC event at the Scotiabank Dance Centre. One of our conversation streams was focused on how ICASC could support the local arts and social change communities, and what ideas people had in the room. We didn't have enough time to have a comprehensive group discussion and we missed out on gleaning from the invaluable pool of knowledge in the room.
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