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  • 7:00 PMOnline! QT Noir Arts Festival 5th Anniv. Day 1: Burlesque & Drag Show
  • Thumb qt noir5th anniv 2022 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM The QT Noir Arts Festival is turning 5! Join us for three days of free virtual events. Click the links below the events to register.Day 1 Friday Feb. 4 (7pm EST) - Burlesque & Drag Show! Get those tips ready friends! Enjoy performances by Deej Nutz, Koochie Koochie Koo, Zsu Zsu Zantana, and more!Registration is required for this Zoom. Please register at https://us02web.zoom.us/.../tZcudu-rqT4tGNJOSUY...Day 2 Saturday Feb. 5 (7pm) - Night of the Poets! Enjoy readings by poets Venus Selenite, Danielle Cole, and others with a guest performance by Botswana's own Kat Kai Kol Kes and a conversation about Black LGBTQ+ performance with Juba Kalamka.Registration is required for this Zoom. Please register at https://us02web.zoom.us/.../tZMsdO6qpjMpH93YarLOZgf-HaV9J...Day 3 Sunday Feb. 6 (1pm) - Sunday Brunch Concert featuring the musical stylings of harpist and vocalist Ahya Simone!Registration is required for this Zoom. Please register at https://us02web.zoom.us/.../tZEkd--hrTIuG9FjtsQoWvj...This festival is sponsored by a generous grant from the Delaware Valley Legacy Fund.Admission is FREE
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  • 7:00 PMOnline! QT Noir Arts Festival 5th Anniv. Day 2: Night of the Poets
  • Thumb qt noir5th anniv 2022 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM The QT Noir Arts Festival is turning 5! Join us for three days of free virtual events. Click the links below the events to register.Day 1 Friday Feb. 4 (7pm EST) - Burlesque & Drag Show! Get those tips ready friends! Enjoy performances by Deej Nutz, Koochie Koochie Koo, Zsu Zsu Zantana, and more!Registration is required for this Zoom. Please register at https://us02web.zoom.us/.../tZcudu-rqT4tGNJOSUY...Day 2 Saturday Feb. 5 (7pm) - Night of the Poets! Enjoy readings by poets Venus Selenite, Danielle Cole, and others with a guest performance by Botswana's own Kat Kai Kol Kes and a conversation about Black LGBTQ+ performance with Juba Kalamka.Registration is required for this Zoom. Please register at https://us02web.zoom.us/.../tZMsdO6qpjMpH93YarLOZgf-HaV9J...Day 3 Sunday Feb. 6 (1pm) - Sunday Brunch Concert featuring the musical stylings of harpist and vocalist Ahya Simone!Registration is required for this Zoom. Please register at https://us02web.zoom.us/.../tZEkd--hrTIuG9FjtsQoWvj...This festival is sponsored by a generous grant from the Delaware Valley Legacy Fund.Admission is FREE
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  • 1:00 PMOnline! QT Noir Arts Festival 5th Anniv. Day 3: Sunday Brunch Concert featuring the musical stylings of harpist and vocalist Ahya Simone
  • Thumb qt noir5th anniv 2022 1:00 PM - 2:30 PM The QT Noir Arts Festival is turning 5! Join us for three days of free virtual events. Click the links below the events to register.Day 1 Friday Feb. 4 (7pm EST) - Burlesque & Drag Show! Get those tips ready friends! Enjoy performances by Deej Nutz, Koochie Koochie Koo, Zsu Zsu Zantana, and more!Registration is required for this Zoom. Please register at https://us02web.zoom.us/.../tZcudu-rqT4tGNJOSUY...Day 2 Saturday Feb. 5 (7pm) - Night of the Poets! Enjoy readings by poets Venus Selenite, Danielle Cole, and others with a guest performance by Botswana's own Kat Kai Kol Kes and a conversation about Black LGBTQ+ performance with Juba Kalamka.Registration is required for this Zoom. Please register at https://us02web.zoom.us/.../tZMsdO6qpjMpH93YarLOZgf-HaV9J...Day 3 Sunday Feb. 6 (1pm) - Sunday Brunch Concert featuring the musical stylings of harpist and vocalist Ahya Simone!Registration is required for this Zoom. Please register at https://us02web.zoom.us/.../tZEkd--hrTIuG9FjtsQoWvj...This festival is sponsored by a generous grant from the Delaware Valley Legacy Fund.Admission is FREE
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  • 8:00 PMIn-person! Secret Cinema: MID-CENTURY LEISURE IN CLOSE-UP
  • Thumb secretcinemafeb2022 8:00 PM - 10:30 PM The Secret Cinema will return to The Rotunda on Thursday, February 10 with another brand new program. MID-CENTURY LEISURE IN CLOSE-UP features three amazing films highlighting the power and ingenuity of two American industries at the height of postwar prosperity: The mighty Wurlitzer jukebox factory and Philadelphia's Curtis Publishing Company (home to the Saturday Evening Post, Ladies' Home Journal and other iconic magazines).The films, in black & white and gorgeous Kodachrome color, provide detailed looks at the complex inner workings of huge, industry-dominating companies that seemed essential and eternal in their time, yet neither would survive the 20th century.There will be one complete show at 8:00 pm. Admission is free.Masking and contract tracing enforced. Seating is limited.All Secret Cinema presentations are projected in 16mm film on a giant screen (not video).This screening is part of The Rotunda's ongoing "Bright Bulb Screening Series," which once again offers free movies on the second Thursday of every month, throughout the year.Included in MID-CENTURY LEISURE IN CLOSE-UP will be:A VISIT TO WURLITZER (1940s?) - This detailed trip through the sprawling headquarters of the Rudolph Wurlitzer Company in North Tonawanda, New York examines every painstaking step in the making of the legendary Wurlitzer jukeboxes. Seemingly no part of their manufacture used outside suppliers, as the many steps in constructing the cabinetry and machining precision parts were all done in house by expert hands. Meanwhile, the executives meet to discuss changes and check on progress. The well-maintained exterior of the plant, complete with flower gardens, is reminiscent of favorite (and perhaps overshown) Secret Cinema film THE STORY OF BUBBLEGUM (which provides a similar tour of Philadelphia's Fleer Bubblegum plant).WURLITZER JUKEBOX ADVERTISING (1947) - This rare film appears to have been made for internal use, to teach Wurlitzer's field representatives how best to convince bar and restaurant owners to take full advantage of the many wonderful promotional materials the company provided to establishments hosting their jukeboxes (they must have employed an army of salesmen to justify the making of this color film). And what materials -- Wurlitzer decals, Wurlitzer three-dimensional posters, even Wurlitzer cocktail stirrers! Where are these collectable treasures today? Includes priceless views of a typical late-'40s taproom…and a lesson in hard-sell technique.MODERN MAGAZINE MAGIC (1956) - This colorful promotional film looks at the many skilled workers who are needed to produce the magazines we read, from the paper plant to the writers, editors, photographers, layout designers, illustrators, cartoonists, advertising salesmen, pressmen, and even typists of Braille editions. Made in vivid Kodachrome, the short film resembles a stock-footage company's "Fifties Lifestyles" demo reel, as we also glimpse families reading at home and shopping for groceries, not to mention artist Norman Rockwell at work in his studio. The film was sponsored by, and made in the various facilities of, Philadelphia's Curtis Publishing Company, perhaps the most important producer of periodicals in the 20th century. The company's eventual collapse is legendary and the subject of multiple books, though founder Cyrus Curtis' legacy endures today through his former real estate: the company's mammoth Independence Square headquarters building, and Curtis Arboretum in Wyncote, once the site of his palatial estate. His daughter founded the Curtis Institute of music.All of the rare 16mm film prints in this program will be making their Secret Cinema debuts. One title, MODERN MAGAZINE MAGIC, was shown 14 years ago using a damaged print. We have since acquired another copy in perfect condition.Admission is FREE. There will be one complete show at 8:00 pm. Masking and contract tracing enforced. Seating is limited.
  • 11:00 PMOnline! Liminal States featuring Composer and musician Lea Bertucci
  • Thumb bowerbird main img 11:00 PM - 11:40 PM Bowerbird is pleased to present Liminal States, a new series of late night, live streamed concerts intended to be listened to as you fall asleep. Aiming to center and calm, the musicians will seek to lead listeners to that magic space between awake and asleep. Tune in and bliss out. Composer and musician Lea Bertucci will perform from her home in New York.

    This event is part of the Liminal States Series

    ABOUT THE ARTISTLea Bertucci is an artist, composer and performer whose work describes relationships between acoustic phenomena and biological resonance. In addition to her longstanding practice with woodwind instruments, her work incorporates multichannel speaker arrays, radical methods of free improvisation and creative misuses of audio technology applied to field recording and sampling/collage techniques. She has performed extensively across the US and Europe with presenters such as The Museum of Modern Art New York, Blank Forms, Gagosian Gallery, Pioneer Works, The Kitchen, The Walker Museum, Tempo Reale in Florence, Muziekgebouw Amsterdam, Museo Reina Sofia Madrid, Sound of Stockholm Festival, ReWire Festival, Borderline Festival, and Unsound Festival Krakow.

    Admission to this online event is Free / Pay What You Wish ($20 suggested). REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED. Please register at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/lea-bertucci-tickets-204669962367 A link will be sent to you the day of the event. The performance will start at 11:00pm Eastern Time and will run approximately 40 mins.

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  • 8:00 PMin-person! Fire Museum presents Falsa, New York based Sufi music ensemble
  • Thumb falsa 8:00 PM - 10:00 PM

    THE CURATORS OF THIS EVENT REQUIRE THAT EVERYONE IN ATTENDANCE SHOW PROOF OF VACCINATION AT THE DOOR. MASKING AND CONTACT TRACING ENFORCED. SEATING IS LIMITED FOR PURPOSES OF SOCIAL DISTANCING, ADVANCED REGISTRATION IS STRONGLY RECOMMENDED (Register at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/falsa-tickets-237856805107).

    Falsa:

    Falsa is a New York based Sufi music ensemble that began in Philadelphia in 2013 and has since established a strong following on the East Coast. The instrumentation of vocal, harmonium, electric bass VI, Spanish guitar, drum set, tabla, Carnatic violin, and trumpet brings traditional melodies into a modern context in a way that is at times meditative and, at others, explosive. The lyrical content comes from the likes of classic poets Amir Khusrau, Rumi and Hafez, who touched on something essential to human existence in their writings, something that becomes even more palpable to the audience as singer Umer Piracha offers brief, soulful translations between songs. The overall feeling of a Falsa performance is that of virtuosity and transcendence.

    Umer Piracha on Vocals, accompanied by Siddharth Ashokkumar on Carnatic Violin, Tom Deis and Paul Arendt on Guitars/Harmonium, Adam Hershberger on Trumpet, Roshni Samlal on Tabla, and Greg Foran on Percussion.

    Transcending cultural preconceptions and genre-specificity, the instrumentation of vocals, harmonium, electric bass VI, Spanish guitar, drum set, dhol, Carnatic violin, and trumpet brings traditional melodies into a contemporary context in a way that’s at times meditative and, at others, explosive. The lyrical content comes from the likes of classic poets Amir Khusrau, Rumi and Hafez, who touched on something essential to human existence in their writings, something that becomes even more palpable to the audience as singer Umer Piracha offers brief, soulful translations between songs during live performances of the recorded tracks.

    links here: https://firemuseumpresents.com/events/falsa/ 

    Admission is FREE

    THE CURATORS OF THIS EVENT REQUIRE THAT EVERYONE IN ATTENDANCE SHOW PROOF OF VACCINATION AT THE DOOR. MASKING AND CONTACT TRACING ENFORCED. SEATING IS LIMITED FOR PURPOSES OF SOCIAL DISTANCING, ADVANCED REGISTRATION IS STRONGLY RECOMMENDED (Register at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/falsa-tickets-237856805107).

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  • 7:00 PMOnline! Quartet Roulette Live from ElectricLatteLand
  • Thumb quartetroulettepainting 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM Quartet Roulette Live from ElectricLatteLand!Quartet Roulette is a salty-sweet ensemble of diverse musical and theatrical backgrounds. Brian Decker's jazz-manouche guitar, Dorie Byrne's multi-instrumental talents, Stas Culcicovschi's Balkan accordion, and Kate Black-Regan’s enchanting energy and sultry voice transport the listener to a faraway time and place. The band weaves together jazz, classical and folk influences, sings French and Russian chansons, and performs Decker's spine-tingling original compositions. They made a splash at West Philly's Porchfest this past summer and are excited to emerge from their chrysalis and retake the stage this year.Everyone can watch for FREE at https://youtu.be/YRsuD8U97Po 
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  • 8:00 PMIn-person! Bowerbird pres. FRANCK VIGROUX & ULRICH KRIEGER + Julius Masri
  • Thumb bowerbird main img feb2022 8:00 PM - 10:30 PM FRANCK VIGROUX & ULRICH KRIEGERJulius Masri

    Bowerbird is pleased to present Franck Vigroux and Ulrich Krieger performing Dodécaèdre, a new piece for electronics and amplified-processed saxophone at The Rotunda. Made of tectonic tensions, beats, and electronic textures the new work is a very personal approach to sonic exploration. Opening the evening will be a solo set by Philadelphia-based multi-instrumentalist Julius Masri.

    ABOUT THE ARTISTS

    Ulrich Krieger is well known as a saxophone player in contemporary composed and free improvised music as well as a composer of chamber music and electronic music. His recent focus lies in the experimental fields and fringes of contemporary Pop culture: somewhere in the limbo between Noise and Heavy Metal, Ambient and Silence. His original compositions go back and forth between Just Intonation, Silent Music, Noise, Instrumental Electronic, often asking for elaborate amplification, and works in the limbo of Rock culture – not accepting stylistic boundaries. Krieger developed his own, often amplified style of saxophone playing, he calls ‘acoustic electronics’. He uses refined acoustic, quasi-electronic sounds, which then get processed, the saxophone often becoming more an ‘analogue sampler’ rather than a traditional finger-virtuoso instrument. By amplifying his instrument in various ways, he gets down to the ‘grains of the sounds’, changing their identity and structure from within.

    Franck Vigroux is a multifaceted artist whose works range from experimental electronic music to modern composition and music theatre. Franck Vigroux‘s music is made of tectonic tensions, beats, electronic textures and a very personal approach to sonic exploration. He is equally prolific as a solo artist and as a collaborator, he has worked with musician such as Elliott Sharp, Mika Vainio, Reinhold Friedl, Ars Nova… Vigroux’s uniqueness comes from his artistic approach that integrates new media and performance arts. He designs transdisciplinary shows and audiovisual concerts, collaborating with visual artists such as Antoine Schmitt and Kurt d’Haeseleer.

    Julius Masri is a Philadelphia based multi-instrumentalist, performer and composer for the city’s dance community at large. His music focuses on improvisatory methods and syncretic/ linguistic/ somatic exchanges within various musical languages including Jazz, Metal, AfroCuban, Experimental Noise, and Arabic music. Born in Tripoli, Lebanon, he moved to the States in 1990 and began studying with Philadelphia instructors Carl Mottola, Elaine Hoffman-Watts, and as an undergraduate at Bard College, with AACM’s Thurman Barker, Richard Teitelbaum, and Joan Tower. Julius plays drums, circuit modified Casio keyboards, Oud, Kamancheh (aka Rabab, Spike Fiddle), and various other instruments. In November 2021, Julius released the album “The Arabic Room” under the project name Mephisto Halabi, garnering international praise in music publications and websites including WIRE Magazine (Dec2021), PopMatters, Radio al-Harra, Foxy Digitalis, and many others.

    This is an “in person” event. Bowerbird is requiring all those attending to show proof of COVID 19 vaccination status (vaccination card or legible photo on your smartphone, plus photo ID) and wear a mask during the entirety of the event. There will be no exceptions to this policy. Capacity will be limited – advanced registration is strongly encouraged. pay what you wish. Please register at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/franck-vigroux-ulrich-krieger-julius-masri-tickets-246821980187

    Dodécaèdre / the island has been made possible through Jazz & New Music, a program of Villa Albertine and FACE Foundation, in partnership with the French Embassy in the United States with support from the French Ministry of Culture, Institut français, SACEM (Société des auteurs, compositeurs et éditeurs de musique) and the CNM (Centre National de la Musique).
  • 10:30 PMOnline! The ElectricLatté BoogieBand goes Galavanting Across the Galaxy
  • Thumb electric latte land boogie band 10:30 PM - 11:45 PM The ElectricLatté BoogieBand - the house band from ElectricLattéLand - takes you on an evening of improvisational adventure, featuring Elliott Levin on sax and flute, Jessica Joy Myers on violin, El Dani on guitar, Abdeel Capote on bass, and Styx Latté on drums. The band will play at 10:30 and stop whenever they feel like it! It's anyone's guess where the music will go! Join us on The Rotunda's YouTube channel https://youtu.be/dI-uZLLvbMM. Don your spacesuit, pour yourself a Gargle-Blaster, and buckle your seatbelt, 'cause like Elliott says: "Free Jazz is beautiful, man."If you'd like to make a donation or tip the band you can PayPal styxlatte@gmail.com or Venmo @Styx-Latte.
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  • 8:00 PMIn-person! cinéSPEAK presents Mattie Do's THE LONG WALK - Lao w/ English subtitles / Sci-Fi, Slow Burn
  • Thumb thelongwalk 8:00 PM - 10:00 PM The Philadelphia Premiere of Mattie Do's THE LONG WALK from Yellow Veil Pictures.EVENT FLOW:Doors @ 7:30PMFilm @ 8:00PM**TICKETS: $10 (recommended) Sliding Scale aka Pay-What-You-Can—ABOUT THE FILM:Director Mattie Do / Laos / 2022 / 1hr 16min / Lao with English subtitles / Sci-Fi, Slow BurnAn old scavenger living on the fringes of a near-future society exploits a ghostly companion’s ability to traverse time, hoping to prevent his mother’s suffering from a terminal illness.A deliberately paced story that burns with intensity and human emotion, ‘The Long Walk’ is all at once a culturally rich ghost story, a grim near-future sci-fi, and mystery with life and death stakes that spans across decades.WATCH THE TRAILER: https://youtu.be/n5p4WIuUG34AUDIENCE ADVISORY: blood and gore; images of death / dying—**COVID-19 SAFETY MEASURES WILL BE IN PLACE**—SEATING CAPACITY IS LIMITED TO 40 PEOPLE. We strongly recommend advance ticket purchase. Once we reach capacity, no new tickets will be issued. No exceptions. Tickets can be purchased at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/cinespeak-presents-mattie-dos-the-long-walk-philadelphia-premiere-tickets-259673990897—MASK WEARING IS REQUIRED of everyone over the age of 2, regardless of vaccination status.—FEEL UNWELL? BEEN IN CONTACT WITH SOMEONE WHO TESTED POSITIVE FOR COVID-19? PLEASE STAY HOME. Again—if you have been in contact with someone diagnosed with Covid up to 14 days before the event...please stay home.—IF AFTER ATTENDING OUR EVENT, you test positive for COVID-19 (within 10 days of attendance), please email Information@TheRotunda.org—CONTACT TRACING WILL BE ENFORCED AT THE DOOR.—GOT QUESTIONS?? Hit us up: info@cineSPEAK.org—ABOUT CINÉSPEAK:We are a Philadelphia-based cinema organization that engages diverse audiences through our independent, repertory and foreign film programming; creating space and centering the stories of individuals and communities that are often underrepresented in mainstream cinema.We promote community togetherness and global understanding by engaging film enthusiasts while cultivating the next generation of discerning moviegoers; encouraging people to demand social justice both on-screen and throughout society.$UPPORT OUR WORK—> https://cinespeak.wedid.itFOLLOW THE JOURNEY-->www.cineSPEAK.org@cineSPEAK (Instagram; Twitter; Facebook)STAY IN THE LOOP—> https://bit.ly/cinéSPEAKMail 
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  • 6:00 PMOnline! Why are Boyz to Men Dying So Soon - Conversations w/ Community Scholars, Penn Non-Profit Institute Alumni and other Distinguished Authorities, Specialists and Experts (Extension of the Original Black Men Conference and a Pi
  • 6:00 PM - 9:00 PM Why are Boyz to Men Dying So Soon6pm-9pm Conversations with University of Pennsylvania Community Scholars, Penn Non-Profit Institute Alumni and other Distinguished Authorities, Specialists and Experts  (Extension of the Original Black Men Conference and a Pilot initiative for Injury Science, Human Ecology, Consumer Behavioral Health Credentialing and Environmental Humanities as a Liberation Theology)Registration is required. Please register athttps://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZwkfuuhqDosEtA9Rnxz_HM6crrkhwEYhZ1p After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.Upcoming events:

    March 2022 Bad Girls: All Grown Up with No Place Left to Go  Zoom ConferenceFriday,  April  8, 2022 7pm -10pm League of Extraordinary Men from Atlantic City - Alpha Regional ConventionMay 2022 - Whatever Happened to the Good Black Men live from Adelphi University - Long Island, NYJune 2022 - Salute to Father

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  • 6:00 PMIn-person! Charlie Chaplin's Shoulder Arms + Unknown Chaplin
  • Thumb charliechaplin 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM Shoulder Arms (1918) is the first film comedy ever made about war. In it, Charlie is recruited to the “awkward squad”. Posted to the front line in France, he encounters all the privations of trench life – snipers, flood, food rations, solitude, lice and other vermin. He meets a French girl, whom he subsequently rescues from the German troops. After assuming a series of disguises, he manages to hijack the German Kaiser along with the Crown Prince and General von Hindenburg … but then wakes up, still in the “awkward squad”.Shoulder Arms will be followed by a discussion and then a screening of material that had been cut from the film. Admission is FREEThe curators of this event require proof of vaccination - your CDC vaccine card or a legible photo on your phone - + photo I.D.Masking is required of everyone the entire time they are inside of the venue, regardless of vaccination status.Contact tracing enforced. Seating is very limited. First come first served.
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  • 11:00 PMOnline! Liminal States featuring Organist Parker Kitterman performing from on the pipe organ at Christ Church Philadelphia
  • Thumb parkerpng 11:00 PM - 11:40 PM Bowerbird is pleased to present Liminal States, a new series of late night, live streamed concerts intended to be listened to as you fall asleep. Aiming to center and calm, the musicians will seek to lead listeners to that magic space between awake and asleep. Tune in and bliss out. Organist Parker Kitterman will perform from on the pipe organ at Christ Church Philadelphia.

    This event is part of the Liminal States Series

    ABOUT THE ARTISTParker Kitterman is a keyboardist, composer, conductor and collaborative musician. Since 2010 he has served as Director of Music and Organist at Christ Church, Philadelphia, where he oversaw the installation and dedication of a splendid new pipe organ, C.B. Fisk’s Op. 150. As soloist and accompanist, Parker has performed with a wide range of artists, including the International Contemporary Ensemble, the Chamber Orchestra of Philadelphia, and Singing City Choir. He holds degrees from Duke University, the Yale School of Music/Institute of Sacred Music, and the Brussels Conservatory, where he studied on a Fulbright Fellowship. A recent winner of the King’s Singers New Music Prize for his setting of Malcolm Guite’s poem “The Singing Bowl,” Kitterman is a composer with wide-ranging interests and influences. His writing is born out of a studied approach to improvisation, a literary sensitivity, and an ongoing commitment to providing fresh, relevant material for musicians and audiences alike. One large-scale work, Requiem for the Charleston Nine was described as “producing a seamless fabric in which plainchant, modern classical, and jazz styles not merely co-exist but come together to proffer a whole greater than the sum of their individual parts.” (Chestnut Hill Local)

    Admission to this online event is Free / Pay What You Wish ($20 suggested). REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED. Please register at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/parker-kitterman-tickets-203251248957 A link will be sent to you the day of the event. The performance will start at 11:00pm Eastern Time and will run approximately 40 mins.

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  • 6:00 PMOnline! Free Workshop: Artists with Families with Parent Artist Advocacy League (PAAL) pres. by VDA
  • Thumb vdcfeb2022 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM Join us for an interactive workshop, themed artists with families, and how to better support them.Parent Artist Advocacy League (PAAL) will lead this workshop, offering information and resources to support artists with families better.Topics covered will include:- Visibility as artists with families- Support for artists with families- How to be an ally to artists with familiesMeet your facilitator:Parent Artist Advocacy League for Arts + Media (PAAL) is a national community, resource hub, and solutions generator for individuals with caregiver responsibilities and institutions who strive to support them.This event will take place on Zoom. Registration is required in order to receive the Zoom link. Please register at https://vdapaal.eventbrite.com
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