Shakespeare and Earth Day

Earth Day and Shakespeare's Birthday both take place in April, a month known for its showers and blossoms. The poetry month of April resonates with the nature's big events, and surely that of playwright and poet William Shakespeare's imagination. Earth Day is celebrated on the 22nd, and Shakespeare gets his day on the 23rd. Earth Day... Continue Reading →

Anne Raudaskoski on Ethica and the holistic approach

  Anne Raudaskoski is a Finnish enterpreneur who wishes to create new connection to nature. Her approach can change the game of sustainability. With a background in dance, she has faith on the power of the arts:  "Arts provide a holistic approach to existence, and this is what we need to change the current linear... Continue Reading →

Members Only: Flo Kasearu at the Performa 17

Ernest Hemingway once said, "In every port in the world, at least two Estonians can be found". This is also true about New York, where more than a few community members share their Estonian House, New Yorgi Eesti Maja. The New York Estonian Educational Society was founded in 1929.  As a great coincidence, and as... Continue Reading →

New York City Grand Central Centennial celebrates with arts

New York City Mass Transit has a program called MTA Arts for Transit and Urban Design, which commissions artists through a competitive selection process to create original, site-specific permanent artwork for stations. This spring, there was also auditioning for a role of a subway performer. Link and more info here.  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1zuBpa99BVQ Grand Central Diary is... Continue Reading →

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