Throughout history, art has been intrinsically linked to human life, serving as a mean of expression and as a universal language in which beauty and aesthetics prevail. Vividly written with a genuine affection for its subjects, THE SRVEN LIVELY ARTS reminds us off the dazzling variety of entertainment on offer in early Twenties New York at a time when all the movies were silent and twice-nightly vaudeville or variety flourished in plush venues like the Palace.
Anthony Leiserowitz, senior research scientist at the Yale University School of Forestry & Environmental Studies and the director of the Yale Program on Climate Change Communication, will be guest speaker at the Branford Land Trust’s annual meeting May 24 at 7 p.m. He’ll present Climate Change in the American Mind” as the kickoff for the land trust’s 50th anniversary celebration.
A. Proceeds from the event will benefit LSSU Arts Center Gallery exhibition programming and support the Sunrise Rotary Club’s mission to include global clean water projects and local initiatives such as dictionaries for third graders, competitive swimming events, and winter family fun nights.
Lynn Nottage, who has been called as fine a playwright as America has,” started to craft Sweat” in 2011, just before the height of the national malaise, but not before Reading and similar areas were hit by layoffs, plant closings, and general angst.
With his long-standing commitment to Arts/Health and his knowledge and connections across these ten districts, it will be good to support him embedding culture and the arts across all his strategic planning and delivery, with that cultural thread running through everything that Greater Manchester is about.