On this week’s 51%, we hear from a multidisciplinary artist famous for her feminist opening art and hear what is being finished to assistance a flourishing series of homeless womanlike veterans. I’m Allison Dunne and this is 51%.
Carolee Schneemann talks about painting, performance, censorship and insurgency in a write review available only days before receiving a Golden Lion for lifetime feat during a 57th Venice Art Biennale. Cathy Byrd from Fresh Art International brings us a piece.
This piece was from Cathy Byrd, with Fresh Art International. To learn more, visit freshartinternational.com. Featured opening audio: Interior Scroll, The Cave, 1995, pleasantness Carolee Schneemann and Electronic Arts Intermix http://eai.org
Women are a fastest flourishing demographic of homeless veterans. But they tend to be undercounted and underserved. Only a few housing programs for former use members specialize in assisting womanlike veterans. Rebecca Sheir introduces us to one of them in western Massachusetts.
This story was constructed by the American Homefront Project, a open media partnership that reports on American troops life and veterans. Funding comes from a Corporation for Public Broadcasting and a Bob Woodruff Foundation.
We now move we Dr. Sharon Ufberg, with her 51% shred “Force of Nature.” She interviews Marcia Jaffe who, after a vacation to Bali in 2003, combined a Quest for Global Healing conferences. The discussion wove together Balinese enlightenment with western discourse and captivated participants from all over a world. Her judgment emerged into a origination of a Bali Institute for Global Renewal, charity university and high propagandize students and adult learners experiential and use training opportunities focused on collaborative learning, training that combines Balinese enlightenment and knowledge with discourse and cross-cultural exchange. Ufberg, who participated in a Institute, asks what it was about Bali that finished adult being a procedure for Jaffe’s work.
That was Marcia Jaffe, owner of a Bali Institute for Global Renewal, vocalization with Dr. Sharon Ufberg. Ufberg is co-founder of a personal development/wellness company, Borrowed Wisdom, in California. She writes for The Huffington Post and Thrive Global.
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