Showing posts from January 10, 2016

All too often, it does take a village...

If you are a resident of Auburn, NY, reside in the Finger Lakes region or CNY, or visiting for the holiday weekend, you are invited to attend and encouraged to participate in a community and city-wide event on this Monday, January 18, 2016. The newly formed Diverse Auburn committee of the Harriet Tubman Center for Justice & Peace will host a Martin Luther King, Jr. Day event to be held at Auburn Public Theater. "Celebrate Diverse Auburn" MLK Jam Night Read a poem - Sing a song - Tell your story Monday, January 18, 2016 4:00 p.m. - until we're done! Auburn Public Theater 8 Exchange Street Downtown Auburn, NY 13021 315.253.6669 Free and open to the public Community members and visitors of all ages are invited to celebrate diversity and Martin Luther King, Jr. in whatever form that takes for each person: readings, poetry, song, dance, story telling, or however one is inspired! The early segment of the event will be reserved for elementary and school ag

CALL FOR ART: Women Artists

Y ou may want to (and we encourage you to) pursue this opportunity to continue to jump start your new year. Good Luck. Datebook Submissions: January 15, 2016 DEADLINE ***WOMEN ARTISTS*** Limit: 4 POEMS / 4 ART PIECES If your artwork is selected for the datebook, you will receive Cover artwork: $200 plus 8 datebooks Inside artwork: $70 plus 4 datebooks Send artwork as pdfs or low res jpegs or photos etc.  Contact Syracuse Cultural Workers for further info.  Poetry: 30 line max per poem with name and address on each page 4 poems may be submitted If your poetry is selected for the datebook, you will receive $70 plus 4 datebooks E=mail entrees to: tree @syr Mail: SCW           Box 6367           Syracuse, NY 13217           USA           315.474.1132 x103