February 21, 2011 § Leave a comment
Over at Get Natured, I learned that Oprah and the rest of the Harpo crew are challenging themselves to go Vegan for a week. There are some interesting and useful resources on the website:
- FAQs about eating vegan – http://www.oprah.com/health/Frequently-Asked-Questions-About-Going-Vegan
- Three weeks of meal ideas – http://www.oprah.com/food/Three-Week-Vegan-Menu-Plan
- and more in the webpage they are calling the “Vegan Starter Kit” – http://www.oprah.com/packages/vegan-starter-kit.html
It’s simple and straightforward, and of course addresses the myths of eating vegan. Plus, I always love getting new meal ideas, which is why I was checking out Get Natured in the first place. Can’t wait to try her recipe for Breakfast Cookies!
January 6, 2011 § Leave a comment
Friday and Saturday
Jan. 28 and 29, 2011
September 2, 2008 § Leave a comment
Received this info and thought I should pass it along. It would be a great place to work, especially if you are interested in Latin American and Caribbean art.
Here’s the info:
Interested in working at El Museo? Please feel free to check out our job opportunities at http://www.elmuseo.org/jobs.html
Also, if you are looking for an internship, El Museo del Barrio relies on the support from Interns for numerous programs, projects, and events throughout the year. Opportunities are available for high school, undergraduate, and graduate students who are considering careers in the arts, education, and museum profession. Positions offer rewarding and valuable learning experiences with chances to meet and interact with new people, and develop overall familiarity with El Museo’s collection and Latin American and Caribbean art and culture.
Go to: http://www.elmuseo.org
Click on EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS (on the left)
Then Click on INTERNSHIP & VOLUNTEER (on top right)
August 1, 2008 § Leave a comment
This image appeared in the Biscayne Times, in the Community News section, in reference to the plans for the future Wynwood Arts District. What is particularly shady about this project is that apparently the “community” didn’t know about it. When they asked gallery owners, such as Brooke Dorsch, they said they were unaware of the redevelopment plan. So, who did know about the Wynwood Arts District Proposal? And, what will it mean for the future of the area? One of the goals, according to Tony Goldman, a real estate developer is to keep the “artistic aspect” of the community. But, the only mention of how that will be maintained is through the opening of bars and clubs.
The Biscayne Times also featured this nifty map which shows what they consider to be the Wynwood Arts District. Dorsch’s gallery, by the way, isn’t even included in this zone.