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Guerilla Gardening this May in Toronto

Interested in guerilla gardening? Be there Sunday at 2pm at the 519 Community Centre to make seed bombs. The event will be on the second floor. Prospective guerilla gardeners are asked to bring any seeds that you have to donate. We’ll be throwing the seed bombs on Thursday May 7th at 7pm. The location is […]

So your arts org is ready to hire a marketing company

There comes a time in every small, growing arts organization when the people involved realize that the busiest time for promoting their activity is also the time that they are busiest WITH the activity as they gear up for performances or art show. They can’t drop everything to follow-up on marketing opportunities but they need […]

The purpose of the Arts

As I conclude my three years with the Toronto Philharmonia, I am led to consider again the purpose of a live performing arts organization in this time of electronic media. Why have a professional orchestra performing in our community when we can listen to such great music on CD, on our televisions or via online […]

Virtual Praxis: A Conference on Women’s Community in Second Life

(yours truly will be a presenter at the Ohio State University Conference, as detailed below, November 15, 2008) Saturday, November 15, 2008To be held on Minerva, the teaching and research space in Second Life maintained by The Department of Women’s Studies, Ohio State University. http://people.cohums.ohio-state.edu/collingwood7/minerva/conference.html As teachers, librarians, artists, health care workers, and as volunteers […]


Received from Gregory Oh today.Q: Do you still need cyclists? A: YES!!!Q: Is it hard? A: NO!!!! (5 easy instructions)Q: Is it fast? A: NO! (easy, comfortable pace, riding in formation)Q: How do i join in the fun? A: Check out gregoryoh.com/6008 spokes for more details and instructions on how to register as a cyclist. […]

Technology in the Arts Conference

It was my privilege to present to people at the Technology in the Arts conference at the University of Waterloo May 9-10 on the subject of classical music in virtual reality. My introductory presentation can be found here. In addition I have posted my backgrounder document with more detailed technical information here But the magic […]

Rally to save the CBC Orchestra

HUGE RALLY TO SAVE CBC RADIO ORCHESTRASUNDAY APRIL 20 AT 2 P.M. AT THE CHAN CENTRE AT UBCWednesday April 16, 2008 … Standing on guard for the CBC Radio Orchestra, April 20 at 2:00 pm CBC Radio Two listeners are following up on last week’s successful staging of a coast to coast National Day Of […]

Benito Flores; another real musician in Second Life!

Benito Flores in Second Life, known as Alessandro Marangoni, here in real life, has been generously sharing his time and talents with SL audiences over the past few months. The real life pianist can be viewed here, performing with the Malaga Philharmonic: YouTube – Malaga Phil. Orchestra – Aldo Ceccato, Alessandro Marangoni Benito Flores was […]

Akito Kuramota, a real musician in Second Life

Anyone interested in learning more about classical music in Second Life might by interested in visiting the new My Space page of Akito Kuramoto. There is a little about the artist, but best of all some truly delicious recordings of some selections from his popular recitals in Second Life. Bread and Roses Life, L. Rogers
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