En este evento por interner vas aprender:
Cómo estar en control de tus emociones, aumentar la confianza en ti para que alcances las metas que te propongas.
Cómo lograr el cambio de mentalidad que finalmente te ayudara a entender las cosas que haces.
Cómo hacer que las experiencias del pasado estén de tu lado para continuar con tu crecimiento.
Cómo tu cuerpo está interrumpiendo tu éxito y saboteando tu salud.
Cómo tu manera de pensar deteriora tu vida.
(INSTRUCCIONES: Una vez que te registres recibiras un email de confirmacion de Eventbrite donde encontraras encontraras el LINK para acceder al webinar inmediatamente.)
In this event by interner you will learn:
How to be in control of your emotions, increase confidence in you so that you reach the goals you set for yourself.
How to achieve the change of mind that will finally help you understand the things you do.
How to make past experiences on your side to continue your growth.
How your body is disrupting your success and sabotaging your health.
How your way of thinking deteriorates your life.
(INSTRUCTIONS: Once you register you will receive a confirmation email from Eventbrite where you will find the LINK to access the webinar immediately.)
Frida Kahlo, Diego Rivera, and Mexican Modernism from the Jacques and Natasha Gelman Collection presents the paintings of two icons of the 20th century. Few artists have captured the public’s imagination with the force of Mexican painter Frida Kahlo (1907–54) and her husband, the Mexican painter and muralist Diego Rivera (1886–1957). The myths that surrounded them in their lifetime arose not only from their significant bodies of work, but also from their friendships (and conflicts) with leading political figures and their passionate, tempestuous personal relationships.
Kahlo and Rivera’s works are varied in scope and inspiration: she is best-known for her self-portraits, while he worked as a large-scale muralist in Mexico and the United States. Kahlo’s work is deeply personal, often depicting her own dreams, painful personal experiences, and affinity with Mexican culture, while Rivera’s pursues larger looks at history and cultural revolution. Both artists forged the way for Mexican art as a significant element of the 20th century and beyond.
Similarly important is the legacy of two of Kahlo and Rivera’s patrons, Jacques and Natasha Gelman. The Gelmans became Mexican citizens in 1942 and began amassing Mexican art, sustaining a growing collection of Mexican modernists, like Kahlo and Rivera (with whom they became close friends), as well as their compatriots Rufino Tamayo, David Alfaro Siqueiros, and others. Their unparalleled collection shows the richness of Mexican art through painting, drawing, photography, and film.
Crispin d’Olot – “Lopemaquia”:
20th Century Minstrel from Spain
DOORS OPEN AT 6:30 P.M. – PERFORMANCE STARTS 7 P.M.
This is a specially commissioned piece exclusive to the festival. Among the many presentations of Lope, he will be performing a re-imagined conversation between Lope and Cervantes, he will also be performing some of Quevedo, Luis de Góngora and many others. It promises to be a spectacular presentation. We will once again visit schools, colleges community centers, libraries, and universities.
This performance made possible in part by the Kenan Charitable Trust.
* Please note no ticket is required, having a ticket does not guarantee a seat. Seating is open to first come first served – Doors open at 6:30 PM
Admission Fee: JASNC Members/NC Japan Center Affiliates – Free Non-Members – $15, Special Offer – $30 (one-year individual membership & free admission) *Advanced registration is required. Seating is limited.
Reception and a mini-Koto concert by Kanako Ford will follow. Heavy hors d’oeuvres and drinks will be served.
Dr. Janice Katz is the Roger L. Weston Associate Curator of Japanese Art at the Art Institute of Chicago. Her research focuses on paintings from the Edo period (1615–1868) and the history of art collecting in Japan.
Topic: “Ukiyo-e and the Windy City: Clarence Buckingham’s Prints at the Art Institute of Chicago”
This program is sponsored by the United States-Japan Foundation, the Richard J. Wood Art Curator Series Program and hosted by the NC Japan Center and Japan-America Society of North Carolina.
ARTIST STUDIO PROJECT IN COLLABORATION WITH THE CITY OF RALEIGH MUSEUM INVITE YOU TO:
DAY OF THE DEAD @ CITY OF RALEIGH MUSEUM – DOWNTOWN RALEIGH NC.
FREE FAMILY-FRIENDLY EVENT
FIRST FRIDAY NOVEMBER 1, 2019 6-9 PM
220 FAYETTEVILLE ST. RALEIGH, NC, 27601
JOIN US FOR FOLKLORIC MUSIC, CRAFTS, FACE PAINTING (CHILDREN), DAY OF THE DEAD BREAD, HOT CHOCOLATE AND TRADITIONAL DRESS! – BAILE FOLKLORICO VICKY ACADEMY, ARTIST LETY ALVAREZ, MARACAS MONTESSORI, LARRY BELLORÍN, ORGULLO Y ALMA LATINA BALLET FOLKLORICO, AND MANY MORE.
Join us throughout October + November as we celebrate Mexican culture and traditions through art. An exhibition by Julio Gonzalez curated by Rafael Osuba will be on view in Studio 206, + work by local Latinx artists in the corridors. Workshops will be held exploring various Mexican art techniques. Latinx youth will create two ofrendas in the lobby. One ofrenda will be created by Pepe Caudillo and the Brentwood Boys + Girls Club and the other by Lety Alvarez and her students. And be sure to come see us on Saturday October 26 at Centro’s Day of the Dead 5k where we’ll have a make and take + art installation. Día de Muertos’ programming is partially supported by a cultural arts grant by the United Arts Council of Raleigh and Wake County.
The Sixth Annual Ignacy Jan Paderewski Festival of Raleigh
The Sixth Annual Paderewski Festival of Raleigh will take place on October 20-22 and November 2,3,9, and 10, 2019, the 100th anniversary of the Treaty of Versailles with Germany and the Treaty of Saint Germain with Austria, which established the newly independent Polish state internationally. The Sixth Festival features six performances by five Polish, Italian, and American pianists.
The Festival honors Ignacy Jan Paderewski, who played a prominent role on the international diplomatic stage during World War I and contributed significantly to the re-establishment of Poland as a sovereign state.
Paderewski played three times in Raleigh (January 23, 1917; November 23, 1923; April 28, 1939) and once in Durham (January 8, 1931). The appearance in Durham had been scheduled for Raleigh, but a fire destroyed the Raleigh Municipal Auditorium only a few weeks before. The concert was transferred to the newly constructed Page Auditorium at Duke and constituted the first major concert there.
Paderewski had in Raleigh a personal friend in the remarkable person of Mary Lee Swann McMillan, who had been the secretary to his wife, Helena Paderewska, for almost four years from 1915 through 1918.
The Report is a riveting thriller based on actual events. Idealistic staffer Daniel J. Jones (Adam Driver) is tasked by his boss Senator Dianne Feinstein (Annette Bening) to lead an investigation of the CIA’s Detention and Interrogation Program, which was created in the aftermath of 9/11. Jones’ relentless pursuit of the truth leads to explosive findings that uncover the lengths to which the nation’s top intelligence agency went to destroy evidence, subvert the law, and hide a brutal secret from the American public.
***There will be a 45-minute panel following the film that will include protagonist Dan Jones.***
Panel also includes:
Larry Wilkerson: Colin Powell’s former Chief of Staff, Commissioner of the NC Commission of Inquiry on Torture.
Robin Kirk: Co-Chair of the Duke Human Rights Center, Co-Chair of the NC Commission of Inquiry on Torture.
Refreshments will be available, including beer, wine, popcorn, movie snacks, and heavy hors d’oeuvres.
The film will begin at 6:00 pm (doors open at 5:15 pm).
List of(919) 480-1048 co-sponsors:
NC No Torture Project; North Carolina Stop Torture Now; North Carolina Council of Churches; National Religious Campaign Against Torture; North Carolina Commission of Inquiry on Torture; North Carolina Justice Center; Progress NC; Political Science Department of the School of Public and International Affairs at NC State; Raleigh Chapter 213, Amnesty International; Raleigh Campaign Non-Violence Chapter; Carolina Jews for Justice; Libertarian Party of North Carolina
Nella has a voice that will transport you. Raised on the picturesque Isla de Margarita in Venezuela, this Berklee College of Music graduate blends Andalusian and Venezuelan folkloric traditions with classical training and contemporary flair.
Her charisma and talent are undeniable. Nella has performed with Jennifer Lopez, Carlos Vives, and Susana Baca. More recently, Nella stared in Oscar Award winner Asghar Farhadi’s film, Everybody Knows, featuring Javier Bardem and Penélope Cruz, where she performs songs written by composer Javier Limón exclusively for the screenplay. Don’t miss this rising star during her first US tour!
Find out what makes this young singer tick, from working with world-class film directors to touring the world. Join us for a pre-show talk with Nella at 7pm in Talley Student Union, Room 3222.