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9/2/22 Diary partner ED3dao.com: If anyone from ed3 got into the UN events "civil society transforming education please say" https://indico.un.org/event/1002432/registrations/8517/ Hoping to host some fringe cafe meeting on web3 and Un2 impacts on this topic ny 14 and 15 september probably flatiron district NY, or anywhere manhattan or brooklyn we can get quorum of 3 or more firstname.lastname@example.org IN 2016 at UNGA, year 1 review of sdg4 education was so hopeless that tech people led by world bank's jim kim started digital cooperation connections between new york and geneva; fortunately since Guterres appointed to 10 year term he's multiplied more and more tech cooperation -see https://www.un.org/techenvoy/ it appears that in our wondrous wizarding world: sunday nght UN-mongolia has taken up un's baton for 48 hours of web3-sdgs
Monday, December 31, 2029
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Thursday, March 30, 2023
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Building a Better Future through Music and the Arts
Building a Better Future and Inspiring Progress Toward Achieving the Sustainable Development Goals through Music and the Arts
The session is an opportunity to motivate civil society to take action on some of the world’s most pressing problems by sharing inspiring stories of impact, progress, and action through various forms of arts. Speakers and performers from across the globe will share how they use their art form to create awareness, convey their messages, and inspire communities to act.
Date: 30 March 2023
Time: 11 am-1 pm
Location: Conference Room 6
Opening Remarks, Hawa Diallo, Chief Civil Society Unit, Department of Global Communications (DGC)
Rani Persaud performing the Rudrashtakam in Kathak repertoire
Rani has been doing bharatnatyam dance (prayer through dance)for over two years and kathak for about 5 months under the guidance of Davina Singh. Rani also plays the harmonium and keyboard singing bhajans & bollywood songs. She’s a student of Manik Malhotra at Sa re ga ma Desi Beats. She is a host and participant on Abee Chunes Radio kids corner Program on Saturdays. She participated with Bhuvaneshwar mandir in singing the very first time Kala Utsav came in the US in 2019.
Moderator, Gail Davvis-Carter, Co-Founder, ListenGive Initiative & The Creators 2030 SDGs, Arts, Youth & Global Citizen Initiative
Joanna Sherman, Artistic Director, Bond Street Theatre
Moses (Buddha Blaze) Mbasu, Hip-Hop Activist
Therese Folkes Plair, Co-Chair, Institute for Development of Education, Arts and Leisure
Rolf Stahlhofen, Artist, Germany (Pop)
Karen Yelverton, Poem by Angelic Kreations, "Beautiful Queens"
She embodies excellence and is ever ready to learn, ready to meet the next opportunity, ready to travel, and expand her horizons. She is humble encouraging and inclusive. She brings out the hidden talents of her scholars; and dares them to speak and pursue their Visions, Dreams, and Goals! Angelic Kreations creates a safe space for scholars freely allowing their intelligence, and insight to develop and mature. As a nurturing, caring educator, who inspires loyalty and openness inside and outside the classroom, with more than 15 years of experience as a Public Speaker, Poet & Performing teaching artist. Angelic Kreations believes in supporting women globally. Angelic has published her work and the work of her scholars in a book series, “Poetry Between Sisters” available at angelickreations.com. Her audio poems & health products can also be found on her website. She currently organizes, hosts, performs & produces events globally.
Predrag Vasic, UN Orchestra Conductor
Veronica Sabbag, Founder and Chair of United Voices 4 Peace
Yvonne Chow, H+ The Hip Hop Dance Conservatory
Tuesday, December 20, 2022
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Friday, November 18, 2022
- Art brings pleasure, but is art also more? Can the arts be sources of understanding? What is art's potential? Will art become a subset of science? Or can art see what science cannot? Where can art take us?Contributors: Christopher Brewer, Justin Barrett, Jonathan Anderson, David Brown, Judith Wolfe, Chris Stewart
- Creativity generates art. How to discern the creative process in order to inform the nature of art? Conversely, how to discern art in order to inform the nature of the creative process?Contributors: Aaron Rosen, Antonius Roberts, Alfonse Borysewicz, Murray Watts, Carl Plantinga
- Did art and religion co-evolve in parallel as archaeology and anthropology suggest, and if so, what would be the significance? What do art and religion have in common that could enable their common, co-temporal development?Contributors: Justin Barrett, Pascal Boyer, Simone Schnall, E. Thomas Lawson
- Can art go beyond the pleasures of experience to convey knowledge or even understanding? If so, what could be the kinds of knowledge or understanding made manifest by art? Conversely, can epistemology help discern art?Contributors: Gordon Graham, David Brown, Jonathan Anderson, Nicholas Wolterstorff, Nathan Jacobs
- If God is the creator of human beings and art reflects human sentience, then can examining the arts discern reflections of God? Can one infer from various aspects of art various traits of God?Contributors: Nicholas Wolterstorff, Gordon Graham, Matthew Milliner, Jonathan Anderson, David Brown
- Can art inform topics in philosophy of religion? Can the existence and varieties of art address or affect theological questions about God, faith, belief, worship?Contributors: Chris Stewart, Nicholas Wolterstorff, E. Thomas Lawson, Nathan Jacobs, Stephan van Erp, David Brown
- What’s the relationship between the mental activity of our minds and the physical actions of our brain? It’s called The Mind-Body Problem. To many, it’s a perennial problem in philosophy of mind. Can art provide fresh insight?Contributors: Rebecca Goldstein, Chris Stewart, Gordon Graham, Nathan Jacobs, Anjan Chatterjee, Raymond Tallis
- What is happening in our brains when we perceive and appreciate the arts? What are the neural substrates of artistic sensations, feelings and emotions? How do diverse arts affect the brain?Contributors: Anjan Chatterjee, Semir Zeki, V.S. Ramachandran, Raymond Tallis, Antonio Damasio
- What is the nature of art? What makes something "art", and why should we value it? What are aesthetics and art theory? Can philosophy of art enhance appreciation and practice of the arts?
- Art delights us, but how so, and why? Can art be modes of discovery and creation that enhance understanding? Explore art's relationship with cognitive science, philosophy, neuroscience, history, theology and religion.Contributors: Chris Stewart, Gordon Graham, David Brown, Justin Barrett, Anjan Chatterjee, Matthew Milliner, Christopher Brewer