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One Language Project opens on Cape Cod Thru January 2016

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Our End of Year Redux and Big News!

It has been an exciting year for Naturestage. The power of storytelling is as important today as it has always been, and that is how Naturestage is having an impact – bringing our kinship with other species to the public … Continue reading

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Naturestage Mashup July 18! Dog Behavior, Amazing Qualities of Honeybees, Live Music by Americana favorites The Wednesdays and Calen Perkins, Socializing and more

You won’t want to miss our event to support Naturestage on July 18 in our (air conditioned) studio in Waltham. Here’s the lineup and a video of a recent performance by the Wednesdays at Porchfest. You can get your tickets … Continue reading

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Naturestage’s Salon Series in 2014 Kicks Off With Matt Glover Wednesday February 26

Our salon series is off and running in the Naturestage studio with the first concert/presentation the incredible Matt Glover playing  a 60-minute Trip Around the World (on Mandolin) followed by a brief presentation by Miranda Loud on the state of … Continue reading

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Raising a Glass to thedodo.com

January 10th was a wonderful day to open my New York Times. The word “speciesism” was mentioned, which is one of the underlying word-views that Naturestage is trying to challenge, and it is something that needs to become a sea-change … Continue reading

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The cost of being an artist in the U.S.

This is a fascinating group of discussions around what it is like to be an artist today in the U.S. Thank you NYT for the attention to it. http://www.nytimes.com/roomfordebate/2013/11/07/the-cost-of-being-an-artist Another worthwhile read as a PDF from the Field Foundation related … Continue reading

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New York City’s Ivory Sellers, Alive and Well

This is copied from the article on the Elephant Listserv run by Melissa Groo. To see the link an the photos, click here The Big Ivory Apple An illegal market has not, as advertised, gone out of business. By Daniel Stiles, … Continue reading

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Synergy: Fusing art & ocean science

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A synopsis of PBS’s Battle for the Elephants

A synopsis of PBS’s Battle for the Elephants.

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Colby didn’t think he was a dog…

Read more on our One Language Project blog and let me know if you have a cross-species bond you’d like to share http://onelanguageproject.com/2013/01/12/colby/

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