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Upcoming Events in 2015
August 26, 5-7 PM
OPENING RECEPTION One Language Project - Dog Portraits and Audio/Video Stories
generously sponsored by Molly Cornell
Community Health Center of Cape Cod, Mashpee, MA
Refreshments provided and films will be played throughout the reception on the monitors while visitors view the 35 dog portraits and their stories.
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- Building Our Production Team for the One Language Project April 25, 2016
- One Language Project opens on Cape Cod Thru January 2016 July 30, 2015
- Charles Siebert Joins the Advisory Board for the One Language Project May 7, 2015
- Our End of Year Redux and Big News! December 30, 2014
- Two wonderful articles on emotions in non-human animals November 28, 2014
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As we look ahead to all the stories we hope to be filming this summer, the production team is coming together with these two cameramen below from Lone Wolf Media which will work with Naturestage in editing these short films for … Continue reading
I am about to leave Boston to give a talk about the One Language Project and Naturestage’s work in Pennsylvania, but wanted to announce the good news that journalist and speaker on animals and emotions Charles Siebert is excited to … 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
In memoriam: Satao, an Aslan among elephants.
14 Minutes Worth Watching for Elephants.
Although I am not a fan of drone technology in its vast array of frightening potential uses, this is one instance where being aware of the creatures beyond our normal sightlines can help protect them. This sailor is using drones … Continue reading
This article was shared by Melissa Groo to the elephant listserv, and I am copying it here because it is so important a viewpoint. To follow the author, Richard Conniff, on twitter: @RichardConniff Does the Solution to Elephant … Continue reading