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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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Parallels between a Town in Connecticut and the Ivory Trade in China

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

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Fraser’s Story

Fraser Not long ago my mom declared that it was time for the family to get a new dog. At first I was quite surprised by this announcement. In the many years since we had owned our last dog, my … Continue reading

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Benefit for Naturestage Scheduled for Monday November 19

We have rescheduled the benefit for Naturestage. Please invite friends to join you for a delicious dinner for $35 (half the proceeds go back to Naturestage) at The Elephant Walk in Waltham. Cocktails and appetizers from 6:30-7:00. Dinner 7:00-8:00, Brief … Continue reading

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Filmmaking with Social Impact – strategies for funding and partnering

I was recently reading a blog post by one of my favorite filmmakers, Patrick Shen, who founded Transcendental Media. His post has links to other sites which socially-conscious-driven filmmakers would find incredibly useful. Instead of writing much today, I will … Continue reading

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Kingston, NY – Artists with Affordable Space to Create

Every few weeks I feel the urge to hit the road and seek out other artists, visit new locales, and get away from the ever-present work of having my office-in-home. NatureStage ultimately benefits from these occasional physical flights of fancy … Continue reading

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Music and Image in Malick’s The Tree of Life

I may be going out on a limb here, but this baroque harpsichord piece, Les Barricades Mistérieuses (which I recorded for the above sequence), and which features twice in Terrance Malick’s masterpiece, The Tree of Life, represents by its title, … Continue reading

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Art and Science Mashup

I’ve been realizing lately that the allure of the online universe can have a centripetal pull against taking the plunge to go someplace new, with one’s feet, not just through clicks and returns.  That putting myself into situations that are … Continue reading

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Predatory marketing encroaches on education

Today I opened up the New York Times to the varied topics ranging from rising floodwaters in Mississippi, enforcing the veil ban in France to suffering animals from the Japanese nuclear disaster. I stopped in my tracks with the headline … Continue reading

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