Interview with the up and coming experimental band Aryawn

  Aryawn is: Ken- Keys & Flutes Francois- Guitar, Accordion, Violin, Samples, & Vox Dave- Vox, Bb Clarinet, Bass Clarinet, Samples, & Art Willie- Poetry & Jaw Harps Amelia- Merch & Spiritual Guidance Stiobhard- Reagan’s Ghost ‘Bastian- GW Bush Free music downloads and info about the band can be obtained at the following link:http://aryawn-musique.blogspot.com/   What […]

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Playing a part to survive: Laila Lalami’s Secret Son

  Laila Lalami’s debut novel Secret Son is at once foreign and mysterious and also full of themes and motifs which resonate with contemporary Western, as well as Moroccan culture. Lalami keeps her novel grounded in specific times and places, incorporating the nation’s language, climate, and history into a piece about individual people who seek […]

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Storytelling through the dark night: Elina Hirvonen’s When I Forgot

  Elina Hirvonen’s first novel, When I Forgot, is meant to be read with a glass of deep burgundy merlot in hand and Samuel Barber’s Adagio for Strings playing in the background. With a slow, thoughtful European sensibility, the piece presents characters who contemplate their place within their families and the universe while nursing novels […]

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Artists’ mentoring workshop and presentation opportunity, Los Angeles, CA – with an environmental theme

Intensive workshop and mentoring opportunity for artists of any sort (including upcoming/emerging artists) in Los Angeles, throughout the summer with an August public performance/presentation. Free of charge – applications due Friday the 29th but drop them an email asap if you are interested, date may be flexible. THEME: CARING FOR THE ENVIRONMENT More information, and […]

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Writers’ Workshop Opportunity: Femina Potens Gallery

  WRITE HERE! WRITE NOW! WRITERS’ WORKSHOP FOR WOMEN & QUEERS   Beginning the last week of May, Femina Potens will be offering an intensive writers’ workshop for women and Queers directed by the talented Beth Mattson.  The work shop will culminate in a reading performance with the National Queer Arts Festival on Thursday, June […]

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Event announcement – Ansel Adams and Georgia O’Keefe

  Georgia O’Keeffe and Ansel Adams: Natural Affinities Monday, June 29  7:00 pm Join us for an exciting SFMOMA museum presentation/slideshow on Georgia O’Keeffe and Ansel Adams — two of America’s best-known artists — are both revered for their ability to capture, in their own unique ways, the essence of natural beauty. The two met […]

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Teenage brother and sister sing opera/Broadway

  Please feel free to give them a listen and rate/leave comments. We here at Synchronized Chaos love to encourage people along the way to developing their talents…maybe some of the featured musicians from our past few issues would like to give them advice or drop them a note? 😉 Michael, 16, singing “Nessun Dorma” […]

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