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NYFA Doctor’s Hours: Marietta Ulacia

June 4th, 2016

NYFA Doctor’s Hours: Marietta Ulacia
Event on 2016-06-28 18:00:00
New York Foundation for the Arts (NYFA), en colaboración con Sugar Hill Museum of Children’s Art & Storytelling y Northern Manhattan Arts Alliance (NoMMA) anuncia su nuevo programa: Doctor’s Hours para Artistas en Español, el cual ofrece a los artistas de todas las disciplinas, (autores, cinematógrafos, artistas visuales, etc.), consultoría gratuita en español con profesionales del mundo artístico de Nueva York. Si estás comenzando un proyecto y necesitas asesoramiento especializado, si estas en busca de una crítica profesional sobre tus obras, o te encuentras en el proceso de construcción de tu página de internet o plan de marketing, esta es tu oportunidad. Regístrate para reservar una consulta en español, de la duración de 30 minutos con Marietta Ulacia!  Marietta Ulacia, Directora Ejecutiva –  Afro Latin Jazz Alliance Marietta Ulacia es una artista y administradora de arte de origen Cubano-Americana con más de 20 años de experiencia trabajando para organizaciones sin fin de lucro. Pasó más de quince años en el área de Washington, DC, donde fue Directora Ejecutiva del Latin American Folk Institute (LAFI). Asimismo, colaboró y dirigió varias compañías de música, teatro y danza, trabajando para organizaciones como Smithsonian Institution, the Clarice Smith Performing Arts Center, the Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, Gala Hispanic Theater, the Washington Performing Arts Society, the InSeries, y con su propia organización de musica y baile Afro-Cubano. En el año 2006, Ulacia se traslad??a Nueva York para trabajar como Directora Ejecutiva de la Isadora Duncan Dance Foundation. Estuvo a cargo de la recaudación de fondos institucionales del Dance Theater Workshop, dirigió el departamento de desarrollo y artes escénicas del Museum for African Art y fue Directora de Desarrollo del Cedar Lake Contemporary Ballet. Actualmente es Directora Ejecutiva del  Afro Latin Jazz Alliance de Nueva York.       Ms. Ulacia estudió en el prestigioso conservatorio de música Amadeo Roldán en Havana, Cuba. Cuenta con una Licenciatura en Comunicación y Medios Visuales y una Maestría en Arts Management obtenida en American University de Washington, DC. Como artista y productora independiente, ha sido consultor del FLIC Festival en Brooklyn, reconocida plataforma para coreógrafos y artistas de Nueva York.   In partnership with NoMAA (Northern Manhattan Arts Alliance) and Sugar Hill Museum of Children's Art and Storytelling, New York Foundation for the Arts (NYFA), is pleased to announce Doctor’s Hours for Artists in Spanish. A program developed to provide individual, free, consultations in Spanish, serving artists in all disciplines, including film and video makers, and writers. If you have reached a crossroads in your project, are having trouble beginning or completing a work sample, building a website or outreach strategy, or simply looking for direction, this may be a great opportunity for you to meet with a art professional to receive the advice you need. Register for a 30 minute session in Spanish with Marietta Ulacia!  Marietta Ulacia, Executive Director – Afro Latin Jazz Alliance Marietta Ulacia is a Cuban-American artist and arts administrator with over 20 years of experience working in the non-profit cultural field. She spent over fifteen years in the Washington DC area where she was the Executive Director of the Latin American Folk Institute (LAFI). As a cultural leader in the Washington, DC area she spearheaded many partnerships among numerous music, theater and dance companies, working with cultural organizations such as the Smithsonian Institution, the Clarice Smith Performing Arts Center, the Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, Gala Hispanic Theater, the Washington Performing Arts Society, the InSeries, and her own Afro-Cuban dance and music ensemble.  In 2006 Ms. Ulacia moved to New York to work as Executive Director of the Isadora Duncan Dance Foundation. She managed institutional fundraising at Dance Theater Workshop, led the Development and the Performing Arts departments of the Museum for African Art, and served as Director of Development for Cedar Lake Contemporary Ballet. Ms. Ulacia currently works as Executive Director of the Afro Latin Jazz Alliance in New York City. Ms. Ulacia attended the prestigious Amadeo Roldán Music Conservatory in Havana, Cuba. She holds a Bachelor’s degree in Communications and Visual Media and a Master’s Degree in Arts Management from American University in Washington, DC. Her work as an independent artist and producer includes serving as advisor to the annual FLIC Festival in Brooklyn, a platform for New York choreographers and performance artists.

at Sugar Hill Children’s Museum of Art & Storytelling
898 St Nicholas Ave
New York, United States

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Bob Corker Fights Ted Cruz on Senate Floor You Voted For One thing After 21 Hours Of Filibustering

May 2nd, 2015

Bob Corker Fights Ted Cruz on Senate Floor  You Voted For Something After 21 Hours Of Filibustering

Tennessee Senator Bob Corker was not timid about dealing with his Republican colleagues over defunding Obamacare, tweeting last week it really is a “box canyon” strategy that’ll “fail and weaken our…
Movie Rating: 4 / 5

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Office Hours with Scott Douglass

February 13th, 2015

Office Hours with Scott Douglass
Event on 2015-02-27 08:30:00

On Friday, Feburary 27th, come grab some free coffee from our buddies at Steadfast and chat with Intellectual Property Attorney, Scott Douglass, throughout the week's installment associated with the Skillery's workplace Hours.  

About workplace Hours:

On Friday mornings, we invite Skillery people and buddies set for free drip coffee and coworking with a plus academic component we call workplace Hours. Each week, a local or viewing pro — from content creators to PR veterans to busy store owners — will fulfill, greet, share valuable biz wisdom and answer your concerns, in a casual team setting. It’s our weekly meet up with neighborhood professionals, and you’re invited.

About the Host:

Scott Douglass is an intellectual home lawyer centered on protecting and monetizing customers’ patents, trademarks, and copyrights. He performs this by litigating those liberties in federal court by enforcing trademarks ahead of the U.S. Patent and Trademark workplace. He additionally assists people and companies maximize the worth of these intellectual property through licensing and through brand-enforcement of trademarks online.

Scott wasn’t always an IP geek.  He is initially from Memphis, and he lived in Washington, DC together with Middle East before legislation school.  Nowadays, as well as exercising law, Scott is wanting to stimulate his entrepreneurial nature by assisting his mom simply take their loved ones pound dessert recipe international, via a start-up called Judy Pound Cakes.

whenever Do These Office Hours Take Place?

These workplace hours are on Friday, February 27th from 8:30am to 9:30am.

Questions?

Questions about these workplace Hours? Contact Scott at smd@iplawgroup.com.

 

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

What are my parking options at event?
The Skillery provides lots of free parking. For details, please see our parking map located at theskillery.com/contact. For classes taking place elsewhere, free parking may or may possibly not be available.

What could be the reimbursement policy?
Tickets to classes and events within Skillery are non-refundable. If you’re unable to attend your course, you might offer your solution privately or transfer your ticket to a buddy. For lots more information about our refund policy, click on through to our FAQ, below.

Is my registration/ticket transferrable?
Yes, if you are not able to go to the function, you could offer your admission privately, and/or move your enrollment to a friend, free.

Do I need to bring my printed solution to your event?
Nope. We've got you on our list. Save a tree!

To get more FAQ, please visit theskillery.com/faq.

at The Skillery
1323 Sixth Avenue North
Nashville, United States

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Christmas Hours

December 3rd, 2014

Christmas Hours
Event on 2014-12-25 21:00:00
Cafe and Rock Shop may be open from 11:00am to 9:00pm on Christmas time day.

at Tricky Rock Cafe-Washington DC
999 E Street
Washington, United States

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Deorro – Five Hours (Original Mix)

September 20th, 2014

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Movie Rating: 0 / 5

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Q&A: What are my chances of catching a connecting flight at the Atlanta airport in 1.5 hours?

September 9th, 2013

Question by olotu: What are my chances of catching a connecting flight at the Atlanta airport in 1.5 hours?
I’ve asked this question before but in less detail. I’m flying in to Atlanta this week to arrive at concourse E, then I have to go through immigrations (which can last quite a while), then I have to check out and check-in my luggage before finally heading to concourse A to catch my flight to DC. Can I realistically make this work in 1.5 hours or should I start booking a hotel in Atlanta?

Best answer:

Answer by NOLA guy
The chances are fair if you are a US citizen and poor if not. It will help if your international flight arrives early or at least on time and there are not too many people in line for Immigration in front of you. Try to select a seat as far forward as possible so you exit the aircraft ahead of the crowd, and don’t dawdle on the way to passport control.

There are many flights from Atlanta to Washington and the airline will put you on the next flight if you miss the one scheduled. Check with the airline so you know the next-flight options. It does depend a bit on which DC area airport you are flying to.

As you know, collect your luggage after passport control (there are carts) and go to the Customs checkpoint. The Customs Officer will almost certainly just wave you through. Interline Baggage is just past Customs and you give your luggage to them for transfer to the next flight (don’t really have to “check out and check-in” your luggage – just give the bags to them).

If there are 45 minutes or less before your next flight talk to an airline representative before giving your luggage to Interline Baggage. They may need to re-book you on the next flight and re-tag your luggage. There have been airline reps at Interline Baggage every time I have been through ATL.

You go through security before exiting the Interneational Arrivals area, so be prepared for that. ATL has a very efficient underground transit system and you can quckley get from E to A. Do check the flight info board at the exit for Terminal E to make sure your DC flight’s gate hasn’t changed.

If you are not a US citizen, you are booked on the last flight to DC, your international flight does not arrive early, and there are lots of people in line for Immigration you will almost certainly spend the night in Atlanta. There are many hotels around ATL with airport shuttles and more reachable via taxi. You shouldn’t need a reservation unless you have to stay at a particular hotel.

Good luck!

Give your answer to this question below!

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Where should I visit within a couple of hours of Washington DC?

May 7th, 2013

Question by Jason Bourne: Where should I visit within a couple of hours of Washington DC?
I plan to see the normal tourist things in Washington DC but also was wondering what else is around?

Best answer:

Answer by catsovermen
Baltimore, MD
Philadelphia, PA – granted most of us call it Filthadelphia, but the historic areas are very nice
Williamsburg, VA
Richmond, VA
Annapolis, MD
Shenandoah Valley
Skyline Drive

There are TONS of things within a couple hours of Washington, DC. Too broad to list them all.

Know better? Leave your own answer in the comments!

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'Fiscal cliff' talks stall in final hours

December 31st, 2012

'Fiscal cliff' talks stall in final hours
In an interview aired Sunday on NBC's "Meet the Press," President Barack Obama blamed Republicans for the stalemate that brought lawmakers back to Capitol Hill on a weekend. Obama urged the GOP to drop its opposition to tax increases on top earners …
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Obama targets GOP inaction on cliff
“Americans elected President Obama to lead, not cast blame,” Boehner said in a statement. “The president's comments today are ironic, as a recurring theme of our negotiations was his unwillingness to agree to anything that would require him to stand up …
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Obama is right, “the question is whether we are we going to be able to have a
Since President Obama wants us to have a “national conversation” about gun control, I hope it's not amiss to add some data to the chit-chat. The Sacramento Bee reports that “gun deaths and injuries have dropped sharply in California, even as the number …
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Q&A: How many hours does it take to drive from NYC to Washington DC?

September 13th, 2011

Question by ????xíã Ÿ’s ????y ??? Dec 7?: How many hours does it take to drive from NYC to Washington DC?
My husband and I are planning a trip this summer.

We are not completely sure where we are going yet, but we are looking which city to visit.

We were thinking about NYC,

but, in case we want to drive to Washington DC, how many hours does it take to drive from NYC to DC? For those who have driven in between both?

Best answer:

Answer by spundtucker
Have you considered either the Delaware or New Jersey beaches?
Cape Cod is very nice.
Anyway…..
about 4 hours

What do you think? Answer below!

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Is Obama really going to make teens do 50+ Hours of community service a year?

July 12th, 2011

Question by Jason: Is Obama really going to make teens do 50+ Hours of community service a year?
I skimmed through debates on why and why not Obama/Mccain should be president. Somewhere I read Obama will make Middle/High School Students do 50+ hours of community service a year.
Is this true or false?
Sounds like a retarded idea too me.
Some kids, more as of lately, do not have time to waste volunteering.

Best answer:

Answer by falisrm
true.

It will be a requirement to graduate.

What do you think? Answer below!

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