Our Partners During the Corona crisis
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Highlighting our local partners

Cultural and arts organizations are hurting in these difficult times in which they have had to cancel their events for the foreseeable future. Yet necessity is the mother of invention leading to an explosion of online creativity.  We are very impressed with what our local partners have been up to since the corona crisis began and want to share some highlights with you. Of course, these projects do not replace the missing income from cancelled events, so we encourage you to support these and other arts and cultural organizations if possible.


 

Hello World Photo Credit: Bongkarn Thanyakij

Transcultural Exchange Conference: Hello World

Hello World  is a simple, but powerful gesture of global solidarity during the COVID-19 pandemic, a greeting to/from our colleagues around the world. The project's aim is to continue to encourage international exchange among artists, showcase diverse works to new audiences and foster dialog between peoples of many different cultures – without anyone having to leave their homes.  Artists (of all disciplines) and arts and cultural venues anywhere in the world can participate for free.

Incorporated Sept. 17, 2002 as a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, TransCultural Exchange's mission is to foster a greater understanding of world cultures through high-quality art projects, cultural exchanges and educational programming, most notably, a biennale International Conference on Opportunities in the Arts.

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non-event at home

Our partner over many years, and experimental music gurus, Non-Event  reacted very quickly and initiated a weekly streamed series of performances with local artists very early on. What a great way to support local musicians in these difficult times!