NICODA Biweekly Newsletter: How We Are Connected 3

The New International Center of Diverse Artists Presents
An International Festival Exploring the Cultural DNA of Performing Arts

“HOW WE ARE CONNECTED”

This is the first festival of its kind to come to New York. Its theme was inspired by a National Geographic program titled: ‘The Genographic Project‘. Using the arts, we will help compass the depth of human connections. Expect The Unexpected in three days of electrifying performances. A must see event. Surprising!

We are excited about the possibilities of partnering with Center Stage, The Hip Hop Hall of Fame and The NAMMY’s (Native American Music Awards) to present fabulous performances by 50 celebrated artists. The festival premiers late summer, 2011.

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“HOW WE ARE CONNECTED”
is just one of the programs that NICODA is presenting this year. We have a planned series of events that inspire artistic collaborations between cultures, while encouraging artists to reach inside and touch their own unique vision of self and art.
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WE NEED YOUR FINANCIAL SUPPORT
Join NICODA. Aspire. be.
Tax deductible donations are accepted through our fiscal sponsor, New York Foundation for the Arts (NYFA). Make checks payable to NYFA, but be sure to write NICODA in the memo section.
Mail Checks To:
NICODA
107-23 71st Road, Suite 103
Forest Hills, NY 11375
Email: connect@nicoda.org
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About NICODA
NICODA is the New International Center of Diverse Artists, a performing arts organization that believes it is important that cultures speak to each other. Our mission is to provide a platform to excite artistic collaborations between an ethnically and culturally diverse group of artists and foster diversity in the arts, while encouraging artists to reach inside and touch their own unique vision of self and art. NICODA. Aspire. be.

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