The Millennium Project Global Arts and Media Node

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The Millennium Project Global Arts and Media Node

This group will have the opportunity to make suggestions and stay updated on the progress of creating and facilitating a Global Arts and Media Node for the Millennium Project. Search IMMERSE IN THE FUTURE at You Tube to view additional five talks.

Website: http://millennium-project.org
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Latest Activity: Feb 6, 2014

IMMERSE IN THE FUTURE - PART 1

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15 Global Challenges: Violence Against Women Resource 1 Reply

As we continue to develop the Global Arts and Media Node we are gathering what will eventually be a database of relevant information/resources to post under categories of each challenge.  This is an…Continue

Started by Kate McCallum. Last reply by Jahna Nov 22, 2010.

Institute for Alternative Futures Awards!

The Institute for Alternative Futures (IAF) is a leader in the creationof preferred futures. Since its founding in 1977 by Clement Bezold,Alvin Toffler and James Dator, IAF has helped organizations…Continue

Started by Kate McCallum Oct 25, 2010.

STATE OF THE FUTURE 2010 2 Replies

An update on the new STATE OF THE FUTURE REPORT 2010…Continue

Started by Kate McCallum. Last reply by Al Link and Pala Copeland Aug 6, 2010.

Arts & Media Node Report 2 Replies

On June 6-8th Kate McCallum and myself attended the 2010 meeting of the global Millennium Project in Boston, MA on our way back from Egypt.  At the meeting we introduced the Arts & Media Node's…Continue

Started by Ed Lantz. Last reply by Dana Klisanin Jul 27, 2010.

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Comment by Kate McCallum on July 31, 2010 at 1:25am
Dan,
Thank you so very much for encouraging your students to explore the SOF Report and the 15 Global Challenges. I am so deeply moved by the video Drake created. Please send him our regards and deep gratitude. It is my hope that c3 and the Millennium Project can work with you and the Winston School to continue to support your students in exploring the SOF report and then creating art and media that addresses the work. I look forward to speaking to you more about collaboration towards this endeavor. You are a wonderful teacher and inspiration to all.

I will forward the video on to Jerome Glenn, the founder and director of the Millennium Project.

Thank you, again for your great work.

Deep regards,
Kate
Comment by James J. Cremin on July 27, 2010 at 9:16pm
That's very brave to work out your own imperfections while broadcasting one of the most deadly imperfection our society can produce: war and how it hurts the innocent victims.
Comment by Dan Peragine on July 27, 2010 at 8:45pm
Thank You Jeff,

Yes , embrace .
It is a privilidge to work with these young individuals. Drake is a sensative creative artist. He is classically trained on the piano, a composer and already a Cancer survivor.

I learn a great deal about myself here while teaching. In a recent address to our student body ,in recognition of 21 years of service here
I said "You all are truely an inspiration to me!" Our students are the "cracker kids", who fall through the cracks of mainstream education. The Dyslexics, the ADD, ADHD.
I finally diagnosed myself.
Comment by Jeff Hutner on July 27, 2010 at 10:38am
Powerful Dan. Can't wait to see the 15 videos they are preparing. We need to face our shadow in order to move through it and live a soulful connected life with others and the planet.

Arthur Miller in After the Fall had a moment during the war in which one of the characters says something like "One day you inhale the wonderful smell of fresh baked bread and the next there's blood in the streets. I began having a reoccurring dream and in the dream I saw a horribly disfigured child and at first I could not even look at him but each night I was able to get closer and closer until I finally picked the child up and looked in his eyes and saw it was me. Finally, you must take your life in your arms."
Comment by Dan Peragine on July 27, 2010 at 9:59am
Here is one of the videos produced this last spring by one of the students here at Winston, the global challenge he chose was terrorism.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gtWcPZSPg-s
Comment by Michael Sibbio on July 26, 2010 at 10:11pm
If the CPI report from Transparency intl. is correct concerning global corruption on the rise in regards to how decisions may be brokered that are inevitably impacting our environment and lives, we may want to consider what we may do to impact those decisions being made, as we continue to consume and industrialize our world.
The fact is, that waspublished in the SOFI report, that we have a very viable tool to combat this reality of corruption.
Considering the fact that our reach through the net will be extended to communicating with half of the globe within the next five years, it is our opportunity to continue to promote our messages that will deliver impact and thus help to drive changes that will be fueled by public demand. This is a very tangible way to bring about change through awareness.
Comment by Tom Christoffel on April 30, 2010 at 8:53pm
The future is regional. People acknowledging boundaries and choosing to work across them.
Comment by Joanne Warfield on April 30, 2010 at 11:18am
Here's to bringing in the power of Now.

Thanks always Kate,
Joanne
Comment by Kate McCallum on March 12, 2010 at 12:35am
Dan! I can't wait to see the videos either. This is so great as to me our youth are our future and their perspectives on these issues and their solutions will be invaluable! Bravo. Please have them join the site too and this group. Bravo!
Comment by Maryann Miller on March 10, 2010 at 11:33am
Hello Fellow World Servers,
It is indeed a privilege to connect with each of you and share this journey toward a higher consciousness for all. I look forward to our work together.
Maryann
 

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