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Events : Celebrating Brazil - Krohn Butterfly Ball (April 29, 2011)
Posted by admin on 2011/4/30 10:55:33 (2312 reads)

Baile de Carnaval! - Krohn Butterfly Ball

What a party!!!! The HOTTEST ever in the Krohn Conservatory!

You can check out the pictures on Facebook (click here)

More info about the Butterfly Show itself is on the Website:


http://www.butterflyshow.com/

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Events : Krohn Butterfly Ball - Celebrating Brazil (Fri., April 29, 2011)
Posted by admin on 2011/4/27 7:00:00 (2784 reads)

Baile de Carnaval!

Krohn Butterfly Ball

Krohn Conservatory kicks off the 2011 Butterfly Show, "Butterflies of Brazil", with a brilliant night of culinary, musical, and cultural experiences. 

Friday, April 29, 2011

Celebrate the flavor of Brazil as the evening escalates to a vibrant Carnaval dance party (mask optional).

TICKETS ARE ON SALE NOW ($65):

http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/BaileTickets

 

There is only very limited number of them and the event is always sold out, so hurry up.

More info about the Butterfly Show itself is on the Website:

http://www.butterflyshow.c om/

 

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Events : 2011 ArtsWave's Sampler Weekend: Arte Latino was a total success!
Posted by admin on 2011/4/26 1:45:03 (1708 reads)

This year's Arte Latino, as part of of ArtsWave's Sampler Weekend, moved to AMIS (Academy of Multilingal Immersion Studies), located at 1908 Seymour Ave. in Cincinnati.

Every year, the ArtsWave Sampler Weekends, sponsored by Macy’s, celebrate the creative things — music, dance, theater, museums, and festivals — happening in large and small ways throughout our region. These weekends are great opportunities for families, friends, and neighbors to connect with one another and experience the arts through free events. The six weekends will offer some 180 events at over 75 venues all over the region. 

As in previous years, many local Latino artists will perform and present their art (dance, music, visual arts). See a video from Arte Latino 2011 below:

Pictures are on Facebook: click here

Thanks to everybody who supported it!

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Events : Ballroom Dance Show
Posted by admin on 2011/4/25 3:28:49 (1115 reads)

Tri-State Independent Dance Professionals will present the 4th Annual Ballroom Dance Show at The Carnegie Visual and Performing Arts Center 1028 Scott Boulevard, Covington KY 41011 at 3:00 p.m. on May 1st, 2011

The proceeds from the show will benefit the Eva G. Farris Educational Fund to promote educational programs in the Visual and Performing Arts at The Carnegie.

Tickets for the performance can be purchased through The Carnegie Ticket Office. $15/show ticket.  On Sale NOW. Tickets also available at the door.

To order please call 859-491-2030 or go to www.thecarnegie.com

For more information contact doreen@stepnoutstudio.com

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Events : MidwestLatino Presents Arte Latino at ArtsWave Sampler weekend on April 23, 2011, at AMIS
Posted by admin on 2011/4/17 6:40:00 (2709 reads)

Sampler Weekend celebrates it 25th Anniversary and ArtsWave is excited to try something new – scheduling the Arts Sampler over six weekends during the 12-week community campaign for the arts from mid-February through April, and increasing the number of programs in neighborhood and community arts centers. As part of Sampler Weekend on Saturday, April 23, 12PM - 4 PM, MidwestLatino will present ArteLatino at AMIS:

AMIS (Academy of Multilingual Immersion Studies)
1908 Seymour Ave,
Cincinnati, OH

The ArtsWave Sampler Weekends, sponsored by Macy’s, celebrate the creative things — music, dance, theater, museums, and festivals — happening in large and small ways throughout our region. These weekends are great opportunities for families, friends, and neighbors to connect with one another and experience the arts through free events. The six weekends will offer some 180 events at over 75 venues all over the region. 

As in previous years, many local Latino artists will perform and present their art (dance, music, visual arts). See a video from Arte Latino 2010:



The planned schedule:

Time Slot Artist What
12:00 DJ Rudy Alvarez DJ
12:15 Carlos Flores Mariachi
12:30 Salsaires Cuban Salsa dancing
12:45 George Wojtas Flamenco
13:00 Josefat Celedon Theater
13:15 Rueda de Fuego Salsa Rueda Demo
13:30 Michael Beck  Merenque Lesson
13:45 New Brazil Brazilian Music
14:00 Embajadores Peruanos Peruvian Dance Group
14:15 George Wojtas Flamenco
14:30 New Brazil Brazilian Music
14:45 Embajadores Peruanos Peruvian Dance Group
15:00 Poco Loco Latin Jazz
15:15 AMIS Dance Group Children Dance Group
15:30 Poco Loco Latin Jazz
15:45 Patricia Paz Tango


Free food samples from Mexico (Taqueria Mercado) and Peru (Sabor Peruano)

This event is FREE and open to the public!!!

If you would like to perform or exhibit your visual art, please contact us. There are still spots avaliable.

The ArtsWave Sampler Weekends are a celebration of the arts in our community, and occur throughout the annual community campaign, when people all across our region come together to support the fun things to do in greater Cincinnati.

For a complete schedule of events and an interactive searchable calendar, visit http://www.TheArtsWave.org/arts/sampler. 

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Events : This Saturday, April 16th, Don't miss Rhythms of Our Land at Bi-Okoto!
Posted by admin on 2011/4/14 18:20:00 (997 reads)

Premiering This Saturday!
Rhythms of Our Land, April 16th, 2011 

Click play above, for a little taste


This SATURDAY, Bi-Okoto brings a mixed repertory piece showcasing a series of traditional dances from Nigeria, Ghana, Togo, Benin and Guinea. Dances range from Rites of Passage Dance from Guinea for girls, a Farming Dance from Nigeria, a Harvest Dance from Guinea,  and a fun and flirty Courtship Dance from Benin,Ghana,  and Nigeria. So grab a date, or bring the family to an exciting event that will expose you to the beauty of African culture, right here in local Cincinnati!

April 16th, 2011
7:30pm Bi-Okoto Cultural Centre, 

Adults $18, Children (ages 6-12) & Seniors $12 
All performances are take place at Bi-Okoto, inside the Bi-Okoto Cultural Theatre.

7030 Reading Rd. Suite 662, Cincinnati, OH 45237 

Use the Langdon Farm Rd. / Jordan Crossing entrance 
Call 513-696-2112 or visit www.bi-okoto.com for more details.

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Events : ARTnet (April 1, 2011)
Posted by admin on 2011/3/17 14:41:30 (1090 reads)

FREE!

The event is FREE, but you need to REGISTER: contact sfinn@cincinnatiarts.org or call 513-977-4163

Come, mingle, network and share a cocktail and hors d'oeuvres with other local artists at the Arnonoff Center for ARTNET. 

Date: Friday, April 1 · 5:00pm - 7:30pm

Location: Weston Art Gallerycorner of 7th and Walnut St.Cincinnati, OH


If you are a poet, dancer, singer, musician, visual artist, rapper, a budding artist or an arts organization looking for local talent to network, collaborate or to showcase local artists you can still sign up to be a participant at Artnet email sfinn@cincinnatiarts.org 

Or maybe you want to network, chat and mingle with local artist then register by emailing: sfinn@cincinnatiarts.org

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Education : Career Awareness @ Lakota Hopewell (March 11, 2011)
Posted by admin on 2011/3/11 17:20:00 (953 reads)

SHPE Cincinnati held on March 11th, 2011, a "Career Awareness" seminar for Hispanic 7th and 8th graders at Lakota Hopewell Junior High. The goal was to introduce students to fields in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math).

It is one of SHPE Cincinnati's initiatives to identify and sponsor a group of kids through iSPACE FIRST Lego League (Robotics Clubs). We want to excite the kids and make them aware of the opportunities out there. It was a great experience for SHPE members to interact with young thriving kids who have lot's of questions on college and STEM fields. 

We would like to thank Ms. Sharon Young from iSPACE, all SHPE Volunteers, and the staff of Lakota Hopewell Junior High for support and participation. 

 

   

More pictures are in the Photo Gallery (click here)

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Events : Anaya Gypsy Belly Dance Event - This Weekend!! (March 12, 2011)
Posted by admin on 2011/3/11 16:03:03 (1087 reads)

Our good friends from Anaya Gypsy Belly Dancing group will be performing tomorrow at the ArtsWave Sampler Weekend. Don't miss it!
Be sure to check them out tomorrow at the Cincinnati Ballet! Stick around for a martial arts' demonstration right after the dance performance.
ArtsWave Sampler Weekend 2011 (Formerly Fine Arts Sampler)
 
date: Saturday March 12
 
time: 1:45pm
 
location: Cincinnati Ballet, 1555 Central Parkway, Cincinnati, OH
 
price: FREE!
misc: We're ecstatic to be back at one of our favorite events of the year! And we have a surprise for you...Zach Mechlem & Johnny Ruzsa of Mohenjo Daro will be joining us during the show! We couldn't be more honored and excited to share the stage with these talented musicians. There is free, gated parking right next to the Cincinnati Ballet.

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Events : UC Dance Marathon benefiting Children's Hospital (Feb. 26, 2011)
Posted by admin on 2011/2/27 1:03:24 (1336 reads)

The UC student-organized Cincinnati Dance Marathon kicked off at noon on Feb. 26 and runs through noon on Feb. 27. The event at the UC Campus Recreation Center benefits young patients at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center.

Participants in the dance marathon enjoyed numerous activities such as dancing to favorite songs, playing knockout and dodge ball and learning how to salsa.

This year they were able to raise over $18,000 for the Children's Hospital! Congratulations UC!!!! MidwestLatino is proud to support such a noble initiative!

   

More pictures are on Facebook

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Business : Dinner with Colombian Senator: Juan Manuel Corzo (Thursday, March 3, 2011)
Posted by admin on 2011/2/22 17:00:00 (2478 reads)

 

Juan Manuel Corzo Román, Senator of the Republic of Colombia, was born in Cúcuta (Norte de Santander) in 1961. He is a lawyer specializing in public law, with expertise in financial law.

 
Member of the Colombian Conservative Party, he started his political career in Cúcuta as a City Council member, was elected in 1998 to the House of Representatives of Colombia, and in 2002 to the Senate of Colombia.

He is member of the Commission VI of the Senate, chairman of the Human Rights Commission. He was also a member of Commission III of the Senate (Economic Affairs) and belonged to the Ethics and Peace Commission of the Senate.

The ticket sale has been closed!

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Events : Great Networking SHPE Meeting @ AMIS (Thu. Feb. 17, 2011)
Posted by admin on 2011/2/20 1:11:02 (1062 reads)

On Thursday, Feb. 17, our chapter had its second networking meeting, this time at AMIS (Academy of Multilingual Immersion Studies), which has a high number of Hispanic students.

Representatives form iSPACE presented the Robotics programs that they organize, and which we would like to use as the base for our Robotics Club that we want to start at AMIS.

Several kids from AMIS were able to learn more about the Robotics program and get excited about the possibilities. We hope that our SHPE Members will get involved in helping these kids in their STEM Journey.

We would like to thank Maria Lang from AMIS for the hospitality, and iSPACE representatives for their insightful presentation, as well as representatives from UC, YMCA, and Lakota High School, who were able to join us.  

We hope to invite all our members soon to an official opening of the Robotics Club at AMIS!

  

More info on SHPE Cincinnati Website: www.shpecincinnati.org 

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Community : English Language Learning Foundation announces Award receipients
Posted by admin on 2011/2/19 17:20:00 (2142 reads)

English Language Learning Foundation, 3rd Annual Recognition Breakfast, held at Northern Kentucky University, Thursday, March 3, 2011, 8:30-10:30am Breakfast Program. Corporations, non-profits, higher education institutions and individuals will celebrate children and adults who serve children. The Breakfast includes recognition of:


  • Student of the Year Award - Veronica Rebeca Alamilla, originally from Mexico is a pre-med student at Northern Kentucky University.
  • Educator of the Year Award - Dr. Miriam Steinitz-Kannan, Regents Professor at Northern Kentucky University.
  • Tutor of the Year Award - Lawrence Heitkamp, a volunteer tutor since the program began in 2004.
  • Make a Difference Award - Maria G. Molina, Procter & Gamble's Latin American Development Director and Americas Consumer Relations Manager.
Keynote Speaker – Marilyn Zayas-Davis. Marilyn currently serves as the first Legal Advisor for LULAC Ohio. She has served as member of the Cincinnati Ballet BoD and Centro de Amistad, an organization dedicated to providing services to immigrants.
The Board of the English Language Learning Foundation believes there is no greater cause to champion than providing a well-rounded, culturally diverse education to every child in greater Cincinnati. ELLF annually serves over 2000 children and adults in programs.

For more information call Gregory Stewart at 513.520.5203 or enrollmentman@aol.com

  

Dr. Miriam Steinitz-Kannan               Maria G. Molina

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Business : SHPE Networking Meeting (Thursday, Feb. 17, 2011)
Posted by admin on 2011/2/16 11:48:43 (1051 reads)

The SHPE Cincinnati Professional Chapter would like to invite you to our first in 2011 All Members Meeting on Thursday, Feb. 17th, 4:30 - 6 PM at AMIS (Academy of Multilingual Immersion Studies), located at 1908 Seymour Ave Cincinnati, Ohio 45237.   

The preliminary agenda:  

- Welcome & intro of new members and EBOD
- iSPACE Program Introduction by Educational Outreach Director, Sharon Young
- Chapter initiatives review and volunteers needs by each leader 
     - Targeted schools and leaders (AMIS, Lakota, Princeton)
- Introduction to Robotics Club @ AMIS initiative
- Preliminary 2011 Event Schedule (Local, national, etc.)

We are very excited about the meeting and we hope, you'll join us.

Refreshments and Appetizers will be provided

Please RSVP your participation todayclick here

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Events : Diana Sanchez HOT Salsa performance @ Bartini's this Wednesday
Posted by admin on 2011/2/8 15:03:25 (3313 reads)

This Wednesday  Feb. 9, at our weekly Salsa @ Bartini's, we'll feature a sizzling Salsa performance by internationally recognized performers Diana Sanchez and Carlos Gomez.

Diana Sanchez - originally from Honduras and Carlos Gomez originally from Colombia, bring their L.A. style salsa dancing to Bartini's

Don't miss this special performance by internationally recognized Salseros! They are known for their flavor and tricks they add to their dancing. Don't miss it!

You can see Diana in action on the dance floor in this video from her DVD:

http://www.jonscudder.com/ dianasanchez_dvd.htm

Also with Diana will be three other girls from her dance team.

With this event, we're bringing back our "MidwestLatino Salsa Performance Series" on Wednesdays nights. In the future we'll have the Salsaire dance team, the Rueda de Fuego dance team, and many others.

Bartini's is located at 580 6th Street (corner of Walnut St.).

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