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The Phoenix and the Songbird: How Art Carries us Through Tragedy

Andy Fyfe May 13, 2021

2020 has been a year of deep struggle and strife. And one of the most difficult industries to survive has been the music and arts. When we see the protests for Black Lives Matter at Grand Army Plaza in Brooklyn, we also see trumpets, percussion, and dance. When we see boarded up windows along the streets past curfew, we see murals of message and power. Through the streets of Italy we saw neighbors taking to their balconies to join each other through song. Join us for this conversation and performance of how music can help us become a phoenix and carry us through, further and stronger, and the role of business along the way.

Format

Radical Collaboration

Meta Themes

  • Equity & Inclusion

  • Social Entrepreneurship

Themes

music, arts, hope, belonging

Purpose and Desired Outcome

people to have refuge in music, dance, art, and gathering in between difficult topics of deep brain work and transition to heart work and grounding.

Audiences

  • Artists & Culture-makers

  • Entrepreneurs

Speakers

  • NameLeah Song
  • TitleSinger/Storyteller
  • OrganizationRising Appalachia
  • StatusInvited
  • NameDanika Padilla
  • TitleSR. DIRECTOR OF SOCIAL IMPACT
  • OrganizationMeow Wolf
  • StatusInvited
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