We are so excited to invite you to join the Greater Los Angeles Chapter - USNC for UN Women in our #HeForSheLA! event! Amazing speakers, panel discussions, delicious food, and loads of fun! But most importantly it will be an opportunity for men and women to engage in meaningful conversations and interactions on how we can achieve gender equality - locally and globally. The event will be at the beautiful KYOTO GARDENS in Downtown Los Angeles on August 23, 2015, Sunday 4pm - 7pm More details about speakers and sponsors coming soon! TICKETS: get them here ! https://www.eventbrite.com/e/heforshe-la-tickets-17843063082 ONLINE $12 for non members 2 for $15 $10 (Members, Students) DOOR $15 HASHTAGS: #HeForSheLA #HeForShe Follow us on our different social platforms to learn more about UN Women: Twitter: https://twitter.com/unwomenla Website: http://www.unwomen-usnc.org/greaterla TRANSPORT: We are huge fans of CAR POOLING and PUBLIC TRANSPORT! If you need or can offer a ride please post your location on our event wall! FOR MORE INFO/INQUIRIES: Contact: email@example.com (I'll be helping facilitate discussions when we break into groups! =) )
The next installment of The Formula is around the corner. Mark your calendars; we got a full line up! From actors, to philanthropists, to a singer, and a poet the night is going to be great. The Formula is a series of talks with people that have followed their passion to success while having a positive impact on the world. The show will focus on deep discussions around success, inspiration, and motivation. Ingredients include, business, art, music, and more. For Location, to get tickets, & to lean more about The Formula Ep3 go to below link - www.theformulaep3.splashthat.com/ Hosted by myself Nathan Chandra Special Guest Include Travis Van Winkle (TNT's The Last Ship & BuildOn Ambassador) Azie Tesfai (CW's Jane The Virgin & Fortuned Culture Founder) Susie Suh (Singer Songwriter) Sean Hill (International Poet / Actor / Being) DJ Samsonite aka Sam Zamir (Sound Selector)
Hey there beautiful people! We are exhilarated to be back and bringing you another amazing lineup of uber talented individuals to bless our stage with dance, music, art and poetry. This month we have Selina Carrera and Bianka Brunson, both beautiful and talented freestyle singers from LA who will blow your minds and show you the meaning of lyrical freedom. We have Sean Hill, a super duper dope poet/actor whose body of work speaks for itself. We have some international guests in Jessica Trujillo Reyes, Nany Guerrero and Paola Moreno Pulido, all visiting from Mexico and blessing us with some dancing for our movement portion, we have a very good friend of ours Chris Halo, guitarist, singer extroirdenaire serenading us with some of his new work, and last but certainly not least we have the lovely Cortnee Brush aka Vaguely Babely live painting throughout the night and selling some of her work. As always we will get the night started with our house band, Long Beach's own The Black Noise, (check them out, they are incredible) and the night will be hosted by the radiant singer/dancer/poet/actor Samantha Parks Bulls Daughter. We will start promptly at 7:15 so if you want to sign up and get on the mic, definitely come a bit early as we have a limited number of slots available this month. We can't wait to see all of your beautiful faces!!!! As always this event is 100% free but this month we will be passing around a hat for donations at some point, so come ready to give and to receive and lets's keep SIE and our local artist community alive!!! Remember Its about love, not levels ♥ ♥ ♥
Sean Hill is a SAG actor, poet, humanitarian, and world changer! Sean will talk about his upcoming events and raising money through a fitness challenge for building a school in Nepal!! You can be part of this incredible story! Call 323 657-1493 to ask Sean a question and join in the fun! Check out Sean's website by clicking here! www.letsbendreality.com Sean is still fundraising with friends from some of your favorite TV shows & films to build schools in Nepal and Malawi, Africa...it's NOT TOO LATE! See Sean in USA Today here! http://college.usatoday.com/2015/05/05/sean-hill-is-waging-a-war-for-peace-through-poetry/ HEAR YOU SOON!
Don't miss the Album Release party of August Light. In a bold and eclectic move, Marco Aiello is releasing his new album alongside the screening of Fragile World - an independent full length film which features songs from the album - and Aiello in a supporting lead role playing a musician struggling with mental illness. Not only are tracks from August Light featured in the film's soundtrack, but Aiello's character also performs music within the film. Fragile World was recently nominated for Best Soundtrack by the Pan Pacific Film Festival - a festival focused on showcasing film and music that not only entertains but inspires the spirit. 8/11 also happens to be the artist's birthday. Come join this talented musician and actor for a celebration that will be uplifting and memorable!
Sounds Like: Saul Williams, Amir Sulaiman, Macklemore, Atmosphere, Sage Francis
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Bio: Living for 8 months in Beijing studying while performing theater deeply impacted and enhanced the passion of living Sean Hill wishes to share with the world. His artistry embraces all people while reminding them of why we are beautifully fun beings regardless of what we go through or what we con...See Full Bio
“Hill’s performance of his original poem “Only Human” earned him first place in a spoken word competition hosted by indi.com which saw submissions from across the globe late last year. He points to his class discussions at California State University, Northridge as pivotal experiences that nurtured his craft. “Poetry is beautiful,” Hill says. “But then, if it’s not discussed and interpreted, and re-thought about and re-discussed, it doesn’t have its full potential achieved.” IMG_8494240659619Hill led an after school workshop at Oscar de la Hoya High School in LA for two years, walking students through poetic exercises, writing techniques, and improv games. He says he wanted to “help get them out of their shells. Basically, get them to a comfort level where they would want to express what’s in their minds and hearts.””