Wang Ping’s ‘Kinship of Rivers Festival’ Sunday 21st. Trinidad Colorado…….

Wang Ping’s ‘Kinship of Rivers Festival’ Sunday 21st, Trinidad Colorado

Acclaimed Laureate Wang Ping Returns to ‘The Colony’, Trinidad Colorado.

‘KINSHIP OF RIVERS FESTIVAL’

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Sunday May 21st 3-7 MST

Amato Lumber

224 E. Godding Street, Trinidad, Colorado, 81082

As promised the irrepressible Wang Ping is returning to Trinidad Colorado with her Kinship of Rivers Festival to prepare traditional Chinese dumplings.

Her backdrop will be in the Amato Lumber Yard (The Diamond in the Rough) where her ‘Kinship of Rivers’ flag installations will be on display, share stories and christen the future ‘Sitt Nyein Aye Arts & Cultural Center’.

Renowned Burmese artist Sitt Nyein Aye will perform a hands on mural painting demonstration that is sure to be fun for young and old.

From Indigenous to Intergalactic, everyone welcome to share a day

Kids will have a blast

Inquires

Ron Amato

719 846 7474

noveho@yahoo.com

Buffalohair: Legendary Burmese Activist/Artist Sitt Nyein Aye Gallery Appears in Trinidad / Colorado Go Fund Me.Click here to support LETS MAKE GLOBAL ART HISTORY organized by Carlos Buffalohair………

 

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Yes, The New Pup Reporter Loki, is behind this one! Stamp of Approval : Bear The Wonder Dog Approves!

Youth and their Art may have their own Museum / Gallery. A good start today With Their paintings! 🙂

Would each of us that are visiting these pages , be willing to send a USA Five Dollars / $5.00 for the International Children Artist Museum  AT ” Sitt Nyein Aye , Art and Culture Center ”  and help the Children send in their Art for Display and the selling their art for them, Around the World ?

Awe ……. Thank You so much!

Love, Ann

 

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The Sitt Nyein Aye Art’s & Cultural Center

Named for renowned Burmese Artist/Activist U Sitt Nyein Aye, this complex is actually a lumberyard set on two commercially zoned blocks (1 acre), with approximately 30,000 sq. ft. of covered space,  2 story building, warehouses, blab, blab, blab. The story of how we managed to score this primo piece of property is a story in itself for it was a hazardous journey.

Now we own it all, lock, stock and tomahawk but we face another daunting challenge, to bring the existing compound up to speed with regard to the United Nations Convention on the Rights of Disabled People (CRPD), The International Disabilities Alliance (IDA) & The American’s With Disabilities Act (ADA).

Being that I am disabled as well as many of my friends I know the struggles a disabled person must endure during the course of just one day, both physical and the emotional aspects of our condition. I don’t simply want to comply with disabilities mandates, I want to embrace these mandates.

Lessons learned by the devastating Oakland Artist Collective Fire a few months back exposed the  critical need to address public safety from a variety of vantage points. What about the disabled people who would not be as ambulatory in escaping a fire? How would they escape & how would they survive?

Adding to our concerns is the fact we want to build an International Children’s Art Museum within this complex. How can we make this facility safe for everyone who enters this compound, especially kids? Toss in the myriad of shops, galleries and the visitors they will being to our complex and it is all to clear, Public Safety & Disabilities MUST be addressed from the very beginning NOT as an after thought.

After watching as our community races to comply with Disabilities mandates after the fact, spending millions to renovate and cobble ramps and doorways, we want to do things different and that is why I am here, to petition the global art community for assistance.

I mentioned 5 million dollars as the sum we would need to bring this arts center into compliance in the very beginning and believe me, this is a conservative estimate since fire mitigation is also necessary. So I am petitioning for the assistance from the international commercial sector as well as the citizens & artisans of the world in the evolution of this arts complex.

Along with funding it would be way cool to have engineers, architects and innovators in the field of Disabilities to assist in the construction of this arts complex. This could be a veritable showcase of  innovation   design that could revolutionize how we address the growing number of disabled clientele globally speaking.

Being that I am disabled I can safely say that it would be nice to be able to visit places that are accessible to the disabled regardless of handicap. To have freedom of movement and share in the beauty of art rather than wondering if your wheelchair will fit in the door. When I was wheelchair bound I hated crashing into people because there was no room on the walk path for me to pass.

Who would benefit from this Project? The Global Art Community & the disabled would by having another international arts and cultural destination. But for the disabled artists & entrepreneur this would be a blessing. To address the needs for the disabled from the very beginning would also open up opportunity for the disabled to get involved with this arts & cultural project from the very onset. Maybe have their own store or gallery.

The lumberyard is raw, ready for development and is prime for Innovations in the world of disabilities. This must be addressed before we can move forward. Addressing disabilities in the design & construction of this complex will save millions if we address this in the beginning. With the help of the global public and experienced professionals in the World of Disabilities this could be more than a real cool art & cultural center.

The Sitt Nyein Aye Arts & Cultural Center would be an international showcase or blueprint of how we can address the needs of disabled human beings in the future. Now that would make history in any ones book.

My mentor and dear friend the late Robert Perske championed the cause of the disabled and he continues to be my inspiration. If only he was here to see what I’ve gotten myself into now.

I know he would be proud…

 

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Sculpture Artist John Raggio’s New gallery, A Brief Tour of His Establishment and Just for Fun, A Pottery Making Demonstration with an Avant-Garde Twist that is Raggio’s Signature…

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Antonio Sanchez Sitt Nyein Aye is preparing a body of work!

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Sitt Nyein Aye is preparing a body of work which he plans to exhibit in the not too distant future. He is a fantastic artist! There is a brief bio of him https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sitt_Nyein_Aye

art@apt.: Studio visit to Ko Sitt Nyein Aye. Colorado USA.

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art@apt.: Studio visit to Ko Sitt Nyein Aye. Colorado USA.
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Artist/Activist Sitt Nyein Aye’s Gift to His Comrades in Burma – Remember The Heroes of 8-8-88

Artist/Activist Sitt Nyein Aye’s Gift to His Comrades in Burma – Remember The Heroes of 8-8-88

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From Sitt Nyein Aye to His Comrades in Burma