In this video blog, Patrice Milillo empowers teachers to innovative programs that cultivate community and bring people together to activate their space. The idea is to bring the community into the classroom and the classroom out into the community.
The Recycled Orchestra, a group in Cateura, Paraguay liberated itself by playing musical instruments made entirely of garbage.
The Weekly Why? Why do I believe the arts can empower us to recreate ourselves and the world we inhabit?
Ever since I could bounce my clumsy toddler body to the beat of a song or assert my existence with my name scribbled on a wall in blue crayon, the arts have been my power.
Globally acclaimed Pianist, Jazz Composer, humanitarian, UNESCO’s Artist for Peace, and founder of the Panama Jazz Festival Danilo Perez, explains to Patrice Milillo music's ability to restore humanity.
What is the difference between an artist and an ideologue?
Art is Power's Patrice Milillo visits Sacramento's Art Street to experience the power of community building, consciousness raising, and entertainment through art.
This video demonstrates the power of community, creativity, Art, and I can't forget to mention, good barbecue.
Where can a person go to have honest dialogue with strangers about sensitive and controversial topics without polarizing everyone involved?
This is a time, right now, from my point of view, when there is an enormous need for the artist to step forward and project images that say a thousand words. You don’t have to read huge columns of information about trump did this and trump did that. In one second an image can project all of that, and I think that the political artists are beginning to step up to do that.
By traveling to distant, often dangerous places around the world, well outside of his comfort zone, French […]