The Cole Porter Society promotes Cole Porter’s Musical legacy to children and adults in order to enrich their lives through musical experiences. The Cole Porter Society aims to ensure the musical literacy and cultural heritage of one of America’s foremost composers and lyricists is passed on to this and to future generations.
Metabolic Films is dedicated to developing and producing contemplative films that explore the complex landscapes we inhabit through stories of inquiry and interconnection. Located in Bolinas, California, Metabolic Films strives to make ecological films that inspire viewers to examine our myriad correlations as participants on the living earth.
The P.A.T.H. project is designed to provide a platform incarcerated artists - those in the shadows and largely hidden to the public eye providing prisoners with a vehicle to give back to the community in a meaningful and powerful way through art. P.A.T.H activities include a, “Call to Incarcerated Artists” once or twice a [...]
Resilient Shore was created to help the community of San Rafael find effective ways to deal with flooding and sea level rise challenges for people and the environment. Resilient Shore’s mission emphasizes natural resource strategies to deliver shoreline protection. Its current focus is protecting central and east San Rafael, including Marin County’s largest disadvantaged community: [...]
The SVAF brings together key authors from around the world to discuss their books and the “how and why” of their writing. As part of the program, individuals with “ideas” that are transforming our lives through medicine, technology, entertainment and communication may also be presenting
Spectrum Surf Camps provides surfing experiences for children and young adults with autism. The curriculum includes summer camps, group and individual surfing lessons. The Camp includes a team of professionals to address the special needs of the participants who have been diagnosed with autism.
Transcend Stem is a primary prevention/intervention project aimed at impacting high risk youth ages 3-18. The youth will be engaged in projects that teach and put into practice what they learn in school in the areas of Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM).