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Join us in creating a culture of peace, we're in - are you?: PDF Print E-mail
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Sunday, 24 March 2013 08:41


Proclamation for Creating a Culture of Peace and Nonviolence


I invite you to join the Peace Walker Society | Sangha of the FUSION Foundation, in making a commitment to creating a culture of peace.


A Global Call to Action

The FUSION Foundation | Peace Walker Society | Sangha

The FUSION Foundation and the Peace Walker Society | Sangha are committed to developing a creative community that provides an environment for a culture of peace, compassion and nonviolence to flourish, to elevate the human condition and to share it with the planet. We draw upon the peace and wisdom traditions of all cultures and seek to discover the emerging next practices to model, share and teach.

In the midst of witnessing unthinkable and tragic violence in recent years, The FUSION Foundation is compelled to take meaningful action to call upon our desire for peace on Earth. We know each of us can do something and we invite you to join us in proclaiming our commitment to creating a path to peace and nonviolence.
The FUSION Foundation has witnessed an exponential growth of peacebuilding efforts emerging in our local community and around the world.
The FUSION Foundation believes the way to create change is through relationship building and local action with a global vision. With this in mind, The FUSION is excited to extend an invitation to the Peace Walker Society to our local and global community.
In April 2011, The FUSION Foundation collaborated with community partners to catalyze a worldwide 
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Winter Solstice 2010


Winter Solstice Celebration 2010 @ Trinity Cathedral, Phoenix


On Tuesday, December 21st a collaboration between Trinity Cathedral (1st Avenue & Roosevelt), the Cultural Arts Coalition and TerraDance®, offered a Planetary Dance® to the community beginning @ 7:00 PM. This is a process and strategy that builds upon the diversity of the human condition to unite people through purposeful movement to the rhythm of the drums. The origins of Planetary Dance® began more than 30 years ago as an effort by dance pioneer, Anna Halprin, to create collaborative, participatory movement experiences.

ARTiculation - annie loyd and friends! PDF Print E-mail
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Monday, 15 November 2010 17:24

Join Annie Loyd and friends for ARTiculation - an art show to be enjoyed and experienced!

Mixed with great holiday finds, food, beverages, music and incredible people!





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Calle 16 Kick Off Phoenix Arizona PDF Print E-mail
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Monday, 25 October 2010 07:29
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SB1070: An Artist's Point of View PDF Print E-mail
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Thursday, 26 August 2010 00:00

The collection of prints, sculptures, paintings and photographs are featured in the traveling exhibit, "SB1070: An Artist's Point of View," which opened at the Arizona Latino Arts & Cultural Center in Phoenix the weekend before the law took effect on July 29.

The show will move to galleries throughout Arizona and across the country in an effort to educate the public on how artists from the state that has become ground zero in the immigration debate perceive the matter, said the show's organizer.

"This educational exhibit was born from the thought that there has to be a different way of reaching people's hearts on this issue," said Annie Loyd, founder and CEO of The FUSION Foundation, which organized the exhibit in collaboration with the cultural center.

"This show is not a protest show," she said. "This was truly meant to be something that evokes people's emotions, that allows you to work your way into the art and really consider what's going on."

The show took shape quickly after its conceptualization in a marketing meeting in early June. A call to artists in Arizona for contributions was quickly met with more submissions than the show could hold, prompting its organizers to rotate pieces each time the show moves to a new space.

In their works, the artists bring their personal history and experiences with immigration in Arizona -- a divisive issue in the border state long before SB1070 brought it under the national microscope.

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