Sector 3: Art & Culture

The Art & Culture Sector focuses on music, theater, video, photography, fine and folk art, dance, sculpture, and literature. It is the “stuff” dreams are made of and a primary outlet for the evolutionary impulse which infuses the Universe. Usually, art is a by-product of culture – the environmental influence that inspires artists. Yet, in this age of global communication, artists may be impressed and aroused by ideas generated on the other side of the Earth … and beyond. Consequently, this Sector is a true barometer and precursor of what we will manifest together as we build the New World.

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Emerging in this Sector

Vagina Monologues
East of the River

Anacostia Arts Center
Washington, DC
River Girls

The Vagina Monologues East River is a part of the Global VDAY Campaign. The performance aims to heighten awareness about violence against women and girls and will make you laugh, smile, and cry.

Date: February 9 @ 3:30 – 5:00 pm
Cost: $15 - $20

African Dance, Music
and the Oral Tradition

Henrico Theatre
Henrico, VA
African Dancers

Elegba Folklore Society brings the culture of West Africa to you in this interactive concert.

Date: February 11 @ 7:00 pm
Cost: FREE

From Yankee Doodle to Dixie: The Importance of Music in Early Virginia

Capitol Ale House
Richmond, VA
Music in Early VA

Discover how early Virginians integrated music
into their daily lives.

Date: February 13 @ 6:30 pm
Cost: FREE

Member Events

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Mar 10, 2017 Oracle Oratorio at the Oracle Temple

Join us in raising our voices and our spirits at the Oracle Temple, a new church that was launched in January 2015 by The Oracle Institute for the Valley of Light micro-community and the public.

The Oracle Oratorio will be a recurring event on the second Friday of each month. We will embark on a multi-cultural vocal adventure, which will include American folk songs and diverse traditions. Familiar songs will be made new, and new songs will be made familiar.