Still EchoesRasmuson Foundation has launched a new series of videos that add to the web-based collection of stories we call “Glimpses of Who We Are.” Today we share the fourth in that series - a piece that questions the origins of artistic inspiration.
Haven HouseToday we share the third in our new video series - a piece titled "Haven House" that looks at the work of a Homer nonprofit that provides advocacy and emergency shelter for victims of domestic violence and sexual assault. As filmmaker Brian George Smith says about SPHH, "Many lives are saved in this humble little clapboard building. Many lives are indeed begun anew."
The TrailLast week Rasmuson Foundation launched a new series of videos that add to the web-based collection of stories we call "Glimpses of Who We Are." Today we share the second in that series - a whimsical, possibly mysterious short that film maker Ellen Frankenstein says was "inspired by late night episodic-serial TV watching."
Introducing video glimpsesToday Rasmuson Foundation launches the next generation of its web-based storytelling. This time, with a nod to advances made in networking speed and connectivity, working with media artists to tell stories about the nonprofit sector.
Sabbatical: go for itAre you (or do you know) a nonprofit leader interested in the Rasmuson Foundation Sabbatical Program? We asked some former Sabbatical recipients about the value of their sabbatical, and if they had any advice for you. In this post, Rasmuson Foundation President Diane Kaplan shares stories about the impact of time away.
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- Juneau artist Crystal Worl takes Tlingit culture to the national level — through a postage stamp - Alaska Beacon March 22
- Juneau artist Crystal Worl takes Tlingit culture to the national level — through a postage stamp March 22