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Art and Playing at Carnegie Hall

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Art and Playing at Carnegie Hall

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“Art enables us to find ourselves and lose ourselves at the same time.” —Thomas Merton

    • • Host of Express Yourself! and uber volunteer, Brigitte Jia, was selected to play in an orchestra at Carnegie Hall. How did she get there? Yes, it is the old saying, “Practice, practice, practice,” Tune in to find out about art, ideas, and more.
    • What is art? Do you think of paintings, sculptures, animation, or museums? What about music, dance, acting, cooking, voice, gardening, speaking, writing, or martial arts?  Culinary arts and performing arts are definitely forms of art. Hosts Brigitte Jia and Joven Hundal notice the small things influence what we all consider as art. Brigitte also reads from her chapter, The Gift of Art, from the forthcoming book, Be the Star You Are!® for Boomers and Millennials.  Joven finds that history and art are connected.  Brigitte recounts her phenomenal and unique experiences playing violin with Davies Symphony, touring in the UK and Chicago, playing alongside Ariel Horowitz and Amos Yang, recording for Torchlight, playing at Carnegie Hall, and more exciting artistic adventures.

Appreciate art for what it is: creativity, skill, and expression.  Yes, Express Yourself!

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Read more about host Brigitte Jia performing at Carnegie Hall: https://www.lamorindaweekly.com/archive/issue1126/Local-students-perform-at-Carnegie-Hall.html

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Back to School By Cynthia Brian

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Teens talk and the world listens every Tuesday NOON PT on the Voice America Kids Network. Produced by StarStyle® Productions, LLC and Cynthia Brian, these young adults know how to rock and express their unique views. Join the fun!

Welcome to back to school! Can you believe that summer is over? Are you ready for a new school year? Hosts Brigitte Jia and Joven Hundal spend an hour with enlightening information to get your best self ready for this educational season. Sports reporter Katie Lyons asks a pertinent question: “What things am I going to do differently this year?” Fortunately she also offers numerous suggestions to make the following year a great one.

First time author, Fayth Thomas shares real life lessons on positive living including how to provide healthy back to school lunches and snacks with her book, Being the Best You! The book inspires readers to do their part to combat a once-uncommon disease that now, according to the CDC, affects more than 208,000 people under 20 years of age. Being the Best You!explores diabetes in a way that is simple for children to understand, as well as inspires children to strive for career paths that make a difference in their local community.

Brigitte gives a list of ways to be artistic and expressive with pencil cases, binders, collages, and more in Art Attack. Art is simply a form of self-expression, and Back to School provides the perfect window of opportunity for us to remind ourselves that, really, anybody can create art.


BIO: Fayth Thomas is an experienced day-care owner. She lives in the Washington, DC, metro area with her kids, her husband, and their pet fish. Before she started writing children’s books, she specialized in teaching children various things: healthy eating, Spanish, gardening, self-defence, and reading. She specializes in writing a line of books that will educate children with fun bedtime stories. http://www.fayththomasauthor.com/

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Language By Cynthia Brian

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Teens talk and the world listens every Tuesday NOON PT on the Voice America Kids Network. Produced by StarStyle® Productions, LLC and Cynthia Brian, these young adults know how to rock and express their unique views. Join the fun!

Those who know nothing of foreign languages know nothing of their own.”  -Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
– Do you speak another language? Is communicating important to you? Host Brigitte Jia leads a lively conversation with reporters Zahra Hasanian, Joven Hundal, and Katie Choo around the topic of the cultural connections of languages. Learning a second language is actually linked to various health benefits. For example, a study a few years back covered by National Geographic concluded that learning and speaking a second language can stave off Alzheimer’s’ and dementia for four more years. Language gives people hope, and it can also snatch away hope, whether for propaganda or poetry. Technology offers another hurdle as our communications are not face to face.
– Employers are looking for people who can not only speak English well, but also have a somewhat diverse knowledge of languages. Whether it’s sign, music, art, or dance, we are surrounded by language. How you communicate will determine how high you bounce in life.

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The Gift of Talk By Cynthia Brian

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Every week, Express Yourself!™ will bring you a stimulating program based on a chapter from our award winning book Be the Star You Are!® for Teens. 

“The human voice is the most beautiful instrument of all, but the most difficult to play.” Are you a talker? Do you know how to communicate effectively?

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Veteran reporter of Health Rap, Alex Pawlakos, joins hosts Asya Gonzalez and Brigitte Jia about how important it is to communicate with your doctor. A doctor can correctly diagnose your symptoms, arrive at a conclusion and a course of treatment, but only if you TALK to him or her. In a world where actions speak louder than words, Artist Jenna Rose Simon proves that the healing act of art and the written word can speak volumes when seen through the eyes of those in need of healing. Jenna’s message is that even if you can’t change the world, you can help the life of one person.

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As an athlete, Reporter of Lion Roar, Katie Lyons considers talking and communicating to be one of the most important components of sports. Communication between athletes and coaches is necessary for improvement, feedback, and strategizing. Talk Back!
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After struggling with an eating disorder for ten years, Jenna Rose Simon began to draw concepts that she felt people weren’t understanding in her therapy, starting with her first self-portrait. It was then that Jenna discovered, with the help of her therapist, that drawing would help her and potentially others. Jenna’s sketch depicting verbal abuse went viral and was shared more than 300K times on Facebook. Simon continues to impact others through her Instagram account @gentletouchofart where she shares many of her sketches, including concept art and celebrity pieces. jennarosesimon.com 
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The Gift of Sports by Cynthia Brian

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HealthRap’s Alex Pawlakos launches the program with a discussion of interesting and rewarding careers in sports medicine, nutrition, physical therapy, and more.

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Art Attack Reporter, Brigitte Jia delights in sharing the connection between sports and art. The beauty of the human body which has been the subject of artworks from the beginning of time, is exemplified in sports.

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Host Asya Gonzalez reads the chapter from Be the Star You Are!® for Teens, The Gift of Sports, and with co-host Brigitte, talk about sports they love.

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Leadership and good sportsmanship are the themes for Lion Roars Katie Lyons. Sports help us learn valuable life lessons no matter what sport you choose. Participating in a sport increases self-confidence and selfworth, builds positive body images while decreasing racism and school drop out rates. Play ball!

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Blooming through the Creative Process by Marie-Helene Tourenne

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Marie-Helene Tourenne and her guest Greg Thatcher discuss his path as an artist, and his special relationship with his favorite subject which is trees. Art as a language and the processes involved in the manifestation of a piece of art work will also be discussed. Greg Thachter who has native american ancestry has studied at the University of Victoria, B.C., Canada, B.F.A. with Distinction and University of Saskatchewan, Canada, M.A. in Painting and Drawing. He has been teaching art since 1979.

For him, the direct experience of an artwork is primarily an internal experience, based solely upon our level of consciousness and our mental impressions and past experiences. Experiencing an artwork with openness can provide us with direct contact with our deeper selves and, at times, a beautiful epiphany that reaffirms the divine.

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The Gift of Healing

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What is the meaning of care, and how do you heal both inside and out? Hosts Brigitte Zia and Zahra Hasanain read from Be the Star You Are!® for Teens the chapter, The Gift of Healing by prominent physical therapist, Arlyn Van Dyke about his childhood accident that lead to him becoming a healer. They then travel across the pond to the Emerald Isle with a fascinating interview with author of The Summer King, Orla Melling. Melling’s books of young adult fantasy weave spiritual themes with high adventure in the tradition of her favourite author, C.S. Lewis. Her bestselling series The Chronicles of Faerie  was listed among the American Library Association’s Top Ten Fantasy Books for Youth and Top Ten Youth Books for the Environment. Art can be very calming and serene and in our last segment, Art Attack reporter, Brigitte shows us the power of healing art. Each and every one of us harbors a doctor within. Heal thyself!
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OR Melling was born in Ireland and grew up in Canada with her seven sisters and two brothers. At eighteen she hitch-hiked to California, seeking adventure. A year later, she was off to Malaysia and Borneo on a youth exchange program. That set her motto for life “to travel hopefully” and she has ended up in other wonderful countries such as India and Outer Mongolia. During her years at university, Melling was a reservist with the Royal Canadian Navy, gaining the Queen’s Commission and the rank of Sub-lieutenant. She has a B.A. in Philosophy and Celtic Studies and an M.A. in Medieval Irish History. Melling’s books of young adult fantasy weave spiritual themes with high adventure in the tradition of her favourite author, C.S. Lewis. Her bestselling series The Chronicles of Faerie  was listed among the American Library Association’s Top Ten Fantasy Books for Youth and Top Ten Youth Books for the Environment. Melling also writes screenplays and adult novels. Her books have been translated into many languages including German, Japanese, Chinese and Russian. Melling lives in a small town by the Irish Sea.
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The Gift of Freedom

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Do you take your freedom for granted? Growing up in the free world, especially in the United States, it is easy to get complacent. As our day of independence approaches, our star hosts and reporters, Henna Hundal, Asya Gonzalez, Katelyn Darrow, and Brigitte Jia weigh in on what freedom means to them and what they are doing to celebrate this gift of life manifestation. Katelyn talks about her work with Amnesty International and the importance of participating in peaceful protests. Asya expresses her sincerest gratitude that she is able to freely discuss her thoughts and ideas on this uncensored/unedited teen forum of Express Yourself!™ Teen Radio. Just think how many people around the world have their voices squashed? Henna brings tips to graduates moving on to the next phase of their life with the freedom of choices while encouraging healthy habits. Brigitte looks at the true freedom art gives in the form of Art is so effective that it is restricted by some totalitarian governments who don’t believe in freedom of expression.
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Wake up, inhale the brilliant air. Do you feel that wonderful energy pumping through your veins? Today’s a new day. And you’re FREE to make the best of it. Freedom is a gift. Have you embraced your present yet? Express Yourself!

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Awaken Your Divine Spirit to Serve Humanity

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Join Nancy Gentle Boudrie and her remarkable guest internationally acclaimed director and artist Christian Wolfe as they explore the epiphany of living life serving a divine purpose to assist humanity. They will discuss rediscovering and reawakening the power within to make a global change. Christian’s latest and largest project, The Messengers Event, offers a multi-sensory experience fusing art and music. The event is offering hope and inspiration and a call for mankind to integrate divinity, and expand its reach to all the charitable needs of the world. There will be a Q&A portion where we will open the phone lines to your questions by calling, 1-888-346-9141. Gentle Power Radio airs every Tuesday at 3pm ET and 12pm PT.

Yes, You Are Creative By Paula Joyce

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creativeThere is a creative intelligence within you that has been imprisoned since childhood, sentenced to a maximum security prison for the crime of self-expression. It’s desperate to break out from behind the four electronic doors that keep it hidden from you and the world.

The lock down began in your family when you first heard messages like: color within the lines; grass isn’t orange; people don’t have blue faces. Then there was the hysteria that ensued when you thought the living room wall would make a great canvas. Or maybe your sibling or parent was the real artist. You were supposed to hide your talent so they could shine.

The second door was locked by your teachers. In the process of helping you become a real artist, they taught you that you were no good. There was a right way to do it, and if you couldn’t or wouldn’t do it that way, you were no good. The so-called “best” pictures were put on display and held up as examples for everyone to honor. The rest of the students were the “have not’s.” They were made to feel bad about their work through benign neglect or direct criticism.

Our society shut the third door. It tells us what good art, music, writing, acting, or dancing is. There’s legitimate theater, experimental dance, fine arts versus arts and crafts. Then we have the critics who make sure we don’t color out of the lines or dance in the aisles.

Finally, we locked the last door on ourselves. Creating became a high risk venture. Fear of criticism coupled with self-doubt separated us from our own creativity. It was much safer to be the audience than the creator. Now we love going to concerts, seeing plays, attending art openings. We try desperately to feed the artist within ourselves through viewing and critiquing someone else’s art, all the while knowing that we are hiding. Like Rip Van Winkle, everyone thinks your artist is dead. In fact, it’s pacing incessantly inside a tiny cell, waiting desperately for an opportunity to escape.

Today is that day. The guards are so sure you’ll never have the courage to escape that they’re all playing cards in the coffee break room. Their music and chatter are so loud that they’ll never hear the electronic doors or your footsteps. Your job is easy. You just have to push the button to open each door and walk out into the freedom of self-expression and artistic creativity.

What has this article motivated you do? I’d love to hear from you about the steps that you are taking or questions about how to take that first or next step.

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