Artists For A Better World International announced the final selections for the autumn 2020 Mail Art campaign.
Denise Sindelar speaks with MB Hanrahan about how the Museum of Ventura County has been innovating during the pandemic so that even more people can access their resources.
Ventura author, John Darling, speaks with George Alger about past Ventura resident, Erle Stanley Gardner.
MB Hanrahan speaks with Mary Christine Ballestero about the impact of being a community artist during the pandemic and emphasizes that “opportunity abounds.”
David Yoshitomi speaks with MB Hanrahan about the Bell Arts Factory, adapting it to the pandemic and becoming stronger as well as more valuable to the community.
Michelle Hoover speaks with George Alger about pandemic films.
Tamara Varney and Lorenzo DeStefano speak with MB Hanrahan about NAMBA, which is a 501c3 non-profit, performing arts space located in Ventura’s historic downtown arts district.
Richard Rensberry speaks with George Alger about a recent award he received from Artists For A Better World International.
Allison Adams speaks with George Alger about a recent award she received from Artists For A Better World International. A purpose of the organization is to award artists for their work helping others and/or their community.
Becky Mate speaks with George Alger about Artists For A Better World International’s Mail Art project and shows examples of recent selections received from around the globe.