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Tuesday, March 25, 2008

SWAN Day, March 29

This is from Toni Pennacchia:

SWAN Day is steadily approaching (Support Women Artists Now) in Rhode Island on Saturday, March 29, 2008 from 11AM to 10PM and we really want to see you there!

Here is a sample of what to expect at the RI site of this new International holiday:

SWAN (Support Women Artists Now) Day is a new international holiday celebrating women artists. This new event will take place annually on the last Saturday in March, designated by Congress as Women’s History Month. The first SWAN Day will be held on Saturday, March 29, 2008. As a symbol of international solidarity, there will be events featuring women artists all over the world.

SWAN Day RI, a day-long festival featuring women from a wide variety of disciplines, will be held at the Artists’ Exchange 50 Rolfe Square, Cranston, RI where creativity, learning, and discovery converge.

Artisans will showcase their work in booths, while performing artists will be heard and seen throughout the day. Scheduled performances include folk, jazz, and classical musicians, the spoken word, and screenings from fearless femmes in film, events for children downstairs, and a raffle of over 18 different items from great area businesses and artists featuring and led by women.

Check out complete information about SWAN Day RI and other upcoming events in music, film, performance, and radio at Http://mergingarts.com !

Also, check out the MySpace page and the main SWAN Day page at http://www.myspace.com/swandayri and http://www.swanday.org.

Check out more information on the Artists’ Exchange at http://www.artists-exchange.org and Anne’s Cordial (co-hosting the event) at http://www.annescordial.com.

We hope to see you at this event (and tell your friends)!


Toni Pennacchia
MergingArts Productions
Spoiler Alert Radio
401-359-2576 (Cell)


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