Stay tuned for The Hartford Review
Coming in the Spring of 2013, The Hartford Review, celebrating the awesomeness that is the capital of the nutmeg state.
We now have a BLOG section
Center without Walls now has a Blog section where we plan on adding our two cents on issues of community, arts and social justice. We also look forward to featuring writings from guest contributors.
Our first posting is a short piece that focuses on a jazz musicians that have been nurtured by Hartford, CT’s incredible Jazz scene. The result of this nurturing is seen in the issues of social justice present in some of their work. Our piece features four cuts from these young guns.
If you would like to submit a posting for our blog, email us at luis dot cotto @ gmail dot com
TELL us your Story
If there are eight million stories in the naked city, Center without Walls just wants one of yours. Utilizing the Vojo group blogging platform, Center without Walls wants to see or hear your Hartford story (Cambridge stories coming soon).
Vojo is a free, open, mobile-first, group blogging platform, where anyone can create and customize a group and people can create accounts directly from their phones, then post digital stories to the web via voice calls, SMS, and MMS. This is an excellent tool for community based organizations.
For those who remember our September 2010 presentation of Miguel Zenon’s Rayuela project, you’ll be happy to hear that the Rayuela CD was released this past summer and Miguel and quartet are currently touring to promote this incredible CD. The Center without Walls is proud to have been chosen by Maria Wilkins, Miguel and Laurent as a space to help perfect the sound.
Here is a recent review of the CD by the Latin Jazz Network and check out this short video of Miguel speaking about the project.