ART Without Borders

preserving and promoting artists' rights in the world



THE VORTEX series for new and improvised music


International Alliance for Women in Music
Annual Concert - an acousmatic evening

The International Alliance chart CAD/CHF for Women in Music (IAWM) is a global
network of women and men working to increase and enhance musical
activities and opportunities and to promote all aspects of the music
of women. This program of 6 chart Australian Dollar/US Dollar electroacoustic compositions has been
selected from 22 entries from 7 countries for the IAWM 2010 Annual
Concert. The official performance of these works will take place in
the Musée des moulages de l’Université de Lyon II in Lyon, France, on
10/22/2010, in conjunction with the Music Season 10/11 of GRAME,
National Center for Music Creation. The identical program of these
winning pieces will also be played in Maryland, Massachusetts,
Kentucky, Montana, California, USA, and in Taiwan, as part of a global
celebration of electroacoustic Chart Canadian Dollar to Swiss Franc music created by women.

New England Phonographer’s Union
The Rich Greenblatt Quintet
Jon Dreyer and Friends
New England Phonographer’s Union
Regie Gibson and Friends
Yulia Musayelian and Friends
New England Phonographer’s Union
"BC Quintet - Bjorn Wennas/Carmen Marsico Quintet"

Regie Gibson and Friends

Women Composers Spotlight: Flutes with Poetry

Teresa Storch
Voci Angelica Trio

Cambridge Open Studios


Reservations: or call 781-307-7306

All Events are to be held at

Democracy Center, 45 Mount Auburn St., Cambridge, MA 02138

   For more information call 781-307-7306 or e-mail 

February 5 - 30, 2014

Democracy Center, 45 Mount Auburn St., Cambridge, MA 02138

   For more information call 781-307-7306 or e-mail

Interns and Volunteers
ART Without Borders is looking for Interns and Volunteers to work at our new location, please contact: Sirarpi Heghinian Walzer at

The ART Without Borders members believe that art, through its commitment and interrogation, is one of the most direct avenues for people to use to better understand each other, respect each other's values, and promote peace. Art makes the community and the world a better place in which to live. Behind the pure esthetic, the ART Without Borders members believe that artists help individuals to have the freedom and ability to make meaning, formulate ideas, ask hard questions and imagine promising alternatives for the world and ourselves.

This is why artists are such an important part of any society, but also why they are among the first ones to be the victims of human rights violation or deprivation.

ART Without Borders (ARTwb) wants to participate in the building of a much better world through its programs, and advocate for the artist's human rights in the world. ART Without Borders is a non-profit organization 501(c) (3), incorporated in April 2006, which supports the cause of artists' human rights in America and in the world.

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