Sector 3: Art & Culture

The Art & Culture Sector focuses on music, theater, video, photography, fine and folk art, dance, sculpture, and literature. It is the “stuff” dreams are made of and a primary outlet for the evolutionary impulse which infuses the Universe. Usually, art is a by-product of culture – the environmental influence that inspires artists. Yet, in this age of global communication, artists may be impressed and aroused by ideas generated on the other side of the Earth … and beyond. Consequently, this Sector is a true barometer and precursor of what we will manifest together as we build the New World.

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Emerging in this Sector

Native American Heritage Festival

Bisset Park
Radford, VA
Native American Celebration

The 7th annual Native American festival in Radford, along the banks of the beautiful New River. Native American music, dancing, crafts, storyteller, and food.

Date: April 8 @ 11:00 am – 5:00 pm
Cost: $5 adults, $3 children and veterans

Tom Tom Founders Festival

Downtown Mall
Charlottesville, VA
Tom Tomming

For one week over Founder’s Day (April 13), the city of Charlottesville is reimagined as a creative canvas for innovators, visionaries and artists. Concerts, talks, competitions and public art connect hundreds of bands, startups, and visionaries.

Date: April 10 – 16
Cost: FREE

Virginia International 2017 Military Tattoo

Scope Arena
Norfolk, VA
VA Intl Tatoo

This largest spectacle of Music and Might in the United States offers an astounding display of inspirational military music, majestic massed pipes and drums, show stopping drill team maneuvers, colorful and elegant dancers, and much more.

Date: April 27 – 29 @ 7:30 pm, April 30 @ 2:30 pm
Cost: $20-$55

Member Events

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Singers Mar 10, 2017 Oracle Spirituality and Singing Salon

Join us in raising our voices and our spirits at the Oracle Temple, a new church that was launched in January 2015 by The Oracle Institute for the Valley of Light micro-community and the public.

The Oracle Oratorio will be a recurring event on the second Friday of each month. We will embark on a multi-cultural vocal adventure, which will include American folk songs and diverse traditions. Familiar songs will be made new, and new songs will be made familiar.