AIMM Wins Award to Conduct Critical Ocean Research


AIMM Wins Award to Conduct Critical Ocean Research

Portuguese-based Marine Environment Research Association, also known as AIMM (Associacão para Investigação do Meio Marinho), will receive funding to improve sustainability for the dolphin population in the Eastern Tropical Pacific Ocean.

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'Pastels de Millet à Redon' Unveiled at Musée d'Orsay


Pastels de Millet à Redon Unveiled at Musée d'Orsay

Curated from the Paris museum's vast archives and running from March 14 through July 2, this once-in-a-lifetime exhibition will present 95 pastel works by some of the greatest artists of their time, including Edgar Degas, Edouard Manet, Mary Cassatt, Claude Monet, Berthe Morisot, and Piet Mondrian. 

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November 20 – December 13: A Classic Story Comes to Life on the LA Opera Stage


Cinderella to Have a Ball on LA Opera Stage

From November 20 through December 13, the LA Opera presents Gioachino Rossini's beloved romantic comedy in which true love conquers all — despite the obstacles presented by a pompous stepfather and two self-absorbed stepsisters.

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A Historic Return to Live Opera at the Metropolitan Opera in New York


A Historic Return to Live Opera at the Met 

After a lengthy hiatus in the pandemic, one of the world's leading opera companies finds its voice again on September 27, with the premiere of Terence Blanchard's Fire Shut Up in My Bones, the first work by a Black composer to be presented at the Met in its 138-year history.

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Local Youth Explore Environmental Careers in the Santa Monica Mountains


High School Students Explore Environmental Careers in Southern California Mountains

Since 2016, GRoW has partnered with the National Park Foundation and the Santa Monica Mountains Fund to support the SAMO Youth Mentoring Program in the Santa Monica Mountains National Recreational Area, providing area youth with a paid opportunity to explore careers in environmental service.

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V&A Announces New Exhibition, Africa Fashion, Opening June 2022


V&A Announces Africa Fashion Exhibition

GRoW is honored to serve as the lead supporter of this summer 2022 exhibition that will celebrate the vitality, innovation, and global impact of mid-20th century and contemporary fashion across the African continent.

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Honoring the Sacrifice and Service of Native American Veterans


New Memorial Honors Sacrifice of Native American Veterans

Paying tribute to the exceptional service of American Indian, Native Hawaiian, and Alaska Native veterans, the National Native American Veterans Memorial opened on the grounds of the Smithsonian's National Museum of the American Indian (NMAI) in Washington, D.C. on Veterans Day.

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Now through February 16, 2020: Mary Quant at the V&A


V&A Debuts Mary Quant Exhibition

From April 6, through February 16, 2020, the London museum will unveil an exhibition that celebrates the iconic designer's revolutionary impact on 1960s British street fashion.

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American Cinematheque Honors Bradley Cooper


American Cinematheque Honors Bradley Cooper

On November 29, the nonprofit cultural organization that celebrates film across history, genres, and cultures will hold its 32nd annual awards ceremony in Beverly Hills, California — and toast the Oscar-nominated Cooper for his contributions to the silver screen.

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