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Center for Remembering & Sharing
  • New York, NY
  • United States

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CRS seeks Part-Time Receptionist / Associate Program Officer

April 18, 2018POSITION AVAILABLE AT CRSPart-Time Receptionist & Associate Program OfficerFounded by Yasuko Kasaki and Christopher Pelham in 2004, CRS (Center for Remembering & Sharing) is the…Continue

Started Apr 19, 2018


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Theater, Dance, Music, Visual Arts, Film & Video, Literary Arts
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CRS (Center for Remembering & Sharing) is an arts and healing center, founded by writer and spiritual counselor/teacher Yasuko Kasaki, her students, and artist/producer Christopher Pelham in order to provide individuals from all walks of life, and in particular artists and creators from abroad visiting and living in New York City, with the knowledge and tools to manifest their limitless creative power as a reflection of universal beauty.

To help you remember who you are and share your creative gifts, CRS offers programs such as guided meditations, counseling, A Course in Miracles, artist residencies, art/dance/drama classes and workshops, mind/body/spirit healing therapies, and opportunities to present, perform, exhibit or publish. The Center currently usually has about a dozen international artists-in-residence at any given time.

The Center for Remembering & Sharing is a member of the Asian American Arts Alliance, A.R.T./New York, Dance Theatre Workshop (DTW), The Field, and Nonprofit Coordinating Committee of New York, and is a recipient of support from the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council, Materials for the Arts, NYC Dept of Cultural Affairs/NYC Dept of Sanitation/NYC Dept of Ed., the J P Morgan Chase SOAR Program of the Asian American Arts Alliance. The Center is also sponsored by the vintage clothing store Doggy's World.

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