Meet Karen Arp-Sandel a collage, visual, and mixed media artist, educator and Kripalu Yoga Faculty Member. In a word, she is “awesome”! Now see her work among other artists featured in DIE FORMMEISTER, The Masters of the Form exhibit September 27-October 21, 2012 at MCLA Gallery 51, curated by Valeria Federici. Karen is the Director of Vibrant Visionary Collage and co-founder of FeMail, whose collage workshops and DIY Kits, birth worldwide mail art networks. Her passion is to illuminate the transformational power of living a creative life, listen, enjoy, and visit Karen at www.karenarpsandel.com.
Kristin Kaufman joins Radio2Women as she talks about her new book, Is This Seat Taken? Random Encounters That Change Your Life. Serene and Gabrielle both big fans of the book talk about how these short stories impacted their lives. Kristin, founder of Alignment, Inc. discusses her life and her global experience seeding her journey from the C-suite of Fortune 500 companies to where she is today. This interview will change your life! For more information visit Kristin at www.kristinkaufman.com.
Join Serene Mastrianni and Gabrielle Senza as they explore one of the most difficult topics affecting children in our community, sexual abuse. The Elizabeth Freeman Center provides support for victims of recent or past abuse and the on hand counselors provide real time support and guidance. When our community is struck by perpetrators everyone reacts, but what do we do when the abuse is in our own homes? Get involved, listen to our children and STOP the cycle of sexual abuse. To learn more visit or call the Freeman Center: Counseling, intervention, referrals for victims of domestic violence and sexual assault.
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Join Serene Mastrianni and Gabrielle Senza as they introduce the concept of enhancing our environment by greening our neighborhoods. Anthony Barnaba of Blue Line Design, Architect and Urban Design Specialist, discusses the importance of using existing buildings in critical city neighborhoods to change the environment one building at a time. Think again before tearing down architectural gems and turn them into centers of urban agriculture to address food security and enhance the well being of the environment. To tour Anthony’s open shared workspace visit his website at www.bluelinedesign.com.
Join Serene Mastrianni and Gabrielle Senza as they interview Beth Levison, director and producer of Lemon. Join Beth as she discusses the process of making a feature- length documentary following the life of one man, Lemon Andersen and his struggle to free his family from poverty and pain as he exposes his most shocking secrets on the NY Stage. For more information on the film go to www.lemonthemovie.com.
Serene Mastrianni and Gabrielle Senza interview veteran change agent and acclaimed comic performer Patti Dobrowolski about her newest book, Drawing Solutions: How Visual Goal Setting Will Change Your Life. Patti discusses the importance of activating your right brain to create your visual future and using your own illustration to change your life. Serene who started the interview as a “non-believer” in just under an hour created her own amazing vision board. Here is how you can do it to; go to www.upyourcreativegenius.com download the free template, listen to the interview and draw away. Your future is sitting in your brain ready for your fingertips to draw it. For more information on Patti, visit her website at www.upyourcreativegenius.com.
Join Serene Mastrianni and Gabrielle Senza as they interview WAM’s co-Founder’s Leigh Strimbeck and Kristen van Ginhoven about The second 24hr Berkshires/Capital Region Theatre Project. This project brings together playwrights, directors, designers, stage managers, technicians and actors from both the Berkshires and the Capital Region armed with the common task of mounting 5 new short works by women playwrights, all written, rehearsed and performed in 24 Hours. Producers WAM Theatre and MOPCO are delighted to announce that the 2012 24hr Berkshires/Capital Region Theatre Project will take place on April 13 + 14 at Shakespeare and Company in the Bernstein Theatre complex with a public performance taking place at 8pm on Saturday, April 14. For tickets or more information go to www.wamtheatre.com.
Join Serene Mastrianni and Gabrielle Senza as they start the hour with Hancock Shaker Village’s Spring Baby Animals Program, featuring “Lamby Pie”. Laura Wolf and Laura Field talk about the Shaker’s still working farm, plus an exclusive invitation to the new CSA available at the Village. The second half of the show transports us thousands of miles away to Durban, South Africa, where Susie Weekes is working with a handful of grass root organizations, dedicated to helping orphans and vulnerable children. Plus she takes us on a sneak peak of a Wildlife Reservation Spa, a must see while in South Africa.
Ever wonder about acupuncture? Join Serene Mastrianni as she introduces listeners to Michelle Manto, NCCAOM Licensed Acupuncturist. Acupuncture is best know for treating painful conditions, however, it is effective for many other conditions such as autoimmune and metabolic syndrome. Plus Eastern Medicine can support the efforts of traditional Western Medicine such as cancer therapy and diabetes. But don’t go into treatment without knowledge, listen as Michelle shares her secrets for successful acupuncture treatments. To find out more about acupuncture go to www.nccaom.org.
Join Serene Mastrianni as she interviews Alana Chernila moments before The Homemade Pantry (Clarkson Potter/Publishers) hits the market on April 3, 2012. On a mission to kick her family’s packaged-food habit, Alana discovered that, with a little determination, anything she could buy at the store could be made in her kitchen-and homemade versions were less expensive, more satisfying, and better for the environment and the soul. Plus Alana “dishes” about her food blog www.EatingFromTheGroundUp.comwhich originated as a space for her recipes and quickly became a vehicle for sharing cooking and family meal-time challenges.