KRQE Reports on Lifesongs and the Homecoming Concert

Sara Yingling of KRQE News speaks with Acushla Bastible, Director and Co-Founder of Lifesongs, Veteran Billie Russell, and Lifesongs artist Nathan Dunton about the healing experience of storytelling and songwriting and our concert: Homecoming: Songs and Stories of Service on Friday, October 26th at the James A. Little Theatre. “That is the vision of the…

KSFR Talks with Acushla Bastible

KSFR’s John Shannon who covers Veteran’s Affairs spoke with Acushla Bastible, Director and Co-Founder of Lifesongs, about Lifesongs and their upcoming concert on Friday, October 26th: Homecoming: Songs and Stories of Service. Listen to the full interview on KSFR’s website by clicking here. Photograph of Orlando Vigil, Lifesongs Veteran participant, and Jordan Wax, composer, by Don…

Lifesongs Homecoming Campaign

Lifesongs is an intergenerational arts project and a celebration of the human journey through music, poetry and dance. Lifesongs provides opportunities for meaningful and creative exchange between people of different ages, genders, race and life experiences, fostering communities of care and restoring dignity through stories and connection. Through intergenerational collaboration, transformative storytelling, and community capacity…

Lenny’s Living Legacy Program Book

Thank you to all who joined us on August 25th in celebrating 20 years of the Academy for the Love of Learning and Leonard Bernstein’s 100th birthday! We wanted to share a piece of the event with you all that were not able to attend in our Lenny’s Living Legacy program book, Reflection and Emergence….

Follow-up to “Lenny’s Living Legacy: A Concert Celebration”

Academy for the Love of Learning Founder and President Aaron Stern shared this letter with participants after our 20th anniversary and Leonard Bernstein centennial birthday celebration on August 25th, Lenny’s Living Legacy: A Concert Celebration. Throughout 2018, the Academy for the Love of Learning has been celebrating our 20th year through the themes of “Reflection and…

Lobo Graphic Novel Premiers

David Witt, Curator of the Seton Legacy Project, announces the Academy’s newly released graphic novel Lobo, The King of Currumpaw, The World’s Greatest Wolf Story.  The passage of time brings change to the details of life. But overarching themes may change very little. One-hundred and twenty-four years ago Ernest Thompson Seton attended the last hours in…

Ernest Thompson Seton Website

David Witt, Curator of the Academy’s Seton Legacy Project, launches the Ernest Thompson Seton website. Read Witt’s introduction to the website to learn more about Seton’s creative and scientific legacy. The essays to be presented on this site are about the life and legacy of the writer, artist, educator, and naturalist Ernest Thompson Seton. Sponsored…

Honey Harris Interviews Aaron Stern

Aaron Stern, Academy Founder and President, joined The Big Show with Honey Harris on KBAC Radio Free Santa Fe to discuss our 20th anniversary and Leonard Bernstein centennial birthday celebration, Lenny’s Living Legacy: A Concert Celebration, as well as the beginnings of the Academy. Hear a live recording of the interview here. 

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