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Welcome to A.I.´S LIST !

In this section, you will find links to sites where you can enjoy very special art expressions. There is a selection of different Internet pages where you will listen to music, watch videos, see photos and enjoy all kinds of art-work.

But we also include some links to websites that are of non-for-profit organizations, which give information about rare medical conditions. As you know, late artist Mauricio Saravia, founder of Artist Interviews, passed away of a rare mutation and we are pleased to be able to help somehow, similar patients.

You may also find here, links to some other non-profit organizations, being our wish to help society too.We will install a search for categories for your convenience, soon.

Thank you for visiting this section.

The Colorado Folk Arts Council

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To encourage the preservation of ethnic cultural arts, history and traditions through educational workshops, youth team building, public performances and community projects. 

Please, help the Mesothelioma Veterans Center.

https://www.mesotheliomaveterans.org/

Visit this website and help them in their big effort to bring awareness about mesothelioma and asbestos, a cancer that deeply affects families throughout the country. Mesothelioma is caused by exposure to asbestos. Asbestos can be found in many places such as houses, fire stations, or in our case Naval Shipyards. It’s such a dangerous material because it only takes limited exposure to the fibers for them to become deadly. Over time, this cancer spreads throughout the body, affecting other vital organs as well.

FIBROUS DYSPLASIA FOUNDATION

We would like you to visit this site and find out about very rare medical syndromes. We hope that after visiting this site, you are moved by this cause as to make a donation through the website in connection to Paypal. You can also add this link to your social pages or to your own website.

Please visit FIBROUS DYSPLASIA FOUNDATION

Thank you very much for your big heart.

 


The many faces of Mauricio Saravia - Blog

A blog about the amazing and inspirational life of late artist Mauricio Saravia.  Bruce W. Hall wrote a beautiful piece of literature, almost channeling the artist soul and feelings.
http://www.brucehallcoaching.com/blog/motivation-inspiration/the-many-faces-of-mauricio-saravia/

Faces of Sunset Boulevard

http://www.facesofsunset.com/ This is the link to the site of Faces of Sunset Boulevard, A portrait of Los Angeles. This book has been nominated for the Glenn Goldman Art and Design Book Award, along with books by Annie Leibovitz and Pulitzwer Price winning photographer Rick Rickman, just now in October 2009. It is a compelling book of amazing photos of people of Los Angeles, one of the most diverse and interesting city in the world. You cannot miss a page in this book. 


LOVE & ART - CHILDREN FOUNDATION

A foundation to benefit kids in Foster Homes, helping them through art, so they can be better persons overcoming their lacks and needs during their childhood. Visit this site and enjoy their beautiful art work.

Click here to watch 'Love & Art' history video

Promo video for the Mauricio Saravia Academy.

This is the video for the Mauricio Saravia Academy, in Denver, Colorado, where children from low-income families can study different kinds of art after regular school time.  That is a wonderful way to keep children out of the streets and far from the television.  They also receive some food and goodies to make the afternoon complete in learning and having fun.

​A MYSTERIOUS WRITER

I recently found a blog with not only very interesting stories and educational texts but everything written there shows an exquisite gift to play with the words in such a way that it´s a pleasure to read it. Unfortunatelly, the author uses an encrypted name, and we don´t know who he is.

​NEPAL AND ITS NEEDS

This is a website that informs you about a non for profit organization in Kathmandu, Nepal, founded by a team of energetic youth women professionals with long experience in various fields such as Integrated Community Development, Democracy, Social Inclusion, Right to Information, Human Rights, Social Mobilization, Micro Enterprises, Health and Disability, HIV and AIDS, Community Forestry, Micro-Finance, Gender and Empowerment, Good Governance, Accountability, Income Generating Program, Youth and child Rights, calamities victims etc


Justin John Greene

We introduce you to Justin John Greene, a very creative artist who will impress you with his art work, sometimes unusual but always professional and outstanding.  Click on the different buttons on top of the page to see the diversity of paintings and illustrations.

http://www.justinjohngreene.com/main2010.htm
Here is the link to his blog: http://greenetoons.blogspot.com/

Paul Zollo

Enjoy listening to the beautiful music of Paul Zollo here.  You will also see his amazing photos about the extraordinary diversity of human beings.  Music and photography are Paul Zollo's passions.  He composes, plays and sings his songs.  There are also very interesting videos in his page.  Worth to visit: 
http://www.myspace.com/paulzollo
http://www.bluerailroad.com/

Hazel Miller Band

We selected this site where you can listen to the best Jazz music.  Click here and listen to Hazel Miller's amazing voice, and her excellent musicians.  You can hear a few minutes of every one of her recorded songs just entering her site and clicking on AUDIO button.   Hazel Miller is already an Icon in American music.

http://www.hazelmiller.com/

Architect and graphic designer Alexander Walter

Hilarious, artistic, creative website, with an interactive home page.   You will enjoy visiting this site, and looking at the art work of its creator: Alexander Walter, Architect, graphic designer, illustrator.  The incredible thing is that he created it in 2005, when computers programs were not so sophisticated. 
http://www.alexanderwalter.com/home.html

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