Saturday, February 19, 2011

Voca People

The Voca People is an international vocal theater performance combining vocal sounds and an acapella singing with the art of beat-box.

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Lidor Productions

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Artistic Director: Lior Kalfo Music Director: Shai Fishman Producers: Revital & Lior Kalfo. Performers: Eyal Cohen, Oded Goldstein, Liraz Rahmin, Adi Cesare, Adi Kozlovsky,, Naama Levi, Boaz Ben David, Inon Ben David
Video Photographer: Shlomi Albo, video editing: Peleg Netanel, Light design: Roy Milo
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The Voca People are friendly aliens from the planet Voca, somewhere behind the sun...where all communication is made by music and vocal expressions.
The Voca People believe that life is music and music is life. They visit planet Earth and they have a lot to sing about.

What is a Voca People Show?
A new inter-galactic phenomenon like no other show. Amazing vocal sounds, accapella singing with the art of beat box creating an incredible range of sounds and instruments.
An evening of total excitement, music of all times, comedy and audience participation. After a millennium of space travel, The Voca People are finally landing on the unfamiliar planet Earth, sadly discovering that their precious spaceship charger - Musical energy - has completely emptied.
Slowly, The Voca People learn the strange inhabittnas, habits and music of planet Earth, and with the help of the audience, musically energize their unique spaceship.

Edible Schoolyards and Cob housing- Change Makers Competition

So I entered a competition a while ago. I just wanted to share this idea with everyone really and so I am posting it again here and who knows. I hope you like it and will give it serious thought.

Create an Edible Schoolyard at the local school, convert the playing field and adjacent streets to greenhouses. Teach the children to grow, harvest, market, cook, measure, the food they produce. Feed the children in the school healthy organic meals. Sell produce to local restaraunts. Produce soaps, organic creams and lotions and sell those to community, have community kitchen and feed the community. In places such as Vancouver the housing exists but is very expensive but with the children and community working together, costs of food, education, would go down.

In Latin America focus on building small Cob houses and apply the Edible Schoolyard Principle. In Vancouver BC Canada, take advantage of surrounding buildings to house a Performing Arts Center that encourages dance, music, and art. I realize this is putting the cart before the horse, but if children learn how to provide for themselves and are taught to be Masters of Empathy and Changemakers they will have the answers on how to build sustainable housing in cities.

I also believe that by working together in the gardens they will realize that less is more and be happy in smaller accomodations with less needs and so the next generation will require less and give more.