Under the 'umbrella' of 'eidia' (meaning and pronounced idea) exists Eidia House: "a meeting place for ideas" and forum for artists, scholars, poets, writers, architects and others interested in "ide'e force" - the arts as an instrument for positive social change.
Eidia House is establishing an international Internet and news network system wherein artists and others can discuss a broad range of issues. The intent of Eidia House is to: broaden aesthetic research, promote a comprehensive expansion of the influence of art on a world wide basis, encourage 'green' architecture, and create an authentic forum for social change originating from the art world.
Eidia House evolved as a concept during the creation of "the nea tapes" documentary film and archive - a six year project researching censorship and arts funding in America <www.neatapes.com>. The structure of Eidia House contains an archive for the public and invited participants. Included in the archive is "the nea tapes" documentary with its 300-recorded video interviews. Although Eidia House can be located anywhere, at the moment it is located in Brooklyn, New York.
For a sampling of other Eidia House endeavors and works click the links at <www.eidia.com>.
Eidia House is forming a 501(c)(3) non-profit established by the artist team: Paul Lamarre and Melissa P. Wolf.
Eidia House actively seeks creative people of like mind to be involved.
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