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COMING SOON to a Museum near YOU!  

“Voices from our SIsters”, a multimedia exhibit opening September 2 at the City of Raleigh (COR) Museum features citizens from our Sister Cities sharing stories about their lives and their cities.  According to Ernest Dollar, director of the COR Museum, this exhibit hopes to engage Raleigh residents in global travel, initially through this virtual display and, through the citizen exchanges facilitated by RSC.  Look for greetings from British luminaries, sailing ships on the Baltic, walks through Royal Forests and much more.  

CATCH THEM BEFORE THEY RETURN  HOME …..the 51 works of art now exhibited at the Betty Ray McCain Gallery, Duke Energy Center for the Performing Arts.  The exhibit will be open through July 31 every Wednesday from 12:30 -1:30  p.m. and, every Thursday (not the 7th)  evenings from 6:00  - 7:00 p.m.  This juried exhibit which features 17 artists from Rostock, Hull, Compiegne and Nairobi opened to rave reviews in early May.   This is a unique opportunity  to own some outstanding international art for very reasonable prices!!  For special showings, contact president@raleighsistercities.org.

NOW is YOUR TIME to GO INTERNATIONAL! - Volunteer with RSC!

As an all volunteer organization RSC relies on folks like you to inspire and manage our activities - from travel to communications to cultural events.   Let us know what you would like to do,  Here are some volunteer opportunities:

- International Festival liaison involves helping to set up RSC display; scheduling volunteers; folding flags; fun; and free pass to IF! (Oct 14-16) (contact president@raleighsistercities.org)
- Update and verify Media list including area wide calendar of events (contact president@raleighsistercities.org)
- Help Share the Word!! Assist with social media presence by maintaining and expanding( RSC’s reach into the community) contact president@raleighsistercities.org)
- Liaison with Hillsborough Street Community Service Corporation Arts/Recreation Committee.  Collaborate with arts and university groups to further mission of RSC (on going projects include annual Armistice Day and public art) and bring international flair to their efforts (contact compiegne@raleighsistercities.org)
- Become an active member of a City Committee member.  To learn about next meeting, travel opportunity and/or event, contact info@raleighsistercities.org. 

POSTCARDS FROM RSC TRAVELERS: read more at: www.Facebook.com/RaleighSisterCities

From Rostock:  Staying with Rostock high school students who had visited Raleigh in October 2015,  18 Broughton High School students visited Wolfgang Friedrich’s studio - He is one of the Rostock artists featured in “Art From Raleigh SIster Cities” exhibit.  A regionally renowned sculptor, he joined students in a visit to bells he created at the top of the Marienkirche, 206 steps up above the city.   The students will spend two weeks in Rostock, then travel to Berlin.  

From Nairobi: Isaac Kuria, RSC Board member, presented the work of his nonprofit, Myles of Great Hope, to the United Nations agency in Nairobi during his recent stay.  He met with other officials to establish educational and cultural exchanges between our two cities.

From Xiangyang:  一路顺风  (Bon Voyage)  Delegation including Robyn Coward, Judith Carroll Gardner, James Montague, Wonza Montague and Yuan Shijuan, leaves July 7 to travel to several Chinese cities, meet with government, business, and health officials to discuss possible projects connecting Raleigh - Xiangyang and Nairobi.

SAVE THE DATE - SEPTEMBER 15

Our 30th anniversary gala will be held September 15 in conjunction with the COR Museum exhibit “Voices from our Sisters” .  This festive celebration will feature cuisine inspired by our Sisters’ cultures, international music and an opportunity to enjoy the exhibit.  Plan to come with your friends and meet new friends from Raleigh’s global connector!
Upcoming Events - Follow us on Facebook to see the most up-to-date event details and RSVP:

July 13, 20, 27 - 12:30 pm - Art from Raleigh Sister Cities - Betty Ray McCain Gallery open
July 7 - Delegation travels to Xiangyang, China
July 14, 21, 28 - 6:00 pm - Art From Raleigh SIster Cities - Betty Ray McCain Gallery open
July 19 - Student exchange from Rostock returns
August 3 - 6:00 p.m. - RSC Board meeting

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