Posts Tagged ‘Teaching’

Red

As corporate sponsors of SpeakEasy Stage Company in Boston, we are thrilled with the success of the current production, “Red” by John Logan. Starring Thomas Derrah and Karl Baker Olson Winner of six 2010 Tony Awards including Best Play, Red is a searing portrait of an artist’s ambition and vulnerability. After he lands the biggest…

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A Day in the Life: The Intern

I’m Avia, the latest member of the Haddad Hakansson team. Just last week, I graduated from Boston College with a degree in Art History and Economics. Now, I am eager to pursue a career in design and have signed on with Mark and Kurt to help their company and their clients and learn about the…

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More Support of the Arts!

In our ongoing efforts to support local arts organizations, we would like to introduce you to the Community Music Center of Boston.  Now in its 100th year, CMCB is an accredited non-profit music school in Boston’s multicultural South End. They provide excellent music education to individuals and groups of diverse backgrounds, ages, and abilities, transforming…

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Support the Arts!

As established artists, musicians, and educators, Haddad Hakansson LLC encourages and actively supports local arts organizations. Our belief is that participation in the arts encourages community involvement, enhances educational development and personal growth, and defines the overall well-being of society. One of the organizations we sponsor is SpeakEasy Stage Company in Boston.  SpeakEasy Stage Company’s…

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Holiday Cocktails

With the season well underway it’s time to really start the party.  Holiday cocktails that are tasty, easy to make, and nice to look at are the place to start.  We’ve put together some of our favorites to share with you. Glogg A favorite of Scandinavians everywhere, this recipe comes from Kurt’s Swedish roots. Glogg…

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Follow Your Dreams

Last evening, The Boston College Arts Council and The Boston College Career Center hosted their 10th annual “Career Night for the Arts.”  As graduates of Boston College (Mark ’87 and Kurt ’84), it is a privilege to give back to our alma mater by helping students, who aspire to careers in the arts, explore their…

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