Last Reminder for Perks Info
One last reminder to get us your mailing info for the perks, if you have not done. Simply reply to the survey we sent out.
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Perks Info Reminder
This is a reminder to respond to the survey with your mailing address by this coming Tuesday, August 27. To those of you who have already filled... Read more
Call for Nile Workshop Participants!
This week we have sent a call out for participants to apply to our Nile Workshop, part of our January 2013 Nile Gathering in Aswan, Egypt. Here is... Read more
Introducing our Music Residency & Musical Director!
Hello dear backers,
It’s been a while, but we have one (of many) exciting developments to share with you.
As we have been approaching our first Nile Gathering (taking place... Read more
Hello dear backers,
As part of the updates, we thought we would let you in on some of the river sights that we saw on our scout trip. One of... Read more
Hello dear backers!
We hope that the last months have treated you wonderfully well. We're back at homebase in San Francisco, collecting the stories, photos, experiences of the East African... Read more
A Mid-Scout Trip HELLO!
Hello Kickstarter Friends!
Mina and I are mid-scout trip, and we wanted to take a moment to THANK YOU for your support in helping us get here. We started in... Read more
We reached our goal!!
Thanks to all of you, we made our minimum kickstarter goal of $10,000. This means that we will be able to proceed with our plans. In May, we will travel... Read more
10 days and $5K to go!
The Nile Project has been spreading like fire! Everyday, we receive emails from people who want to help us make this project a reality. We're 10 days away from... Read more
Jamie Freedman interviews Meklit Hadero on the Nile Project
Ethnomusicologist Jamie Freedman recently interviewed Meklit Hadero about the Nile Project. Please read and share:
Merry Coptic Christmas!
Since the beginning of the Nile Project, Meklit and I have been on the look out for all those random commonalities among the Nile people. First, there was the water... Read more