Carolyn Elaine’s project in the Landmark SELP program led to the creation of a peace mural in Fenger High School which was recently recognized by National Public Radio.
Otto Fong used the Landmark Forum to launch a career in animation.
A Detroit concert is raising money to rebuild an esteemed music school in Haiti.
Ido Yaari created a unique exhibition of blind photography as his project in Landmark’s Self-Expression and Leadership Program
Ruth Pillet put together a team of senior tap dancers as part of a project started in a Landmark Education course.
Andrew Correa is creating two multicultural concerts for International Race Relations Day in New Zealand.
Soulmates, a movie about love and identity created by Landmark seminar leader Joan Sugerman, is coming to Washington DC later this month.
The story of Zindaba Nyirenda and her efforts to reduce poverty in Africa have been featured in the Daily Herald newspaper of suburban Chicago. Nyirenda credits The Landmark Forum with giving her a voice – for having her realize she […]
Landmark Education News has received word that “Tying up Loose Ends”, the play focusing on end of life issues written and performed by Ann and Catherine Gallogly, will be appearing at the Chicago Center for the Performing Arts on December […]
Global Giving Circle, the unique New York based charitable organization created in part by Landmark Education graduate Shana Dressler, is holding an unusual holiday extravaganza – ChrismaHanuKwanzakah – to celebrate the season and raise money for Urban Arts Partnership, a […]
A children’s book by Landmark Education graduate Maria Dismondy looks at bullying.
Longtime Landmark Education graduate Sheila Rosko was recently featured on CBS in New York for her work in the creation of a unique calendar designed to raise awareness about prostate cancer. Sheila’s husband, Gabe Rosko, is a prostate cancer survivor. Rosko […]
Sarah Culberson’s book tour for “A Princess Found”, her autobiography about discovering she was actually a princess in Sierra Leone, is coming to Pasadena on Sunday, November 15th.
Nick Johnson and his Pelican Post project, which delivers books to schools in African and which was founded in the Landmark SELP, has been nominated for a “digital heroes” award.
Josh Tickell’s new enviro-doc film Fuel is receiving critical acclaim from across the country, including a Critics Pick from the New York Times, reports Landmark Education News.
Community organizer and Lutheran pastor Susan Schoon organized a new, 69-foot mural on a bike path in Shoreview, Minnesota, out of her participation in Landmark Education’s Self-Expression and Leadership Program. The mural now covers a tunnel on the bike beth […]
The Gazette newspaper of Colorado Springs tells the story of artist Douglas Rouse, who had racked up $80,000 in debt. Rouse says that when he did the Landmark Forum last year, he understood what integrity and accountability were for the first time, and he came up with a plan to pay back his debts, working to create murals in Colorado Springs.
Landmark Education News has received links to what appears to be a Self-Expression and Leadership program project taking place in the Central subway station in Stockholm, Sweden.
Landmark Education News has received word that Sarah Culberson has released a book titled “A Princess Found”, which tells her story of going from being an ordinary American to an African princess helping to rebuild a wartorn country.
Landmark Education’s website now offers an author section, where prominent books written by people who have completed the Landmark Forum are displayed.
Raj Babbra’s best friend Benedetta Ciaccia was killed in the terrorist attack on London which took place July 7, 2005. Babbra was devastated. Over the next couple of years, he says that he lost his passion for life, falling into a spiral of isolation and […]
"Kids Paint the Town", the innovative Children’s art project formulated by Jennifer Rogers while taking Landmark Education’s SELP program in the fall of 2007, has continued to thrive and has been featured prominently in the San Jose Mercury News and the […]
In March, one person’s experience of the Landmark Forum was featured on Positive Living, a Canadian television program. The show also featured interviews with Landmark Education executive and Landmark Forum leader Nancy Zapolski about a variety of different topics (earlier, […]
Photographer Les Ward used Landmark’s Self Expression and Leadership Program to create ‘My Town Miracles’, a photography exhibit focusing on inspirational leaders who live in Detroit.
Bob Ballard, a Landmark Education graduate whose Hearts of Fire project empowering homeless people to create art and music has been written about previously by Landmark Education News, was interviewed by Radio Ojai about the project and his music. Ballard also […]
A third of all homeless people in the United States are veterans. This stark fact was one reason Rod Wittmier's Self-Expression and Leadership program involved bringing old and new veterans together in a mentoring program. The program, called VetsMeetVets, had […]
Les Ward has used the Self-Expression and leadership program to create an innovative photography exhibit showcasing community leaders pioneering Detroit's economy. The exhibit, titled "My Town Miracles", is appearing at the North American International Auto Show, and was the subject […]
Landmark Education graduate Josh Tickell’s award-winning documentary "Fuel" has opened in the Los Angeles area in a limited February engagment, and will be appearing elsewhere in the United States in February and March. The documentary, which Tickell recently spoke about with […]
For his project in Landmark Education’s SELP program, Jeremy Deweese of St. Louis lead a group of photographers in creating “24 Hour Cure”, a project which created photo exhibits to raise funds for the American Diabetes Association. All the proceeds […]
Rosa Abreu’s Landmark Education SELP project donates digital converter boxes to seniors in need.