Azuero Earth Project’s first ever fundraising event, Azuero on the Harbor, will take place on September 1, 2012 in the Springs in East Hampton at the home of renowned artist Cindy Sherman.The afternoon event will feature entertainment by Rufus Wainwright, Laurie Anderson, Ruben Blades and Luba Mason in a casual, intimate and family friendly setting. Cindy Sherman’s property on Accabonac Harbor, surrounded by protected marshlands, is a natural jewel that beautifully embodies the mission of the Azuero Earth Project.The mission of the Azuero Earth Project is to preserve the earth’s ecosystems, protect biodiversity, and promote healthy communities by helping people to make informed decisions, take sustainable actions, and share knowledge.The festivities will include an informal tapas picnic of locally sourced food and drink with a Panamanian accent. For sale, and included with upper tier ticket purchases, will be a set of limited edition Lenox bone china plates with images by artists Richard Prince, Ed Ruscha, Teresita Fernández, April Gornik, Mary Heilmann, and Maya Lin. The event will be limited to 250 guests.For more information, click here.
Advertisement WYNONNA EARP: DESPITE FUNDING ISSUES, SERIES WILL FILM SEASON 4Beloved Syfy series Wynonna Earp has been saved from an early demise thanks to some last minute funding, meaning Season 4 of the show should arrive sometime in 2020.Though it hasn’t proven a huge success, Wynonna Earp has a dedicated fanbase that was devastated when word came out earlier this year that funding issues had arisen for the announced fourth season of the Syfy show. READ MORE‘WYNONNA EARP’ SEASON 4 TO BEGIN PRODUCTION FOR 2020 DEBUT“Wynonna Earp” fans can breathe easy. LEAVE A REPLY Cancel replyLog in to leave a comment Login/Register With: Advertisement Advertisement Variety has learned that production on the show’s fourth season is set to begin with the premiere slated for summer 2020. Syfy had previously commissioned two more seasons of the Canadian import, but IDW Entertainment — which produces the show — had run into financial difficulties and was unable to begin shooting. Cineflix Studios has come aboard to co-produce with Cineflix Rights handling international sales for all four seasons of the series. IDW and SEVEN24 Films continue to produce. READ MORE CALGARY-BASED WYNONNA EARP OVERCOMES FINANCIAL WOES, SHOOTING TO BEGIN ON SEASON 4It’s news that Earpers the world over have been impatiently waiting to hear since February.After months of uncertainty, delays and rumours of financial woes, the Calgary-shot supernatural western Wynonna Earp is set to begin production of a fourth season later this year. It is scheduled to air in the summer of 2020.Calgary’s Seven24 Films, which produces the popular cult series, made the announcement on Tuesday. IDW Entertainment, the American distributor, made a similar announcement in the U.S. Producer Jordy Randall of Seven24 said it’s been a “long road” to get to a point where they could confirm if and when a fourth season would happen. Cameras are set to roll in late 2019. READ MOREWYNONNA EARP LIVES! SEASON 4 OFFICIALLY HAPPENING WITH SUMMER 2020 DEBUTThe fight for Wynonna Earp is over. After months in limbo, E! News can confirm Wynonna Earp season four is finally going into production with a premiere date on Syfy in the United States and Space in Canada in summer 2020. Production is expected to begin later in 2019.“We are absolutely thrilled that we get to make more Wynonna Earp, and are grateful to our networks and partners for working hard to ensure we can,” Emily Andras, showrunner and executive producer, said in a statement. “This is an enormous testament to our passionate and fierce fans, the Earpers, who remind us every day how to fight like hell for the things you love with wit, ferocity and kindness.” READ MORE‘WYNONNA EARP’ TO BEGIN PRODUCTION ON SEASON 4 FOR 2020 PREMIERE ON SYFYThe Wynonna Earp fandom can finally rejoice. There will be a fourth season of the popular series based on the IDW comic created by Beau Smith. IDW Entertainment, in partnership with Syfy, Space and Seven24 Films, said today that production on Season 4 is scheduled to begin later this year for premiere in summer 2020 on Syfy in the U.S. and Space in Canada. That will make for a two-year gap between seasons 3 and 4.Cineflix Studios has now come aboard to co-produce and Cineflix Rights will handle international sales for the series for the upcoming season. Additionally, I hear Syfy also has stepped up and has agreed to pay a higher license fee for Season 4 than what the network is contractually obligated to in order to help get the season made. READ MORE‘WYNONNA EARP’ BACK ON TRACK FOR 2020 RETURN AFTER IDW’S FUNDING WOES NEARLY SINKS SYFY DRAMAThe cable network as well as the series Canadian home Space have contributed extra funding to producers IDW, which has also teamed with Cineflix as a co-producer and to sell the genre drama internationally.It’s (another) TV miracle.Months after a lack of funding from producers IDW Entertainment derailed the fourth season of Syfy fan-favorite Wynonna Earp, the genre drama from showrunner Emily Andras is back on track for a summer 2020 debut.Production on season four — which was poised to start months ago — will finally resume before year’s end as the sci-fi Western will debut on Syfy and its Canadian home on Space in 2020. Production is expected to begin once new deals with the cast are completed. Given the months-long delay, the options on the cast all expired as the drama typically announces its renewal in July at San Diego Comic-Con after picking up those pacts. READ MORE Facebook Twitter