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Morning Becomes Epileptic with Calms.
Listen to Ned Hardcore speak with Mike Keegan and Nick Carpenter about their band Calms, using their guitar in place of their flaccid penis and touring with U2. Also, listen to the band’s songs, Hide It and Aquanaut.
For more from Calms:
Contact Calms at firstname.lastname@example.org
If you have music to share with Morning Becomes Epileptic (yours, your friend’s, or just music you think is worthy of sharing with others) get in touch with Ned Hardcore at email@example.com.
You may view the latest post at http://yourpr.org/2009/morning-becomes-epileptic-wcalms
This is an open call to anyone interested in participating in the Sixth Annual Celebrate Puppetry Festival on Saturday June 6th from 4:00 to 10:00 PM at the McGroarty Arts Center in Tujunga.
We are looking for vendors, performers, and workshop artists. Non-profit Arts Organizations are also welcome to participate. We have modest artist fees available. If you are interested, please send a note off list to firstname.lastname@example.org, with your proposed activity and a link to your webpage or send info to me privately. Thanks!
Puppet makers or vendors of general varieties are also welcome. Our booth fees are very reasonable, and they can be waived if you are able to offer workshops on and off during the day.
More information can be found at:
Changing Art Sculpture Program Request for Proposals
The City of Ojai is looking for artists to submit proposals for the Changing
Sculpture site at the Ojai Arcade Plaza. Previous artists who have been
featured include Bret Price, Bill McEwen, Bob Privett, Christopher Lee,
Michael Pedziwiatr, and Ahde Lahti/Douglas Bungert. This program has brought
valuable exposure for the artists and is a great opportunity for the public
to view a variety of sculpture. The City invites all local and regional
artists to submit their work to be considered for this annual program, which
runs from June 2009 to May 2010.
In general, the base support for a three-dimensional work will accommodate a
piece weighing no more than 700 pounds with a maximum height of 10-12 feet
125 Paid Summer Internships in the Arts Available through the Los Angeles County Arts Internship Program
Los Angeles County, through its Arts Commission, has given grants totaling $500,000 to 95 performing, literary, media and municipal arts organizations throughout Los Angeles County to support paid internships for college undergraduates in summer 2009.
Descriptions of and contacts for the 125 internship positions are posted on the Arts Commission's web site. Go to www.lacountyarts.org, click on Internships, then 2009 Internship Positions.
Intersection Dance Project is seeking collaborators for a Summer 2009 project. We are searching for musicians, visual artists, scientists, philosophers, actors , writers…ANYONE who is interested in seeing their professional endeavors or interests realized through movement. Intersection Dance is a 501 (c)(3) non-profit dance company that seeks to bring artists of all disciplines together in collaboration for community education. If you are interested in developing a collaborative work with us, email email@example.com. Please include your contact information, CV and a brief statement about why this project interests you. Check us out on the web at http://www.intersectiondance.org.
from LA Culture Net
An International Documentary Film Festival, known as DOCSDF and scheduled for October 15 to 24 in Mexico City, is inviting filmmakers, producers and directors to submit their best works by May 15.
This year's festival has nine categories: best international documentary; best Iberoamerican documentary; best Mexican documentary; best TV documentary; best international short documentary; best Mexican short documentary; best photography; best Mexican documentary on education; and best documentary on the environment.
Viver Brasil Dance Company Audition
"Viver Brasil...an intoxicating foray into the exotic...pyrotechnic
physicality"... LA Times
WHEN Thursday, May 7, from 7:30-9:30pm
WHERE: Lula Washington Dance Theatre Studio, Studio B, 3773
Crenshaw Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 9001Artistic Directors Linda Yudin and
Luiz Badaró are seeking two male dancers and 1 female dancer for the
upcoming ’09 – ’10 Season. Rehearsals begin on May 14, 2009 with
performances in July through December. Performances include the Ford
Amphitheater, Levitt Pavilion in Pasadena, Redlands Bowl, Redlands,
CA and Guadalajara, Mexico. Potential performers must be available
on Monday and Thursday evenings, Saturday and Sunday
afternoons.Dancers should have a strong modern dance technique with
Volume 6, Issue 6 of Poetry Victims is now online, featuring art by Ed Baker and Poetry by Dorien Grey.
Check it out!