AMP connects artists and behind-the-scenes collaborators of all genres, including musicians, painters, performance artists, writers, dancers, and many more, with resources, opportunities, and personal connections. Many AMPers also provide free temporary lodging for other members. With thousands of members in 86 countries, AMP enthusiastically and energetically builds bridges between artists, audiences, and producers through our website, as well as at AMP-hosted parties and multimedia events worldwide. AMP is free to join. The only 'cost' is your energy and enthusiasm in building a global artistic community and helping fellow artists.
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Musical Theatre Composers & Writers, ATTN:

Locally in LA, as we all know, there's no off-off bdwy scene for new theater work-outs to occur. There's now an ongoing venue in the heart of Hollywood offering space to present unknown musical theatre, showcase ops for 10- to 45-minute pieces. These can be excerpts, a 1st reading-singing, the like; can allow for audience feedback, to test how well an untried and previously unstaged musical work works.  

The location is an open, fairly large jazz room, a bar and grill with a grand piano and small riser stage and sound system. The music doesn't have to be jazz, but it has to be original and interesting musically. The room easily seats 75 with tables and booths, and has held over 100. Singers regularly gather there to perform.  

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G. F. Mlely Performs "Never Quite Say"

G. F. Mlely performs an instrumental version of his song "Never Quite Say," from his musical theatre work-in-progress, "Life Death & Jazz." This version is available on Mlely's cd release, "Re-Entry" (JzC101), on the JazCraft label, on sale digitally and on hard copy at various outlets, including CDBaby, Amazon, JazCraft.net, etc.

Hear a vocal ensemble version of "Never Quite Say" on http://www.jazcraft.net/LifeDeath&Jazz.html - along with numerous other demo songs from that musical.

The video was produced by JazCraft at Olelo Television of Hawaii, from the series "Jazz Piano with G. F. Mlely."

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Do you want to create your own podcast to share your art?

Listen and submit to ned@yourpr.org to produce your own podcast.

YourPR has posted a new item, 'Morning Becomes Epileptic with Don Cadora from Parts for People'

Listen to Ned Hardcore speak with Don Cadora about his band, his guitar and shanks of lamb. Also, listen to the band’s songs, Always (alternate acoustic) and Bright and Shining.

Parts for People is:
Don Cadora - vocals, guitar
Tim Frick - Bass, Keys, vocals
Ben Tuttle - Drums
www.partsforpeople.blogspot.com
(click on anything that says Parts For People to hear music)
or go to www.myspace.com/partsforpeople

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 ned@yourpr.org.

Listen.

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YourPR has posted a new item, 'Morning Becomes Epileptic with Don Cadora from Parts for People'

YourPR has posted a new item, 'Morning Becomes Epileptic with Don Cadora from Parts for People'

Listen to Ned Hardcore speak with Don Cadora about his band, his guitar and shanks of lamb. Also, listen to the band’s songs, Always (alternate acoustic) and Bright and Shining.

Parts for People is:
Don Cadora - vocals, guitar
Tim Frick - Bass, Keys, vocals
Ben Tuttle - Drums
www.partsforpeople.blogspot.com
(click on anything that says Parts For People to hear music)
or go to www.myspace.com/partsforpeople

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 ned@yourpr.org.

Listen.

Enjoy.

Good day.

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barrel moon

barrel moon
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Call for submissions – REDCAT Spring Studio 2009 (deadline April 9)

Application Deadline: Thursday, April 9, 2009 by 5:00pm

REDCAT is seeking original performance works for the next edition of Studio, REDCAT's quarterly series of new works and works in progress in dance, theater, music, performance art or multidisciplinary. If you have a project under 15 minutes and would like to be considered—apply now. Or help us spread the word by forwarding this email to friends and fellow artists.

Auditions: Sunday, April 19, 2009
Performance dates: Sunday & Monday, May 17 - 18, 2009 8:30pm

For application and questions contact:
Edgar Miramontes
REDCAT
Phone: 213.237.2816
Fax: 213.237.2811
Email: emiramontes@calarts.edu
Web: www.redcat.org

*Applications will soon be at:
http://redcat.org/participate/artist.php

from LA Culture Net

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Call for Photographers in SoCal (deadline April 24)

Photographers Request for Qualifications

The City of Los Angeles Department of Cultural Affairs (DCA) is seeking experienced and talented photographers to provide digital documentation of public artwork, architecture, and cultural events, and to produce PDF comps and digital files for DCA printed materials and website use.
This Request for Qualifications is open to photographers residing in the Southern California region (Ventura to San Diego counties).

The deadline for submissions is Friday, April 24, 2009.

For more information and submission guidelines, please review the RFQ, available online at:

http://www.culturela.org/publicart/rfp-rfq/photographers_rfq.pdf

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Call for Photographers and more: MOPLA (deadline March 27)

To all the photographers, enthusiasts, emerging professionals, and artists!

The Month of Photography Los Angeles (MOPLA), a month long photographic celebration in April, has an event called "The Fresh Look".
We invite you to participate in this event for this is a great
opportunity for you, photographers, professionals, emerging artists,
and enthusiasts to get your portfolios reviewed by industry's decisions
makers, from gallerists to editors, publishers, and creative directors.

We are now accepting submissions and the deadline will be on March 27, 2009.

You may visit our website at http://monthofphotography.com/programs/freshlook_freshfair.php

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Nottingham Contemporary is seeking a Curator of Public Programmes (deadline April 14)

Nottingham Contemporary is seeking a Curator of Public Programmes
Deadline for applications is Tuesday 14 April

http://www.nottinghamcontemporary.org

Nottingham Contemporary is seeking a Curator of Public Programmes
Salary 26 - 28K

Nottingham Contemporary, opening at the end of 2009 in an outstanding new building by Caruso St John, will be one of the largest and most ambitious centres for contemporary art in the U.K. We have both an international outlook and a strong sense of local purpose. We are now seeking a Curator of Public Programmes, a key role in our developing, enthusiastic team.

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Dancer 2

Dancer  2
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