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 1   Festivals and Events / Conversations / Re: KadmusArts Forum Now on Facebook  on: August 12, 2012, 07:22:13 AM 
Started by Bill | Last post by Ana Maria
I've  "liked" the KadmusArts Facebook Page.  Have you?

Take the plunge and start posting and sharing!

 2   Festivals and Events / Conversations / KadmusArts Forum Now on Facebook  on: August 11, 2012, 04:27:04 PM 
Started by Bill | Last post by Bill
Want to know the best way to reach the KadmusArts global festival community?
Use our Facebook page:
http://www.facebook.com/pages/KadmusArts/17962154811

This way you can expand your connections, your links, and your Festival work, opportunities, travels, and job posts!

Facebook + KadmusArts: a growing network to Travel, Discover, and Create!



 3   Festivals and Events / Conversations / HONK! Festival 2012 in Boston ... save the dates, Oct. 5-8  on: August 02, 2012, 10:03:58 AM 
Started by marycurtin | Last post by marycurtin
HONK! FESTIVAL
 
FESTIVAL OF ACTIVIST STREET BANDS

SEVENTH ANNUAL

SAVE THE DATES

October 5 through 8, 2012

a wide variety of events planned
in Somerville, Cambridge, & Boston

(MOST EVENTS)
FREE AND OPEN TO ALL

(Somerville, Cambridge & Boston, MA) With already over 30 activist street bands coming from near and far, the seventh annual HONK! Festival (www.honkfest.org) may prove to be the most outrageous urban gathering yet! This election year’s HONK! will be held from October 5 through October 8 (encompassing Columbus Day Weekend), just in time to playfully kick some butt while seriously attempting to inspire action in a world that yearns for change.

The preliminary HONK! schedule, which will be finalized in early September, can be found at www.honkfest.org/schedule/. Many outdoor and indoor concerts (mostly free) will be held throughout Somerville, Cambridge, and Boston, along with one very large and several mini parades, and a symposium for those who crave some sit-down in-depth discussion about the HONK! phenomena -- instigated in 2006 in Davis Square Somerville and now sweeping the nation (annual HONKs now in Austin, Seattle, Brooklyn, Providence) -- and its impact on the social-political landscape.

The current roster of this year’s HONK! bands is located specifically at www.honkfest.org/bands-2012/. They hail from as far away as Italy, New Orleans, and Vancouver, to as near as Somerville and Jamaica Plain! Up-to-date information on bands and their HONK! performance schedules will be posted on www.honkfest.org, twitter.com/honkfest/, www.facebook.com/honkfestival, and by calling 617-383-HONK (4665).

As of this writing, a few summer activities are also in place, for anyone who would like to get an early jump on the HONK! bandwagon:
•   HONK! Kickstarter campaign: details can be found at www.honkfest.org/kickstarter. The goal this year is to reach $12,000 by mid-August. Last year, HONK! far exceeded a similar fundraising campaign. Individuals can donate and subscribe to receive notices by going through the HONK! website.
•   HONK! Parade planning: the first meeting is to be held on Thurs., July 26, 7-9 pm, at Sprout & Co., 339R Summer St. near Davis Square, Somerville (www.thesprouts.org][url][url]www.thesprouts.org][url]www.thesprouts.org][url][url]www.thesprouts.org[/url][/url]). Join with other community groups and individuals for a meeting to brainstorm about different ways to make visually stunning and evocative street parades during the HONK! Festival; including a new evening lantern parade in Davis Square neighborhoods, and the Sunday “Reclaim the Streets for Horns, Bikes, and Feet” Parade from Davis Square to Harvard Square, featuring 30 street bands and 31 community groups. If interested, contact parade@honkfest.org.
•   HONK! T-shirt design: a call is going out to all those who have an artistic desire to design this year’s HONK! T-shirt. The deadline for submissions is August 15. Send queries and original design submissions to art@honkfest.org.

For more background information on HONK! and its origins, visit www.honkfest.org/about/.

 4   Festivals and Events / Workshops and Symposia / Scholarship for Choreographers & Directors of Physical Theatre  on: August 02, 2012, 06:45:39 AM 
Started by michaelg | Last post by michaelg
Please spread this information among your dance colleagues. Thank you!




Shakespeare Performance Project

for Choreographers & Directors of Physical Theatre   



September 2012 - Russian Theatre



International practical course for experienced choreographers and directors with professional stage experience working in various genres, techniques and styles interested to take part in the performance creation at Russian Repertory Theatre and to research the connection between voice and dance, word and physical action.




Several scholarships are available which partially cover the course tuition fee.

To apply for the course, candidates should send to physicaltheater@mail.ru

Letter of motivation stating their interest in joining the course.
Detailed CV describing all specific skills and abilities. 
Scanned copy of the passport.
Latest head shot and 2-3 additional photos. 
Any additional material describing professional experience: web links to past projects and performances, photo, video, reviews, articles, interviews, etc.
Project web page http://www.iugte.com/projects/shakespearefordancers

 5   Festivals and Events / Conversations / Come Play, Pitch, Party & Path Find At The Independent Music Fest / Nashville  on: July 15, 2012, 01:17:14 PM 
Started by popcorn | Last post by popcorn

Indie Music people from all points North, South, East and West will converge in Nashville, Tennessee, October 5, 6 & 7, 2012 for the Independent Music Fest Nashville. Three days of music experiences where memories of a lifetime are created in a weekend on Music Row. Choose to perform as an Artist seeking new material or singer songwriter looking for cuts. Let your hair down at the Indie Music Masquerade where there will be dancing, food and fun! Or visit the Music Specialty Info Areas and Path Find to define your music future.
We're having a Pitch Fest. Come play or hang on multiple indoor stages as a performing artist or singer songwriter. The goal of the event is to pair performing artist with original songwriters who have the types of material the Artist are seeking for their Acts. By mixing the two together, we hope to get writers products directly in the hands of others who are working shows. This is Music Row and Music City, USA, so don't be shy!
Mid way thru the Fest on Saturday evening the event host an Indie Music Masquerade Gala. People are encouraged to come as they "ARE NOT" and hide behind a mask. With mask donned and costumes on, let the party begin. There will also be a silent auction, raffles and prizes.
Attend the Music Specialty Info Areas all three days asking the questions you want, about what you want, when you want and help define your career path. Sharpen the tools you need to be a serious Indie!
All festival badge holders are automatically registered to attend and participate in all Performing or Non Performing / Industry opportunities, Specialty Needs Areas and Masquerade Gala at the Fest. Go to one or all at your own pace!
Registration Is Open. We would like to invite everyone out there who either is an Indie music professional or is trying to be one. Visit www.IndependentMusicFest.org Email Popcorn@IndependentMusicFest.org or Call 615-424-1491

 6   Festivals and Events / Free and Discounted Tickets / South Norwalk Charity Concert Series  on: July 06, 2012, 09:45:15 AM 
Started by SoNo Center | Last post by SoNo Center

http://www.facebook.com/sonoparkconcerts

SoNo Corporate Center and Norwalk Parks and Rec presents a Charity Concert Series in SoNo Park at 50 Washington. Each concert will feature a local charity and 2 amazing bands. Come show your support, bring the family and enjoy great music, food and beer(s) drinks by Gingerman, Crossroads Pizza, Jeff's Cruisine, Ralph's Deli and more.
Come July 12 to hear Mystic Bowie launch our series. Like us @ facebook.com/sonoparkconcerts for updates, links, and the full line up.
July 12 - Mystic Bowie w/ Renard Boissiere...NFP Star
July 26 - Juicy Grapes w/ Jon Paul Trio...NFP SoNo Arts Celebration
Aug. 9 - Steve Clarke w/ Remember September...NFP Norwalk Police and Firemen
Aug. 23 - Jump the Gunn w/ Artie Tobia...NFP Seabrook Organization
Sept. 6 - The Bernadettes w/ Mongolian Monkfish...NFP Paws
Sept 20 - Ronnie Penque w/ Riflehorse...NFP Human Services Council



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