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Studio Space Available at Shady Lea Mill, North Kingstown

March 24th, 2010

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Come join us at the Shady Lea Mill.  Two studios will become available April 1st.  One is on the first floor, 480 sq ft, all new construction, high ceilings, great lighting, well insulated and economical to heat.  This one is being used as an office as well.  The other, 428 sq ft, is on the second floor.  It is totally renovated with new insulated windows, charming brick wall, and beautifully refinished old hardwood floor.  This space also has the electrical hook up for a kiln.   Verizon Fios for HIGH SPEED INTERNET is available through out the mill.  Check out our website www.themillathadylea.com and our Facebook page to learn more about us and our incredibly gifted tenants.   I would be happy to show you around and share this magical place.

Lynn Krim
Shady Lea Mill
A Colony of Artists & Artisans
215 Shady Lea Road
North Kingstown, RI 02852
Cell: 401-290-7548
Fax: 401-884-4947
www.themillatshadylea.com
Facebook Page
http://www.facebook.com/home.php#/pages/North-Kingstown-RI/The-Mill-at-Shady-Lea/163977200816?ref=ts
Reisert Realty Corp.
25 Fifth Avenue
East Greenwich, RI  02818
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Call to Artists – Art in the Park, Worcester

March 23rd, 2010

Art in the Park juried outdoor sculpture exhibition in Elm Park, Worcester

Artists are invited to forward a selection of up to three existing

large-scale sculptures for installation on the grounds, floating in

one of its three shallow ponds, or suspended from trees. Artists may

offer works for sale.

No entry fee

All selected artists receive a $300 stipend

Submission Deadline: Friday, May 14

Exhibition Schedule: August 1 – October 1, 2010

Questions: art.in.the.park.worcester.ma@gmail.com

http://www.worcestermass.org/arts-culture-entertainment/worcester-cultural-commission/ Sponsored by the Worcester Cultural Commission, ArtsWorcester, the

City of Worcester and its Department of Parks and Public Works.

Partially funded by the Massachusetts Cultural Council.

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A Call for Artists – Newport Arts Festival 2010

March 23rd, 2010
The 4th Annual Newport Arts Festival will take place on August 28 & 29, 2010 at the Newport Yachting Center. The festival features a juried show of fine & functional art, two full days of live music and activities & entertainment to inspire young imaginations. Newport Arts Festival is produced by Middletown-based nonprofit Looking Upwards, Inc.
Newport Arts Festival seeks artist submissions in the categories of Painting, Photography, Pottery, Fiber, Wood, Jewelry, Digital Art, Works on Paper, Glass, Metal, Sculpture and Mixed Media. The show aims to have 75 exhibitors. Festival attendance is estimated to be approximately 7,000 people. Application/jury fee is $30. Booth fees range from $275-$500. Artist amenities include: online artist gallery (pre and post show), extensive publicity, free parking for event hours, and convenient load-in/load-out. Applications can be found online at http://www.newportartsfestival.com/for_artists_home.htm. Application deadline is April 12th, late application deadline is April 30 (late fee applies). For questions please contact Nichole Smith at nsmith@lookingupwards.org, or (401) 849-0960 x 56. 


Nichole Smith
Events & Fundraising Coordinator
Newport Arts Festival
Looking Upwards, Inc.
(401) 847-0960 x 56
nsmith@lookingupwards.org

Join us August 28 & 29, 2010 for the Newport Arts Festival!
www.newportartsfestival.com

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Arts Around The Fire With the Arts & Cultural Alliance of Newport County

March 23rd, 2010
 

A reminder – join us at 


Clarke Cooke House
Tuesday, March 23rd
6-8pm
 
Hoping this will be the last fire we need for the season, although we are thinking of continuing our gatherings without a fire.
Here’s the link to the ACA website though not fully functional, you can join our “Splash” email list,
and become a member free by taking the survey.
http://www.newportarts.org/
 

 

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Teaching Artists With Disabilities – Professional Development Fellowship

March 22nd, 2010

VSA arts Invites Applications From Teaching Artists With Disabilities for Professional Development Fellowship Program

 

VSA arts is seeking applications from artist-educators for the Teaching Artist Fellowship, a program to identify, engage, and support outstanding teaching artists with disabilities in the visual and performing arts.

Benefits to Teaching Artist Fellows include a professional development retreat in Washington, D.C., designed especially for teaching artists; subscriptions/memberships within the teaching artist network (i.e., Teaching Artist Journal, Art Education, Teaching Theatre); networking and teaching opportunities in Washington, D.C., and other areas (stipend and travel costs included); and enrollment in VSA Community of Practice, a professional development Web site. Fellows will also serve as facilitators for VSA education programs and will be profiled in VSA publications.

The program is open to artists with disabilities who have had experience working in pre-K-12 classrooms within the past three years. Applicants should demonstrate artistic achievement in visual or performing arts. (Note: This program is designed specifically for teaching artists. Classroom instructors are not eligible for the fellowship.)

See the VSA arts Web site for complete program information.

http://www.vsarts.org/PreBuilt/showcase/gallery/exhibits/TeachingArtists/index.html

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AIGA RI Meeting and Open House @ Mad Creative – All welcome

March 22nd, 2010

Open House @ Mad Creative
& AIGA RI elections of 2010/2011 board

Monday April 5, 6pm – 8pm
150 Chestnut Street, 3rd Floor

Mad Creative, Inc. founded in 1998, is a full-service design firm that specializes in branding, advertising, marketing collateral and direct mail. Located in the heart of Providence’s Jewelry District, our staff of experienced professionals and network of freelance writers, designers, photographers and web developers work collaboratively as a client’s creative partner from concept to completion.

This event is free and open to all. AIGA members in attendance will form a quorum and be voting on the slate of nominees for 2010/2011.

details at http://www.facebook.com/home.php?#!/event.php?eid=108055415886541

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Professional Development & Adobe Workshop

March 22nd, 2010

Professional Development & Adobe Workshop
Tuesday April 13
7:30am – 1pm
The Wolcott Building
28 Wolcott St. Providence 02908

Adobe specialist Terry White (http://terrywhite.com/techblog/ about) will share specific details about a special announcement (revealed April 12) and product release training.

For the second half of the program, join us for a conversation about actively shaping your brand to attract a higher level of clients and projects. Move beyond thinking about your brand just from an aesthetic point of view and understand how clients really evaluate design firms large and small. Pash, our presenter, is a design strategist, author, and educator with nearly 20 years of experience in the field of design. (more about Pash below)

Audience members are eligible to win a copy of CS4 Design Premium and several other ‘raffle’ type items such as design books and/or posters.

Consider registering even if you can only participate in a portion of this event.

Itinerary:
7:30 am doors open, continental breakfast, mingle
8:00 – 10:00 am ADOBE training
10:00 – 10:15 am break
10:15 am – 12:15 pm Branding Workshop
12:15 – 1:00 pm Lunch conversation – Grab your box lunch on your way to work, or stick around for conversation with other attendees.

full details and registration at http://april13aigari.eventbrite.com/
Registration Fees – rate changes and early-bird extension
Early-bird deadline APRIL 5!
AIGA member – early-bird: $10
non-member – early-bird: $45
group non-member (min 3) – early bird $30 ea

After April 5
AIGA member – door: $20 (was 25)
non-member – door: $65 (was 75)
group non-member (min 3) – door $50 ea (was 60)

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Call for Artists – IndieArts Fest 2010

March 22nd, 2010
Call for Artists
Call for Artists – The Exchange
IndieArts Fest 2010

arts exchange

The annual IndieArts Festival celebrates independently produced art, digital media, music, performance and locally-sourced goods and products. The festival infuses downtown Providence with an eclectic mix of live music, DJs, burlesque, spoken word, experimental dance, a compilation of film shorts & films accompanied by live improvised sound environments on three different stages in the Bank of America Skating Center & Burnside Park. Last year’s Festival attracted over 8,000 fun-seeking participants! This year’s event held on Saturday, July 31st (rain date, August 7th) is expected to be even more successful!

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Call to Designers with product

March 22nd, 2010

Do you have products suitable for the new NBC TV show Parenthood?

Name: Sarah Shaw (The Entreprenette Gazette)

Category: Entertainment and Media

Email: query-6du@helpareporter.com

Media Outlet: The Entreprenette Gazette

Deadline: 03:00 PM EST – 23 March

Query:

I was contacted by the brand new NBC TV show Parenthood who is
looking to be connected with up and coming designers so they can
have new hip stuff on their show. If you have a clothing,
accessory, handbag, jewelry, or shoe line and want to get your
products on TV, then email with the following information. If
you do not follow the rules your email will not be passed on.
RULES: Watch the show and email me the NAME of the character and
the links to the products on your website that would be
appropriate for them to wear or carry. The items must be in
stock and be available for immediate delivery. Please be
thoughtful with your submissions and only send things you
honestly think they would wear. They will contact you directly
if they want to use your products. Good luck. Please no
publicists – designers only.

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WEBSITE Launched to Support Wannabe Writers, Artists, and Performers

March 22nd, 2010

Description: www.wannabepride.com allows Wannabe actors, writers, musicians,comics, and other artists to share their rejection and victory stories with

other Wannabes in a judgment-free zone.

 

WESTMINSTER, MD, March 17, 2010 – Silverscreen Writing, a

sole-proprietorship copywriting and scriptwriting company, is launching

www.wannabepride.com – a virtual support group where Wannabe actors,writers, musicians, and other artists can share their stories and vent their

frustrations as they struggle for success. The website is being launched by

Linda Fausnet, owner of Silverscreen Writing and a 15-year veteran of the

Wannabe life. The site features a forum for Wannabes all over the world to

share their most painful rejections and most glorious triumphs. There are

innumerable ‘how-to’ websites offering tips and advice on how to break into

show business. Wannabepride offers what no other website does; a place to

swap war stories and experiences Wannabes face on the difficult and

uncertain struggle for success in often harsh and unforgiving fields of

endeavor.

 

Not everyone can be a Wannabe.

 

Wannabes do everything that everyone else does and then they keep going.

They work a day job, clean the house, get the groceries, cook the meals, pay

the bills, and do the yardwork. Then, instead of whining that they “don’t

have time” to pursue their dreams, they go to work on them instead. Even

though there are hundreds of thousands of Wannabes out there, it is easy for

them to feel alone.

 

More than 50,000 screenplays are registered with the Writer’s Guild of

America each year. Thousands of hopefuls attend American Idol (AI) auditions

in each city where AI offers open calls. Thousands of would-be stand-up

comics attend open mic nights each year. Hundreds of thousands of aspiring

actors flock to New York and Los Angeles annually. There are an awful lot of

Wannabes out there. Many of them aren’t going to make it. Even those who do

get their “big break” will work long and hard for many years before finding

any form of success. To the outside world, Wannabes are losers who aren’t

good enough to “make it” yet.

 

www.wannabepride.com is designed to encourage Wannabes to be proud of theirwork now; not just when they get the big part, ink the lucrative book

contract, or land the record deal.

 

In addition to the website, Ms. Fausnet is also currently writing a

nonfiction book in support of Wannabes entitled WANNABE PRIDE: A SHOUT-OUT

TO ALL THE UNDISCOVERED ACTORS, WRITERS, MUSICIANS, AND OTHER ARTISTS. The

book will include her own experiences as a Wannabe screenwriter, as well as

featuring many of the responses that are posted on the website.

 

 

About Silverscreen Writing (SW) – SW is a sole proprietorship owned and

operated by writer Linda Fausnet. The company offers copywriting services,

including brochures, flyers, newsletters, and web content, as well as video

scriptwriting services. Ms. Fausnet’s scripted instructional video, Bridging

the Gap, won a Television, Internet, and Video Association of Washington,

D.C. (TIVA) First Place Gold Award. The video can be viewed at

www.silverscreenwriting.net. She has written more than ten screenplays. Herfamily film script, entitled The Hole in the Wall, was optioned by Mega

Films, Inc. Los Angeles. Her screenplay, Rain on the Water, is in the

process of being optioned by Runaway Productions. Her comedy screenplay,

Queen Henry, was a Finalist in the 2007 Progress Writers Competition.

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“TOP 40″ juried competition for digital art and photography

March 22nd, 2010
Los Angeles Center For Digital Art
107 West Fifth Street
Los Angeles, CA 90013
http://lacda.com/juried/juriedshow.html

Enter our “TOP 40″ juried competition for digital art and photography. Entrants submit three JPEG files of original work. All styles of artwork and photography where digital processes of any kind were integral to the creation of the images are acceptable. Open to all geographical locations.

Forty selected winners receive one print up to 24×36 on museum quality paper to be shown in an international group exhibition in our gallery from May 13-June 5, 2010. The show will be widely promoted and will include a reception for the artists.

Many artists from this exhibit continue their relationship with LACDA for exhibit in solo shows, exhibits curated outside of LACDA and exhibit in art and photo fairs where LACDA participates. All entries are given special consideration for exhibiting at LACDA and outside exhibitions where we are featured.

Artists participating in our competitions form the pool of artists from which we select the vast majority of those featured at LACDA and are often considered by our associated network of galleries, museums and curators. Proceeds from the competition support these gallery programs.

Registration fee is $30US. Online registration only. Multiple entries are permitted, separate entry fee required for each set of three images submitted.

Jurors:

  • Reginald Woolery: Artist, Curator, Director: Digital Studio, California Museum of Photography
  • Rex Bruce: Artist, Curator, Director: L.A. Center for Digital Art

Deadline for Entries: April 19
Winners Announced: April 26 (All entrants will be notified by email.)
L.A. Center for Digital Art exhibit dates: May 13 – June 5.
Artists Reception: May 13, 7-9pm in conjunction with the Downtown Los Angeles Art Walk.

For questions email us at: lacda@lacda.com. No phone calls please.

Prospectus: http://lacda.com/juried/juriedshow.html

Direct link for registration: www.acteva.com/booking.cfm?bevaid=200519

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Grants for Innovative Community Change Projects

March 22nd, 2010

Changemakers Competition Invites Entries of Innovative Community Change Projects From Northeastern States

 

Green Mountain Coffee and Ashoka’s Changemakers have launched “Revelation to Action: Your Place. Your Idea. Your Change,” a new competition designed to identify and help fund innovative ideas that strengthen and improve communities in Maine, New York, Rhode Island, Vermont, New Hampshire, Connecticut, and Massachusetts.

Innovative solutions for motivating local citizens to build a better community may be submitted or nominated until April 21, 2010. The competition will consider all entries that reflect the theme of the competition, that demonstrate groundbreaking solutions that inspire others to help make their community a better place to live, and that indicate growth beyond the stage of idea, concept, or research. At a minimum, entries should be at the demonstration stage and indicate success. Entries must be submitted in English.

The competition is open to all types of individuals and organizations operating in the eligible states. Individuals or organizations not from the region must have local operations or partners on the ground in these states.

The three Changemakers competition winners — the finalist individuals or organizations that receive the most votes during the public voting phase — will each receive a cash prize of $5,000. The seven state winners — the best entry from each of the eligible states — will also receive cash prizes of $5,000. Nominators are also eligible for prizes.

Visit the Changemakers Web site for complete program guidelines.

http://www.changemakers.com/revelation

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March 22nd, 2010

Call for Artists
Call for Artists – The Exchange
IndieArts Fest 2010

arts exchange

The annual IndieArts Festival celebrates independently produced art, digital media, music, performance and locally-sourced goods and products. The festival infuses downtown Providence with an eclectic mix of live music, DJs, burlesque, spoken word, experimental dance, a compilation of film shorts & films accompanied by live improvised sound environments on three different stages in the Bank of America Skating Center & Burnside Park. Last year’s Festival attracted over 8,000 fun-seeking participants! This year’s event held on Saturday, July 31st (rain date, August 7th) is expected to be even more successful!

 AboutAbout


The Exchange is a marketplace offering artwork, locally designed jewelry, new and vintage clothing, accessories, silk-screened posters and t-shirts, handmade crafts, cards, prints, books, vinyl records, compact discs, etc. This is an open arts event; all art & craft work must be of your own creation, no mass-produced work will be accepted.

The Exchange is managed by A&BC/RI Gallery Manager, Rebecca Siemering. Each vendor space is approximately 10′ x 10′ and will be on the grassy areas in Burnside Park. There is a fee to vend at the Exchange. Early registrants will be included in a pull out advertisement for the festival in the Providence Phoenix. This year we are offering an early registration fee of $50 for payment by May 21; after May 21, the fee will be $75, and registration closes on July 2.

DetailsDetails

How to Become a VendorBecome-a-Vendor

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The Basics There is a fee to be a part of the Exchange at IndieArts Fest. Paid applications received on or before May 21,2010 will receive a discounted fee of $50, after May 21, 2010 the fee will increase to $75. Early registrants will be included in a pull out advertisement for the festival in the Providence Phoenix. No applications will be accepted after 5 PM July 2, 2010. All vendors will be notified of acceptance within two weeks of application.

Credit Card Online Application Form  For credit card payments, please complete the form online. Only paid applications will be considered confirmed participants. Visual artists and crafters will be asked to include three images (72 dpi .jpg) representing the art or craft work that you intend to sell to: Rebecca Siemering (rebecca@ artsandbusinessri.org)

Check or Money Order Application Form To pay by check or money order, click here to download form.

IndieArts/ri is a collective portal for independent artists and arts organizations who contribute greatly to the Providence art scene. This includes, but is not limited to burlesque, dance, experimental theatre, music, galleries, and independent venues. IndieArts/ri markets upcoming events and gives members the ability to utilize the ArtTix ticketing service and established customer base.

Brought To You By
               IndieArts/ri

 
 
 
 

Arts & Business Council of Rhode Island | 10 Dorrance Street, Suite 102 | Providence | RI | 02903

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Two Percent For Art Calls For Entry In Maine

March 18th, 2010
The Maine Arts Commission currently has two Percent for Art competitions open to all artists living in the United States. 

 

The Durham Community School, Percent for Art site in Durham, Maine, has an approximate budget of $44,000 and a deadline for submission of April 16, 2010

 

The Gorham Elementary School, Percent for Art site in Gorham, Maine, has an approximate budget of $44,000 and a deadline for submission of April 23, 2010

 

Both prospectuses are attached to this email in PDF format. You can also access the full detail of both calls, including images and floor plans from both sites, by visiting Mainearts.com using this link: http://mainearts.maine.gov/percentforart.aspx 

 

Contact details: 

 

Alison Ferris
Assistant Director
Maine Arts Commission

193 State Street

, 25 SHS
Augusta, ME  04333-0025
207/287-2710 Direct Line
877/887-3878 TTY/NexTalk
207/287-2724 General Office Line
207/287-2725 Fax
alison.ferris@maine.gov
MaineArts.com  

 

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Open Call For Quilters

March 18th, 2010


Picture That, LLC has two paid Remembrance Necktie Quilt commissions available.  The Quilter will be supplied with 65 neckties from which two quilts should be created.  The quilts will be displayed in two busy corporate reception areas for a Healthcare Training Company with locations in Fairfield County Connecticut and New York City.  

 
GEOGRAPHIC CRITERIA:
This Call is limited to Quilters that reside in the Northeast of the US in order to minimize travel expenses.
 
 
       CLIENT PREFERENCES / QUILT CRITERIA:
The client, Joe, is the CEO of a Healthcare Training Company who recently lost his father and would like to pay tribute by commissioning the quilts.  Joe has specified the following criteria:
 
1.  Wants the quilts to “look like quilts” but instead works of art
2.  Likes borders that are interesting
3.  Likes geometric shapes
4.  Likes tiled patterns
5.  He would like the quilts installed in a wooden frame (versus on a dowel)
6.  The size of the quilts should be 3′h x 5′w or 4′h x 4′w 
 

 

THE PROCESS: 

If you are interested in this exciting opportunity please submit the materials required by March 28, 2010.  We will confirm receipt of your materials within 72 hours of receiving.  Final selections will be made by April 30, 2010.  Please take this timeline and geographic location into consideration when evaluating whether this opportunity is a good fit.  
   MATERIALS REQUIRED: 

 

1.  Artist Bio, CV and/or Resume.
2.  Five digital jpg files of necktie quilts previously created that resemble the criteria described above.

3.  Your budget / fee structure and time to complete two quilts.
4.  A brief statement describing your approach to creating necktie quilts. 

Send all materials via email to opencallforartists@picture-that.com.  Format the subject of your email as follows: TDQUILT_YourLastNameYourFirstName_YourCityYourState.  For example, TDQUILT_DoeJane_GreenwichCT.   
Contact us with questions via email at opencallforartists@picture-that.com with the subject of your email being the same as indicated above.  
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1,000 artists documenting 1,000 lives in 2010.

March 18th, 2010

Art House is looking for 1,000 people from around the world to help create a massive photographic time capsule. Sign up and start documenting your life in 2010. Participants use their own camera (digital or film) and submit up to 24 4×6 inch prints to the project. Everyone who submits will have prints in the exhibitions. Not only will we have the exhibition here in Brooklyn, we will also travel to the two cities with the most participants. Soooooo, tell your friends, mom, sister, cousin, or whoever to sign up. The exhibition will be home to 24,000 photographs of 1,000 people’s lives from all over the world. After the exhibitions, they will be stored in a giant time capsule for 15 years!

For more information on the project and to sign up, please go to: www.arthousecoop.com/projects/amlp

Sign up Deadline: May 1st, 2010 – Postmark Deadline: June 7th, 2010

Art House projects have been featured on CNN and Current tv and in Juxtapoz Magazine, Good Magazine, Urban Outfitters blog, Time Out NY, Atlanta Magazine and National Geographic’s Intelligent Traveler. Check out the website for more information about how to get involved: www.arthousecoop.com

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The Jamestown Arts Center

March 18th, 2010

Call for Entries!
Art Now!
AN OPEN ART SHOW
ART NOW invites artists to submit work that reflects
their present passions, recent adventures, or ideas of the world today.
Judge to be announced!

Prizes! First Place: $100, Second Place $75, Third Place $50

ART NOW benefits renovation of the Jamestown Arts Center’s newly
purchased property on 18 Valley Street
into a beautiful arts facility for the whole community.

Opening Reception: April 9th, 6 to 8pm
The Jamestown Gallery
47 Conanicus Avenue, Jamestown

Works in all media welcomed

Drop off: Tuesday: April 6th, noon to 6pm

Membership Required: Individual $20
Entry Fee per piece: $10
2 submissions maximum

Contact us if your work is large-scale
(larger than 36 x 48 or over 20lbs.)
Must be 18 years or over to submit
Artist receive 60% of all sales
Pick up:April 25th and 26th, noon to 6

For more information go to www.jamestownartcenter.org
or contact us at jamestownartscenter@gmail.com

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Executive Director of Filmmakers Collaborative

March 17th, 2010

JOB DESCRIPTION
Filmmakers Collaborative is looking for a dynamic and entrepreneurial leader to manage all aspects of the organization, including fiscal sponsorship, community outreach, interfacing with funders, and member services, all under the direction of the FC Board of Directors. This position requires a high level of drive and passion for independent media work, as well as demonstrated success in development and program management.
Successful candidates are expected to have strong communication and relationship skills; an understanding of budgets and accounting procedures; an understanding of funder-filmmaker relationships; the ability to lead and develop teams; and proven experience managing the day-to-day operations of a growing organization.
Ideal traits include executive or financial experience with NGOs, familiarity with the independent film world; expertise in fiscal management of others’ money; awareness of new directions in the film industry and new forms of independent film; event management experience, and knowledge of philanthropy.

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News from the RI Film Collaborative

March 17th, 2010

A reminder for Harrision Condit:

Most of you know Harrison Condit who juggles many business balls in the air as well as his interest in the RI Film Collaborative.

One of the organizations Harrison is part of provides medical flights for Patients Without Borders.  If you have any interest or need for this cause please contact him at HSCondit@gmail.com

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LDI CASTING: 

BODY OF EVIDENCE

ABC pilot filming in Rhode Island March 15-31

Although all types of background is still going to be needed – I just wanted to give you a heads up that I may be contacting you about being a body in the morgue.This would require you to look like you are nude. You would NOT BE NUDE but it will look like it. You’ll have on a body thing and you’ll be under a sheet – but I just wanted you to know in case you get contacted.

That’s the latest note so far about this show. I’m sure there’ll be more to come.

NOTE: all correspondence for this tv pilot should be sent to: ldiboe2010@gmail.com

REMINDER: BEECHWOOD THEATRE COMPANY, Newport, RI seeks actors

The Beechwood Theatre Company in Newport RI is seeking talented actors and actresses of all ages for a series of Murder Mystery shows to be hosted in Belcourt Castle. The shows will run Fridays at 7:00pm through April then Thursdays at 7:00pm May through August. Shows will run from 6-8 weeks at a stretch and pay $75 per performance. Prospective cast

members need to be comfortable with both scripted lines and improvisation. Interested parties should send Headshot and resume to:

Casting@astorsbeechwood.com or mail to:

Beechwood Theatre Company

c/o Casting

580 Bellevue Ave

Newport RI 02840

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Student Film “TERRIBLE PATRICK”: 

We are seeking both male and female actors age 18-24 to act in a short film. This film is being produced as a part of the senior experience program and Bishop Hendricken High School.

It will be directed by two seniors from the school working with a local production company. Acting experience is not required but is encouraged. We will be shooting 2-3 nonconsecutive days over 2-3 weeks.

http://providence.craigslist.org/tlg/1645417836.html


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From Kyle King – Another Student Film:

Reply to: gigs-qphyn-1646897181@craigslist.org Film Student shooting a final project on 16mm film and looking to make a unique film with unique charcters.

I am not looking for traditional cast of young college students that Im sure my classmates films will be flooded with.

Instead looking for older actors with unique features characteristics and personality.

I am looking for 2 older men (one day no more than 2 hours)

Also an older woman. ( one day of shooting , no more than 3 hours)

Compensation will be provided.

PLEASE RESPOND TO THE EMAIL ABOVE.

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FROM AHTSPOT.COM:

This year for Ahtspot’s 5th Annual Open Call, we are taking it to a whole new level, 3 Cities!!!  The Ahtspot Open Call will be in Boston at Improv Boston’s Main Stage Theater on April 6th, Tazza Café in Providence, RI on June 21st and in Connecticut (Location TBD) as part of the Film Industry Mixer on August 28th.

So first up on Tuesday, April 6th 2009 at 7:00pm at Improv Boston’s Main Stage Theater (40 Prospect St. in Central Square, Cambridge, MA), Ahtspot.com presents the 5th Annual Ahtspot Open Call!  This event is one of the events leading up to Boston’s 48 Hour Film Project. This is an event for actors, filmmakers and theater professionals like no other.  The Ahtspot Open Call is an open forum audition show where talented actors can audition for the crowd of directors, producers and even other actors.  Each actor gets no more than two minutes on stage, and if they go over their time they are hosed down with silly string to let them know it is time to go.  This popular event has been very well attended in the past.  Check out this video from last year’s event: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9rTZ0x6cAUM

Directors, producers and other theater and film professionals—this is a free event to check out the local New England pool of talent.  From 7 to 9pm you will be able to watch actors audition for the audience, then after the show stick around and approach your favorite talent. Order a drink, relax, take notes and enjoy the show!

This event is run to help promote the 48 Hour Film Project Boston 2010!  This is a contest where filmmakers are challenged to make a complete short film in just 48 hours.  Teams are invited and welcome to the event to cast for their movies, meet other teams, collect additional crew and network with other film and theater professionals.  For more information visit www.48hourfilm.com/boston.

Actors, sign up begins at 6:00pm and there can be a line.  Actors will be taken on a first come, first serve basis.  Ahtspot.com clients will have the ability to pre-register online.  However if anyone is not there when your name is called to go on stage, you will be skipped and added to the end of the line.  Not all performers may get a chance to perform if time runs out.  Remember you have two minutes or less to do your piece.  You can perform anything you want, it is your time to shine!  So get there early or sign up in the members section at www.ahtspot.com.

Ahtspot’s Open Call is an 18+ Event – 21+ to drink. Children under 18 must be with a parent/guardian.

And don’t forget that Providence is June 21st and Connecticut is August 28th.

Hope to see you there

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Benefit Art Auction for Chile

March 17th, 2010

Artforchile

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