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by Kathi Nolls
Friday, Jan. 17, 2003 at 5:09 PM
I would like to invite you and/or the artists you work with to join us for the 2003 CALL TO ARTS! Music and Arts Expo. Get all the info at the expo website.
Since being announced at the first of this year, the 2003 Call to Arts! expo has been gaining a great deal of momentum and cooperation with a wide range of artists and organizations. The expo will be a large and unique gathering of artists and arts leaders working at grassroots, community and industry levels and across various artistic disciplines, but sharing a common purpose in arts and music. It is a place where musicians, fine artists, songwriters, designers, singers, managers, visionaries, publishers, poets, promoters, authors and those who administer arts organizations, businesses or non profits are coming together to MAKE CONNECTIONS...
and MAKE A DIFFERENCE!
The Call to Arts! expo is brought to you by
Artists Helping Artists (AHA!) www.ArtistsHelpingArtists.org
& The Creative Line Magazine www.TheCreativeLine.us
ARTS AND MUSIC PANELS
AT THE EXPO
In addition to the arts and music exhibits and booths at the expo, our juried art exhibit, song and poetry contest, and performance stages, the following panels are also available to all attendees:
Arts in the Community: Making a Difference
Inside the Music Industry
Does Theatre Really Exist in Los Angeles?
Marketing Fine Art
Music in Film and TV
Educating Children in the Arts
Success in Visual Arts
Indie Music Promotion
Writing Great Songs
Poetry and Civilization
Success as a Vocalist
Song Communities: The Importance of Connecting Up
KCSN RADIO AND REALLY SPONTANEOUS
THEATRE COMPANY BECOME PARTNERS!
The 2003 CALL TO ARTS! expo would like to welcome and acknowledge the following as PARTNERS of the April 19 expo in LA.
Southern California Artists Net
Really Spontaneous Theatre Company
TOP ARTS LEADERS & GROUPS
COMING TOGETHER AT EXPO
Here are some of the individuals and organizations that will be found at the expo include: Greg McCombs, Program Director of California Poets in the Schools http://www.cpits.org/; Dr. Earl Sherburn, Commissioner, Glendale Arts and Culture Commission; Bobby Borg, Author of The Musicians Handbook: A Practical Guide to Understanding the Music Business http://www.bobbyborg.com; Justin Yoffee, Supervisor for the Santa Monica Arts and Culture Department; Craig Lackey, LA Coordinator of Nashville Songwriters Association International nashvillesongwriters.com; Dover Abrams, Fine Artist and Curator of Lankershim Art Gallery www.doversart.com; Brett Perkins, Founder of Listening Room Concert Series www.brettperkinspresents.com; Constance Smith, Founder of ArtNetwork http://www.artmarketing.com/; Lis Lewis, Founder of The Singer's Workshop www.TheSingersWorkshop.com; Steve Beck, Founder of OnlineRock, http://www.onlinerock.com; Aaron Meza, Regional Director of Songwriters Guild of America, http://www.songwriters.org/losangeles2.htm; Mark Northam, Founder of Film Music Network, http://www.filmmusic.net/; John Sparks, Founder of The Academy for New Musical Theatre http://www.lemtw.org/; Harriet Schock, Founder of Harriet Schock School of Songwriting, http://www.harrietschock.com/; Tess Taylor, Founder of Los Angeles Music Network (LAMN), http://www.lamn.com/; Larry Jaffee, Founder of Poets for Peace, http://www.poets4peace.com/; Darlene Koldenkoven, Founder of Key Note Productions http://members.aol.com/Timeart1/; Elizabeth Axford, Founder of Piano Press, http://www.pianopress.com/; Bob Stane, Owner of Coffee Gallery Backstage, http://www.coffeegallery.com/home.html; Gilli Moon, Founder of Songsalive!, http://www.songsalive.org/; Tom Leu, Founder of Musician's Corner, http://www.tomleu.com/; Abrahan Tetanbaum, Director of Enrichment Works, http://enrichmentworks.org/; Jimi Yamagishi, Director of LA SongNet, http://songnet.org/; Ian Crombie, Executive Director of Northern California Songwriters Association, http://www.ncsasong.org/.
In addition to the above we would like to thank these groups who have just been added to the list of those participating in the expo: Arts in Education Aid Council http://www.aieac.org/, Postcardmania www.postcardmania.com, Valley Artists Guild and Galaris Music Directory http://www.galaris.com/GMD.html.
HOW TO BE PART OF
THE CALL TO ARTS!
1) REGISTER before Feb 15, 2003 for only $35 (Price goes up to $55 on Feb 15th). Make check payable to Artists Helping Artists and send to Artists Helping Artists, PO Box 8323, La Crescenta, CA 91224.
2) EXHIBIT your art work or your business or non profit organization. Go to http://www.calltoarts.artistshelpingartists.org/Booth_Registration.htm
3) To ENROLL IN JURIED ART EXHIBITION go to http://www.calltoarts.artistshelpingartists.org/juried_art_expo.htm
4) To enroll in SONG, POETRY OR STORYTELLING CONTEST go to http://www.calltoarts.artistshelpingartists.org/Contest_for_Performers.htm
5) To become a PARTNER or SPONSOR or to be DONATE PRIZES for song contest or juried art exhibition please send email to Partnership Affairs Manager at email@example.com
6) To SPEAKon one of our expo PANELS send request and bio to Public Affairs Manager at firstname.lastname@example.org
7) To enroll in PERFORM at the expo go to: http://www.calltoarts.artistshelpingartists.org/performers.htm
MAKE CONNECTIONS... MAKE A DIFFERENCE!!!
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