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Costuming as Martha Stewart The Domestic Diva
With your hostess Granny Lou
How the idea for this character developed and the amazing inexpensive cost for such. (Resale shops)
I thought it would be funny have me, a male, develope several Martha outfits. Since I do have nice legs, I was able to do Martha in skirts as well as pants. She uses little makeup so that was another plus.
One thing about Martha, they either like her or not - no middle ground.
Ricky Brava speaks with the one and only Stacy Conde!
Listen in to Ricky and Stacy Conde's conversation regarding everything you wanted to know about the Art World and the Art Scene in Miami.
The art world is full of wonders, and for the business people out there it also happens to be a great asset class. Find out more!
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Author, gallery owner, and Miami native, Stacy Conde, grew up in and around Miami’s burgeoning art scene.
Conde’s love of art and design flourished under the tutelage of her mentor, legendary fashion designer, illustrator, and Biba founder Barbara Hulanicki. Over the course of ten years, Ms. Conde worked on a variety of projects with Hulanicki, as well as Island Records founder Chris Blackwell,from costuming, to complete renovations of historic art deco hotelsand nightclubs. The collaboration continues to this day, as Conde serves asHulanicki’s artist representative in the North American market.
Conde has recently returned to Miami after nearly a decade in Chicago. Delighted by the growth and diversity in Miami’s art community, Conde has opened a new gallery in Little Havana, Conde Contemporary. She is again spotlighting contemporary art with a focus on Cuban works. Her inspirational book, The Red Speck, an allegorical journey into the self, is available on Amazon.
THE NDUSTRY SHOW INTRODUCES TWO-TIME Grammy® Award Nominated, Three RIAA Gold Record Award Holder, NAACP Image Award, and National Endowment For the Arts Fellowship Grant Recipient, Author & Speaker, KEVIN TONEY!
A seasoned composer, jazz pianist and recording artist, Kevin Toney started playing the age of 5 in, Detroit, Michigan. His first teacher was his sister Helen. He also plays the cello and alto saxophone. He attended the prestigious Cass Technical High School and Howard University. During his tenure, he became the leader of the The Blackbyrds, the innovative jazz-soul fusion sextet founded by jazz trumpet legend Donald Byrd. Kevin wrote and co- penned many of the band's most memorable music including the hit “Rock Creek Park”, “All I Ask,” and the Grammy®-nominated “Unfinished Business.” After six now-classic `70s Soul albums, the group disbanded and Kevin recorded his first solo LP, Special K in 1982.
Kevin applied his talent to the literary world and wrote “The Virtuous Man: Breaking The Men’s Code,“ which addresses the misconceptions (“Men's Code”) that men have learned from an early age regarding marriage and family, the baggage that men often bring into their marriages and their struggle in letting go of them. Other published books are The Kevin Toney Collection, Volume I and Heart of Gratitude: Piano Solos.
Kevin is a mentor for the "Manformation Project," an LA-based program boys of 10-18 years of age into contact with Godly minded men to cultivate positive growth. Kevin and his wife – renowned costuming designer Phyllis Toney – also started The Toney Family Foundation which focuses on arts and music related philanthropy.
TUNE-IN TO THE LIVE INTERVIEW, SUNDAY@ 7PM EST/4PM PST. LISTEN VIA LAN OR MOBILE AT 718-766-4964 OR ONLINE WWW.WELCOMETOTHENDUSTRY.NET
Tonight your host Bill Bachman takes it from the Paranormal to Pop Culture and the influences of social media on society with Ron 'Crunk Panda' Coleman Jr. and Jen Dent of Vine!
Ron, hailing originally from Nashville TN, Crunk Panda is the furriest of all the social media darlings. Air Force Vet, PEZ Connoisseur, Boston Terrier Aficionado, and all things in between. Loud mouthed, quick wit... and with a heart of gold, Panda has a background in all things wrestling, hip hop, and pop culture as a whole. You can probably run circles around him if you are an encyclopedia of comics knowledge, and if you try to go quote for quote, well..you will probably win. Panda understands more of the who, what, when, where, and why...as opposed to rote memorization of trivia. Panda is most known for his Ghostbusters uniform, followed closely by Hellboy, and, since he already looks the part... Dr. Venture. Always looking to give back to the community, Panda is actively involved with many charitable causes through his costuming in the Kansas City area where he currently resides.
From a young age, Jen Dent was expressive and creative. She has had a camera in her hand for a long time, documenting everything, starting with a Fisher Price camera that recorded 10-minute videos in black and white on cassette tapes when she was 14 years old. She then progressed to documenting her dorm life in college with a bulky VHS recorder. In 2011, she started a YouTube channel, "JentotheDen" which had hundreds of videos and got her noticed by USA Today in 2012. Since the days of dial-up, Jen has been very active on social media where she has shared thousands of photos and videos. When she discovered Vine from a friend, she found it to be the perfect combination of social media and expression. Her vines have been very popular, the most recent being a spontaneous, purposefully uncoordinated dance she did at an outside venue which has gone viral all over the internet.
My guest tonight will be the author and costumer, Heather Hutsell. I met Heather at the In-CON-Ceivable convention a few months back and was instantly attracted to her beauty and wit! I can't wait to bring her to "The Wacky World of Sal Lizard" and introduce her to my friends. It should be a great show and I invite you to join us as I try to flirt with her while we discuss her books, costuming and other persuits.
I'm Sal Lizard. I am an actor, an author, a media personality, a comedian, and a professional Santa. I have traveled over a good portion of the planet, and have had a myriad of interesting jobs. I consider myself a Renaissance man -- a philosopher and a fool, a poet and a pirate, a scholar and a scoundrel, a life-long adventurer and a lover of women and animals.
Join me weekly. as I introduce some of the wacky and interesting people that I've met on the Inernet, on film sets. at horror conventions or through chance meetings in my day-to-day activities.
Note: The Wacky World of Sal Lizard is a weekly unscripted, unrehearsed, and uncensored entertainment show presented through the BlogTalkRadio network. Due to language used and content of an adult nature,it is not generally appropriate for all audiences. Callers are recorded and the recordings are available in the show archives. Callers may receive cash and merchandise prizes for their participation in the show or its contests.
In this episode, Emi features an interview with THREE-time Emmy-nominee, Jeremiah Baumbach! They discuss his latest project, the unique, visceral "Reel of Horror" film project! During the interview, Emi and Jeremiah discuss the Horror film genre, the details of the project, as well as all the talented artists working with him on it!
The Reel of Horror is unique in that it’s meant to be a very social experience where audiences can feel free to engage with one another throughout the film. People love to get scared and laugh at other people's fear. The Reel of Horror lets you do both. Since the inception, Baumbach and his crew have worked with a number of local haunted houses in central Florida to produce a film that features a cast of over 60 scare-actors including: clowns, vampires, zombies, ghosts, witches, and freaks. Additional production value comes in elaborate sets, created for these seasonal haunts, which include: an Egyptian tomb, slaughterhouse, saloon, and morgue. A lot of work goes into producing each vignette. Each scene involves costuming, makeup and prosthetics, choreographed camera moves, and post-production special effects.
For more info, be sure to visit: http://www.thereelofhorror.com
Join Natalie Redding and Kimberly McAlindin for Namaste Farms Blogtalk and a visit with one Sara McGrath, also known as Lushmommy.
Sara has been crafting since an early age and has been selling to stores since high school. She graduated with a fashion degree and was hired by Bloomingdales straight out of college. Besides having a fashion major and minor in Costuming, Sara worked for CBS costume Dept, was an assistant to the creative director for Lucky Magazine. She continued working, making jewelry as a sideline, and had her wares featured on the cover and inside Lucky Magazine.
Sara has had her health issues and some career sidewinding troubles BUT, she continues to find new ways of making money and turning her ingenuity into cash. Listen to Sara McGrath tonight on Namaste Farms Blogtalk... giveaway in chat... live, love, learn and be inspired while listening to our podcast!
THE MARK challenges the ever increasing violation of a person's privacy and individual space. Weare talking about sexual harassment at the popular conventions around the world and its effect on those who venture out to display their wardobe and costuming talents.
When asked to take a photograph with a buom or scantily clad costumer, as percieved by the photoghrapher asking, violations of a person's civil and sexual rights are somtimes executed. Some people believe tat gettng close to a costumer, by invitation, also mean that they are allowed to pose with this person in any maner they want, many times wih physical contact.
Our panel of callers and professionals will argue the right of anyone who fits that description. Is it ok to touch a person without their expressed permission and if so, how far can they go? Are persons not familair with the cosplay world, find a hotel or convention area full of sex appeal inviing and ripe for ilegal behavior? What exactly constittes illegal behavior during aspace of posing, body painted, g-stringed indiviuals? We'll disect the do's and don'ts of CosPlay photography and crowd control duing the world's stage of sci-fi an fantasy characters.
Call in at 914-338-0314 and submit you opnion and experiences. We'd love to hear from you..
Join THE MARK as the speak with 3 of DRAGON CON's brightest leaders; Co-Chair RACHEL REEVES, Senior Director of Programming REGINA KIRBY, Director of Concourse Music, CLYDE GILBERT. Art Show Director JOHN PARISE, Parade Director JAN PRICE and DC Office guru TONY GOWELL.
Dragon Con is a multigenre convention which takes place annually in Atlanta, Georgia. The convention draws attendance of 57,000, features hundreds of guests and encompasses several hotels in downtown Atlanta.
Dragon Con comprises approximately 3500 hours of panels, seminars, demonstrations, and workshops, with over 30 specialized programming tracks that include writing, alternate history, art, anime, gaming, Science Fiction and Fantasy Literature, comic books, costuming, space, science, online media, independent film, podcasting, Asian cinema and culture, robotics, filk, scientific skepticism, Star Trek, Star Wars, Stargate, X-Files, Joss Whedon creations, apocalyptic themes, Anne McCaffrey's Pern, Robert Jordan's Wheel of Time, J.R.R. Tolkien's The Lord of the Rings, British and American SF television, dark fantasy, the Dragon Con Independent Short Film Festival, and general programming.
From its origin, music has also been a significant feature of Dragon Con, with performances by groups and artists such as Blue Öyster Cult, The Crüxshadows, Celldweller, Ego Likeness, Black Tape for a Blue Girl, Bella Morte, Chick Corea, Edgar Winter, Emerald Rose, Ghost of the Robot, Godhead, Iced Earth, Voltaire, Jefferson Starship, The Misfits, GWAR, The Bloodhound Gang, Spock's Beard, and Mindless Self Indulgence.
In 2002, Dragon*Con began hosting a parade through downtown Atlanta and featured thousands of costumed participants.
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Nicholas Snow welcomes Top Rock cast members Brandon Alameda, Dani Armstrong and Victor Turpin, now in residence at the Hard Rock Hotel Palm Springs. From LIve It Up Productions, Top Rock features "edgy, elaborate costuming, spectacular light design, 'in your face' choreography, unforgettable arrangements and an ensemble of hard-core, exceptionally talented performers, embodying the true spirit of Rock ‘n’ Roll with hard-hitting highlights from both current and classic rock hits." Get your tickets here!
In each episode of Nicholas Snow Live, Producer/Host Nicholas Snow focuses on "Connecting the Circuitry of Humanity." The presenting sponsor for this episode is Intervention 911, part of Ken Seeley Communities (Nicholas Snow Productions LLC is honored to also produce the podcast, Intervention 911 with Ken Seeley, available at this link.
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Renting the perfect Wedding dress: How to Choose and where to find it in Vegas. Parallel between Dance Costuming & Wedding Gowns. Everything you need to know about dressing up yourself & Renting a Dress. How dance experience and understanding of movement helps dress a bride. Dianne Schiller, former dancer, dance instructor and owner of Renta-Dress & Tux Shop.
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