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Tonight Pop Art Painter Jamie Roxx (www.JamieRoxx.us) welcomes Rocker Keli Raven (Rock, Power Pop, Pop) back to the show.
Rocker Keli Raven celebrating his 25th anniversary 1990 - 2015.
He certainly has lots of new things to discuss and update us on... Finally he might be getting justice with 2013 assault case, a New band member & Fall dates after a long awaited Hiatus from national touring.
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Salute To Boston’s Diverse Leadership: Portraits Of Purpose
With Co-Authors Don West and Kenneth J. Cooper
Now that Boston has officially become a “Majority-Minority” city, with 53% of its residence non-white, it’s time to showcase the many contributions of its diverse citizens. That’s now been done in a graphically rich new “coffee table” book: Portraits of Purpose: A Tribute To Leadership.
Portraits of Purpose is a visual chronicle of 127 Boston-based African American leaders and their allies who have continued the pursuit of freedom and justice in a post-civil rights era. Renowned Boston photographer Don West and Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Kenneth J. Cooper teamed up to capture the images and shared the stories of these significant individuals of conscience. From Charles Ogletree, Jr. and Cheng Imm Tan to Elma Lewis and the up and coming Tulaine Montgomery, these leaders of action are portrayed for the significant contributions they have made to the region…and the country.
For More Information Visit www.portraitsofpurpose.us
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Tonight Pop Art Painter Jamie Roxx (www.JamieRoxx.us) welcomes Indie, Alternative, Acoustic, Rock, Blues Singer/Songwriter Bondurant to the Show!
Bondurant spent his youth and early adulthood practicing, writing and soon gracing many stages in his hometown of San Diego. He quickly became a major player in the local music scene, as well as one of the most sought after performers in the area, landing gigs at venues such as The House of Blues, The Hard Rock Hotel and The Belly Up Tavern. Feeling a need to branch out, Bondurant moved to Nashville where he has worked relentlessly and became artistically inspired by the music city. Raw, original, and narrative in nature, Bondurant’s music sheds light on the angst, confusion, and elation that comes with the universal experiences that makes up the human condition.
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Tonight Pop Art Painter Jamie Roxx (www.JamieRoxx.us) welcomes Soul & Pop Singer/Songwriter Loren Smith to the Show!
After years of singing for film and television, background singing for numerous artists, performing at Disneyland, Universal Studios Hollywood and the Special Olympic Opening Ceremonies, Singer and Composer Loren Smith is stepping out on his own.
Backed by the producing team of Josh Stevens of LMFAO fame and K-Kov from Israel’s “The Voice” comes “Break Free”, an uptempo feel good track combining soul and pop music. Written by Smith, “Break Free” has been featured on NBC’s “The Today Show”, is currently available for digital download on ITunes and boasts a Vevo music video with over 20,000 views in two months.
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The interested parties have come to your party: that Art Festival you have been planning and marketing for 364 days. How do you make sure they love the show, bring their friends, buy art, spread the word about what they found there and can't wait for next year?
Sharon McAllister, Executive Director of ArtFest Fort Myers (FL) and Jenny Wright, Festival Director of The Woodlands Waterway Arts Festival (TX) join the conversation and share their best tips for building a memorable experience for their patrons.
We'll learn about their decisions on:
plus what works and even more interestingly what they've done that doesn't work!
Connie Mettler presents results from her 2014 Best Art Fair Survey of art fair buyers where she gathered data about what makes them come to a festival and why ... plus ... why there are formerly favorite shows that they no longer attend.
Both of these events were chosen as Top 50 Events in the survey.
Learn more about ArtFest Fort Myers. Learn more about The Woodlands Waterway Arts Festival.
Large, corporate, and public vs. mid-market, private, and closely-held. The business languages are different, the biases immense, and the cultures – like Mercury and Saturn. So can they deal together? Host Bart Jackson’s guest this week, mid-market M&A guru Chris Blees says an emphatic YES. Together Chris and Bart describe the differing cultures, people, expectations, and modes of operation, and they outline the attitude adjustments required for both to play profitably in each other’s yard. Tune in for some fascinating deal-making stories, and a new perspective on our diverse business community.
Season 3 of the Movie Geeks United Art of Cinematography series kicks off with Laela Kilbourn, an artist who has achieved acclaim for her contributions to a series of beloved documentaries, including American Teen, Word Wars and the upcoming How to Dance in Ohio, which premieres on HBO on October 26.
For more information on the Art of Cinematography series, visit http://www.moviegeeksunited.net.
On today’s show we will discuss how to you can use all of the new video apps to build your customer list and sell more of your art. Join Leslie Saeta and September co-host Kelley Sanford as they discuss how to use video and your social media to grow your art business.
Art In Odd Places started as a grass roots happening and has transformed into an annual landmark art festival thanks to its many artists and supporters. This year's "odd" 11th anniversary: AIOP 2015: RECALL will again transform NYC's 14th Street into a civic space where social interaction and creative expression captivate imaginations and deeply connect people to themselves and the world.
Talkupy welcomes Ed Woodham, Founder & Director of AIOP, to the show on Thursday, Oct. 1 at 11 am ET. In addition to hearing about what to expect at this year's event, Woodham will discuss the importance of presenting visual and performance art in public spaces across the U.S.
For more info on "Public Art as Social Engagement" watch Ed's TEDxIndianapolis To donate to the project, please click here. Please follow @Talkupy_Radio on Twitter and visit Talkupy.net
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