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In the beginning art fairs were created and artists and art buyers flocked to attend. You were one of them. Your mother and your friends thought your work was wonderful and maybe they were right, so off you went to the marketplace. How did it go? Was it a triumph or a humbling experience?
A panel of beginner and experienced artists from various media discuss their "first time." What you will learn:
how they prepared
where they were, big or small fairs
how it impacted their lives
their biggest disappointments and their biggest surprises
learning from their own mistakes vs learning from other's mistakes
what they wish they had known then and how they used that information
the good, the bad and the really ugly
how to do three shows in three days and other extreme adventures
their #1 tip for a first time show
Art 4 All People has a conversation with with Edie Hartshorne, a pioneer in the arts and healing field. Edie is one the featured artists in Art 4 All People's latest group exhibtion MUSE: The Art of Transformation and Healing. Which is three month exhibtion at Commonweal in Bolinas. MUSE is an enchanting offering of the art of healing, that inspires all to dance in the realms of art as form of empowerment and knowing. The intention for this Arts and Healing Exhibition is to harness the power of art, to create a deeper engagement and to shift the world’s attention towards empowerment, transformation and healing through Arts. The ultimate goal of the MUSE exhibit is to inspire, activate, educate and integrate Arts and Healing into our daily lives and systems. We inspire you to become an active participant and to ignite your genius in the art of life
In this radio show we will explore the power of art and healing through the MUSE and all its layers.
Join host Ashley Davene with a special Birthday episode of Art of Love Radio. Ashley will be sharing a few passages from the book, and sharing her story to becoming an Author.
Drop into a conversation of the heArt Xo
Douglas Dietrich is the son of a retired U.S. Navy Sailor. Douglas worked for ten years as a Department of Defense Research Librarian at the Presidio Military Base of San Francisco, where one of his major duties was document destruction. He then experienced the 1991 Kuwaiti campaign, serving in Desert Storm as a United Sates Marine.
Paul Walkers last movie, released after his death ...
tomato buble has an interesting take on wwii and the falicy of it .. with fdr the gold confiscator is it any wonder ?
beware the 'military industrial complex'
Corporations may not be people, but it is only wise for them to be good neighbors. Host Bart Jackson invites nationally noted sales consultant Marc Willson on as featured guest to discuss the steps and benefits of being a good company neighbor within your community. Reaching out and making your firm and its services known profits quite literally not only the retail store, but the small and large B2B enterprises. Your community offers the ultimate networking opportunity and holds up your company name in the best possible light. Want to get government off your back and on your side? Tune in and learn how to be a good neighbor.
in Self Help
Today I have a special guest on my show. I would like to welcome Lian Gouw who is the Founder and Owner of Dalang Publishing. This is the company that has reproduced and translated into English the fascinating book "Potions and Paper Cranes".
This is a book a story set in Surabaya, East Java, during WWII and the boiling point of the Indonesian Revolution. The reader is given an inside look at the turmoil that plagued every-day life in Indonesia.
I am looking forward to sharing this show with my listeners. I believe you will be moved, touched and be lead to feel Gratitude for the life and freedom that you now enjoy. For more information please visit www.dalangpublisher.com
Todd Kessler, Season 3 "The Voice" contestant joins Mary E.. Kessler is the front man for The New Folk, a band out of Chicago. They are getting ready to appear on the Bud Light stage at the annual "The Taste of Chicago" July 13th.
The New Folk celebrated the release of their debut album, Sea Fever, with an August 2012 “Practice Space Presents” residency at Schuba's Tavern, but the story behind The New Folk began in 2005 as singer/songwriter Todd Kessler went in to the studio to record his debut album. That album, entitled We Are The MusicMakers, was released in 2006 and with the backing of his original band helped Kessler to make his name in the local Chicago music scene. In 2007 and 2008, in the midst of touring the Midwest, Kessler teamed up with Producer Greg Magers to record his next two albums, the Veronika EP and Boomerang, only garnering him more praise and recognition on the road and at home. It was while recording Veronika that The New Folk began to take root with the addition of Bob Parlier on drums, Sam Smiley on guitar and Graham Burris on bass. The quartet began playing out in 2008 in support of Boomerang, still under the name of Todd Kessler, but it was during the next two years and the addition of a string section (Elana Hiller and Chris Bauler), a horn section (David Ben-Porat and Ben Bell Bern) and a second vocalist (Molly Parlier) that the band began to make waves with their signature alternative folk/pop sound. 2009’s double-single release “Golden Bird,” along with headlining shows at Schuba's, Lincoln Hall, Double Door and Millennium Park, solidified the band’s place as a respected group in Chicago, and in 2010, the band began playing shows under the name Todd Kessler and the New Folk.
in Indie Music
Pop Artist Jamie Roxx Interviews Soul & Folk Singer Jen Miller.
Jen will be discussing her successful Kickstarter campaign and her new album Overgrown, which drops July 14
"Hello there! I'm Jen Miller...I'm a youtube musician and in real life. I like to make instruments talk and write about boys who I broke." ~Jen Miller
In this segment of the D-spot meet artists who have used their dreams in their chosen work. Meet painters, poets and musicians who have received images, words and musical scores in dreams and who have practiced the 'art of recollection' to turn their dreams into reality. Hosted by Poet and Writer Joan Gelfand, this show will include a call-in period for questions and answers.
Join host Tanya M. Dixon for another exciting edition of ART Imitates LIFE Radio Show as she takes time to do a special edition of “The Living Room” highlighting the topic, “What Is Your Idea of the American Dream: Are You Living Your Dream & Should You Have A Plan B?” Special guests and the AIL Team will weigh in on the topic on a very special live call-in show.
Tanya Dixon along with Chris Dickerson will bring us “Hot Off the Press” and Fitness Mike Porter will do the “Healthy Lifestyles” segment as well.
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