How long have you been involved with B-Side?
Since 2007, but we officially started in '08.
How long have you exhibited work at CityArts?
How do you prepare for a show each year?
That's another interview! Short version- you just make it happen. A slur of caffeine, watching documentaries, collaborating with people to get work done, and sharpening up on your skills. There's a number of things. This particular show coming up, the…
Added by Slice Administrator on June 17, 2013 at 1:25pm — No Comments
Saturday June 15th at The Gallery at Avalon Island three of the Imprint artists will be talking about their art. Rachel Simmons at noon, Vanessa Diaz at 1230 and Dina Mack at 1PM. Dina Mack will also be taking those who want to participate on a walk followed by Destination…Continue
I find that common sense is not something inherited by everyone. So…here are 5 common sense steps to make your chances of getting re-hired better!
1) Show up on time! Do you remember that saying, “Early is on-time, on-time is late?” Do your due diligence and at least be sitting in a chair in the break room at call time. Don’t be in the parking lot!
2) Know who is around you! Be careful what you say, you never know who is listening!…Continue
Added by Zachary Miller on June 10, 2013 at 10:50pm — No Comments
B-Side Artist, German, tells us why it's important to support future art exhibits.
"By giving, it brings awareness to the culture of the City. Art makes a city come alive"
Help us grow our up-and-coming artists by providing a home to exhibit and curate new and exciting works of art. Share your love of art today!
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The event posting "Old School to New School Cover Band", dared me to take a closer look. The video enticed me further...
The talent and entertainment options available locally are endless, you can always count on Downtown Orlando venues to deliver a great entertainment value for your time and money. This most unique cover band…Continue
Added by David Wheeler on May 26, 2013 at 4:30pm — No Comments
As part of promoting AuditionInside.com, I post auditions for new employers coming on board our website. One day I posted for a company with the word “theater” in their name. Without thinking twice, I changed “theater” to “theatre.” No big deal, right? Well…I didn’t think so until I received an email from the employer asking me to change “theatre” back to “theater.”
At this point I felt terrible. I just assumed that…Continue
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We all know those people that won’t…hold on, let’s be honest here, CAN’T take a note. It might be humanly impossible for them to take a note. No matter how outrageous or wrong their mistake or misnomer is, it is never their fault. It is as if they are completely incapable of doing anything wrong. Normal excuses amount to, “It wasn’t me, it was him” or “you saw it wrong.”
You do yourself no favors when you refuse to take notes from your direct lead or supervisor. Especially…Continue
Added by Zachary Miller on May 22, 2013 at 8:00am — No Comments
...from the root to the fruit ...blues/funk meets hip hop!
Blues Again! - French Blues Magazine cd review:
Chicago Examiner cd review :…
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Art Contest for Publication in the book:
Extraordinary Woman Next Door
Chris Coad Taylor, owner of Johazel Publishing is seeking entries for an art contest where the winner’s original artwork (by use of jpegs) will in go into a book. The art must be of flowers.
The book called, The Extraordinary Women Next Door is a book of stories about ordinary women who have lived…Continue
Added by Chris Coad Taylor on May 14, 2013 at 11:43am — No Comments
One thing to consider once you get your first job in the arts: Do you need an emergency fund?
Starting an emergency fund is a tip that you will find in any financial planner’s playbook. The minute an artist finds a full-time or consistent job, he or she should think about this:
One down side of the entertainment & arts industry continues to be that workers’ compensation benefits are…Continue
Added by Zachary Miller on May 11, 2013 at 9:04am — No Comments
Every person has something that p***** them off. There’s always that one little thing that someone else does that throws you, wait…hurls you…off the edge! Lucky for you, we have interviewed some stage managers and grilled them about what really ticks them off! Lucky for me…I am not the one getting hired!
In this article, I will look at 5 ways to send your next potential stage manager over the edge at the audition. Don’t want to get the part? Then do these 5 things and you surely will…Continue
Added by Zachary Miller on April 27, 2013 at 8:32am — No Comments
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We’re so excited about how well the Downtown Orlando Arts District did at the Golden Brick Awards this year. The district received three awards:
Dia de los Muertos, Monster Factory:
David Wheeler & Leena Buchy
In the Artist’s Studio with…Continue
Added by Teri Smith Boardman on April 10, 2013 at 11:26am — No Comments
On behalf of the Downtown Arts District and CityArts Factory, we’d like to thank you for your ongoing support of arts and culture in Orlando.
We are currently raising funds through the United Arts 2013 Collaborative Campaign. Donating to the Downtown Arts District/CityArts Factory will help…Continue
Added by David Wheeler on March 27, 2013 at 10:30pm — No Comments
Today we are at a crossroads, a place where we must decide if we are going to be a global society based on sharing, or if we will continue to pursue our own game, regardless of how it affects one another. No longer must we participate in the corrupt banking industry, or be ruled by the avarice of financiers. We must take control back from the %1 who exploits the %99. In this way as one human family we shall break the artificial constructs: corporations, the governments that serve…Continue
Added by Sandra Monday on March 26, 2013 at 2:23pm — No Comments
By, Sandra Monday
Your shoulders are striking;
Pastel slender ensconced in deep red velvet.…Continue
Added by Sandra Monday on March 1, 2013 at 9:52am — No Comments
I'm a jewelry desinger and I would love to find a fashion photographer that needs new subjects along with a fshion designer that needs to add acessories to their line and have us all do a shoot that would benefit us all. Then perhaps we could have a trunk show, selling the pics, clothing and jewelry together at an place that we all felt would compliment our work. Please review my page to see if you're interested. I'd like to…Continue
Added by G. Andrea Cousar on February 11, 2013 at 10:56am — No Comments