Day: October 3, 2018

Favorite Scary Film: John Carpenter’s The Fog

10.3.18 Hello…I’m doing something different this month of October. As you know this is the month of costumes, candy, and all things Halloween. I don’t celebrate Halloween at all, but I still like candy, mainly chocolate, but I do love a scary movie. So all this month, every Wednesday, I will pick my favorite scary films.   Today I have John Carpenter’s The Fog. This film premiered February 1, 1980, although I discovered this film about several years ago. I probably don’t remember it much growing up. Directed by John Carpenter, the film stars Jamie Lee Curtis, her mother Janet Leigh, Hal Holbrook, Adrienne Barbeau, and Tom Atkins. Set in a coastal town of Antonio Bay, California, the town is celebrating its 100th anniversary. While the residents are planning to celebrate, a sinister, glowing fog approaches the town, along with a vengeful ghost of mariners, who were killed in a shipwreck along the coast near the town…a hundred years ago. I can’t really explain why I like the film, I just do. You have a …

MidWeek Update: National Artists Marketing Project Conference

10.3.18 Hey there found something of interests. The National Arts Marketing Project Conference is being held in Seattle next month, November 9-12, 2018. For those interested here is the information below. Credit source: NAMP   Register     |     Schedule     |     Housing and Travel     |     NAMPC Home NAMPC is all about coming together: 650+ arts marketers who share your challenges, fight the same fights and know the hard work it takes for arts marketing to succeed. A community of social media experts, communication gurus, and designers who bring more art to more people. This November 9-12, you owe it to yourself and your organization to connect, get inspired, and explore the latest in digital marketing, storytelling, equity and more with arts marketers just like you. Register by October 26 for the 2018 NAMP Conference to save money on 4 days of keynotes, sessions, preconferences, and events across Seattle. NAMPC Breaks Out of the Hotel! The most popular offering from NAMPC 2017 is making a comeback! At this year’s National Arts Marketing Project Conference, we …