All posts tagged: MidWeek Updates

MidWeek Update: Photography Workshops…

11.13.19 Hello again…another midweek update to share with you courtesy of Atlanta School of Photography. Credit source: Atlanta School of Photography Business of Photography EXPRESS 175.00   Sunday, Dec 15th, 10 AM – 3 PM with Sara Keith Ready to take the next step in your photography career? Learn from the experiences of professional photographers from all different types of industries. We’ll cover not only how to start a business, but personal experiences from each instructor on the things they think you should know and how they run their business. This workshop also includes the widely utilized textbook, An Essential Guide to the Business of Photography by acclaimed photography professor, Judith Pishnery. What we’ll cover… How to price your work Researching other photographers in your area Finding your audience Estimating your cost of doing business Forming a DBA/LLC Answering questions from last week Social media exposure Proposals and invoicing, estimating cost of doing business Licensing, Insurance, Contracts Websites and SEO Finding your niche Budgeting for new equipment What’s required for the job     Photo 1 EXPRESS …

MidWeek Update: Artfestival.com Upcoming Art Shows

10.2.19 Just one more thing…a few upcoming art shows are around the corner, courtesy of artfestival.com. Take a look at these posters or flyers… Credit source: artfestival.com               If you live around these areas, then you need to check them out. All the information is located in each flyer or you can visit artfestival.com for more. Enjoy your Wednesday, be blessed.   Featured and other images: Artfestival.com & unknown

MidWeek Updates: New York Fashion Week 2019

9.12.19 One more for the day…Courtesy of New York Fashion Week 2019, which started around last week and will end at the end of this week. Just catching up on fashions…Enjoy!                                   I want to hear the music that was played at the show…😡       This is classy! I love it! 😍💕   There is more. Go to Fashion Feed or the Fashion Channel on YouTube to see more of NYFW 2019! Enjoy your Thursday, be blessed! 😘 Image source: Fashionista

MidWeek Updates: Photography Contests…

9.12.19 Well hello! I meant to get this posted yesterday but suffered a power outage. I’m back with some photography online contests. Three to be exact. From October to December. This is for amateurs, professionals…all photographers. Courtesy of Artshow. Credit source: Artshow.com RAW 2020 – 6th Annual Juried Photography Exhibition The Noyes Museum of Art seeks entries for a juried photography exhibition, January 10 – March 29, 2020, at The Noyes Arts Garage in Atlantic City, NJ. Juror’s Choice: $600, Second Place: $350, Third Place: $200, (2) Honorable Mentions: $100. Juror: Lori Waselchuk. Photographers over the age of 18 may apply. Images in any photographic process (analog, digital, mixed media). Images submitted must have been taken within the last 3 years. $30 entry fee. Deadline: October 1, 2019. More info (PDF). Contact: email or call 609-626-3420.     Art Call to Artists and Photographers – 2019 Art-Competition.net announces a call to artists for an online art exhibition. Grant Opportunity: Recipient of the “Christopher E. Burke Fine Art Grant” will receive $300.00. This artist’s creation will become the image of …

MidWeek Update: Comic-Con 2019 Wrap Up

7.24.19 Hello people! How was your weekend? Well, mine was pretty cool. Comic-Con 2019 has come and gone. If you weren’t able to attend this year’s event, there is always next year, but here are some highlights from the event…             Want to see more, go to Films That Rock on YouTube. Get prepared for Comic-Con 2020!   Featured image: E! News

MidWeek Updates: NW Summer Writers’ Conference & Digital Book World 2019

7.17.19 Hello! Just have two things to share with you. Northwestern School Professional Studies Summer Writers’ Conference and Digital Book World 2019. Credit source: northwestern school professional studies & digital book world   Summer Writers’ Conference August 15–17, 2019 • Chicago Join a community of writers at Northwestern University for a three-day institute on writing fiction, nonfiction, and poetry. The program, which is now in its 15th year, includes a diverse array of workshops, panels, keynote speakers, networking events, and literary readings. Learn how to escalate your plot, write a gut-wrenching story, motivate your characters, and turn your nonfiction into a narrative. Hear keynote presentations from award-winning authors, including Rebecca Makkai (The Great Believers). Get advice from publishers, agents, literary editors, critics, and published authors in all genres. You can also schedule an individual manuscript consultation with conference faculty. Writers at all levels of experience are welcome, as are writers of all genres and backgrounds. Come seek a fuller understanding of the craft—and business—of writing. The conference is hosted by the Northwestern University School of Professional …

MidWeek Updates…Governors Island 2019

7.10.19 Hey! Been back at work getting new blog posts ready for the week and the weeks ahead. As promised, I’m keeping an eye on Portal: Governors Island art fair this year, which will take place during the weekends of September. I can’t recall if I posted this part, but I will post it again as a reminder for those attending the fair. Credit source: portal: governors island Hours & Admission August 31 – September 29, 2019Saturdays and Sundays only, 11am – 6pm Admission is Free8-minute ferry ride to Governors Island:•  Adult – $3 (free before 11:30 AM)•  Seniors – $1 (free before 11:30 AM)•  Children under 13 – Free•  IDNYC Holders – Free•  Military Personnel – Free Catalogues:  $20   Location & Transportation Governors Island, Colonels RowBldg. 405, 406, 407 and 408Just follow the signs marked Colonels Row to the buildings with the yellow and orange banners. From Manhattan:The Governors Island Ferry departs from the Battery Maritime Building located at 10 South Street, adjacent to the Staten Island Ferry in Lower Manhattan. The ferry terminal is accessible as follows: By …

MidWeek Updates: TV Land News…

6.26.19 Hello…now time to see what’s going on in TV land. Credit source: The Hollywood Reporter (THR) Happy, happy news…Mary J. Blige signs first-look TV deal with Lionsgate. According to the Hollywood Reporter by Rick Porter… Grammy winner and Oscar nominee Mary J. Blige is moving into TV production. The singer/songwriter/actress has signed a first-look TV deal with Lionsgate to develop and produce series via her newly launched Blue Butterfly Productions. The deal also includes a component by which Blige can create content for the studio’s array of platforms. “I couldn’t be more excited to be working with Lionsgate,” said Blige. “They are incredible collaborators and have been natural partners from when we first started talking. I can’t wait to bring all of our projects to life.” Added Lionsgate Television Group chairman Kevin Beggs, “Mary is a very talented artist, fearless visionary and an incredible human being. We’re delighted to be working with someone with such a powerful and impactful creative voice. Every art she touches blossoms, and we’re humbled she’s chosen us as her home. We …