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Janesville project — short and sweet

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Short and Sweet -- Janesville in one page

Here it is -- the short and sweet summary of our Janesville film and community engagement project


NYC, San Diego, Raleigh-Durham, Delray, Florida — The Internet for Artists Tour Rolls On!

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A crowd at the Theater Communications Group conference talking with Steve Lambert

Internet for Artists leader Steve Lambert talks to theater people at the TCG conference

I’m guessing about 300 artists have attended our Creative Capital-sponsored Internet for Artists workshops.  I’m working to integrate our curriculum into the marketing and goal setting workshop that Creative Capital also sponsors for artists.  It’s all part of the Professional Development Program.

We created a wiki that I hope you find to be a useful resource.  Feel free to edit or ask questions.

And have a look at what my colleagues are up to.  (Yep, I ended a sentence with a preposition….and it felt good!)

Matthew Deleget

Steve Lambert

Eve Mosher

Blithe Riley

Sue Schaffner

Written by Brad Lichtenstein

January 18, 2010 at 8:11 am

Multi-platform Storytelling

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Ingrid Kopp of Shooting People interviewed a number of indies doing transmedia in different contexts.  (She quoted me on page 2…)

Click the link below and check out her article appearing in MovieScope Magazine. I would love to know what you think about all this participatory media stuff.  Do you remix media?

Indie Filmmaking

Post a comment, please.  Share your thoughts and/or experience with remix culture.

Ingrid Kopp of Shooting People, author of the blog From The Hip

Ingrid Kopp of Shooting People, author of the blog From The Hip