Only a few more days to register for the MTA Theatre Workshop in Columbus!
Does your theatre use music in your productions? Is music used during intermission? Have you ever used music to underscore a poignant moment during a production? If you answered yes to any of these questions – did you consider getting copyright permission?
Theatre Oxford, in cooperation with the UM Theatre Arts Department, kicks off its new Workshop Series on July 17th from 9:30 to 12:30 at Meek Auditorium on the UM campus. SCENE PAINTING MADE EASY will offer easy techniques for creating…
Thank you “all” for your help with the coordination and participation in the secondary / community theatre workshop that was held at Tupelo Community Theatre. It was a great two day event that showcased Dex Edwards and his prop making and painting expertise! It was a treat not to be missed. Rusty Scafidel was incredible with the light workshop, Greg Pirkle simplified the legal side of theatre, and Ken Bolinsky showed us how easy it is to be involved in Poetry Out Loud. Tupelo Community Theatre also had an “incredible” production of Crowns! Congratulations to the cast and crew of the production!
Attention Visual and Performing Artists!
Have you thought about working in K-12 Schools?
Did you know that K-12 Schools engage artists to support instruction?
MAAE Artists’ Training Workshop
July 21-22, 2008
Application Deadline: Friday, June 20, 2008
The Mississippi Alliance for Arts Education is offering the fifth in a series of hands-on workshops designed to develop the skills of artists and arts educators in presenting educational workshops for teachers and students. Performing and visual artists are invited to apply for this artists’ training workshop, titled “Artist as Teacher,” to be held July 21-22, 2008, at the University of Mississippi in Oxford.
This workshop is being offered in partnership with the Mississippi Arts Commission’s Whole Schools Initiative.