In 2 weeks, the applications will be due for the 2014 Source Festival, Presented by CulturalDC. They are looking for dedicated interns to participate in their showcase for 25 new plays. Summer Design Interns will be paid a stipend, and work closely alongside DC designers, getting opportunities to network, participate in production meetings, and assist a DC designer in a production’s crew during tech week and in the actual performances.
Don’t forget when you apply to please send a cover letter and current resume to Associate Producer Jess Jung at firstname.lastname@example.org by March 15, 2014. She is also your contact if you have any questions concerning the application process. For more info about the Source Festival, please visit their website here, or visit our blog here.
This is a reminder to any musicians seeking summer involvement that the deadline to apply for the Manchester Music Festival’s Young Artist Summer Program is March 15th. The program is a six-week intensive chamber-music study session for string players and pianists ages 19 to 30, and takes place in Manchester, Vermont. Young Artists will rehearse classical and contemporary pieces, participate in professional workshops, and perform several times over the course of the program. Those accepted receive a full-paid scholarship that covers tuition for the program, housing, and provides a weekly stipend.
Applications must consist of the completed application form, a 15-minute long DVD performance of contrasting music styles, a 100-125 word biography, a high-resolution photo of the applicant, and an application fee of $40. For more information on the program and application process, please visit the Manchester Music Festival’s website by clicking here, or view our Arts Alive Portfolio post. Any further questions can be addressed by emailing Manchester Music Festival at email@example.com, or calling 802-362-1956.
When walking downtown, you don’t really focus on the architectural structure of the buildings. But as the weather continues to be chilly, take a step back and admire the design before stepping inside to get warm!
In the 1890′s, Frank Lloyd Wright’s architect held many diverse influences, with “classical antiquity, English tudor and other unexpected sources.” At the Chicago Cultural Center there will be an exhibition that explores Wright’s earlier projects and his path to “becoming a modern architect” who had deep and far-reaching root.
This exhibition runs until mid-March and is located at the Chicago Cultural Center, 78 E. Washington St., Chicago, IL 60602. Admission is FREE, so there shouldn’t be a reason why you wouldn’t go!