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Saturday March 8 Creative Expo

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  • Rol Sharette
    Are you serious about your a cappella business ? If so, this event is something you should seriously consider. No steep tuitions, no jazzy parties. This is
    Message 1 of 1 , Feb 18, 2008
      Are you serious about your a cappella "business"?
      If so, this event is something you should seriously consider. No steep tuitions, no jazzy parties. This is business and it may open your eyes and provide contacts you haven't found before.
      Think seriously about attending. Your qualification is your association with CVJS, but wear your own oranization name prominently.
      Here is the skivy:
      Building Your Creative Business Expo
      On Saturday, March 8, the Denver Office of Cultural Affairs will present its 3rd annual Building Creative Businesses Expo. The program will be held at the Wellington E. Webb Municipal Office Building, 201 W. Colfax Avenue, from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. The building opens at 9:00 a.m.
      The Building Creative Businesses Expo offers Denver’s creative community a “one-stop” opportunity to learn about the various City, non-profit and for-profit resources available, along with business skill-building workshops to help grow and stabilize your creative business.

      More than 50 organizations will be participating as exhibitors and workshop presenters at the Building Creative Businesses Expo. Here's a sampling of the participating organizations (all listed on the Colorado Music Association website):

      City of Aurora, Public Art Program
      Colorado Council on the Arts
      Colorado Enterprise Fund
      Colorado Music Association (COMA)
      Community Resource Center
      Crispin Porter + Bogusky
      Denver Musicians Association
      Denver Office of Cultural Affairs
      Denver Office of Economic Development/Business Assistance Center
      Denver Parks & Recreation
      Downtown Denver Arts Festival
      Hapi Skratch Entertainment
      Hensel Phelps
      Houchin & Associates
      Intrigue Entertainment, LLC
      Micro Business Development Corporation

      Services for Artists
      The Colorado Sound
      The Denver Post
      …and various talented local artists
      New Features of 2008 Include
      Guest Speakers
      • Andre Pettigrew, Director, Denver Office of Economic Development
      • One-on-one portfolio consultation
      • Live local music on the Denver KickStand stage

      A sample of workshop titles
      • Independent Music Production, Distribution and Promotion for Today’s Market
      • Financing Your Small Creative Business with City Loan Programs and Enterprise Zone Tax Credits
      The Building Creative Businesses Expo is a program of the Denver Office of Cultural Affairs’ Create Denver initiative. Create Denver exists to support, promote and grow Denver’s creative sector. It includes policy recommendations, programmatic initiatives, technical assistance and advocacy.
      The mission of the Denver Office of Cultural Affairs is to advance the arts and culture in the City and County of Denver.
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      Red Gorilla Music Fest Now Accepting Entries for 2008 RedGorilla Music Fest is held in Austin, Texas, on March 12-15, 2008. Last year, RedGorilla was an overwhelming success and made a name for itself as the cool, rebel showcase that caters to its artists and promotes up-and-coming independent music in all genres to help independent artists further their careers. Read more at www.redgorillamusic.com
      Rol Sharette
      Boulder, Colorado
      888 949 2857
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