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Spring Showcase 2008 :: Jamestown, NY
Posted April 21, 2008
Spring Showcase 2008 :: Jamestown, NY
We will once again be having our Annual Spring Showcase at J.C.C. College Park on Curtis St. in Jamestown. The show will take place on Saturday, May 17th, from 2 - 9 pm. As usual, this will be a free, all ages, rain or shine event, and will feature the best that western NY has to offer in live music, visual arts, and good vibes.

As of Today, the confirmed lineup includes:
Sleeping Giant (Rochester, NY)
Global Village Idiots (Buffalo, NY)
Smackdab (Jtown's Finest)
Ms. Cindy Haight (Jamestown)
and the WNY debut of Watertown's own
Milking Large Mammals.

New Visual works will be on display from :
Angela Caley
Kim Babnik
David Grice
Wiliam Thomas
Erin Pickering
James Bliss
Corey Alm

and others...


Voting started for the 2008 AAAlliance Business Card Design
Posted March 31, 2008
Please login and cast your vote for the new 2008 Active Artists Alliance business card design.


Design Contest Closed :: Voting Soon
Posted March 25, 2008
The deadline has passed for submitting 2008 Business Cards. Voting will take place here in the near future.

UPDATE: Voting will begin Sunday, March 29, 2008. To vote you will need to login to your account.


Business Card Design Contest :: Only 2 Days Left!
Posted March 19, 2008
Business Card designs can still be submitted, any time between now and the end of the day on Friday March 21. The cards should be a two-sided design, full color, standard business card size / shape. We still need more submissions. Help us out.

Files can be uploaded by Logging in to the Members' Area. File size limit is 2 MB. Each person can submit up to 3 designs. Let's see what you've got.


Aberration V Multimedia Event :: Springfield Ohio
Posted March 18, 2008
Aberration V Multimedia Event :: Springfield Ohio
Our friends at Aberration Consensus are having a major event this weekend in Central Ohio. The Fifth installment of the Aberration Multimedia Series happens this Saturday, the 22nd, and it will feature live painting, photography, dance, theatre, bands, dj's, and other stuff.

The show only costs $15 and the money goes to good causes. They even have special deals on rooms at a nearby hotel so you don't have to worry about driving after the show.

These guys know how to put together an event. Do yourself a favor and pack up the car and take a road trip for the weekend and check out the Historic State Theatre in Springfield, and the best of what the Columbus-Area arts community has to offer.


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