Archive for August, 2011
After an overwhelming response of artists willing to help in whatever way possible to bring awareness to this cause, the final line-up is set for the album, After the Flood: A Compilation to Benefit Upstate NY Victims of Hurricane Irene. After the Flood will be released and available for download this Friday, September 2 at www.aftertheflood.bandcamp.com. You can […]
It became a bit of a running joke this past weekend that Hurricane Irene did not live up to her hype as she barreled through New York City. For all the state warnings, evacuations and closings, the majority of the people who expected to see severe damage were disappointed in the few scattered branches and […]
I cannot believe I haven’t posted this video yet because it’s one of my all-time favorite TED talks. Elizabeth Gilbert is a woman I admire for both her voice as a writer and her approach to her life and career. She worked hard for her success and overcame personal turmoil to go and be one […]
NYC Art Scene last spoke with Ree Merrill two years ago, when her original play “A Broken Barbie” made it’s debut at The Strawberry One-Act Festival in New York City. Since then Ree has gone on to star in numerous independent films, join a fantastic group of artists called “The Indies Lab” and finish another piece […]
Contact: Laura Greb-Anand http://artme.me/ firstname.lastname@example.org New York City, NY – August 17, 2011 – Artmeme is a community blog for emerging to mid-career visual artists and fashion designers aiming to provide additional exposure, resources and events. Artmeme actively seeks industry mentors to bring a wealth of experience, education, coaching strategies and support to encourage and […]
Some great footage from Buffstock Music Festival shot and edited by Andy Strohl of Strohl Digital Productions, featuring two of my favorites, Rachel Platten and Martin Rivas. Be sure to keep an eye out for Andy’s work in upcoming collaborations with NYC Art Scene.