BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Carey Kalimba Scanlon Ascenzo
|COINCIDENTAL DUCHAMPISM AND SPICY LANGUAGE|
This weekend I went to the, "Arts Of
the Valley" exhibit at Open Square
. The work was spectacular and I was further
especially impressed with the HCC student work on the second floor. The show is
still up and I would suggest a visit before it comes down. The faculty and
invited artist work on the fourth floor will be up till June 1 but I think the
student work comes down soon. I think clearly the art staff at HCC is doing
something special. I went back saturday to see it all again. It is a fucking
great show, ALL of it.
Wow. I have never used that word here before. I
must love that show. Go see it tomorrow. And Ricky, the crazyman at the Black
Sheep Deli at Open Square, makes a killer vertical pile of coffee with a shot of
espresso. Sometimes I go there for lunch and have a Key Lime Pie. Not *some* Key
Lime Pie, but *a* Key Lime Pie. They are small-ish and excellently lime-y
and graham cracker crust-y. It's also fucking great.
through the second floor marvelling at all the student work reminded me of that
scene in, "Six Degrees of Separation", when the Donald Sutherland character guy
has a dream where he is walking through a kindergarten classroom and is totally
blown away by all the kids' paintings and he begs (BEGS) their teacher to tell
him her secret and she smiles knowingly (and somewhat patronizingly) and says,
"I know when to take their paints away".
I inserted a picture of my
piece, "Urinal" here because I have a picture of it. To the right of me is a
brilliant piece by Larry Slezak which, totally coincidentally (like unplanned,
like when you wear the same outfit as your friend but you didn't plan it), has a
Duchampian theme, and I have images of that but I am saving them for tomorrow's
post on my blog at the Valley Advocate website
. So you'll have to check that
link tomorrow to see his chess game installation. It's pretty fucking great too.
That word feels like a new toy and I feel liberated using that word. But I don't
want to beat a dead bad word so I am done. It's safe to read on
Friday night at the reception I was telling a few people about
getting my postcards printed for my next show and everyone was totally amazed by
how fast and cheap I am getting them done and asked if I would pretty please put
the information right here for all to share and so I will as this is a great
resource for all of us.
For years now I have been using a company called
Get Set Marketing
. I don't know where I found them. Someone
must have told me about them. Their prices are the (f-ing) best I have seen and
for your price you get full color, full bleed on BOTH sides, printed within 5
days. If you get your art to them by Monday at 10 am, your postcards are ready
that Friday afternoon. I usually get 1000 4 x 6 and this costs $235. Two thirty
So, I put images on both sides since I can. This is not a
freaking chain or a big company but two brothers, Dan and Joe Bessette and a few
very nice employees located in Springfield. For my next show I am splashing out
on jumbo 8.5 x 5.5 cards and I am using them as sort of a brochure. I am
splashing out on quantity and getting 5000 because the Springfield MFA, where my
show is, is giving me a holder outside the Barn Gallery where my work is, to
place postcards. All this must cost a frigging fortune you say? No. $465. So
there it is. And the quality is pretty effin' great.
And I don't work for
them but I do really appreciate how fast and cheap and excellent and nice they
are. And I promised Larry and Eva and a few other people I would share this info
here and so there it is, among the language.
April 23, 07
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Submissions are due by Sunday at 5 pm for submission
the next day.
Events run for 2 weeks, in most cases. There will be no more addendums. Any
submissions after Sunday at 5 PM will not be published till the following
Mary Poppins Movie Night at NCMCMay 2, 6 PM.
Mary Poppins Movie Night at Northampton Community Music Center
May 2, 2007
Time: 6 pm
MARY POPPINS is the 2nd in the PJ Movie Musical Night series.
Come in your PJs and bring plenty of laughing gas! (We'll provide the
popcorn.) Admission is by freewill donation. Screening will be in NCMC's Recital
Hall. If you're coming, email Sarah at email@example.com and plan to bring a small
snack to share.
"You know, you *can* say it backwards, which is
"dociousaliexpiisticfragilcalirupes" - but that's going a bit too far, don't you
WORKS ON PAPER AT GALLERY
A3Opening reception May 3 at
5:00 - Olivia Bernard and Rita Edelman Exhibition
WORKS ON PAPER AT GALLERY A3
Olivia Bernard and Rita Edelman Exhibition
May 3, 2007 - June 2, 2007
Opening reception May 3 at 5:00
An exhibition of works on paper by Olivia Bernard and Rita Edelman at
Olivia Bernard will be showing recent drawings and studies for works
exploring translucency, line and color. Her work derives from her interest
in Buddhism, and her observations of the natural world, including the human
Rita Edelman will be exhibiting large abstract silver point drawings
inspired by architecture seen on a recent trip. Rita Edelman s drawings
are the expression of a personal language of symbolic images. The
architecture serves as the point of departure.
The opening reception is on Thursday, May 3 from 5-8 pm. The
exhibition runs from May 3 to June 2 and regular gallery hours are Wed.-Sun,
Gallery A3 is at 28 Amity Street, Amherst, MA 01002.
Contact 413/256-4250 or gallerya3.com
Image: Ephemera #16, mixed media on mylar, Olivia Bernard
|IN THE ABSENCE
Closing reception for video exhibit May 3, 2007
IN THE ABSENCE OF
Closing reception for video exhibit.
New work by JC Gray-Sawyer (JC Tibbo): on
lying & truthtelling.
April 29th - May 4th
Gallery Hours: M-F 11am - 4 pm &
Location: Herter Art Gallery;
Directions: Herter Art Gallery is
located at the north end of Herter Hall west of the Fine Arts Center. Public
parking is available at all times behind the Robsham Visitors Center and at
meters along Haigis Mall. Nights and weekends parking is also available in Lot
#71 west of the Whitmore Administration Building.
|CONNECTICUT OPERA TO PERFORM PINOCCHIO
FOR MASSACHUSETTS COUNTRY BUMPKINS
May 3, 5 PM
CONNECTICUT OPERA TO PERFORM PINOCCHIO FOR
MASSACHUSETTS COUNTRY BUMPKINS
Based on the children's adventure series by Collodi, this 45 minute
operatic version of the classic teaches important lessons about telling the
truth, not talking to strangers and the value of friendship. Enjoy the
magic of opera performed by world class performers. Northampton High
School Auditorium, Thursday, May 3rd at 5pm. Tickets are $7 per person, to
benefit Nonotuck Community School of Florence.
|ART EXCHANGE: WORKS FROM LYN HORAN AND HER
Artists Reception Sat. May 5, 4-7PM
ART EXCHANGE: WORKS FROM LYN HORAN AND HER
05/05/2007 - 06/01/2007
Artists Reception Sat. May 5, 4-7PM
Art Exchange: The Artist as Teacher and Student.
Internationally exhibited artist, Lyn Horan showcases her latest work along
with work from her adult students in an attempt to examine the creative
relationship between the artist/teacher and her students.
"The art of teaching is part of assisting discovery." This quote
from Pulitzer Prize winning Poet, Mark Van Doren, sums up Artist Lyn Horan's
teaching philosophy. While Horan feels that teaching pictorial skills, use of
materials, and knowledge of art history is important, helping her students find
the courage to hone their observations and individual self-expression is a
greater part of the equation. "My job as a teacher is not to create artists who
paint just like me, but to help them discover how to best create something that
is genuine to them."
With works from Lisa Colt, Helen Daniels,
Terry Faivre, Marilyn Marquez, Joanne O'Leary, Keri Oleson, Maryann Phoenix,
Marge Tauer, and of course LYN
Saturday, May 5, 2-4 PM. DRAWINGS AND PAINTINGS
BY CONNIE POGUE AND PATTI PARKER
DRAWINGS AND PAINTINGS BY CONNIE POGUE AND
May 2, 2007 - May 30, 2007
Artist reception: Saturday, May 5, 2-4
Stillife drawings by Connie Pogue
Landscape paintings by Patti Parker
Reception: Saturday, May 5, 2-4PM
Hosmer Art Gallery
20 West Street
Northampton, Ma. 01062
Hours:M 1-9, TU 1-5, W 9-9, Th 1-5, F&S 9-5, S1-5
|AUDITIONS FOR LOCAL CHILDREN'S
May 8, 3:30-5:00 pm. Kids in Grades 4-8 Invited to
AUDITIONS FOR LOCAL CHILDREN'S CHOIR
Kids in Grades 4-8 Invited to Audition
Time: 3:30-5:00 pm
On Tuesday, May 8, from 3:30 to 5 pm, the Northampton Community Music
Center will hold auditions for the 2007-8 year of its Community Children s
Choir, directed by Joan Cornachio.
The choir is open to children in grades 4 through 8, and is scheduled
to perform in the Commonwealth Opera production of the children's opera
Brundibar in Fall 2007. The opera was written by Jewish Czech composer
Hans Krasa in 1938 and was premiered in the concentration camp Theresienstadt in
For more information or to reserve an audition spot, call (413)
|VAJRA SKY OVER
TUESDAY, MAY 8, 7:00 PM
are pleased to present
a special screening of the critically-acclaimed
SKY OVER TIBET
MAY 8, 7:00 PM
at the Academy of Music Theatre
274 Main Street,
May 11, 5-7 PM.
An Art Exhibit
of Thirty Works from the Collection of Phyllis Kornfeld, Michael Tillyer and
The Collective Mind: An Art Exhibit of Thirty
Works from the Collection of Phyllis Kornfeld, Michael Tillyer and Gordon
05/04/07 - 05/30/07
Time: M-Sat. 10-5, Sun. 12-5
Artists' Reception: Arts Night Out:
May 11 5-7 pm
What causes a collector to choose artworks from a universe of images,
styles and esthetics? What is the utility of a collection of art objects.
What does a collection say about an object s singular purpose and definition as
an artwork? How does a collector explain the motivation to collect? These
questions will be present but not necessarily answered when collectors Phyllis
Kornfeld, Michael Tillyer and Gordon Thorne put on display selections from their
individual, extensive holdings taken from a large and ill-defined of band of
object makers referred to collectively as Outsider
CLAY JAZZ PLAYS THE PINT AND THE
GREAT FALLS ART FESTIVAL
May 16 - 20, 5-7 PM. 8-10 PM. Clay Jazz
making music all over the Valley
CLAY JAZZ PLAYS THE PINT AND THE GREAT FALLS ART FESTIVAL
Clay Jazz making music all over the Valley
Clay Jazz plays sophisticated Swing, Blues, Bossa Nova, and Latin jazz the
Daily Hampshire Gazette called them "impressive" and "delightful." Praised as "a
vocalist of considerable experience," Sarah Clay also "plays lovely, leisurely
flute riffs that ... evoke Herbie Mann, while Karl Rausch smoothly alternates
single notes on his guitar with cool two-string harmonies."
this and fresh beer, too! What more could you want? Clay Jazz plays the People's Pint the third Wednesday
of each month. No cover charge, but we welcome your generous
contributions to the sparkling treasure chest.
The People's Pint
24 Federal Street
Greenfield MA 01301
Clay Jazz will also play a set at
the Great Falls Art Festival on Sunday, May 20, 2-3:30 pm. This is
the third annual arts festival to benefit The Brick House Community Resource
Center. It's a fabulous outside event with juried arts/crafts, live music, food,
and kid's activities!
Come enjoy the glorious Spring air, and support an
excellent cause. Free admission, so this is one you can't miss! All the fun
happens at the Great Falls Discovery Center, Avenue A (just off Route 2, over
Gill-Montague bridge), Turner's Falls MA 413-863-9576
|GREAT FALLS ART FEST CALL TO ARTISTS!|
April 9th and 23rd, and May 7th.
The jury for the GREAT FALLS ART FEST will
be viewing applications for this wonderful event (ART, MUSIC, and FOOD!) in
Turners Falls on April 9th and 23rd, and May 7th.
by The Brick House Community Resource Center (an awesome non-profit
organization), the Great Falls Art Fest offers artists from all over New England
the opportunity to have their art seen and purchased by vistors from all over
It also offers two days of live local music (a
fabulous eclectic mix!), great local food, and kids' activities (including a
hula hoop maker, a local clown, and more!). This fest coincides with the
Arts & Blooms Open Studio and Downtown Turners Falls Walking Tour, so the
village will be FILLED with the art-loving public...don't miss the opportunity
to share your art with everyone! This is a fabulous event and we would would
love to have the opportunity to view your application! For more information, please call Karen at
413-863-9576 or visit www.thebrickhouseinc.org
|PAPERMAKING 1 2 3|
April 28 -May 12. Papermaking with local
PAPERMAKING 1 2 3
Papermaking with local fibers.
April 28 -May 12
Time: 10:00 AM
Hand Papermaking with Natural Fibers
easy as 1 2 3 with Sheryl Jaffe
1. April 28 at the
Wistariahurst Museum, Holyoke, youth 10AM-12PM Adults 1-4
2. May 12 Brattleboro,
VT. River Valley School of Art. May 12 10-5:00.
$95.00 Make kozo/dandelion paper.
3. July 2-6 Prince Edward
Local fiber papers and learn to print cyanotype and Van
Dyke photo chemistry. FUN! July 8- bookbinding. www.maritimephotoworkshops.com
Or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more info on fantastic fun fibers for
|J.S. BACH: HIS FOREBEARS, FAMILY AND
May 18 &
19, 7:30 PM. Pioneer Valley Cappella Choral Concert
J.S. BACH: HIS FOREBEARS, FAMILY AND
Pioneer Valley Cappella Choral Concert
05/18/07 - 05/19/07
Time: 7:30 pm
Pioneer Valley Cappella's Spring concerts explore Johann Sebastian Bach:
what influenced his work, and his continuing influence on other composers.
The central work on the program is his magnificent motet, Jesu,
meine Freude. Born into one of Germany's leading musical families, Bach
blended traditional German music with new trends from Italy and France. Our
program traces this progress with works of Pachelbel, Frescobaldi, Couperin, and
two of J. S. Bach's cousins (Johann Ludwig and Johann Christoph).
by Villa-Lobos and a
hauntingly austere series of Haiku poems set by Peter Schickele (alter ego of
Bach's last and least son, P.D.Q.) demonstrate J.S. Bach s persistent musical
prominence. Geoffrey Hudson, director, conducts in his farewell
performance with the Pioneer Valley Cappella.
Friday, May 18 at the Amherst Unitarian
121 North Pleasant St, Amherst
Saturday, May 19 at Wistariahurst Museum
238 Cabot St, Holyoke
Both concerts are at 7:30 pm
Suggested Donation: $12 General, $6
|Illy coffee containers
Illy coffee containers needed!
business in need of a supply of illy containers as bases for one of their robot
If you use illy coffee- regular, decaf or espresso or know an
office or business who does, please contact Susan Boss or Mark Brown at
email@example.com or call 413-527-9675.
We will make
arrangements to collect or pay shipping for the source. THANKS, and don't forget
SPECIAL FRIENDS OF THE
CHALFIN/ZEA MAYS PRINTMAKING
COUTURE AND BILL HOSIE
MAUREEN DENNING AND
KATHY SERVICE &
AACO (AMERICAN ARTS COLLECTIVE ORGANIZATION), In memory
of our artists friends who were victims of AIDS and in honor of Aids Awareness
Day, December 1st
HILARY PRICE & KERRY
MAUREEN DENNING AND CHARLES
(Donation made to Humane Society in Jamoka's name)
CALLS FOR ARTISTS
|May 12, 2007 - Call for applications
for upcoming Juried New England Photographers
Biennial at the Danforth Museum of Art.
WHO: Photographers based in New England.
We encourage traditional and non-traditional photography including new
media,installations, mixed media, etc.
WHAT : Our Museum seeks to display and honor
regional photographers. Jurors are Karen Haas, Curator of the Lane
Collection, at the Museum of Fine Arts and Arlette Kayafas, Director, of the
Kayafas Gallery in Boston for our upcoming New England Photographers Biennial
Exhibition. The exhibition will be on view this Fall 2007 at the Danforth
Museum of Art. Deadline for
submissions is May 12,
Please see our website www.danforthmuseum.org and look under
Exhibits to download the application.
WHERE: Danforth Museum of Art, 123 Union
Avenue, Framingham, MA 01702
COST: $25 for up to three entries.
Additional entries may be submitted for an additional $10 per
CONTACT: Lisa Leavitt, Danforth Museum of Art
(508) 620-0050 x 12 or
Thank you! Lisa Leavitt
Danforth Museum of Art
123 Union Avenue
Framingham, MA 01702
tel. (508) 620-0050
fax (508) 872-5542
CALL FOR ARTISTS -- GALLERY A3 IS SEEKING NEW
Description: Gallery A3 shows contemporary art by Valley
artists. Since it opened in 2002, the gallery s been an alternative venue
for innovative art in a wide range of media and styles. Gallery A3 is a
cooperative run by its artists. Members share business and aesthetic
decisions and form a supportive community for making and exhibiting art.
The gallery has an exhibition space in the new Amherst Cinema building and holds
its opening receptions in conjunction with the Amherst Art Walk.
Artists working in all media are invited to apply.
Spring deadline dates are April 5 and May 9. Applications are available at
Gallery A3, 28 Amity Street, Amherst, MA. The gallery is open Wednesday
through Sunday from 1-7:00 pm. Phone 413-256-4250. For more
information please call the gallery or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
2007 INTERNATIONAL ARTISTS RESIDENCY PROGRAM
Seeking visual artists,
writers, and composers for 2-, 4-, 6-, and 8-wk-long residencies, Jan 1 - Jun
15, 2008. Free housing and studio space and a $100/wk stipend. For application
and complete guidelines please contact: Kimmel Harding Nelson Center for the
Arts, 801 3rd Corso, Nebraska City NE 68410 OR 402-874-9600 OR http://www.KHNCenterfortheArts.org OR
ONLINE FOR ART WALK EASTHAMPTON
Art Walk Easthampton, a monthly, self-guided
walking tour of arts and culture, has added a proposal page to its website where
visual, music and performance artists can outline what they would like to show
or perform if given the opportunity.
All the locations that participate
in Art Walk Easthampton can view the submissions for possible inclusion in an
upcoming event. The talent describes the work, provides images, identifies the
types of venues they would like to be in, the dates they are available and
provides contact information. If there's a match between the submission and the
venue's interest, the venue contacts the talent directly to handle booking
The proposal form is available at www.ArtWalkEasthampton.org and is open to all local and
from Joe Blumenthal of Downtown Sounds who generously would like to have artists
display their work there. (Downtown Sounds, 21 Pleasant St., Northampton, next
to the Pleasant St. Theater)
The window is quite large, and has three
panels, each one about 6' X 6', and is about 24" deep. It is exposed to intense
sunlight in the morning; the heat of the sun plus the narrowness of the window
make it inappropriate to display most musical instruments.
sunlight doesn't hurt most artwork since it's only exposed for a month to six
weeks. I normally pay $150 to the artist who installs the window, and work out a
consignment agreement for the store to take a percentage of the price if the art
is for sale and we manage to sell some of it.
The artwork can be
freestanding, lean against a wall at the back of the window that's about three
feet high, or (if it's not heavy) be hung from the ceiling.
It's great when
the art can have a musical theme, but it's not necessary. Because of its highly
visible commercial location, the work should have a mainstream appeal and not
have themes which could be offensive. Small pieces don't work well since the
window is so large.
If one of your readers is interested in displaying
in this context, please have them contact me via email:
email@example.com, or via phone at 413- 586-0998.
City Department of Cultural Affairs + Image Registry The New York City
Department of Cultural Affairs (DCLA) is the largest public funder of arts and
culture in the country. The Percent for Art artist slide registry is an
up-to-date and important component of the Program. The registry is consulted by
the architects, panelists, and City agencies for each project. The Percent for
Art staff prepares a slide presentation from the registry for each panel
meeting. The registry is open to any professional visual artist residing in the
United States. Deadline: On-going Information: www.nyc.gov/html/dcla/html/panyc/
THE BOLTWOOD MARKETPLACE IS
AMHERST'S NEWEST OUTDOOR MIXED MARKET! ARISTS, CARFTS PEOPLE AND FARMERS: WE
HAVE A MARKET FOR ALL OF YOU!
04/28/07 - 10/27/07
9:00am-1:00pm every Sat.
a new mixed Marketplace in Amherst!
We are looking for Artists,
Crafts People and Farmers to join our market.
The Boltwood Marketplace
is located behind Bueno Y Sano and Newbury Comics
adjacent to the new Amherst parking garage.
We opened last year and hope to have a 2nd successful
year. The Boltwood Marketplace is opening
on April 28th and will be open every Saturday
through October from 9:00 am to 1:00pm.
If you are interested in participating in the Boltwood
Marketplace we are now accepting applications. Please help us spread the
word abut our market and support our local community.
Please call Kathryn for
details: (413) 253-7879
STUDIO FOR RENT
Bridge Street, Shelburne Falls
5 LARGE WINDOWS!
WEST & SOUTH EXPOSURE
555 Sq Ft Approx 21' x
High Speed Internet connection available!
Includes heat and electric!
STUDIO SPACE IN
Start Date: late July
Description: The Storefront
Artist Project in Pittsfield, MA will have studio spaces for
in late July.
Cost: spaces start at $150 for at least 300 sq.
Includes heat and a/c, not electrical.
Second floor, great
light, high ceilings.
www.storefrontartist.orgSTUDIO SPACE AVAILABLE ASAP
End Date: negotiableTime:
Studio Sublet-Arts and Industry Building, Florence, Ma
Looking to sublet approx 650sq ft.
High ceilings, brick walls, wood floors,
great artistic community and neighbors
contact: Lisa 413.320.1957
SPACE AVAILABLE NOW IN EASTHAMPTON - The Blue Guitar Gallery in Easthampton
is a shared workspace and gallery. It is 410 sq. ft. on the inside, and there's
also a small space 120 sq. ft., carpeted available. $200 month includes
utilities and the right to a private or shared show twice a year. There's also a
nice hall and reception area for hanging work. Since I need to keep the walls
clean for showing, I'm looking for artists who work on easels or tables, not too
messy. It's on the ground floor, at 186 D Northampton Street (Rte. 10), just
over the line from Northampton. It's opposite the post office. The grand opening
will be March 10, during Art Walk Easthampton!
Contact Christie Svane at
firstname.lastname@example.org, 413-247-9454, www.theblueguitar.org
"A.R.T.S. Anonymous is a 12 step recovery group for artists of
all kinds and at all levels. We meet every Monday from 6:30 to 8pm in Room 230
at Wright Hall on the Smith College campus. No dues or fees. For more
information call 413.527.5215 or visit their website, http://artsanonymous.org/."
Valley Entrepreneurs! Our
service area just expanded! Valley CDC can help you:
Explore your business ideas, Market your art, products &
services, Identify new markets, Get more customers, Write your business plan,
Explore financial viability, Improve business operations, Seek financing, and
Free Business Counseling ?! Starting a business? Need more business?
Let us help! It's what we do.
Now serving ALL Amherst, Hadley, Northampton
& Easthampton businesses with 20 employees or less. No income restrictions.
We deliver more. Call for a confidential appointment today! 413 529-0420,
Funded by MA Commonwealth's Dept. of Business and
Technology-SBTA Grant, the City of Easthampton through the MA Community
Development Block Grant -Ready Resource, the City of Northampton-CDBG Program,
and Florence Savings
FREE CREDIT COUNSELING FOR LOCAL
Valley CDC Expands Business Services to Include Credit
Counseling Northampton, MA,
March 23, 2007: Valley Community
Development Corporation (Valley CDC), a community-based non-profit organization,
is now offering personal credit counseling. This free one-on-one counseling is
available to people who want to open a small business in Valley CDC's service
area - Easthampton, Northampton, Hadley & Amherst. Current small business
owners with 20 or fewer employees are also eligible. There are no income
restrictions. This free credit counseling is available through June of 2007 via
a grant from the Massachusetts Office of Business and Technology.
According to David Plaut, Small Business Credit Counselor for Valley CDC,
"We know that credit scores play a very significant role when applying for a
business loan. We want our clients to secure financing, so we set them up for
success. Credit reports and credit scoring can be confusing. We can decipher
that information and help people boost their scores."
Valley CDC has been helping entrepreneurs start new enterprises and
expand existing small businesses for more than 18 years. Since 2003, Valley CDC
has counseled more than 250 individuals and businesses, and helped them acquire
more than $470,000 in funding from conventional banks and community loan funds.
Valley CDC's clients include companies in many diverse businesses, including
restaurants, manufacturers, beauty salons, spas, artists and artisans, clothing
designers, and retailers.
According to Joanne Campbell, Executive Director of Valley CDC, "We are
very excited to be able to expand our small business technical services to
include credit counseling. Our current grant will fund this service until June
30, 2007, so we hope that local entrepreneurs act on this opportunity quickly.
We are also hopeful that the legislature will recognize the economic benefits
that all Massachusetts communities gain from their investment in local
entrepreneurs and small businesses, and continue to fund the program beyond that
For more information about credit counseling, please contact David Plaut,
Small Business Credit Counselor at 413-586-5855 x16 or email@example.com.
PEOPLE AND STUFF
THIS SECTION OFFICIALLY UNDER CONSTRUCTION
I very recently
switched to this new template. It did not convert my old template
and tech help at Constant Contact confirmed that I need to
move all my information over myself. Most of it, like text
data, can be cut and pasted. But the links, which originated
from an entry into a constant contact template, are assigned
trackback URLs which allow for comparative metrics and this
causes crazy things to happen. So I am starting this section
over, as I already did with the rest of the newsletter, to
fit into the new template. When I paste links in one at a
time the link name appears as the URL plus the trackback data
And when I try to
paste the whole list at once it deletes all the URL data and becomes a list of
links to nothing, sort of like an excremental link. So, I am going through an
old URL list and clicking on each link and then copying the link name and target
into this space. So It will be under construction for a bit.
Just look at what
this template has doen to my font sizes all over this newsletter. They are all
over the place and out of control. And I know what I am doing but this template
has other ideas. Maybe by next week I will be once again master of the
formatting of this newsletter but for now, I throw up my hands and have a call
in to tech help.
Stone Soup Concrete
Marie Shanhan/The Birchtree Center
Daryl LaFleur, Public Policy in Northampton
Daryl LaFleur's Northampton Redoubt blog
Dana Wilde Arts
The Artisan Gallery
christin couture/william hosie
Dianna Stallone Designs
Maureen Scanlon's Peace Ribbon Project
Photography by Jon Whitney
The Canal Gallery Building
The Northampton center for the Arts
The Art of Dean Nimmer
Zea Mays Printmaking Studio
Smart Moves Pilates
Singer/Songwriter Diane Falcone
Rhymes With Orange
EJ Barnes- Cartoons, mandalas, and animation
The Florence Poets Society
Betsy Dawn Williams
Tim De Christopher
Noarthampton Arts Council
|SELL YOUR ART ON
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TAKING UP SPACE? MAYBE YOU CAN HAVE A WIDER AUDIENCE BY SELLING IT ON THE
INTERNET. I HAVE MANY YEARS OF EXPERIENCE AND HAVE SOLD EVERYTHING FROM
DEER ANTLERS TO FINE GLASS, JEWELRY TO TOY CARS AND COMIC BOOKS.
TO MAKE A
DONATION OR SPONSOR THE NEWSLETTER
Unfortunately due to stuff I can't comprehend, the PayPal button has to
say, "Buy Now", rather than "donate". I want it to say "Hello
Anyway--thanks for your support!
If this button does not
work you may have to try another browser. sigh.
Postcards and the like can be mailed to:
I think a lot of people still have my old
arts & industry address as postcards get forwarded to me but I think that
may expire soon.
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