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FREE Audition Video Workshop in #ABQ

Posted by on December 17, 2014 | Comments Off on FREE Audition Video Workshop in #ABQ

UPDATE: The workshop is now FULL. All 40 seats are currently reserved. For those interested in getting on the waitlist please fill out this form. In the event that any of the existing reservations are canceled, waitlist registrants will be notified in the order which they are received.

In this FREE 3-hour long workshop Shelley Carney, President, Shelley Carney* Productions and Toby Michael Younis, CEO, Videotero, LLC will explain how to use inexpensive lighting, audio and video equipment to quickly and easily produce, upload and distribute your own audition videos, whether you’re a screen or theater actor, an on-stage performer, a musician or musical group, or anyone else who requires audition videos.

Shelley will cover the casting and acting portion of the presentation and Toby will cover the “shooting” portion of the presentation. Both will talk about New Media Marketing and how it opens up a whole new world of personal and professional branding and promotion.

This interactive session will include using the audience’s own equipment to produce audition videos!

***RESERVATIONS AND TICKETS ARE REQUIRED***

Sunday, January 11, 2015at 3:00pm – 6:00pm
Seating is limited to 40
TO MAKE YOUR RESERVATION, CLICK HERE!

Be sure to bring along your smart phone, digital camera, or camcorder. Several members of the audience will be selected to have their auditions produced during the class, using their own equipment.

We’ve made some “sides” available from our movies, “Killing Hope” and “Scratching Kat,” for your use if you’d like. If they’re not your cup of tea, bring along your own in case your selected to have your video recorded during the class.

You can download them by clicking on this link.

Most important, bring a headshot and your resume with you! WESST is building a portfolio of local talent they can contact should one of their studio clients require actors or other film and performance related resources.

If your plans should change after you’ve registered, and you can’t attend the event, let us know so we can make your seat available to someone else.

FAQs

Are there ID requirements or an age limit to enter the event?

You must bring your printed ticket with you to the workshop to enter. We’re requesting everyone to bring a headshot and their resume so we can add them to the WESST portfolio of local resources.

What are my transport/parking options getting to the event?

There is plenty of FREE parking around the WESST Enterprise Center.

What can/can’t I bring to the event?

We can’t allow food or drink into the studio, where the workshop will be held. If you’d like, bring your smartphone, camera or camcorder along. You may be selected to have your audition shot at the workshop using your equipment. Bring a headshot and your resume so we can add your name to the WESST portfolio of local resources.

Is my registration/ticket transferrable?

No.

Can I update my registration information?

Yes.

Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?

Yes.

Audition Video Production for Actors & Other Performers Hosted By
Shelley Carney, Shelley Carney* Productions
Christa Valdez, OneHeadlightInk and
Toby Michael Younis, Videotero, LLC in Cooperation With
The WESST Enterprise Center, Albuquerque and the
Comcast Digital Media Studo With the Support of
Shaun and Susan Scott of Pig & Hippo Productions

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New Mexico Actress Goes to the Dogs

Posted by on October 16, 2014 | Comments Off on New Mexico Actress Goes to the Dogs

New Mexico Actress Lora Cunningham raising money for dog resucueimage via the taos news

Beloved New Mexico based actress, Lora Cunningham, is in the midst of marking a big birthday year and rather than a flashy Hollywood style hullabaloo, this down to earth performer and acting instructor is staying true to her roots and her heart by focusing on pet rescue as part of her celebration.

THIS FRIDAY, Cunningham is inviting friends & fellow animal welfare supporters to join her at her very own fundraiser that looks suspiciously like a really good time!

“This birthday is a big one, and I want to make it count!

Come celebrate with me, and The Sandia Bar will donate 10% of the night’s profits to the wonderful local animal shelter, Almost Home New Mexico. They take in the animals other shelters are going to kill– the old, the sick, the ones considered “unadoptable” for whatever reason. Almost Home New Mexico keeps and cares for them, while finding them foster and hopefully forever homes.

The photo on this invitation is of one of my sister’s dogs, Josh. He was abandoned in the Foothills. My sister was able to catch his sister, but Josh evaded her for 2 hours, until he finally lost her. He was later found in someone’s yard. They turned him over to animal control, where his right eye had to be removed, due to trauma. Almost Home nursed him to health and kept him for over a year, until my sister was able to adopt him.

I want to help these hard-working and dedicated people, so that they may continue their vitally-important work.

PLEASE JOIN ME!! :)”

Friday, October 17
6:00 PM to 11:00 PM
The Sandia Bar
4445 Corrales Road, Corrales, NM 87048
Between St. Francis and West Ella Dr.

Please RSVP HERE!

Almost Home New Mexico

In lieu of gifts/cards, please consider giving to Almost Home New Mexico.
There are 3 ways:
1. Come out and have drinks with Lora!!!
2. Come out, don’t drink, but give a little in the donation jar at the bar.
3. If you can’t make it– please donate on their website here.

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