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Dance/Feminism/Workshops – The Window Sex Project – 9/16 + 10/14 *nyc

Highly recommended!!

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The Window Sex Project: Community Workshops

Saturdays, September 16October 14 | 10AM-3PM

The Langston Hughes House, 20 E. 127th Street (between Madison and 5th Avenues)

Dear Carlton,

We’re just one week away from our first The Window Sex Project Community Workshop of the season. We hope you will give yourself the gift of movement and fellowship with community by joining us on Saturday.

Wondering what we’ll be doing in the workshop? Check out the facilitators and speakers we have planned for September 16 and then REGISTER!

Love + Light,





Meet us at The Langston Hughes House! Check in, grab your goodie bag, and meet some new folks.


YOGA with Allegra Romita

Breathe, warm your body up, and set your intention for day. (Don’t forget your mat! If you don’t have one, we’ll have extras courtesy of Harlem Yoga.)

SOCA with Candace Thompson

Whine your waist and celebrate your body in this high energy dance class that will take you to Carnival!

12:00PM LUNCH +


Grab your lunch (provided!) and share your stories. Facilitators will guide participants in a story circle process that encourages listening and witnessing.

1:15PM CREATIVE MOVEMENT with Sydnie L. Mosley

From storytelling to movement making, Sydnie will guide participants in creating from their experiences.


with Nuala Cabral

Join us for a discussion with Nuala Cabral – educator, activist and award-winning filmmaker, who has taught media production, media advocacy and media literacy in high schools, colleges and community centers. Learn More about Nuala.


The Window Sex Project Community Workshops are presented in community partnership with I, Too Arts Collective, Five Boro Story Project, Harlem Yoga, and Sixth Street Wellness. The Community Workshops are made possible in part with public funds from Creative Engagement, supported by the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council and administered by Lower Manhattan Cultural Council. They are also presented in marketing partnership with Stop Street Harassment, Hollaback!, The Laundromat Project, Barnard Center for Research on Women, and The Schomburg Center.

Consider making a monthly, tax-deductible gift that will sustain us through the end of year


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Dance/Opportunity – Contemporary Intensive, International Independent Study Program and The School at Steps Summer Intensive Seek Talent with International Audition Tour 



Steps Conservatory, Summer Study NYC: A Contemporary Intensive, International Independent Study Program and The School at Steps Summer Intensive Seek Talent with International Audition Tour 

 Steps on Broadway, NYC’s legendary professional dance center committed to training and maintaining the integrity of the art form, increases their international reach with a first-time national and international audition tour. Led by newly appointed Student Programs Audition Director, Davis Robertson, under the direction of Mindy Upin Jackson, Director of Professional Training Programs, and Kate Thomas, Director of The School at Steps, a 12-city tour is underway through early Spring and offers the dedicated dancer various opportunities for study during the summer months and beyond.  Through intensive training, performance, and evaluations, these intimate curriculum-based programs, Summer Study NYC: A Contemporary Intensive, Steps Conservatory, and the International Independent Study Program, create polished, versatile dancers brimming with the confidence and enthusiasm to enter the highly competitive world of concert and commercial dance. The audition tour will also be recruiting students for The School at Steps’ Senior Summer Intensive, for aspiring professional dancers ages 15-18.

“While we are a home for local dancers to maintain their training, our carefully curated programs utilize the expansive network we have built at Steps, and open our doors to dancers from all over the world throughout the year,” explains Diane Grumet, Co-Artistic Director of Steps on Broadway. “These summer programs give dancers an important next step in their training—broadening their home studio or university training with leading choreographers and artists in the dance capital of the world that is New York City.”

Summer Study NYC: A Contemporary Intensive (ages 18 and older) is specifically designed for the dancer preparing for a professional career. This program offers intermediate and advanced dancers, one or two 4-week sessions with classes taught by world-renowned contemporary masters as well as by our illustrious faculty. This intensive is designed to strengthen technique and artistry and provide an introduction to NYC’s professional dance community. Students take 17 classes per week including technique, Steps with Contemporary Masters, Creative Tools, and Performance Skills, and build relationships with at least nine Artistic Directors and Contemporary choreographers in each session. Students from past summers have been hired by Heidi Latsky Dance, Janis Brenner & Dancers, have freelanced with Francesca Harper, and been awarded apprenticeships with Rioult Dance NY. Upon fulfilling program requirements, students receive a Certificate of Completion at their final performance.

Steps Conservatory (ages 17-24) is a two-year curriculum-based intensive program specifically designed to strengthen technique and artistry, thus preparing the dancer for a professional career in either the concert or commercial dance world. Dancers in the Conservatory take 15-18 weekly classes from our daily schedule as well as private Performance Enrichment workshops, such as vocal training, health and wellness, repertory, composition, dance history, career development, and much more. Over the two years, students build a professional network, thereby positioning themselves for future employment. The program provides an introduction to NYC’s professional dance community, not only through study but also through multiple performance opportunities throughout the four semesters. Upon fulfilling program requirements, students receive a Certificate of Completion.

International Independent Study Program (ages 18-35) is designed so that each participant has the flexibility to create their own class schedule and experience New York City’s dance community in motion. This M-1 visa program is designed for dancers and dance educators at the intermediate to professional level, who want to explore the diversity of techniques and styles Steps has to offer. To date, the program has hosted dancers from Canada, Mexico, Brazil, Uruguay, Colombia, Argentina, United Kingdom, Spain, Morocco, Hungary, Austria, Netherlands, Sweden, Germany, France, Italy, Australia, Ukraine, Israel, Lebanon, Uzbekistan, India, South Africa, Japan, and Taiwan. Students may join the program for three, six or twelve months.

The School at Steps Summer Intensives offer a rigorous multidisciplinary curriculum for the aspiring professional dancer. A minimum of four to five years of significant ballet training is required. Students are placed by audition in either the Junior (ages 9-12) or Senior Intensive (ages 12-18) based on age and ability, each with their own set of core classes and minimum class requirements. Daily classes in ballet and pointe are supplemented with pas de deux, variations, contemporary partnering, repertory, coaching, theater dance, jazz, hip hop, and Horton-based modern. Each session culminates in a studio performance.

MEXICO: Escuela Cubana de Ballet de Veracruz, March 13
CHINA: The Hong Kong Academy for the Performing Arts, March 18
NEW YORK: Steps on Broadway, March 18, and May 13
NEW YORK: The School at Steps, February 25, March 4, March 18, April 8, and May 6
BOSTON: Boston Conservatory at Berklee, April 2
CHICAGO: Lou Conte Dance Studios/Hubbard Street Dance Center, April 22
JACKSONVILLE, FL: Florida Ballet, April 22
FLORIDA: Lauderhill Performing Arts Center, April 23

Dancers in Sydney, Australia, Florence, Genova, Milan, Urbino and Ravenna Italy have already auditioned.

For the full audition tour and information, visit

All classes will take place at Steps on Broadway, located at 2121 Broadway between 74th and 75thStreets and is accessible by the 1,2,3, C, and B trains to 72nd Street.


Founded by Carol Paumgarten in 1979, Steps on Broadway is an internationally recognized training center providing excellence in programming that supports the art and the artist. Steps is home to more than 250 world-renowned teachers who offer over 300 dance and exercise classes a week. Throughout the year, Steps incorporates guest artists, special master classes, performances and special events. For over three decades Steps has been a training ground for generations of aspiring and professional dancers. Steps also offers professional training programs which include the two-year Steps Conservatory, Summer Study NYC, International Independent Study Program, and Steps’ Steele Pilates Teacher Mat Certification.

Directed by Kate Thomas, The School at Steps cultivates young dancers, ages 18 mos. – 18 yrs., from their first step in a dance studio through their pre-professional training. Students discover their individual artistic voices in a creative environment with the guidance of an internationally recognized faculty. The personal attention the school provides encourages students to mature as dancers, grow as individuals, and enrich their passion for the art form. School at Steps graduates go on to dance with professional companies, study at top college dance programs, and perform on Broadway.

March 1, 2017 Posted by | LIFESTYLES, opportunity, Uncategorized, We Recommend | , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Submissions for Playwrights of Color!Dec 1 Deadline

2017 POCS Submissions

Quick Silver Theater Company’s

open (Blind) playwright submission process has begun.

The deadline for submissions is December 1st, 2016

For the second year in a row,

Quick Silver Theater Company has commited to the development of emerging playwrights of color.


Our Playwrights of Color Summit will offer three select playwrights a week long retreat in Geneva, NY.  Playwrights will receive a stipend, room and board.  A director and cast will be selected to work alongside each playwright.


Here is an opportunity to engage with like minded artists in an easeful environment.  A script in hand reading of your work will be presented at the end of the week followed by a skillfully guided talk back open to the  community of Geneva and your peers.

QST’s hosting campuses of Hobart and William Smith Colleges are just a stones throw away from Seneca Lake.  The peaceful environs of Geneva will spark your creative juices.   A secluded yet inspiring work space on the campus will also be provided.

Become a part of the annual process.

It’s all about the words.  Invigorate, Educate and Generate conversation.

We look forward to hearing from you.

This amazing experience should not be missed.

November 29, 2016 Posted by | BUSINESS, CULTURE, ENTREPRENEURS, opportunity, Uncategorized, We Recommend | , , , , , , | Leave a comment

NYC High School Students: Submit Dance Films for an Opportunity to Screen at Dance on Camera Festival! APPLY BY JANUARY 15


NYC High School Students: Submit Dance Films for an Opportunity to Screen at Dance on Camera Festival!


Submissions are now open for Capturing Motion NYC, Dance Films Association’s annual workshop series and dance film competition for students!

High school students from any of NYC’s five boroughs may submit dance films between 1-5 minutes in length. Our call for submissions will be open until January 15, 2017. Finalists and the winning film will screen at the 45th Annual Dance on Camera Festival (February 3 ‒ 7,2017) co-presented by Dance Films Association and the Film Society of Lincoln Center. In addition, DFA will partner with Choreoscope International Dance Film Festival in Barcelona, Spain to present the Capturing Motion NYC winning film.

Films should be between 1-5 minutes in length and feature dance as the main component. We accept dance films of all genres that address the relationship between dance and the camera. Any subject may serve as inspiration: social or street dance, dance in religious settings, professional dance, or non-dance images filmed so that they evoke dance, choreography, and movement in imaginative ways.

Click below to view the guidelines and submit films by 11:59PM EST on January 15, 2017. Email with any questions!

Bring Capturing Motion NYC to your school or organization!
Schedule a dance film workshop, master class, lecture, or screening led by an industry professional.
Dance Films Association works with high schools, after school programs, and arts organizations to program dance film workshops, master classes, lectures, and screenings led by industry professionals. In past years, we’ve collaborated with The Beacon School, Brownsville Academy High School, and Frank Sinatra School of the Arts, and with organizations such as Dancewave, the New Museum, and Abrons Arts Center.

See examples of past Capturing Motion NYC programs on our websiteand email to learn more!

Learn More
Dance Films Association receives generous support from our members and MINDBODY, CORE™, The New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, in partnership with the City Council, The Office of the Mayor Bill de Blasio, and Commissioner Tom Finkelpearl, as well as The New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew M. Cuomo and the New York State Legislature, the National Endowment for the Arts, Jody and John Arnhold, Dance and New Media Foundation, Funders for LGBTQ Issues, and Materials for the Arts. To support Dance Films Association and learn more, visit
Photos (top to bottom):

Still from THIS TOWN, 2016 Capturing Motion NYC Winning Film
Dir. Alexus Getzelmen, Tillie Simon, and Isabelle Sturges

Behind-the-scenes video from the YAK Films-led ChoreoCollective workshop at Abrons Arts Center, Spring 2016
Video by Brighid Greene

About DFA            |           Contact Us
Dance Films Association
252 Java Street Suite #333
Brooklyn, NY 11222
(347) 505-8649
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November 29, 2016 Posted by | ART, BUSINESS, CULTURE, ENTREPRENEURS, FILM, LIFESTYLES, opportunity, Uncategorized, We Recommend | , , , , , | Leave a comment

OPPORTUNITIES –Women Writers! Athena Film Festival Black List Mini-Lab — open for submissions


Athena Film Festival Black List Mini-Lab

We are excited to announce that the opt-in is open for our first Athena Film Festival Black List Mini-Lab on February 18-19, 2016 in New York City.

Female writers who meet the criteria detailed on can opt their scripts into consideration.

The Black List will invite four promising non-professional female writers to the MiniLab. Each writer will workshop one feature-length screenplay through one-on-one sessions with professional mentors. The Mini-Lab will also include a peer workshop. Screenplays submitted for consideration must include a strong female protagonist in a leadership role at the center of the story and should not objectify or stereotype women. Professional mentors will be announced in the weeks leading up to the Mini-Lab. The writers will also receive passes to attend the Athena Film Festival.

The selection process will work like this:

  • Ten female writers will be invited, based on the strength of their scripts as evaluated by the Black List screenplay evaluation service, to submit a one-page personal statement.
  • From those personal statements, four writers will be selected by the mentors, the Athena Film Festival and the Black List to participate in the workshops.


Travel and accommodations will not be provided for Mini-Lab participants. If you are applying to the Mini-Lab and do not live in the New York metropolitan area you will need to cover your own expenses. Some meals will be provided for the participants.


Note: In order for new script evaluations to qualify for the Mini-Lab, they must be purchased by midnight on the Evaluations Deadline.
Evaluations Deadline Submission Period ends Short List Notified Participants Notified Mini-Lab Dates
November 1 November 21 November 22 December 15 February 18-19

Register for writer membership


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October 17, 2015 Posted by | ART, BUSINESS, CULTURE, ENTREPRENEURS, LIFESTYLES, opportunity, We Recommend | , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS! – Film – 2015 Hamptons International Film Festival: Women Calling the Shots#NYWIFT

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NYWIFT at the 2015 Hamptons International Film Festival: Women Calling the Shots

The 2015 Hamptons International Film Festival: Women Calling the Shots will host a screening of short films made by Women In Film & Television members from around the world at the 23rd Annual Hamptons International Film Festival.

A joint venture of the Hamptons International Film Festival (HIFF) and New York Women In Film & Television (NYWIFT), Women Calling the Shots is in its 13th year of screenings. This series gives voice to the creative visions of women through film and video, including narrative, documentary, animation and experimental works.

NYWIFT invites its members, as well as members of Women in Film chapters from around the world to submit their short films for consideration for this program that is curated by NYWIFT and HIFF. No submission fee is required for applications.


  • This application must be submitted by email.
  • Included a one page synopsis for each submission.
  • SHORTS ONLY: Films must be 20 minutes or less in running time.
  • Film submission: Submit an online link. (Password must be good through October 9th, 2015. The submission will be disqualified if the review panel is unable to view the work with the link.)
  • To submit a film, download and complete the submission form and email to Multiple submissions must be sent as separate emails.
  • Non-English films must have subtitles.
  • Completion Date: Films must have been completed after May 31st, 2014.
  • Previous submissions will not be accepted.
  • Submitted films must not have been released theatrically or received a U.S. television broadcast.

Submissions must be RECEIVED at the NYWIFT Offices by Thursday, July 16th, 2015

Please Note: Submitting a film for the Women Calling the Shots showcase does not qualify as a submission of your film for the main slate of The Hamptons International Film Festival.


Now in its 23rd year, the Hamptons International Film Festival (HIFF) has screened the eventual Best Picture Oscar winner in 6 of the last 7 years (including Birdman in 2014) and is the only Festival on the East Coast with such a distinction. The Festival, with an impassioned and uniquely influential audience, attracts over 25,000 visitors to theaters across the picturesque New York communities of East Hampton, Southampton, Montauk, and Sag Harbor. With cash prizes handed out totaling more than $45,000, HIFF continues to attract some of the best films of the year.

Join the conversation on Twitter: #nywiftlive | @nywift

NYWIFT programs, screenings and events are supported, in part, by grants from New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council, and New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature.

New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council, and New York State Council on the Arts


July 3, 2015 Posted by | ART, BUSINESS, CULTURE, ENTREPRENEURS, FILM, LIFESTYLES, opportunity, Uncategorized, We Recommend | , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

#Opportunity –Film – FELLOWSHIPS – FILM INDEPENDENT PRODUCING LAB — Deadline 6/26/15

A great organization supporting Independent filmmakers once again opens applications for one of its vital lab workshops. Deadline for Applications : June 26, 2015.


Producers Lab

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Producing Lab

What is the Producing Lab?

An intensive seven-week program that takes place in Los Angeles every Autumn, Film Independent’s Producing Lab is designed to help filmmakers develop skills as creative independent producers. Producers apply with feature length narrative projects that they are in the process of producing; through the lab, fellows will develop a strategy and action plan for bringing their current projects to fruition.

The Producing Lab also helps to further the careers of the Lab Fellows by introducing them to film professionals who can advise them on both the craft and business of independent producing. Participants with qualifying projects are also eligible for a $30,000 production grant awarded by the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation.

Rocket Science movie poster


  • A pass to the Filmmaker Forum, which kicks off the Producing Lab
  • A pass to the Los Angeles Film Festival
  • A pass to the American Film Market
  • Inclusion in the FIND Talent Guide
  • Year-round support from Film Independent
  • Eligibility to receive production grants from Film Independent

Past Projects

Maryam Keshavarz’s Circumstance, Tina Mabry’s Mississippi Damned, Scott Prendergast’s Kabluey, Aric Avelino’s American Gun, and So Yong Kim’s In Between Days.

Past Advisors

Ram Bergman (Brick), Effie Brown (Rocket Science), Eric d’Arbeloff (Lovely and Amazing), Matthew Greenfield (The Good Girl), Ted Kroeber (American Gun), Gina Kwon (Me and You and Everyone We Know), Meg LeFauve (The Dangerous Lives of Altar Boys), Shelby Stone (Lackawanna Blues), and Ron Yerxa (Little Miss Sunshine).

Past Guest Speakers

Stephanie Allain (Hustle and Flow), Nicole Arbusto (casting director), Michael Donaldson (Donaldson & Callif), Craig Emanuel (Loeb & Loeb), Debra Grieco (The Assassination of Richard Nixon), Amy Israel (Shall We DanceHysterical Blindness), Sam Kitt (Future Films), Julie Lynn (Albert Nobbs), Peggy Rajski (Bee Season), and Janet Yang (Dark Matter).

Alfred P. Sloan Producers Grant

The Alfred P. Sloan Foundation will award one participant of Film Independent’s Producing Lab the annual Sloan Producers Grant. The recipient will receive a $25,000 development grant, admission to Film Independent’s Producing Lab, and year-round support from Film Independent.

The grant is funded by the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation, which seeks to create and develop new scripts and films about science and technology and to see them into commercial production with national and international distribution. The Sloan Foundation has screenplay development programs with the Tribeca, Sundance, and Hamptons Film Festivals, as well as other select independent partners and film schools.

To apply for the Sloan Producers Grant, the filmmaker must apply to the Producing Lab and provide a statement as to why the project deserves the grant and fulfills the mission of the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation. The applicant must be attached as producer and possess the rights to the script with which they are applying. The screenplay should have a scientific, mathematical, and/or technological theme and storyline, or have a leading character that is a scientist, engineer, or mathematician.

Documentaries and science fiction projects are not eligible for the Sloan Producers Grant.

Apply Now!

Applications for Producing Lab are OPEN

How to Apply

A maximum of ten projects will be selected for the lab. Producing teams are welcome to apply. To be eligible, applicants must be attached to produce a feature-length narrative film. Applicants must submit the following materials for consideration:

  • Cover Letter explaining your interest in the Producing Lab
  • Complete feature-length screenplay
  • Logline and synopsis
  • Bios of key cast and crew attached
  • Project status and history
  • Budget information and finance plan
  • Prior work sample (DVD or online link)
  • Non-refundable application fee ($45 Film Independent Member; $65 Non-Member)

Film Independent membership is not required when applying to Film Independent Artist Development Labs; however, all participants accepted into the labs are required to be Film Independent members at the standard rate of $95. Documentary, short film, and television projects are not eligible to apply. Submitted DVD materials will not be returned.

Selection Criteria

We are looking for talented producers with feature-length narrative film projects that are compelling, original, and demonstrate a filmmaker’s uniqueness of vision.  All projects must have directors attached. We do not require that the project have any financing in place, but want to see evidence that the creative team has given serious thought to the budget and can articulate why they have budgeted the film at a particular level.


Aside from the application fee, there is no tuition to attend Film Independent’s Artist Development Programs.

Film Independent offers the Filmmaker Labs to support emerging writers, directors, and producers in the development of their craft as well as their projects. We do ask that once completed, films that have been supported by the Labs include the end credit “Developed with the help of the Film Independent Filmmaker Labs” with the Film Independent logo.

Got questions? Click here for Filmmaker Labs FAQs.

For more information, please contact Angela Lee, Artist Development Manager, at 310.432.1262 or

June 16, 2015 Posted by | ART, BUSINESS, CULTURE, ENTREPRENEURS, FILM, LIFESTYLES, opportunity, We Recommend | , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

OPEN CALL — Designers! Jewelry! — Shopbop is Looking for the Next Great Jewelry Designer

Open Call: Shopbop is Looking for the Next Great Jewelry Designer

Shopbop Next Jewelry Designer Open Call

Shopbop is putting the focus on emerging talent with their first open call for the next big jewelry designer. For a limited time, you will have the opportunity to get your brand in front of their accessories buyers who will review and select their favorites for a chance to be featured on With brands like Alexis Bittar, Pamela Love and Vita Fede on the site, this is your chance to hang with a forward group of labels.

Interested? Follow these instructions:
  • Email:
  • Title your subject as “Open Call – Brand name here)”
  • Send images and a price line sheet of available product
  • Include a link to the brand website
  • Please only submit one email

Shopbop will review all submissions and reach out for any further information. The deadline to apply is March 15, 2015.



February 27, 2015 Posted by | ART, BUSINESS, ENTREPRENEURS, LIFESTYLES, opportunity, Uncategorized, We Recommend | , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

2015 Urban Bush Women Summer Leadership Institute

We always Strongly Recommend UBW training and participation.


2015 Urban Bush Women
Summer Leadership Institute
We Who Believe in Freedom Cannot Rest: Organizing for Racial Equity
July 24 – August 2, New Orleans, LA.

Are YOU outraged, hurt, indignant, moved to action by the mass incarcerations, violent policing and murder of Black people and People of Color in the U.S.?  We at Urban Bush Women are too, and we have planned our 2015 Summer Leadership Institute around our hunger for equity, with Michelle Alexander’s thought-provoking bestseller, The New Jim Crow: Mass Incarceration in the Age of Colorblindness as a research touchstone.Are YOU a professional dancer, someone who loves to move, someone who is new to movement, an artist, a culture bearer, a community organizer – Or a bit of all of these?JOIN Urban Bush Women and a broad cross-section of participants from around the country for a life-changing experience of dance and dialogue around the question that is being asked all across this country and the world – How do we institutionalize the notion that Black Lives Matter?Urban Bush Women invites you to participate in this unique 10-day Summer Leadership Institute, July 24 – August 2, 2015 in New Orleans, LA!Study with Urban Bush Women and our powerful partners, Junebug Productions and The People’s Institute for Survival and Beyond, in addition to dozens of experienced artists and organizers from around the country who make up the SLI faculty!
CLICK HERE for more information on how to apply!
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February 24, 2015 Posted by | ART, BUSINESS, CULTURE, ENTREPRENEURS, LIFESTYLES, opportunity, Uncategorized, We Recommend | , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

SF/F writers: apply now for Clarion and Clarion West

Applications are open for both the Clarion Writing Workshop at UC San Diego and the Clarion west workshop in Seattle, a pair of legendary, six-week intensive instructional summer workshops for aspiring science fiction and fantasy writers.

Cory Doctorow is a graduate of Clarion and volunteer on the board of its foundation and  has taught both workshops in the past — I’m teaching week six of the Clarion West workshop this year, along with Andy Duncan, Eileen Gunn, Tobias Buckell, Connie Willis and Nalo Hopkinson.

Clarion’s instructors this year are Christopher Barzak, Saladin Ahmed, James Patrick Kelly, Karen Joy Fowler, Maureen McHugh and Margo Lanagan.

Application – 2015 Clarion Workshop

Clarion West: Apply Now

February 3, 2015 Posted by | ART, BUSINESS, CULTURE, ENTREPRENEURS, opportunity, Uncategorized, We Recommend | , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

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