Wednesday, June 13, 2007

Seneca’s Brother Bean is looking for some bands to play Thursday nights in the summer

The National Wildlife Federation is hosting a haiku contest

The Butler Art Center is hosting a tattoo contest on Friday, June 22nd as part of their “2nd Annual Painted Hog Show” Additionally, The Associated Artists of Butler County invites anyone who has had experience of breast cancer (directly, with family members, a friend, a relative, etc.) to showcase artwork that is inspired by that experience. The deadline is August 15th, 2007.

Speaking of tattoos, remember when we discussed KISSFM’s tattoo contest? The winner was apparently a woman who got a Mercedes Benz Emblem surrounded by flames tattooed on her hip. Class.

Registration is officially open for Pittsburgh's First Annual 48 Hour Film Project:On the weekend of August 3rd to the 5th 2007, local filmmakers across Pittsburgh will be competing in the 48 Hour Film Project’s tour to find “Pittsburgh's Best 48 Hour Film of 2007.” Local film teams will have just 48 hours to make a film – from writing and shooting to editing and adding music. The films will have their International Premier just 3 days later at several local theatres. Meadville’s Voodoo Brewing is set to open later this month.

Carolina Loyola-Garcia's video installation, "The need to wash the self with milk and honey," was pulled from the Three Rivers Arts Festival "Best of Pittsburgh 2007" exhibition because it includes nudity.

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