Wednesday, January 30, 2008

The NY Times calls SRU prof Mark Chase, "hypocritical". Awesome PR effort!

Tomorrow, at 7pm, Why We Fight will be shown at U Pitt-Titusville's Haskell Library Auditorium. It is free and open to the public.

Named after the series of short films by legendary director Frank Capra that explored America’s reasons for entering World War II, Why We Fight (winner of the Grand Jury Prize at the 2005 Sundance Film Festival) surveys a half-century of military conflicts, asking how – and answering why – a nation of, by and for the people has become the savings-and-loan of a government system whose survival depends on an Orwellian state of constant war.

Beginning with President Dwight D. Eisenhower’s prescient 1961 speech warning of the rise of the "military industrial complex," Why We Fight moves far beyond the headlines of various American military operations to the deeper questions of why America seemingly is always at war. What are the forces – political, economic, and ideological – that drive us to clash against an ever-changing enemy? Just why does America fight?

The life drawing group at The Hoyt Institute for Fine Arts in New Castle , PA needs (clothed) paid models:
The work is not difficult, 5-10 very short gestural poses, followed by several 10-30 minute poses. We are open to age, gender, body type. Also would like to hear from and sketchers, painters, sculptors in the general area that might be interested.

Email them for more info.

Anthony Colliano from Pittsburgh's Gargoyle Etertainment is looking for extras for a zombie short film.
. . . .we are shooting either in late March or early April. There is also a possibility we will also need a few lead roles filled. This film will be for the festival circuit this upcoming fall. We made it into Rhode Island International Horror Festival last fall with the short "Family Portrait" and we are looking to do more this fall. Anyone interested feel free to send a head shot and resume. If you don't have one yet that is fine we need a lot of zombie extras. Please serious inquiries only.

Email him

In the time it takes you to read this Britons will have bought 100 romance novels

Last week, Chief Marie Smith Jones, the only remaining native speaker of the Eyak language, died in her home in Anchorage, Alaska.

The Erie SeaWolves will be hosting their first ever Job Expo on Saturday, February 16, 2008 at the Erie Civic Center from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. All attendees will fill out an employment application and will be interviewed at the event

For more information, contact the SeaWolves at (814) 456-1300 .

Doodles, drafts, and designsIndustrial Drawings from the Smithsonian

That Truncheaon Thing blog is closing down, so let's feature some of their free and legal classic bootlegs before they're gone:

That's a whole lotta music y'all.

1 comment:

Moochie said...

What was your take on Prof. Chase's comment? I thought it was a valid question.

On another post - are you trying out for a zombie? You'd be perfect especially wearing your pirate pig get-up