11/27/2023

Free & Discounted Events - November & December

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from the

LEAGUE OF PROFESSIONAL

THEATRE WOMEN


ORAL HISTORY PROJECT:

SUSAN STROMAN INTERVIEW

*FREE*


Friday, November 17th at 6pm


Susan Stroman

Five Time Tony Award® winner


Interviewed by Sharon Washington

Tony Award® nominee

Bruno Walter Auditorium 

New York Public Library for the Performing Arts

at Lincoln Center


65th Street on Amsterdam Ave, NYC


Produced by Ludovica Villar-Hauser


*FREE*


First come first seated. Please plan to arrive early to avoid disappointment.

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from NYWIFT

Join NYWIFT for the next installment of their Masterclass Series: Feature Film Budgeting with Sirad Balducci running December 4, 11, and 18 at 6:30 PM ET. Budgeting a feature film can be daunting and overwhelming for any filmmaker, whether they are newcomers or seasoned professionals, and it is a critical step towards getting your movie financed.

 

In this three-part masterclass, we will demystify the budgeting process, offering insights into script breakdown and shoot schedules and covering fundamental budgeting basics. We’ll explore how to effectively collaborate with producers, directors, and department heads, and impart strategies to align your movie’s production plan with the creative vision of the project. The class is geared toward independent feature films in the 5M range, but also can be applied to short films as well. Materials and budgeting software trials will be provided prior to the start of the class and a Q&A will follow each session. 


COALITION MEMBERS: Use code Budget20 for 20% off when you register here!

INDIVIDUAL MEMBERSHIPS


Whether or Not You are an Organizational Member, 

You Are Now Able to Join the Women in the Arts & Media Coalition! 

With our new Individual Memberships, you no longer need to be a member through your organizational affiliation. For artists and media professionals who are not currently affiliated with one of our member organizations, this is a way to join our community. For artists and media professionals who are affiliated with one of our full member organizations, this is a way to receive additional perks and support the Coalition. 


As an individual member, you will be able to:


  • Attend all events, in person and virtual (with coalition discount if paid event);
  • Receive all newsletters, including the NEW WAMCollaboration Newsletter;
  • Access to our NEW WAMCollaboration Google Group (connecting artists for collaborative opportunities);
  • Be included in our NEW online Directory of Members and their disciplines, with links to social media (with or without contact information as preferred);
  • Serve on committees;
  • Receive perks and discounts; 
  • Submit your events (if free or discounted to Coalition members) to be posted and shared in our Newsletters, Blog, and/or Communal Calendar;
  • Submit to all of our prizes and contests for FREE.


Individual Memberships are only $25 per year.

($15 per year DONATION REQUESTED for members of our full member organization to cover the administrative costs of registering you.)


IF YOU HAVE APPLIED FOR AN INDIVIDUAL MEMBERSHIP, YOU WILL BE HEARING FROM US SOON

INDIVIDUAL MEMBERSHIP FORM

Student Memberships

With our new Individual Student Memberships, you can join the Women in the Arts and Media Coalition for ONLY $10 PER YEAR. To be eligible for a student membership, one must be actively studying their discipline, and not yet a practicing professional. You do not need to be matriculated in a graduate, undergraduate, or professional full-time program.


Student members will have their own directory and their own Google Group. There is also a separate Student Collaboration Award to which student members can submit. 


IF YOU HAVE APPLIED FOR A STUDENT MEMBERSHIP, YOU WILL BE HEARING FROM US SOON

STUDENT MEMBERSHIP FORM


COLLABORATION AWARDS


The $1,000 Collaboration Award and additional honorable mentions are designed to encourage professional women in the arts and media from different specializations to work collaboratively on the creation of a new artistic work. The aim of the award is to encourage women to work collaboratively with women of other disciplines. Eligible teams may submit any form of creative collaboration on a new work that had its first public performance within the last two years. A public performance can include, but is not limited to a staged reading, gallery show, screenings, concert series, etc. Due to the NEW Individual Memberships, you will no longer need to be a member of a member organization to be eligible for submission. You can now apply by joining the Coalition as an Individual Member. Members of our full member organizations will need to register.



The WAMCollaboration Google Group & Newsletter! The Women in the Arts and Media Coalition is creating a WAMCollaboration Google Group that will allow artists to network and seek out collaborators for their projects. Start finding collaborators now; the submission process will begin soon.

Conversations in America:
2020 Vision - The Year We Saw Everything

You can still see Conversations in America: 2020 Vision - The Year We Saw Everything, a compilation of short plays and films, monologues, songs, and more.
Special thanks to SAG-AFTRA and WomenArts who were gold sponsors of the event.
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