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David
04-26-2007, 08:28 PM
On Tuesday, May 1st, I'll be on da panel of Becoming an Internet Phenomenon (http://calendar.walkerart.org/event.wac?id=3841) at the Walker Art Center with a few friends and ironically enough, one of my own father's former students (Mike Fotis of Ferrari McSpeedy.) Come see me spout whatever it is I may say. Wisdom maybe? Fear not. You'll definitely get what you paid for; it's free!

Tuesday, May 1
7:00 pm to 9:00 pm
Walker Art Center Cinema
$$Free$$

Hear from artists and organizations that have had success getting their work seen and heard on the Internet. This panel discussion, moderated by Chris Roberts and Carolyn Petrie, will be useful to individual artists of all disciplines and arts organizations who want to utilize the web as part of their career or marketing strategy.

Moderators: Carolyn Petrie, freelance theatre critic and writer and Chris Roberts, host of “The Local Show” on Minnesota Public Radio

Panelists: Kathleen Kvern (mnartists.org (http://mnartists.org)), Hans Eisenbeis (The Current (http://minnesota.publicradio.org/radio/services/the_current/)), David DeYoung (Howwastheshow.com (http://Howwastheshow.com)), Emma Berg (mplsart.com (http://mplsart.com)), Nate Schroeder (Walker Art Center), Mike Fotis (Ferrari McSpeedy (http://www.ferrarimcspeedy.com)) and Chuck Olson (filmmaker, mnstories (http://www.mnstories.com) and Blogumentary (http://www.blogumentary.org)).

Becoming an Internet Phenomenon is a coproduction of Springboard for the Arts (http://www.springboardforthearts.org) and mnartists.org.

Details: http://calendar.walkerart.org/event.wac?id=3841

Culture Bully
04-27-2007, 11:00 PM
RSVP to the max

David
04-30-2007, 01:01 PM
Wow. Looks like mnartists will be webcasting this live.

However, still come if you can and be part of the "studio audience," as it were.

Becoming an Internet Phenomenon
Panel Discussion

St. Paul, MN - (April 24, 2007)... You can become an Internet Phenomenon! Springboard for the Arts, in partnership with mnartists.org, presents "Becoming an Internet Phenomenon," a free panel discussion. On Tuesday, May 1st, from 7pm-9pm at the Walker Art Center Cinema (1750 Hennepin Ave., Minneapolis), local experts will share their experiences with MySpace, YouTube, Flickr, mnartists.org, blogs, social networking, virtual marketing, and more. This discussion is useful to individual artists of all disciplines and arts organizations that want to utilize the web as part of their career or marketing strategy. There is no fee to attend, and all attendees are asked to pre-register online at www.springboardforthearts.org, or by calling 651-292-4381.

This panel discussion will be moderated by Carolyn Petrie, freelance theatre critic and writer, and Chris Roberts, host of "The Local Show" on Minnesota Public Radio. Panelists include: Kathleen Kvern (mnartists.org), Hans Eisenbeis (The Current 89.3), David DeYoung (howwastheshow.com), Emma Berg (mplsart.com), Nate Schroeder (Walker New Media Dept.), Brian Beatty (writer and comedian), Chuck Olsen (filmmaker, Blogumentary) and Chank Diesel (type designer, chank.com).

In addition to this opportunity, "Becoming an Internet Phenomenon" will be webcasted live on mnartists.org, and made available to view online following its original webcast.

Springboard for the Arts is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that connects artists with the skills, contacts, information and services they need to make a living and a life.

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David
05-02-2007, 07:01 AM
Video podcast coming soon to this location:

http://channel.walkerart.org/detail.wac?id=3842

I think we had fun. Pat O'Brien and Culturebully were there. And Coot. The cinema had a pretty good sized crowd.

David
05-07-2007, 11:17 AM
Video podcast coming soon to this location.

Soon is now. But it's just audio apparently.

http://channel.walkerart.org/detail.wac?id=3842

Just press play.

I go third, after Brian talks about Vonnegut's asshole and Chank talks about fonts, about 22 minutes in.