Saturday, August 29, 2009
Friday, August 28, 2009
Monday, August 24, 2009
September 24th - 27th 2009 Atlanta, GA
Click HERE to pay TODAY!
All 2009 ISMS registrants receive:
All Access laminate badge for all 4 Nights and 3 Days for all
official summit and showcase events. registrants receive a copy of the
ISMS Directory, the ISMS Compilation CD and the ISMS Bag full of
promotional items and creative ISMS inserts. you’ll have access to all
panels, workshops, networking parties, keynotes,artist
showcases,exhibitors,sponsors and select restaurants during the
The ISMS is the most affordable and musician friendly event of it's
kind in the country. You, your band or music industry related business
need to be represented at this event. Networking at this music summit
will provide you with the tools and contacts to take your music
business skills to the next level; but you must register to attend and
receive the ISMS laminate.
Join Liberated Muse Productions in September for the International Soul Music Summit. Enjoy the two for one deal above and hop on Travelocity to take care of your flight and hotel costs. The registration deal for the summit above is an EXCLUSIVE we are able to offer our members.
We are not going to travel down by car as earlier mentioned, but there are plenty of travel options by air.
We found this deal today: CLICK HERE.
We will hook up as a group once we get down to Atlanta. The hotel info is as follows:
RENAISSANCE ATLANTA HOTEL DOWNTOWN
590 West Peachtree Street NW
Atlanta, Georgia 30308 USA
ISMS Hotel Rate Special Code: imsimsa
The International Soul Music Summit
September 24th - 27th 2009 Atlanta, GA
Visit the International Soul Music Summit site for more details on the summit's activities.
Check the photos out below of Liberated Muse Productions at the 2008 International Soul Music Summit in Atlanta, GA
(Photos by Liberated Muse Productions, All Rights Reserved)
Sunday, August 23, 2009
Saturday, August 22, 2009
Those of us who attended the concert didn't really care though if it was a gimmick. We were so happy to have a high-quality act like Devaughn to be performing in the area for FREE that we lapped it up happily. The concert last year, which took place in Fort Dupont Park, off of Minnesota Ave., SE, was actually part of the summer concert series National Park Services puts on each summer.
However, the concert last year was the last of the series and actually different because the appearance of Raheem Devaughn was a deviation from the acts that typically are part of the Fort Dupont summer concert series. Most of the acts who appear at Fort Dupont are older acts that appeal to an older demographic between the ages of 45 and up. Raheem Devaughn, with his Marvin Gaye-esque vocal style has fans as young as the teens to the 40-somethings.
So, how happy we were to find out at the Capital Hip Hop Soul Fest that just passed on July 25 that Kindred, the Family Soul was the surprise guest for the final day of the Fort Dupont Summer Concert series. Councilmember Yvette Alexander of Ward 7 let the cat of the bag happily and we spread the word immediately on Facebook. Kindred, the wife and husband music duo are a perfect end to a summer of soul! Make sure you bring your lawn chairs, blankets and plenty of H20 because this one is sure to be packed! Listen to some of their music HERE and Get details for today's event HERE.
Friday, August 21, 2009
Thursday, August 20, 2009
Featured artists include Liberated Muse members Terence Nicholson (http://www.liberatedmuse.com/profile/TerenceNicholson), and James Terrell (http://www.liberatedmuse.com/profile/JamesTerrell).
This exhibit runs through Friday, September 25 at Honfleur Gallery, 1241 Good Hope Rd. SE Washington D.C. Admission is free. You can read more in the latest Port of Harlem issue where member, photographer Camille Pasley-Mosley is on the cover. http://www.portofharlem.net/
Visit Liberated Muse at: http://www.liberatedmuse.com/
Wednesday, August 12, 2009
CALL TO VISUAL ARTISTS ON LIBERATED MUSE
In celebration of the new publication Liberated Muse Volume I: How I Freed My Soul, Liberated Muse Productions is accepting visual art submissions to be displayed in a two month-long exhibition upon the walls of a beloved Washington DC spot, the Potter's House. The Potter's House is home to monthly art events and is a restaurant and bookstore that has a loyal and large patronage. Liberated Muse is seeking works of art (painting, photography, mixed media/collage, works on paper, prints (including giclee, lithographs and limited/open editions) to be exhibited at The Potter's House from September 11, 2009-December 1, 2009 and available for sale.
DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSION: Wednesday, August 26, 2009 (There are no submission fees).
This opportunity is open to artists who are members of www.LiberatedMuse.com and reside in the Washington DC Metropolitan Area, including Baltimore and its surrounding surburbs.
Artists working in the following disciplines are invited to participate: painting, photography, mixed media/collage, works on paper, prints (giclees, lithographs, etc.) and textile. All works must be creations made by the artist within the last 2 years.
Sales/Commission: All work will be for sale. Proceeds from the work sold: 70% to the artist and 30% to The Potter's House. The Potter's House will handle all sales for the artist. It is highly recommended that artwork be priced under $500 for this venue.
Insurance and Liability: The Potter's House will insure artwork exhibited at the premises.(More information on contract of understanding that accepted artists will be expected to sign).
Delivery of Artwork: All artwork should be hand delivered to The Potter's House on Friday, September 11, 2009 from 9:00 a.m. until 12:00 p.m. Liberated Muse will not be responsible for delivery of artwork to the venue.
Reproduction and Promotion: Liberated Muse reserves the right to photograph and document all works for publicity and internet use. Copyright and artist's name will be applied to all artwork used for these purposes.
Time Line for Exhibition:
Drop Off Work: September 11, 2009
Exhibition Opens: September 11, 2009
Exhibition Closes: December 1, 2009*
Pick up works: (TBA)*
*Subject to change. Artists will be notified within two weeks of the pick up for artwork.
NOTE: It is the Artist's responsibility to pick up unsold artwork at the end of the exhibition. Liberated Muse nor The Potter's House will be responsible for artwork left after the end of the exhibition.
We would like all submissions to be relevant to our theme of "freedom". We would like artists to be aware that the Potter's House is a venue that is often used for religious conference, so the art selected will be respectful of the many uses of the space.
- Email submissions only.
The emails should provide: (1) jpeg images of the artworks, (2) current artist's statement, (3) biography and (4) resume.
- A list which includes the following information must accompany the email: (a) dimensions (indicate whether the sizes are based on framed or unframed artwork), (b) medium, (c) year created, (d) name of the artwork and (e) price of featured works.
- Artist may submit no more than five (5) artworks for consideration.
- Prints or Works on Paper must be framed and ready to hang. Unframed canvas works must be wired and ready to hang.
- Contact information from the artist including name, address, and telephone number where he/she can be reached.
Submission Instructions: Please forward all the above by August 26, 2009 to Sharon Burton (Gemini Visions) at firstname.lastname@example.org
All artists will be notified of selections by email by September 2, 2009.
Monday, August 10, 2009
Wednesday, August 5, 2009
We would like to congratulate them on their upcoming tv performance on America's Best Dance Crew on MTV and want the entire Liberated Muse community to vote for them to stay on the show. Check out the video below Liberated Muse member MYST studios took on the spot when the wonderful dance crew obliged to an impromtu dance at the request of a little girl who is a big fan. Click here to view video on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Liberated-Muse/21953095543?ref=ts#/video/video.php?v=110032803199
Tuesday, August 4, 2009
Saturday, August 1, 2009
Julianne Brienza, Director of the Capital Fringe Fest talks to those who participated in the "Does Art Matter" discussion. She opened Fringe Fest headquarters for the conversation to take place.