Tuesday, August 14, 2007

News and Updates

We have some new information to share with you about the Fallout Creative Community.

First of all, we are having a meeting this Thursday, August 16 at 7:30pm at the Red Rooster Coffeehouse to plan for the Art and Bicycle Spectacle which will be held Sunday, Sept. 2 at 508 N. Main. We're combining the Art and Music Party with the annual Bicycle Spectacle for one great shindig. We will also be discussing how we can use the art that we create at the party for our Fallout Float for the Gypsy Day Parade. We'd love your input on Thursday evening to make this a great party, and we'll be providing FREE NACHOS!

Next item: Since our mission is to foster a healthy creative community promoting creative collaboration, we are looking for diverse teams of creative people to tap into the imagination of a group to produce:

1. Fallout Creative Community Information Packet for people who are interested in getting involved, who represent people with limitations, and who may give support to the cause.

2. FCC Promotional Film. We have the equipment, but we need idea people/brainstormers, a crew: writers, cinematographer, grips, makeup, catering, etc.

3. FCC Website. We need a group effort to develop a practical yet ultra-creative site. Please let us know if you are interested in collaborating with any of these groups and sharing your ideas.

We'll be discussing those three things in greater detail and brainstorming/dreaming big during our next regular meeting, which is scheduled for Sunday, September 30 at the Red Rooster Coffeehouse at 5pm. Please note the location change since previously we've met at 508 N. Main. Does this day/time work for everyone?

Please, please, please, feel free to invite any and all to the Art and Bicycle Spectacle. It's going to be a great event with a variety of activities to appeal to all of the senses: music (listen or perform), sculpture, painting, collage, writing, and much more yet to be planned!

Thanks for your support and great ideas!

If you need/want further info, contact Dan (228-1064) or Rosanne (216-6251).

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