Do you want to write about Movies, TV, Anime, Arts, Comics, Games,
Literature or other art forms? Do you want to get your foot in the door
and enter the big-wide world of the online media and have your work read
and shared by millions of readers? We invite you to The Artifice:
The Artifice is an online magazine that covers a wide spectrum of art
forms. We do not run The Artifice, you do. The Artifice is collaboratively
built and maintained by your fellow writers. It is structured to let you
focus on the quality of the content while it deals with the exposure of it
to an audience of millions.
Instead of recycling the same entertainment news stories or publishing
commonplace editorials, The Artifice focus on unique topics that are
intellectually stimulating and meaningful.
You can write about a whole host of things for pleasure, passion and/or to
boost your CV with vital experience in this ever competitive media
Our current writers range from undergraduates, to graduates, to emeritus
professors and a bit of everyone in between.
Grab the opportunity and join our team of writers. Join now:
*** URGENT request for volunteers! Rend Collective at New Hope Church tomorrow, Thursday 10/30. Volunteers needed for ticket taking, security, merch etc.. Must be available from 4:30pm-midnight. Please contact Julia Record at- firstname.lastname@example.org ASAP if interested.***
Click here for a list of companies who will be participating in the FALL 2014 INTERNSHIP FAIR on Thursday, October 30th from 10:00 am-12:00 pm in the Curb Event Center! Come dressed to impress with plenty of resumes to submit.
Questions? Please contact Julie Jackson, Internship Coordinator, at 615-460-6438 or email@example.com.
We look forward to seeing you there!
December 2014 Graduates –
On Tuesday, November 11th from 5-6:00pm in the Vince Gill Room, the Curb College will bring in industry professionals to give you last minute advice for your job search.
Don’t miss this opportunity to meet someone new, to learn more about your area of interest, AND to be better prepared for life after Belmont.
You must RSVP here.
Questions? Email firstname.lastname@example.org
The second session of this 3 part series is this Friday, the 24th @ 10am in Massey 109.
Learn from tech startup Songspace how catalog management and creative teams work. In this session you'll learn everything from working in A&R, pitching music, registering songs with PROs to marketing music to film & TV music supervisors. Songspace's business product is used by companies like Secret Road Music Services (Los Angeles), mtheory (NYC) and 2 Chord Georgia Music (Nashville).
Friday, October 24th @ 10am – Massey 109
Friday, November 7th @ 10am – Massey 109
We hope to see you there!
Video shoot this Wednesday from 11:45am - 3pm and need extras. It's at Paradise Park for artist J.R. Moore. Should be a lot of fun!
Students/alumni/faculty are all welcome! Ask for Elise,Tyler, or Hilary when you arrive.
This is a great article for those of you needing additional resume tips.
Happy Fall Break!
As always - let me know if I can help in any way.
Tish Stewart - Career Development Specialist for the Curb College
Learn how top music industry professionals created their own luck and built the career of their dreams.
It's all here and more at Best Job Ever! Register now! www.bestjobever.org
SOLID University Outreach Committee invites you to join us on Twitter for the first ever #SOLIDCHAT on Wednesday, October 15th at 7:00pm CST. We will be interviewing producer, writer, and engineer and SOLID Alumni, Scott Gerow about his experience in the sync world. He has produced music for and placed songs in How I Met Your Mother, Army Wives, Prison Break, Sons of Anarchy, Burn Notice, Saving Grace and many more.
Use the hashtag #SOLIDCHAT to join!
Here's the Facebook link: https://www.facebook.com/events/550978401714622/?ref_dashboard_filter=upcoming&sid_reminder=7443109694685577216
Sony/ATV Music Publishing - All Access Belmont Curb College
NASHVILLE, Tenn., Oct. 1, 2014 – As part of an effort to connect students with industry professionals, The Mike Curb College of Entertainment & Music Business at Belmont University has partnered with Sony/ATV Music Publishing for the “All Access” program which gives students a pathway to share their talent and work with the world’s leading music publisher and gives the Sony/ATV team the opportunity to discover potential talent at Belmont University.
Sony/ATV Music Publishing Nashville President and CEO Troy Tomlinson said, “We make a real point at Sony/ATV of being part of the community in Nashville and this new partnership with Belmont is a great example of that. We know the University is overflowing with talented students and by launching the All Access program we will now have a direct way to identify them so we can help them to reach their full potential. This is all about uncovering the next generation of songwriters and artists.”
Through the program, students will have the opportunity to have two songs reviewed by the Sony/ATV Music Publishing Creative Team. The Creative Team will then select a limited number of students to perform their songs live for the SONY/ATV team during showcases held each semester. After the live performances, the SONY/ATV team will extend an invitation to a limited number of students to experience "a day in the Sony/ATV studio with an engineer.”
James I. Elliott, Chair of Songwriting in the Curb College of Entertainment and Music Business, added, “This is a wonderful opportunity for our students to have their music heard by Troy Tomlinson and his Creative Team. We look forward to the process and have high hopes that Sony ATV Music Publishing will discover some future hit makers at Belmont.” ...read the rest of the press release here.
Any student in the Curb College may submit 2 songs to the email address provided by Sony/ATM Music Publishing.
Details for delivery of music is described below:
- Songs must be submitted via YouTube links to Allaccess.email@example.com
- Each submission must include complete information on the student(s) in the video including name of each person in video, complete song information and contact information.
- Songs may be original or covers of published songs that have not been released as radio singles.
- A representative from Sony/ATV Music Publishing will contact those students they wish to see perform live
- Deadline for submissions: November 15, 2014