Tuesday, December 11, 2012

New Short Story Competition For SA

Dear Readers

If you are a Writer or want to be a Writer this competition is for you.

Presented by Mondays At St Clements this short story competition now in its third year
is open for entries.

Precisely 100 words, no more, no less.

This short story competition is in celebration of National Short Story Day.

Here are the rules:

  • length:  100 words (excluding title) 
  • stories of more or less than 100 words will be disqualified
  • entries by email to kwasuka1@mweb.co.za
  • state author's name and wordcount
  • use large font: eg Times New Roman 14pt.
  • author of winning story will receive a presentation box of wine
  • stories will be adjudicated by David Basckin 
  • author's names will be deleted for adjudication
  • a maximum number of 5 entries per person
  • stories submitted for previous competitions will not be accepted
  • closing date:  Monday 3 June 2013
  • the top ten stories will be published in le petit dejeuner 3 
  • all stories will be read at Mondays At St Clements over 2 nights 
Best of luck! 

Source - Mondays At St Clements 

Sunday, October 28, 2012

The FNB Whisky Live Festival is coming

The largest and liveliest whisky festival to rock South Africa

Showcasing whiskies from all around the world, the FNB Whisky Live Festival is the largest, whisky and lifestyle event of its kind and attracts more visitors than any other whisky festival globally. Now celebrating its 10th year, the 2012 FNB Whisky Live Festival has grown from strength to strength reflecting the demand and expansion opportunities for whisky and related luxury products in the South African market.

The FNB Whisky Live Festival makes its way to Durban from 1 to 2 November at the Durban International Convention Center and end in Johannesburg from 7 to 9 November 2012 at the Sandton Convention Center. 

The festival will be open between 18h00 – 22h00 daily.
Since launching in 2002, the FNB Whisky Live Festival has succeeded in breaking away from the conventional exhibition style event to showcase a fresh take on the world of whisky, and in doing so, constantly attracting newcomers to the festival and the whisky category as a whole.
“With the growing interest from females and the 25-35 year old age group, the festival enjoyed a footfall of over 18000 patrons last year.The decision to kick off a month earlier and include Durban in the mix was a natural progression”, says Sian Neubert, co-organiser of the festival.

With regular Whisky Live festivals held in global cities like London, Paris, Tokyo and New York, the FNB Whisky Live Festival in South Africa is regarded as the world’s ultimate place to live, breathe, experience and learn to love whisky.

“The FNB Whisky Live Festival has become an iconic international event on the South African social calendar and as the title sponsor First National Bank is delighted with the growth the event has shown in recent years. Congratulations to the founders of the festival on celebrating its 10th year.  Your passion and dedication has not gone unnoticed and has been the key to making the FNB Whisky Live Festival the benchmark in international spirit festivals.  Taking the festival to Durban for the first time this year is testament to its popularity and we are sure KwaZulu Natal will also have an opportunity to experience all the wonders Whisky has to offer.   We look forward to creating even more memorable experiences at the 2012 festival,” says Bernice Samuels, FNB Chief Marketing Officer.

The success of the FNB Whisky Live Festival is largely attributed to the experiential edutainment format which ensures that visitors, whether passionate connoisseurs of the elixir that is whisky, a first-time taster, or an every-day enthusiast keen to learn, see, and taste more from life. The FNB Whisky Live Festival has something for everyone. Every glass of dram – new or old – holds some new mystery, some new discovery.

Top stops on this journey of discovery?

1. The Tasting Hall
Travel the whisky trails of the world in our Tasting Hall where over 180 whiskies are available for sampling.  The Tasting Hall is also home to a variety of wonderful first-come, first-serve educational and entertainment zones. 

2. The Whisky Workshops
But why stop there when the journey could lead you into one of our world-renowned whisky workshops, where global master distillers reveal the secrets that go into every drop of every dram? Hosted by whisky experts in private rooms away from the crowd, these one-hour tutorials not only open up a world of discovery, they provide the opportunity to taste unique whiskies generally not available in the Tasting Hall or even in South Africa.

3. The Whisky Lifestyle Lounge & The Connoisseur's Experience
The Whisky Lifestyle Lounge is the perfect place to entertain and network with friends and clients in complete luxury, while tasting unique whiskies not available to the masses.

But if you’re really looking to impress, or just treat yourself – we recommend The Connoisseur’s Experience – The Ultimate Guided Whisky Tour. Arrive in chauffeur-driven luxury; take a personalised guided tour of the festival; marvel at ‘Connoisseurs-only tastings’; and finish with a deluxe dinner in the Whisky Lifestyle Lounge. With only two tours per night and extremely limited numbers, tickets do sell out. Book early. 

Ticket Sales Open: August2012.  

Please follow us on Twitter @WhiskyLiveSA and Facebook.com/FNBWhiskyLiveFestival

The FNB Whisky Live Festival promotes responsible drinking. No persons under the age of 18 years old will be allowed into the Tasting Hall, and designated driver tickets are available. Discounted food vouchers and a bottle of Valpre mineral water are included in the ticket price, and taxis will be on hand to ensure that everyone in your party is able to have a good time.

The FNB Whisky Live Festival 2012

Thursday, 1st November to Friday, 2nd November 2012
Durban International Convention Centre
18h00 – 22h00 Daily

 Wednesday, 7th November to Friday, 9th November 2012
Sandton Convention Centre
18h00 – 22h00 Daily

(Source - FNB Whisky Live Festival) 

Wednesday, October 24, 2012

Here comes Mobile Web Africa 28 and 29 Nov Jozi

Yes Folks, MobileWeb in Africa 2012 is arriving soon in Jozi.
Dates:  28 & 29 Nov
Featuring some of the hottest topics in the mobile world.
Fantastic Speakers from all over Africa.
Website:  www.mobilewebafrica.com

Wednesday, October 17, 2012

Auditions for Buskers VandA Waterfront Cape Town

V&A Waterfront Audition for Buskers.

We will be hosting the busker auditions on Saturday, 20 October from 09h30 at the V&A Lookout venue.
We are looking to source fresh new buskers for the period November 2012 – January 2013. Please could you pass the message on to your networks and data base.

We are looking for various types of entertainers – Dancing, singing, music , magic, kids entertainment, etc.

Please do note, you cannot make use of structures or amplification as the site does not allow for it. Only people over the age of 18 can audition – very important.

Source - Pansa 

Monday, October 15, 2012

Give your audience a serious wedgie by @DouglasKruger

This week professional speaker, author and trainer Douglas Kruger writes for us.

Douglas Kruger


Douglas Kruger

Scores of corporate presentations today still suffer from the scourge of the dreaded Document-Speak. Document-Speak is a sort of social virus. One person does it in public and the whole company catches it.
Diagnosing Document-Speak:
It happens when an otherwise friendly, warm-blooded human being ceases to sound human and starts sounding like a legal brief. They stand up before an audience and their sentences become longer. They hide behind formality and distance. They go to great pains to appear as emotionally deceased as language can help them to achieve. For a coup de grace, they generally back it all up with a mind-numbing litany of PowerPoint slides. The end result is predictable: mass air-gulping among the audience. When the speaker leaves the room, their points become mist rather than memories.
There is a better way:
Experienced speakers know that public speaking is a thrillingly powerful medium. The human mind sits up and takes notice when another human speaks with passion and conviction. We’re wired that way. But passion and conviction are choices, and their design is largely informed by language.
What sort of language?
Good speakers don’t do Document-Speak. They practice the alternative: High-Impact speak. High-Impact speak is emotive, creative and vivid. It gets you noticed and it keeps your messages front of mind, long after you’ve left.
Looking for a little electricity in your own presentations? Use the following six devices to add sizzle to your sentences:
1. Start by sounding human
When you chat with your friends, would you use a sentence like, “It is has come to my notice, in terms of our internal policies, that wasteful expenditure is causing a detrimental effect upon our bottom-line profits”? Doubtful. A human being would say, “We’re wasting too much and it’s hurting us.”
Remember that you are the thought-leadership in the room. When your audience perceives that you have slipped into ‘formal speech delivery’ mode, they will subconsciously switch off. It’s as if you have given them the cue: ‘Here comes the speechy stuff; you may all go to sleep. I’ll wake you when I’m really communicating again.’ A conversational tone keeps them engaged.
2. Craft interesting titles
Yes, you can deliver an address titled ‘A Critical Look at the History and Production of Fireworks.’ But how much more engaging to have the MC say, ‘Help me to welcome Joe, with his speech titled ‘Bang! – Making the Fire Work!’
One of my keynote speeches is about the topic of personal initiative. I call it ‘The Rules of Hamster Thinking.’ Your title is an opportunity to create interest before you even stand to speak. Take the time to develop a hook.
3. Metaphors help you to sum up complex ideas quickly
Certainly, you can show a busy graph depicting the in’s and out’s of any idea. Or you could simply use a metaphor that captures the essence of the idea, and say, “It’s like…”
On the runaway success television show, Top Gear, British presenter Richard Hammond once described a Porsche’s rear-mounted engine as being, “A bit like building a pyramid with the pointy bit at the bottom.”
Metaphors sum up complex ideas quickly. Most of the detail in corporate presentations is superfluous, because there is a world of difference between mere information and actual message. Information requires graphs. Message can be done with metaphors.
Professional speakers and trained Toastmasters rarely use fussy PowerPoint graphs. They know that having information is only half of a speaker’s job. Communicating that information in impactful and memorable ways is the full obligation.
4. Repeat catch-phrases often and your point will be remembered
Simple. Memorable. Easy to repeat.
Advertisers know the value of a good catch-phrase, and top speakers understand it too. Remember the old war-time phrase ‘Loose lips sink ships’? That’s the kind of easy-to-repeat mnemonic slogan you should develop and use often in your presentations.
5. Alliteration adds impact
In one of my contest speeches, I spoke about the glib nature of self-help quick fixes. I packaged it in the following sentence: “The treadmill of self-improvement churns out Kellogg’s Rice Competitors, Kentucky Fried Performers, Supersized McMen and Women; egos bigger than buildings.” Alliteration adds musicality to your sentences. Its rapid-fire nature also helps you to create the impression of being ‘on a roll’ when you speak, which adds to the perception of passion.
6. Visual devices bring dry information to life
Don’t just give information. Create mental pictures. The human mind becomes more engaged when points are delivered in story form, with character, setting, emotion and the description of action. We do not ‘feel’ a PowerPoint graph the way that we feel a story.
Use language that creates the perception that you are ‘re-living’ the story as you tell it, and you will pin souls to seats and set fire to minds. Best of all, you will be remembered.
The next time you pen a presentation, challenge yourself to raise the bar on your use of language. Remember that Document-Speak kills speeches. High-Impact language gives your script mouth-to-mouth. The human mind sits up and takes notice when a person speaks with passion and conviction. Take the time and trouble to design language that captures the imagination – give them a linguistic wedgie! – and your audiences will thank you for it.

Douglas Kruger is a 5 x winner of the SA Championships for Public Speaking and author of '50 Ways to Become a Better Speaker.' Read about his topics or see him in action at www.douglaskruger.co.za. Connect with him on Linked In or Twitter: @douglaskruger. Email:kruger@compute.co.za 

Friday, October 5, 2012

Opportunities in Theatre, Art, Acting, Writing and More

We have quite a few opportunities here via Pansa

SA Auditions to find the ultimate Whitney Houston impersonator
Showtime Australia is conducting a world-wide search for the ultimate Whitney Houston impersonator for a new tribute show called "The Greatest Love of All". Nationwide auditions will be held in South Africa in October 2012. A singer with a superb voice is being sought to take the coveted lead role as Whitney Houston.

Durban at the Sibaya Casino, 7 October at 13h00

Each artist interested in auditioning must send a CV, a current headshot and an audio demo to sales@showtime.net.au by no later than 1 October. Artists accepted into the audition will be notified via e-mail with an audition time, will be required to perform a Whitney song and must bring their own backing CD.

Showtime Australia has produced some of the world’s top tribute shows including Queen – It’s a Kinda Magic. The rampant popularity of these concerts is driven by Showtime’s ability to transport audiences to a time and place they once loved. 

Closing October 12 | 5pm
Rob Drummer, freelance Director and Producer is visiting South Africa this Spring to work with emerging playwrights across South Africa with a view to discovering bold, contemporary new plays for production in the UK.  Working out of the Market Theatre and Baxter Theatre and spending time in Johannesburg, Durban and Cape Town, Rob is looking for diverse new writing to champion both in South Africa and the UK.
Read full article on the PANSA website, click here

Drama for Life (JHB) Call for 2013 Postgraduate Admissions and Scholarship applications
Drama For Life invite all interested outstanding Performers, Theatre-Makers, Performing Arts Managers, Arts Educators, Community-Based Theatre Practitioners and Drama Facilitators working in Capacity Development, HIV/AIDS, Civic Society, Health Education, Arts Therapies, Universities and Arts & Culture to apply for admissions and become part of Africa’s future generation of artistic leaders through the Drama for Life Postgraduate Programme. Drama for Life has alumni and scholars from fifteen African countries namely, Botswana, Cameroon, Ghana, Kenya, Namibia, Swaziland, Lesotho, Mozambique, Malawi, Tanzania, Zambia, Rwanda, South Africa, Uganda, and Zimbabwe
Full article is on the PANSA website, click here

The Spier Arts Academy offers employment-based training in professional mosaic. Apply now for 2013. 
Based in Cape Town's Innovation district - the Fringe- this three year, full-time apprenticeship focuses on mosaic art and includes tuition in drawing, art history and business skills - enabling apprentices to jumpstart their creative careersand run their own successful enterprises.

For application forms or more information email: info@spierartsacademy.co.za or
Visit - Union House, 25 Commercial Street Cape Town
Call: 021 465 9029

Source - Pansa

Book Launch

There will be a book launch in Durban at Alliance Francaise for 
Le Petit Volume 2 - The second in the volume of short stories from the 
Mondays At St Clements short story competition.  Come and hear
the writer's read their own stories and get your own copy.  

Entrance Free.
Time 6pm
Date 8 October

For table bookings find more details here -  http://www.facebook.com/events/270617279707573/
Visit their Facebook page - Mondays At St Clements

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Tuesday, October 2, 2012

#Auditions for Indian #Actors

Auditions coming up

Looking for an Indian couple aged between 45 & 65. It's for a phone shoot. It will take place in Durban but the production will fly you there. The casting is tomorrow in Blaigowrie. It has to be a proud Mother with a Nerdy Husband. It pays between 4500 & 7000. Shooting between the 18th & 19th of October 2012. Please urgently 
email me photo's  to tumi@djssa.com

Source - DJ's Model Agency 

Auditions tomorrow 

CASTING for All kinds of Indian
characters Male, Female, kids from 10
yrs upwards... For a TVC for a cell
phone provider gross pay is over a
R1000 for the day if chosen, there is auditions tomorrow only in Durban
from 10am to 3pm plz email me if
keen... sasha@gobigproductions.net or add me to BBM 27B6D4C1

Source - Go Big Productions 

Thursday, September 27, 2012

Dance #Auditions in #Durban coming up

The Playhouse is looking for Dancers for upcoming shows.

Here are all the details:

Calling all classically-trained contemporary dancers AND krumpers / street dancers / hip hop dancers!

The Playhouse Company is holding auditions for the above dance genres for possible inclusion in the Christmas Extravaganza concert at the Playhouse in December, as well as general auditions for the Dance Residency programme.

Auditions will take place in studio 410 at the Playhouse on Tuesday, 2 October 2012 from 16:00.

Candidates must come with a biography and a full-length photo, and prepare a dance of 1 minute which they will be expected to perform.

Each candidate also needs to supply their own music on CD. NO OTHER FORMAT WILL BE ACCEPTED. 

For further information or queries, and to book an audition space, please contact Peter Taylor on 031 369 9461 / petert@playhousecompany.com 

Please note, booking an audition is essential as space is limited.

Source - Pansa

Wednesday, September 5, 2012

#Auditions all over South Africa and Theatre Directors Needed

Welcome dear Reader.

This week we have some Auditions for you all over South Africa and a Scholarship for Directors.

Auditions will be held in South Africa in October to find the ultimate Whitney Houston impersonator.
Showtime Australia is conducting a world-wide search for the ultimate Whitney Houston impersonator for a new tribute show called "The Greatest Love of All".  Nationwide auditions will be held in South Africa in October 2012.  A singer with a superb voice is being sought to take the coveted lead role as Whitney Houston.

Auditions in Johannesburg take place at the Joburg Theatre in Braamfontein on 3 October at 13h00; in Cape Town at the Artscape Theatre on 5 October at 13h00 and in Durban at the Sibaya Casino on 7 October at 13h00.

Each artist interested in auditioning must send a CV, a current headshot and an audio demo to sales@showtime.net.au by no later than 1 October.  Artists accepted into the audition will be notified via e-mail with an audition time, will be required to perform a Whitney song and must bring their own backing CD.

Showtime Australia has produced some of the world’s top tribute shows including Queen – It’s a Kinda Magic.  The rampant popularity of these concerts is driven by Showtime’s ability to transport audiences to a time and place they once loved.

Source - Pansa

Shakespeare Performance Project: Romeo and Juliet for Theatre Directors

October 15 - November 26
Taganrog, Russia
Shakespeare Performance Project is the international practical course with the opportunity to take part in the performance production at Russian repertory theatre together with Russian actors.  This project is a wonderful chance to gain new experience of creative collaboration in a multicultural and multilingual theatre environment and to find collaborators and partners for future creative work!

Directors interested to participate in the competition are requested to submit the following documents to iugte.projects@gmail.com

• Letter of motivation stating their interest in joining the project.
• Proposal of the performance idea (detailed director's explication) on the basis of the play "Romeo and Juliet".
• Detailed CV describing all specific skills and abilities.
• Scanned copy of your passport and academic degree.
• Latest head shot and 2-3 additional photos.
• Any information confirming professional directing experience: web links to past projects and performances, photo, video, reviews, articles, interviews, etc.

There are two scholarships available which partially cover the course tuition fee.  Participants cover their own travel and stay expenses.

Project web page: http://www.iugte.com/projects/Taganrog

Source - Pansa

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Tuesday, August 28, 2012

Want to learn how to write a Biography? #writers

This will interest you if you are a Writer in PE, South Africa.

National Book Week will be celebrated from 5th – 10th September!

To celebrate this, ANFASA will be hosting a "How to write a biography or memoir" workshop in New Brighton, Port Elizabeth. The workshop will be run by Sindiwe Magona and Elinor Sisulu. For more information or to book please email: admin@anfasa.org.za or call 011 712 8008. 

Date: 8th September 2012
Cost: R50
Time: 10:00 - 13:00

(Source - Maskew Miller Longman Facebook Page)  

Saturday, August 18, 2012

Castings in Cape Town and hear about a new Dance theatre

Casting Call Cape Town

Call for Young Male Actor (CT)
Penguin Films is looking for a young male actor aged 13-16 to play a supporting role in a feature film about a young jazz musician who is desperate to follow his dream of becoming a saxophonist. 

“Felix!” will be shot in Cape Town during September/October 2012. Character brief: Ricardo Geduld is a gentle giant who grew up in Grassy Park and knows how to defend himself. Ricardo’s a defender of the underdog and can be surprisingly fierce. English or Afrikaans speaking. Actor can be aged 13-16, but should look like a large Grade 8 boy. Preferably chubby, or well-built. Anyone interested in auditioning please contact Shirley Johnstonsjohnston@iafrica.com . 
For more info about the movie Google “Felix!'' 

(Source - Pansa) 

iKapa Dance Theatre is having a function

Invite to In-House Session 3 (CT)
The founders and Directors of iKapa Dance theatre would like to invite you to In-House Session3

Snacks and beverages can be purchased along with raffle tickets. Please support this new initiative and join us at the iKAPA Dance Theatre Studio. 

Entrance: Free
Date: 24 August 2012
Time: 19h00-21h00
Venue: 54 Newmarket Street, Woodstock.

RSVP to admin@ikapadancetheatre.co.za to reserve your space.

(Source - Pansa)  

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Thursday, August 16, 2012

#Auditions for The Lion King coming up SA

Auditions coming up for The Lion King

The Lion King Auditions  

Audition dates and venues are as follows:
(Singers) The BASSLINE,10 Henry Nxumalo Street NEWTOWN JOHANNESBURG

(Dancers) Dance Junxion, The Mall of Rosebank, Rooftop Level Cnr Bath and Cradock Avenue, Rosebank

FRIDAY, 24th AUGUST 2012
(Singers) THE PLAYHOUSE COMPANY, 231 Smith Street, DURBAN

(Source - Pansa)  

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Wednesday, August 1, 2012

Invitation to Kalk Bay Forum

Invitation to Kalk Bay Forum: 15 August 2012

Kalk Bay Theatre and KBT Productions invites interested parties to attend a Forum to discuss matters relating to the National Arts Festival.

The invitation is aimed at those who have, or who want to have, an involvement in the NAF, particularly, but not exclusively, on the Fringe.

Venue: Kalk Bay Theatre, 52 Main Road, Kalk Bay, Cape Town
Date: Wednesday 15 August 2012
Time: 09h30 to 12h30 / 13h00

Without limiting topics for discussion, we suggest that the agenda includes:
- coverage of Fringe productions by Cue;
- marketing at the NAF, including online and social media platforms;
- matters relating to technical issues.

We are sending a copy of this invitation to the NAF management with the request that they co-host the Forum or that they be represented at the Forum as their input will be valuable.

Tea, coffee and biscuits will provided – a cash bar will be available serving water and soft drinks [or stronger stuff if you want or need!]

RSVP : by e-mail to templar@iafrica.com

(Source - Pansa) 

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Wednesday, July 25, 2012

Auditions Cape Town #Actors #Singers

Just received this via Pansa

Auditions in Cape Town 12 August

Follow Spot is looking for performers for 3 different shows that will run at different times in 2013.  Those who would like to audition must book a scheduled time call Vanessa 0714712291 or emailvanessa@followspot.co.za 
Date: 12 August 2012
Venue: cnr Milton Road & Wesley Street Observatory, Cape Town
 Please see the brief below.
Female singers:
Singers who can pick up basic choreography.
Please prepare 2 songs, one ballad and one character style performance (only verse and chorus of each).  Backing tracks on CD.

Female Actors:
18-35yrs black
Must be able to sing.
Will need to prepare the given monologue (will be emailed to you when you book your audition time), to be done without script in hand as well as a verse and chorus of any song, backing track on CD. 

Male singers:
Singers who can pick up basic choreography.
Please prepare 2 songs, one ballad and one uptempo number (only verse and chorus of each).  Backing tracks on CD. You may be asked to read a script.

Male Actor/musicians:
18-25yrs white
Must be able to play an instrument.
Will need to prepare the given monologue (will be emailed to you when you book your audition time), to be done without script in hand as well as 2 different style songs to play on your instrument of choice. 

We will be audition dancers at another stage, so watch this space.

For more info phone Vanessa 0714712291

Wednesday, July 18, 2012

Big Time Auditions For Actors

Award winning South African playwright Mbongeni Ngema is embarking on a search for new talent to star in his musical titled "No. 43".

The production, which comes as the ANC celebrates 100 years of its existence, celebrates the life of Rebecca Makgomo Masilela, popularly known as uMagogo.

UMagogo, described by many as the Godmother of the ANC in exile, opened her house in Swaziland to cadres of the struggle, turning it into a home away from home for them for over 40 years.

President Mr. Jacob Zuma, John Nkadimeng and General Siphiwe Gebuza Nyanda are amongst those who are said to have lived at No. 43.

The auditions for a cast of 60 will be held in Gauteng at the Market Theatre, KZN at the Durban Playhouse, Mpumalanga at eMalahleni Civic Theatre, as well as Swaziland at Mbabane Theatre.

"No. 43" will be staged at the Market Theatre in October, which is the month dedicated to the life of OR Tambo in the ANC centenary celebrations.

Audition dates:

17 and 18 July 2012 - Emalahleni/Witbank Civic Theatre, Witbank

20 and 21 July 2012 - Mbabane Theatre, Swaziland

23, 24 and 25 July 2012 - The Playhouse, Durban


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Monday, July 9, 2012

Great Special for Speakers & Voice Over Artists #southafrica

Just heard of this fantastic special for Speakers and Voice Over Artists.
Voice Overs For Your Business by Andiamo Studios 
Whatever your business, there is always an area where interacting with your potential customers through the use of your own voice can pay off massive dividends. A friendly well presented voice can make that very important first impression and increase your chances of converting the suspects into prospects.
Some other areas of your business where you could make use of voice help include:
•Corporate presentations
•Voice prompts
•Send as an email attachment
•Audio book narrations
•Adding voice overs to your website
•Upload to Social media such as Facebook, Twitter, Youtube etc
Record your own voice over for your business, personal testimonial, or review your product. Promote your business, send a happy birthday wish to someone or review that new product you got out. All you have to do is bring along your script.We will give you 20-30mins studio time to record as many specials, promos as you like.
You will receive your voice over’s in MP3 format via email on the same day.
Never been offered before!!
Be the first to book your voice over now!!
To Book Your Voice Over
Contact Peter 
Email - enquiries@andiamorecording.com 

Wednesday, July 4, 2012

Call for Artists

Good day Dear Readers.

If you are an artist this will interest you:

The Africa Centre has begun preparation for Infecting The City Public Arts Festival that will be held in the first week of March 2013. 

The Infecting The City Festival offers a unique opportunity to bring art, music, dance and performance out of theatres and galleries and into the streets and public spaces of Cape Town’s Central Business District (CBD). Its aspirations are to challenge audiences, breach boundaries, shift perspectives and help make sense of the public spaces we occupy. The Festival’s aim is to develop a public art intervention that resonates and challenges people to connect with each other and the City, through art. 

Click here to view the Infecting The City Festival’s video

This is a call for visual and performing artists to submit works that are either completely new or have been previously staged. The work can be a full ensemble piece, an intervention, a live performance, a visual art piece, an installation, a video, a happening, working with technology, via social media, totally interactive or some other form newly imagined. All works should translate to or work within a public environment, and should actively engage intentional and incidental audiences. There is no specific theme, though works that concern issues of urbanity are encouraged.

If you or your company has an artwork in mind that fits with the Infecting the City Festival vision, please submit a detailed concept document (max. 500 words) including a full budget and a one page C.V. The Africa Centre is unlikely to fund a project more than R50 000. In these instances, applicants are encouraged to find other sources of funding as well. 

The call for submissions will be open from 1 July – 15 August 2012. A shortlist of applicants will be compiled by 1 September and finalists will be selected by 15 October.

Please email all applications or queries to info@infectingthecity.com

For more information about last year’s Festival, please visit www.infectingthecity.com, see the YouTube videos, or contact Felicia on 021 418 3336.

(Source:  Infecting the City Festival)