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April 26, 2013 / ivytechartspartner

Volunteers needed

Buskirk-Chumley Theater: February/March Volunteer Opportunities

Volunteer ushers are needed for the following events:

Saturday, April 27 – AAAI – IU Soul Revue

3 ushers needed

Ushers arrive at 7 PM

Friday, May 3 – IU Informatics & Computing Commencement

9 ushers needed for each shift

Ushers arrive at 10:30 AM and 3:30 PM

Saturday, May 4 – Anthony Gomes/Larry Crane

4 ushers needed

Ushers arrive at 6 PM

Saturday, May 18- Jason Molina Memorial

9 ushers needed

Ushers arrive at 7 PM

Saturday, May 18 – Dancing with the Celebreties

4 ushers needed

Ushers arrive at 7 PM

Friday, May 31 – New Tech High School Graduation

5 ushers needed

Ushers arrive at 6 PM

Sunday, June 2- The Dance Center Recital

9 ushers needed

Ushers arrival time TO BE DETERMINED

Thursday, June 6- Limestone Comedy Festival- Tig Notaro

9 ushers needed

Ushers arrive at 6:30

Friday, June 7- Limestone Comedy Fest- You Made it Weird Podcast

9 ushers needed

Ushers arrive at 3 PM

Friday, June 7- Limestone Comedy Fest- Maria Bamford

9 ushers needed

Ushers arrive at 1 PM

Saturday, June 8- Limestone Comedy Fest-Family Friendly Show

9 ushers needed

Ushers arrive at 1 PM

Saturday, June 8- Limestone Comedy Fest-Doug Benson

9 ushers needed

Ushers arrive at 3 PM

Saturday, June 8- Limestone Comedy Fest- Pete Holmes

9 ushers needed for each shift

Ushers arrive at 6:30 and 9 PM

Saturday, June 15- The Mountain Goats

9 ushers needed

Ushers arrive at 7 PM
Email volunteer@buskirkchumley.org if you would like to be volunteer at one of these events!

Ether Game Looking for Volunteers

WFIU is looking for volunteers to help answer phones for the oldest music trivia game in the United States. Ether Game is a weekly call in quiz show about music and the trivia surrounding it. Volunteers are needed from 7:30 til 9:00 PM any and every Tuesday. No musical knowledge is necessary, there are forms with the info needed for every call. The individual and/or organization would get free publicity on WFIU. For more information please contact Ether Game host and WFIU announcer Tom Berich at tberich@indiana.edu.

Graphic Design Volunteers Needed

The Civic Leadership Development program of the Kelley School of Business at IU seeks graphic design volunteer(s) through April 2013 to develop marketing materials (i.e. flyers/posters/t-shirt etc.) for the activities planned for the coming year, including four recruitment meetings, four speaker series sessions, spring fundraiser, and more. Work from your own home or office. Flexible number of hours and days of the week. For more information contact Trish Kerle, tkerle@indiana.edu or 812-855-4076.

Register Now for Arts Day at the Statehouse

The Indiana Coalition for the Arts (INCA) will host Arts Day @ the Statehouse on Thursday, Feb. 14, 2013 from 12:30 – 4:00 p.m. This year, INCA and all advocates will again “Storm the Floor” to di rectly express their support of public funding for the arts to the state Senators, Representatives and their staff. Attendees are encouraged to still bring flyers, business cards, and personal talking points on how the arts impact their lives, careers, adn communities. For more information, go to the website

Employment Opportunities

Brought to you by BEAD

Bloomington Urban Enterprise Association to partner with BEAD on Zone Arts Grant Program

Once again funds will be distributed through the Bloomington Urban Enterprise Zone Arts Grant Program. This grant program will support art projects located within the boundaries of the Bloomington Urban Enterprise Zone or that provide documented direct benefit to Zone residents. The deadline for applications is 5 p.m. 01/15, 2013. Guidelines and the application are available on the City of Bloomington website (right sidebar, under “Attachments”).

How to Use BEAD to Help Get People to Your Event

We’ve launched a redesign of Bloomington Entertainment and Arts District’s website http://www.visitbead.com! The site features a new layout and enhanced searchability as well as other features.

With the relaunch, it seemed a good time to share a few words about how you can help us help you get the word out about your events, opportunities, calls for artists, musicians, etc:

  • For arts/cultural/entertainment/festival/shopping/dining events located in the geographic area of BEAD: Send us an email bead@bloomington.in.gov or input your information directly into the calendar.
  • For arts/cultural/entertainment events OUTSIDE of BEAD (including IU): Send us an email bead@bloomington.in.gov, and we’ll include you (as space allows) in our weekly e-newsletter and social media. Please note we give priority to community-based arts and cultural organizations and events (wherever they may be) – we’ll accommodate campus-based events, etc. as space and time allows.
  • For calls to artists/grants announcements/studio space availability, etc: Send us an email bead@bloomington.in.gov. We make these listings a priority for the newsletter and social media (wherever they’re located), so please let us know about them. A permanent listing of these resources is located here. Help us make it more robust.

For inclusion in Friday’s BEAD News, be sure to get us information by Wednesday of that week.

Do you follow us on Twitter? Like us on Facebook? Browse our Pinterest page? And let us know if you’re in the social media-stratosphere, and we’ll make sure to connect with you.

Event Banner Program

BEAD announces an initiative to make space available on street poles to promote events and attractions that have an impact on tourism in Bloomington. Additional information on the program including the application form and review criteria can be found here or by contacting Miah Michaelsen at michaelm@bloomington.in.gov or at 812-349-3534.

BEAD T-shirts Now Available

Made in America, slim-fit BEAD t-shirts are now available at the following locations: BCT Box Office, By Hand Gallery, Visit Bloomington Visitor’s Center and the BEAD Office, Suite 130 City Hall. Show your downtown Bloomington pride!

Public Art Trail Information

The City of Bloomington takes an active role in supporting public art and those who make it possible. Public art enriches life and promotes community awareness and understanding of the visual arts. The Bloomington Public Art Trail combines art with sustainability, encouraging you to walk, bike, or even carpool. As of 2011, the City owns 16 sculptures, 13 of which can be found on the Public Art Trail. To view more information and a map of Bloomington’s Public Art Trail, click here.

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