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Conversations with Portland's creative community sponsored by Arts Seen and Heard PR, which provides Do-It-Yourself Public Relations for artists and arts organizations. Visit us at www.facebook.com/ArtsSeenAndHeardPR. Feel free to email us via facebook and suggest podcast interviews.

Latest Episodes

What's Badass Theatre? How Did It Attract Funding?

Badass Theatre Company's first production, Invasion! directed by Antonio Sonera, will open June 6 in Portland and exemplify the company's mission of celebrating otherness and inclusiveness and creating civic pride. An interview with Sonera, who attracted funding from numerous sources and promises to make his shows affordable.

-1 s2013 MAY 9
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What's Badass Theatre? How Did It Attract Funding?

Band Advances from Begging To Being Pursued for Shows

A few months ago, the founders of the Portland band Northeast Northwest were begging to do shows. Now they're being pursued to perform. Founders Phoebe Spier and Zach Dunham explain how they got where they are and give tips for young bands.

-1 s2013 APR 27
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Band Advances from Begging To Being Pursued for Shows

Self-Published Author Zooms Up The Charts on Amazon

Nancy Fischer reveals the secrets to how her self-published book, "Pandora's Key," zoomed up the charts on Amazon.com in her category over the holidays.

-1 s2013 FEB 23
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Self-Published Author Zooms Up The Charts on Amazon

Bike Horn/Light Attracts $86K in Kickstarter Funding

How did Tory Orzeck, designer and inventor of the Orp-- a smart bike horn and light designed to improve bike safety--attract more than $86,000 in Kickstarter funding? How did he attract press that got the word out about his Kickstarter campaign? He only needs $4K more to meet his goal, but needs to meet his goal this week.

-1 s2013 FEB 5
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Bike Horn/Light Attracts $86K in Kickstarter Funding

Bike Horn/Light Attracts $86K in Kickstarter Funding

How did Tory Orzeck, designer and inventor of the Orp-- a smart bike horn and light designed to improve bike safety--attract more than $86,000 in Kickstarter funding? How did he attract press that got the word out about his Kickstarter campaign? He only needs $4K more to meet his goal, but needs to meet his goal this week.

-1 s2013 FEB 5
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Bike Horn/Light Attracts $86K in Kickstarter Funding

The Making of A Musical, Tribute To Portland

Richard Moore ,who wrote the music and lyrics for Rain! The Musical, discusses his journey as a musician and gives a behind-the-scenes look at the making of this Fertile Ground Festival event in Portland. Rain! The Musical is the story of a one-hit-wonder rocker who returns home to Portland to woo back the lover he jilted to discover that it hasn't rained in 274 days. The show, directed by Louanne Moldovan, continues Feb. 1-3.

-1 s2013 JAN 30
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The Making of A Musical, Tribute To Portland

Surprise $30K Arts Grant for Shaking The Tree

Why did Portland-based Shaking The Tree attract a surprise $30,000 arts grant--a gift founder Samantha Van Der Merwe didn't request or apply for? How can other artists and arts organizations learn from her experience? Louanne Moldovan, Arts Seen and Heard's theater expert, talks to Van Der Merwe about the grant from the Robert Rauchenberg Foundation, which gave grants to 20 groundbreaking arts organizations nationwide.

-1 s2013 JAN 8
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Surprise $30K Arts Grant for Shaking The Tree

PR Tips For Writers and Musicans

Brian Tashima, author of "Secret of The Songshell," which is a finalist for a 2012 USA Best Books Award in fantasy fiction, and a musician who won Hawaii's version of a Grammy award, provides PR tips to writers and musicians. Tashima is also a former record label owner.

-1 s2012 DEC 13
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PR Tips For Writers and Musicans

Providing Opportunities for Women In Theater

An interview with Circle Theatre Project about the project's mission--to provide opportunities for women and girls in theater, and "Little Women," a production that runs Nov. 29 through Dec. 9 and explores "the inescapable woman problem." Interviewed are Patty Price Yates, artistic director, Lisamarie Harrison, managing director and Meghan Daaboul, director of Little Women.

-1 s2012 NOV 28
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Providing Opportunities for Women In Theater

War Stories and Secrets Never Told: Photo Exhibit

Jim Lommasson's "Exit Wounds," an exhibit at the Armory until Nov. 22, has been described as "deeply moving," and "amazing." Jim, described as a "Portland treasure," tells us why his projects focus on war--and about the war secrets his dad hid for 60 years.

-1 s2012 NOV 13
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War Stories and Secrets Never Told: Photo Exhibit

Latest Episodes

What's Badass Theatre? How Did It Attract Funding?

Badass Theatre Company's first production, Invasion! directed by Antonio Sonera, will open June 6 in Portland and exemplify the company's mission of celebrating otherness and inclusiveness and creating civic pride. An interview with Sonera, who attracted funding from numerous sources and promises to make his shows affordable.

-1 s2013 MAY 9
Comments
What's Badass Theatre? How Did It Attract Funding?

Band Advances from Begging To Being Pursued for Shows

A few months ago, the founders of the Portland band Northeast Northwest were begging to do shows. Now they're being pursued to perform. Founders Phoebe Spier and Zach Dunham explain how they got where they are and give tips for young bands.

-1 s2013 APR 27
Comments
Band Advances from Begging To Being Pursued for Shows

Self-Published Author Zooms Up The Charts on Amazon

Nancy Fischer reveals the secrets to how her self-published book, "Pandora's Key," zoomed up the charts on Amazon.com in her category over the holidays.

-1 s2013 FEB 23
Comments
Self-Published Author Zooms Up The Charts on Amazon

Bike Horn/Light Attracts $86K in Kickstarter Funding

How did Tory Orzeck, designer and inventor of the Orp-- a smart bike horn and light designed to improve bike safety--attract more than $86,000 in Kickstarter funding? How did he attract press that got the word out about his Kickstarter campaign? He only needs $4K more to meet his goal, but needs to meet his goal this week.

-1 s2013 FEB 5
Comments
Bike Horn/Light Attracts $86K in Kickstarter Funding

Bike Horn/Light Attracts $86K in Kickstarter Funding

How did Tory Orzeck, designer and inventor of the Orp-- a smart bike horn and light designed to improve bike safety--attract more than $86,000 in Kickstarter funding? How did he attract press that got the word out about his Kickstarter campaign? He only needs $4K more to meet his goal, but needs to meet his goal this week.

-1 s2013 FEB 5
Comments
Bike Horn/Light Attracts $86K in Kickstarter Funding

The Making of A Musical, Tribute To Portland

Richard Moore ,who wrote the music and lyrics for Rain! The Musical, discusses his journey as a musician and gives a behind-the-scenes look at the making of this Fertile Ground Festival event in Portland. Rain! The Musical is the story of a one-hit-wonder rocker who returns home to Portland to woo back the lover he jilted to discover that it hasn't rained in 274 days. The show, directed by Louanne Moldovan, continues Feb. 1-3.

-1 s2013 JAN 30
Comments
The Making of A Musical, Tribute To Portland

Surprise $30K Arts Grant for Shaking The Tree

Why did Portland-based Shaking The Tree attract a surprise $30,000 arts grant--a gift founder Samantha Van Der Merwe didn't request or apply for? How can other artists and arts organizations learn from her experience? Louanne Moldovan, Arts Seen and Heard's theater expert, talks to Van Der Merwe about the grant from the Robert Rauchenberg Foundation, which gave grants to 20 groundbreaking arts organizations nationwide.

-1 s2013 JAN 8
Comments
Surprise $30K Arts Grant for Shaking The Tree

PR Tips For Writers and Musicans

Brian Tashima, author of "Secret of The Songshell," which is a finalist for a 2012 USA Best Books Award in fantasy fiction, and a musician who won Hawaii's version of a Grammy award, provides PR tips to writers and musicians. Tashima is also a former record label owner.

-1 s2012 DEC 13
Comments
PR Tips For Writers and Musicans

Providing Opportunities for Women In Theater

An interview with Circle Theatre Project about the project's mission--to provide opportunities for women and girls in theater, and "Little Women," a production that runs Nov. 29 through Dec. 9 and explores "the inescapable woman problem." Interviewed are Patty Price Yates, artistic director, Lisamarie Harrison, managing director and Meghan Daaboul, director of Little Women.

-1 s2012 NOV 28
Comments
Providing Opportunities for Women In Theater

War Stories and Secrets Never Told: Photo Exhibit

Jim Lommasson's "Exit Wounds," an exhibit at the Armory until Nov. 22, has been described as "deeply moving," and "amazing." Jim, described as a "Portland treasure," tells us why his projects focus on war--and about the war secrets his dad hid for 60 years.

-1 s2012 NOV 13
Comments
War Stories and Secrets Never Told: Photo Exhibit
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