Kannapolis Arts invites artists and performers in Cabarrus, Rowan and Mecklenburg counties to contribute guest blog posts. If you are interested in writing a post about an organization or event please e-mail mknox@modernfilmzine.com for more information. We are looking for individuals to write about local events, artist profiles and also looking for artists to do personal bios and blogs writing about their own craft to promote their work. We are also looking for individuals to write about pop culture, film making, dance, theater, culinary arts and more. Kannapolis Arts is interested in a wide range of topics: 1. Artist profiles 2. Arts and craft how to articles 3. Culinary arts including restaurant reviews and recipes and chef profiles 4. Filmmakers 5. Film production 6. Author interviews 7. Poet interviews 8. Poems 9. Theater reviews 10. Interview with cast and crew with local theater productions

Kannapolis Arts invites artists and performers in Cabarrus, Rowan and Mecklenburg counties to contribute guest blog posts. If you are interested in writing a post about an organization or event please e-mail mknox@modernfilmzine.com for more information.

Continue reading Kannapolis Arts invites artists and performers in Cabarrus, Rowan and Mecklenburg counties to contribute guest blog posts. If you are interested in writing a post about an organization or event please e-mail mknox@modernfilmzine.com for more information. We are looking for individuals to write about local events, artist profiles and also looking for artists to do personal bios and blogs writing about their own craft to promote their work. We are also looking for individuals to write about pop culture, film making, dance, theater, culinary arts and more. Kannapolis Arts is interested in a wide range of topics: 1. Artist profiles 2. Arts and craft how to articles 3. Culinary arts including restaurant reviews and recipes and chef profiles 4. Filmmakers 5. Film production 6. Author interviews 7. Poet interviews 8. Poems 9. Theater reviews 10. Interview with cast and crew with local theater productions

Carolina Renaissance Festival offers new attractions

When searching for signs of autumn’s arrival one need look no further than the return of the annual Carolina Renaissance Festival. As sure as the changing color of the leaves, for eight consecutive weekends in October and November the Carolina Renaissance Festival brings a big dose of cheer, trumpet fanfare, clashing armor and giant roasted turkey legs.

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Turnaround Arts uses arts to improve low performing schools

What if we as advocates could convince school leaders that the arts are actually a tool to help them improve their schools? Turnaround Arts is doing just that. A public-private partnership managed by the President’s Committee on the Arts and the Humanities, Turnaround Arts is committed to using the power of the arts to improve even the lowest performing schools across the country.

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#ArtsVote2016 campaign pushes for presidential candidates to support the arts

Every four years, extraordinary national media and political attention is placed on the top two presidential early primary/caucus states in the country: New Hampshire and Iowa.

Both the media and presidential candidates seek to learn more about the policy issues that the residents in these states care about most in order to win their vote.

As a result, an opportunity is created for advocates living in these two influential states to have meaningful discussions about the arts, the needs for the future, and the economic opportunities for growth on behalf the entire nation.

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Kannapolis Arts “Foodies” Group

If Kannapolis Arts​ were to find a “foodie” coordinator to head up a group that meets up to check out independent restaurants in the area, such as Sweet Meadow Cafe​ in Salisbury, Sunshine’s Asian Cusine​ in Kannapolis, Havana cafe in Concord or Flanagan’s Irish pub & Grill in Harrisburg, who all would be interested in being a part of that group, seeking out interesting dining experiences?

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