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Prof. Gold’s New Artwork at The Candy Factory

New Artwork by Tami Kashia Gold

April 23 – May 2, 2010
Opening Reception: Saturday, April 24, 2010 4-6PM
Gallery Hours: 12-6PM, Friday, Saturday, Sunday
Weekdays: By appointment
Closing Reception: Sunday, May 2, 2010 3-6PM

The Candy Factory
124 Washington Avenue
(Between Myrtle and Park Avenues)
Ft. Greene – Clinton Hill
Brooklyn, NY 11205

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Writing For Film & Television

The Mayor’s Office of Film, Theater, and Broadcasting,
The Writers of America, East and Hunter College Present
Careers In Entertainment: Writing for Film and Television

On Monday, April 26, 2010, the Mayor’s Office of Film, Theatre and Broadcasting, the
Writers Guild of America, East and Hunter College will present Careers in Entertainment:
Writing for Film and Television – a panel discussion featuring writers who work in film,
television drama, late night comedy, children’s programming and morning news. The panel
is free, open to the public, and will take place at Hunter College at 6:30pm.
Comprised of members of the Writers Guild of America, East, the labor union that represents
professional writers in film, television, and radio, Careers in Entertainment: Writing for
Film and Television will give students and interested New Yorkers the opportunity to hear
first-hand from writers who have found success in New York City. In addition to sharing
their personal accounts working in different genres, the panelists will also offer career advice
to the audience based on their own experiences breaking into the industry. A Q&A session
will follow.

Panelists for Careers in Entertainment: Writing for Film and Television include:
WAYNE FEDERMAN –writer, Late Night with Jimmy Fallon
ALLISON GIRVIN – writer, Good Morning America
CARIN GREENBERG – writer, Between the Lions, Ghostwriter
BRIAN KOPPELMAN – writer, Solitary Man, Rounders
CHARLIE RUBIN – writer, Law & Order: Criminal Intent, The Jon Stewart Show

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Congrats to IMA Alumna Angela Ferraiolo

Angela Ferraiolo, IMA 2009, has been named an Electronic Writing
Fellow at Brown University, where she will continue working with
interactive text and video. A two year appointment, the Electronic
Writing Fellowship works across the Literary Arts program at Brown and
the Digital Media program at the Rhode Island School of Design. In the
early sixties, Ted Nelson developed the hyperlink here while working
on Literary Machines. In 1989, the experimental writer Robert Coover
taught the first-ever hypertext literature course. Former Electronic
Writing Fellows include Noah Wardrip-Fruin, Brian Kim-Stefans, Ian
Hatcher, and John Cayley, who now directs the program.