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December 30, 2014 
 
 

 
Michael Whalen and I are THRILLED and DELIGHTED to be co-hosting a FREE all day seminar for artists and music industry professionals – Your Rights, Your Music, Your Career in New York City on Saturday, January 10, 2015 from 12 noon to 6 PM. We are expected the seminar to fill up fast so please sign up for your complimentary ticket and reserve your spot! 

Reserve your tickets here: http://bit.ly/1xv1J3Y 
If you have any trouble registering, please call the Cyber PR office at 212-239-8384

January 10th Schedule:
 
Noon-12:30 – Introduction to Today’s Music Business 
Featuring Michael Whalen

12:30-1:30 PM – Publishing, PROs and Copyrights Panel Moderator: Michael Whalen • With: Larry Mills (Founder, We Are The Hits), Joyce Dollinger (Entertainment Lawyer. Dollinger, Gonski, & Grossman) & Linda Lorence Critelli (Vice President of Writer/Publisher Relations, SESAC)

1:30–2 PM – Attendee Q&A Session                                                               During this session you will be invited to the mic to ask any questions you may have and get answers from the hosts and panelists.

2–3 PM – Monetization with Michael Whalen                                                  Michael has been monetizing his music for decades.  He has also been teaching music business at City College and has seen what models are working in todays climate.

3 – 4 PM  – PR / Promotion & Marketing Panel  
Moderator: Ariel • With: Patrice Fehlen (Founder, September Gurl), Pam Workman (Founder, Workman Communications Group), Jo-Na Williams, Esq. (Founder, The Artist Empowerment Firm)

4-4:45 PM – What Should I REALLY Be Doing on Social Media?  A Heart to Heart Conversation with Q&A With Social Strategists Ariel & Marni 
Between them Ariel Hyatt &  Marni Wandner have worked social media campaigns for hundreds of artists.  From Lou Reed, to Duran Duran to every possible size and shape of emerging artist in between. The Founders of Cyber PR & Sneak Attack will give you honest opinions and a game plan for 2015.

4:45-5:30 PM – Crowdfunding Panel 
Moderator: Ariel Hyatt • With Kristen Henderson (Lead Singer Antigone Rising), Benji Rogers (President & Founder, Pledge Music) & Special Guest.
It’s no secret that artists are getting fewer advances from publishers and labels.  So, if you want to fund your dream, crowdfunding is an answer.  However there are things you need to know to do it right.  Hear what Kristen Henderson who has successfully completed three crowdfunding campaigns and Benji who has helped countless artists get over the finish line, have to say.

5:30–6 PM Q&A and Wrap Up


Reserve your tickets here: http://bit.ly/1xv1J3Y


Click here to read the bios of all of our fantastic speakers!    

Ariel Hyatt - Cyber PR 

Michael Whalen - Award-winning Composer and Music Supervisor 

Patrice Fehlen - September Gurl 

Kristen Henderson - Antigone Rising 

Joyce Sydnee Dollinger - Entertainment Attorney 

Linda Lorence Critelli - SESCA 

Larry Mills - We Are The Hits 

Benji Rogers - PledgeMusic  

Marni Wandner - Sneak Attack Media 

Jo-Na A. Willians - The Artist Empowerment Firm 
 Pamela Workman - Workman Communications Group 

P.S. Please feel free to extend the invitation to any musicians you think would be interested in attending!  
See you there!  

Ariel 
 


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 THE WHITE HOUSE 

You should know who these women are:
Katherine Johnson. Maria Klawe. Barbara McClintock. If none of those names sound familiar to you, it's time to change that.
Because the groundbreaking, and largely unsung, work and discoveries of these women -- and many more like them -- helped shape modern science. And inspiring more young women to pursue careers in science and technology starts with simply sharing these stories.
Audio: Listen to these stories
Once you do, you can add an untold history of your own, and then make a commitment to honor the legacy of these remarkable women in the best possible way: by encouraging a young woman to pursue a career in science.
Incredible, inspiring stories like these ones can only fade into obscurity if we don't tell them. And the only way we'll see more like them is if we get the word out now.
Let's write these stories back into history permanently so that we can help create more of them.




It was mid-December last year when my high school film teacher approached me with the opportunity to contribute to the White House Film Festival -- a tradition they're carrying on again this year.
The title of the festival itself was pretty intimidating, but also extremely exciting. I felt compelled to participate because of the challenge it would present for me, someone devoting her life to filmmaking. Last year's prompt -- technology -- really resonated with me. Without it, I wouldn't be able to make the films I have so far, or gotten the opportunities I've received.
Making my film offered me the chance to enter a world of professionalism that I knew I'd need to be comfortable in if I was to go on to be a filmmaker. It gave me the opportunity to work together with my peers, and to turn to my mentors for advice and guidance.
And here's a little advice for anyone thinking of entering: When planning out a film -- no matter how short or long -- make sure it's founded in real substance. Focus on the point you want to get across, and let the voices and opinions of others fill in the blanks for you.
I'm in college now, so I'm one year past eligible, but I highly encourage other young filmmakers to get involved. Participating in the White House Film Festival gave me opportunities that I could not have dreamed of if I hadn't taken the chance and contributed.
It just might change their lives.

Visit WhiteHouse.gov

The White House • 1600 Pennsylvania Ave NW • Washington, DC 20500 • 202-456-1111




HOLIDAY SALE!  ART FOR YOUR LIFE!
SAPHIRA & VENTURA ART GALLERY is an artistic journey in the world of online and gallery shopping.  The gallery brings out  individually made pieces of  art  by artists from  Brazil and around the globe.  Our mission is to deliver beautifully, artistically and uniquely created and crafted artwork, prints and furniture.  
OUR ARTIST'S HIGHLIGHTS:
We proudly would like to introduce you to our patron artists.   Their works are mostly defined as abstract, figurative, photography, sculpture and furniture.  As you explore SAPHIRA & VENTURA ART GALLERY  you will encounter an amazing variety of colors, shapes and textures.

PATRON ARTISTS:  
Cristiane Amaral, Marcos Amaro, Regina Brandão, Fatima Campos, Isabela Couto, Beatriz Deruiz, Julia Equi, Silveira Lopes, Rogério Martins, Lesiane Ogg, Fabiana Pires, Priscila Schott, Marta Spagnol, Stalleikem, Marita Wolff
Artwork from $200 to $ 3500;  Prints & Digital art  from  $35 - $500; Furniture $180 to $2000.
Credicard, checks or cash accepted.









Saphira & Ventura Art Gallery
Housed on the 4th floor of a historic building, the gallery has a privileged location close to Times Square. The address is 4W 43rd Street, Suite 415, New York City, NY 10036 (between 5th and 6th Avenues).
Saphira & Ventura Art Gallery is a non-profit organization whose mission is to connect artists from all over the world, particularly Brazilians and other Latin Americans, promoting a new concept of networking and revealing the existing interconnections between art produced in different countries.
It offers various services that combine production of national and international exhibitions, networking, consulting, marketing and promotion of its members through direct mail, social media, traditional media, virtual catalog and the institution physical space.
Artists interested in promoting their work in the international arts market and being part of a global network, should apply for a membership with Saphira & Ventura Gallery. 

Contact:
New York: 
1 914 231 7453 | Mobile: 1 914 433 0121 | 1 914 309 6779
(Alcinda Saphira & Louis Ventura) - email: 
saphirastudio@gmail.com
Rio de Janeiro: 21 98330-2222 | 21 9913-79583  .

Saphira & Ventura Gallery
4 West 43rd St Suite 415 
New York, NY 10036
Phone: 1 646 922-7052


Yesterday, after more than 50 years, we began to change America's relationship with the people of Cuba.
We are recognizing the struggle and sacrifice of the Cuban people, both in the U.S. and in Cuba, and ending an outdated approach that has failed to advance U.S. interests for decades. In doing so, we will begin to normalize relations between our two countries.
I was born in 1961, just over two years after Fidel Castro took power in Cuba, and just as the U.S. severed diplomatic relations with that country.
Our complicated relationship with this nation played out over the course of my lifetime -- against the backdrop of the Cold War, with our steadfast opposition to communism in the foreground. Year after year, an ideological and economic barrier hardened between us.
That previous approach failed to promote change, and it's failed to empower or engage the Cuban people. It's time to cut loose the shackles of the past and reach for a new and better future with this country.
First, I have instructed Secretary of State John Kerry to immediately begin discussions with Cuba to re-establish diplomatic relations that have been severed since 1961. Going forward, we will re-establish an embassy in Havana, and high-ranking officials will once again visit Cuba.
Second, I have also instructed Secretary Kerry to review Cuba's designation as a State Sponsor of Terrorism -- a review guided by the facts and the law. At a time when we are focused on threats from ISIL and al Qaeda, a nation that meets our conditions and renounces terrorism should not face such a sanction.
Third, we'll take steps to increase travel, commerce, and the flow of information to -- and from -- Cuba. These steps will make it easier for Americans to travel to Cuba. They will make it easier for Americans to conduct authorized trade with Cuba, including exports of food, medicine, and medical products to Cuba. And they will facilitate increased telecommunications connections between our two countries: American businesses will be able to sell goods that enable Cubans to communicate with the United States and other countries.
These changes don't constitute a reward or a concession to Cuba. We are making them because it will spur change among the people of Cuba, and that is our main objective.
Change is hard -- especially so when we carry the heavy weight of history on our shoulders.
Our country is cutting that burden loose to reach for a better future.
Thank you,
President Barack Obama




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