Links We Like Friday
Ahhh yes!! It’s Friday Framers. And we celebrate with our Links We Like. But quickly, before we go there, just wanted to give you a little update.
1) Stay tuned for the 2013 Composition Winner to be announced in one week, I have to say, that I’m so thankful for having one more week. This decision is agonizing. It’s a good thing: excellent music is in your audience future.
3) There’s a Height Limit will screen at Motion Captured Dance Film Festival the following weekend. Deets here.
4) We are interviewing for Development Assistants, so if you know someone or are someone, contact us.
Okay. Thanks for hanging in there. These are your weekly Links We Like.
Some of Houston’s gems present at TEDxHouston:
1. Jane Weiner (and the world’s greatest boss) puts the fear of a world with no art in us. Scary Place. Excellent talk. Rise up, army of artists.
2. Rice University and Musiqa’s Anthony Brandt gives us a supremely articulate and invigorating talk on the creative process. I deeply identify with this.
3. Carrie Schneider talks about her Houston walking tours, Hear Our Houston, she empowers Houstonians to tell and share the stories of their city.
4. Two Star Symphony is an ensemble performing in quartet and octet configurations, they compose and perform all-original music across a wide variety of genres. Half band, half string quartet. Watch here.
And in case you didn’t get how completely fabulous Houston is, read it here: in the New York Times.