In AAF, we know a passion for the arts starts young. So it’s time for the River Region Advertising Community to give back!
A few weeks ago, Booker T. Washington Magnet High School in downtown Montgomery caught fire and resulted in the “total loss” of a building that housed the visual art, photography, broadcast media and technology magnet programs as well as the library, cafeteria and counselor’s offices. They have since moved to a temporary location.
They are in need of basic office/school supplies. But a list of other other items can be found here:
Visual Arts magnet @ Amazon/ Visual Arts magnet @ Dick Blick
Monetary donations can also be made here: BTW Fame Board
We’ll be taking donations at the Kickoff Party on September 13 and at the Lunch and Learn on September 20th. Thanks for helping us give back!
Thursday, September 20 // 11:45 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. Capital City Club, 201 Monroe St
$18 members // $30 guests // $15 students // $20 active military
Pixar is arguably one of the greatest storytellers of our generation. Over the years, they’ve won 13 Academy Awards, 9 Golden Globes, and 11 Grammys. So what do we call a story? How do we define it? How do we engage and participate in a story when we’re crafting it together or not involved in the storytelling process?
Luckily, storytelling is something we all do naturally, starting at a very young age. But there’s a difference between good storytelling and great storytelling.
In this talk you’ll hear from Pixar’s Erin Merchant on what stories inspire Pixar and you’ll begin to think about what kinds of stories you might want to tell.
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