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Briefs: Local public radio seeks new G.M.; auditions upcoming at Civic, Grand Effect

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Thursday, November 15, 2012 12:01 am
Northeast Indiana Public Radio’s board of directors is accepting job applications to succeed Will Murphy, current president and general manager, who is leaving to lead WFIU, Indiana University’s public radio station in Bloomington. NIPR operates news-jazz WBOI, 89.1-FM, and classical music WBNI, 94.1-FM, which serve Fort Wayne and northeast Indiana.

Board members named Membership Manager David Hunter as interim general manager, a news release said. Hunter has been membership manager for the past three years and has helped grow membership revenue by more than 25 percent during that time.Grand Effect Productions is seeking individuals to finish casting “O Holy Night” a holiday musical about the first Christmas. No experience is necessary and all are welcome to audition.

For more information, call Paul Allen at 1-260-579-6277.Arts United announces that two new organizations, Unity performing Arts Foundation and FAME have been invited to join the Arts United Umbrella as provisional principal partners. Principal partners are seen as the foundation of our cultural community through their mission, work and impact, and have shown sustainability through operations of at least 10 years.

FAME and UPAF previously were members of the Regional Arts Advocates, an arts council managed by Arts United, and have received program grants from Arts United.

Arts United currently has 10 principal partners. ARCH, Artlink, Fort Wayne Ballet, Fort Wayne Cinema Center, Fort Wayne Civic Theater, Fort Wayne Dance Collective, the History Center, Fort Wayne Museum of Art, Fort Wayne Philharmonic and Fort Wayne Theatre. Funding for the initial two-year operating support grants for the two new provisional groups is made possible through the generous support of two Angel Donors, Sweetwater Sound and the Knight Foundation.Fort Wayne Civic Theatre will hold auditions for the musical “The Drowsy Chaperone” 7-11 p.m. Dec. 9 at the Arts United Center, 303 E. Main St. The principal characters will include a cast of five females and eight males, and a small ensemble of two women and two men. Actors of all ethnicities are encouraged to audition.

For sign up for an audition, call Eunice Wadewitz, music director, at 422-8641, Ext. 226, or email ewadewitz@fwcivic.org. To serve on the backstage crew, call Robert at 422-8641, Ext. 227.Artlink is seeking black-and-white photographs to be purchased by Carson Boxberger law firm for their new offices at 301 W. Jefferson Blvd., suite 200. Eligible photographs must reflect the theme of success, achievement, innovation and inspiration. A local connection is encouraged, but not required.

Artwork must have been created by the artist in the last two years. Artists must be 18 years of age or older. Deadline for submission is Dec. 13.

For the call for entry, go online to www.artlinkfw.com or email deb@artlinkfw.com.


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