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Arionne Williams is an author who is self-publishing a book and looking to hire a talented graphic designer who can capture the message and mood of the book, as well as the audience's attention with an eye-catching, alluring cover design (for both print and ebook).
The book is called "Love Like I've Never Been Hurt: How to Heal from Heartbreak." It tell the story of the major heartbreak of the author's 20s, how she healed, and how her readers can do the same. Her target audience is single, Christian women ages 25-34 who are looking for love (with 18-24 year olds being the secondary audience). The book will look and feel sassy, smart and chic. The design should be feminine, but not prissy.
The author is looking for someone immediately and will pay $350. Please contact Arionne directly at email@example.com and check out her website at www.arispeaks.com.
Senior, Shenequa Brooks was featured in the Kansas City Star earlier this week, promoting her thesis show which opens tonight at Silver Screen Hair Salon.
Check out the article here http://www.kansascity.com/2014/04/02/4929921/she-weaves-family-into-her-art.html and be sure to check out Shenequa’s show tonight!
Ferrellgas, located in Overland Park, is looking for summer interns in their Creative Department. The internship is paid, and the intern would be able to earn college credit. More information can be found here and applications (portfolio, resume, cover letter) are due April 30th. Don't miss this great opportunity!
For more information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Two seniors from the Kansas City Art Institute ceramics department have been awarded 2014 NCECA Regina Brown Undergraduate Fellowships. NCECA awards six fellowships annually, three to undergraduates and three to graduate students. This year, for the first time, two students from one undergraduate program received fellowships – they are KCAI seniors Melanie Sherman and Joey Watson!Students in the KCAI ceramics department have been awarded Regina Brown Fellowships in five of the last six years, but having two winners in one school year is unprecedented.Melanie Sherman, from Grayslake, Illinois, will use her fellowship funds to research 18th century European porcelain. She plans to visit Dresden, Germany, home of the Meissen Porcelain factory and other historical sites. Joey Watson, from Phoenix, Arizona, has an interest in ceremonial objects of ancient and contemporary cultures. He will travel to New York City and study the collections of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the American Museum of Natural History, and other institutions.