Stutz Artist Residency accepting applications
INDIANAPOLIS — The Stutz Artist Residency applications, for studio residency at the Raymond James Stutz Building, 212 W. 10th St., are being accepted.
Each of the two selected residents will receive 24-hour access to their own “white box” studio space for the duration of the residency. Each space is equipped with a large basin sink (no hot water), standard electrical outlets, overhead lighting, steam heat and air-conditioning.
The residency studios are located on the second floor of the “B” Building on a heavily trafficked hallway.
For more information, visit stutzartists.com/residency.html. Deadline for application is July 17.
Filmmakers challenged to make fast turnaround
INDIANAPOLIS — The 48-Hour Film Project begins July 31.
Filmmakers throughout the city will be rushing to create four- to seven-minute films in 48 hours. To claim a spot in this year’s project, register at 48hourfilm.com (by Monday for the early bird rate of $140).
The winner of Best Film will go on to represent Indianapolis for Best Film of the World against 139 other city winners. Final deadline for registration is July 21.
County children’s choir seeking new members
GREENFIELD — The Hancock County Children’s Choir is accepting new members ages 5 to 18 for its upcoming 2015-16 season.
Auditions are required for students in third grade and up, while kindergarten through second-graders are assessed for choir readiness before enrollment. Email email@example.com for an audition or assessment appointment through Aug. 24. Accepted members will rehearse on Monday afternoons. HCCC is a choral performance and education program dedicated to creating musical opportunities for youth.
Students are taught vocal production, diction, music theory, music history and appreciation, poise, stage presentation and etiquette. For more information regarding auditions and performances, please visit hancockcountychildrenschoir.org.