Technology in the Arts and information delivery
At this time this is a trial step and the idea is to later update this description if I am successful in navigating the process. I have a PhotoForum list at my school but they would like to see it go away. I don't know why since it includes about 500 subscribers worldwide, has a gallery and lots of FAQ and other files on its website. The plan is to bring all those subscriptions to this location of all works out and if this is possible. PhotoForum was established by me in late 1993. It is arguably the most "senior" of the photography mail lists currently in existence preceded only by Photo-L and PhotoHistory-L, both of t=which ceased operations years ago. It serves photography teachers, students and professionals but also welcomes amateur enthusiasts.
Using the arts to empower young people and their families through workshops, festivals and conferences.
A Computer-Generated Music forum for fans of the Computer Music Generator, Vorpal.
A small mailinglist, to apply for a gig at the Grenzenlos Festival.
Closed list for members of The Big Kahuna function band to discuss gigs and other band related matters.
Organisation of an open artistic and handworking atelier for hobby.
Mailing list for exhibition openings
David Star is an artist who works predominately as a sculptor. The list "yes, no, maybe" is for friends, colleagues, and associates, to remain informed of new work and news from David-Star.net.
Announce new arrivals of DVD's, Blue-Ray, 3D Movies, whats coming soon, subscribe to stay updated with DVDHOUSE, the biggest original movies library in Palestine.
Announcements re: poetry challenges etc. at the Roundup.
Group for intermediate PSP fun. Learning Intermediate PSP Free lessons
Mailing list for the production team of Melbourne Gang Show
Irregular mailings from the screenwriter Anthony Cawood
Discussion about art and music centered around Capitol Hill, Seattle, WA
Fort Worth Scottish Pipes & Drums discussion