Lights Camera Read – Community

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The mission of Lights Camera Read, established in 2009, is to help artists of all kinds (actors, writers, filmmakers, musicians and so forth) go from being “Starving Artists” to “Artist Entrepreneurs” via creative projects (“Thrillumentary”), online education (“Art Gush”) and award shows (“Platinum Pias”). Lights Camera Read also founded the Artist Introvert Revolution (A.I.R.) which will soon be releasing the book “Web Marketing Strategies for Introvert Artists.” Plus, through an alliance of blogs, Lights Camera Read reaches over 15,000 artists monthly. cont’d

Donations/sponsorships for Lights Camera Read are tax deductible because of fiscal sponsorship by Fractured Atlas, a Manhattan based 501(c) nonprofit.

And don’t forget, if you are a member of our newsletter you are eligible to attend the Platinum Pias.

Platinum PIAs:
Recognizing the arts and science of building communication.

Lights Camera Read:
Create and Be Published.

Plus, when someone either creates content or is the subject of a content creator, he or she becomes eligible for nomination for the Platinum PIAs – the community and education awards show of the arts.

Sometimes the notion is to defer job creation to the established entrepreneurs without realizing our own inner and outer capabilities.

LCR believes that claiming the mindset of being an opportunity creator is what is needed for success in our current economy and explores this through their annual awards show, weekly vlogs, documentaries, university lectures, events, movies and online magazine network.

Create Your Own Opportunities

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KNOWLEDGE IS POWER


ACCESS THAT POWER

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“If literate Western man were really interested in
preserving the most creative aspects of his civilization,
he would not cower in his ivory tower bemoaning change
but would plunge himself into the vortex of electric
technology and, by understanding it, dictate his new
environment – turn the ivory tower into the control tower.”

Marshall McLuhan, 1969

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