Archive for November, 2010

If you don’t know what I am talking about by now, then don’t read any further. But for the rest in the know, Roger was pleased to present “The Short Stack” last Wednesday night, a presentation of short pieces and music videos that covered the animation, live action and stop motion genres.

Check out the flickr pics below to see if you made it in with the cool kids.

A big thanks to everyone who supported our first screening at R&R Gallery, check back soon for information on how to view the shorts if you missed it, or sign up to be on our mailing list by clicking here > Roger Mailer

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Tip 4: When in doubt, simplify.

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Tip 3: If you get glue gun glue on your shirt, you can use petroleum jelly to get it off.

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Tip 2: Cardboard and paper can cut you just as well as a blade. (Not really a tip, more of a warning)

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Tip 1: Measure twice, cut once.

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You may be wondering what this is all about…

We wanted to take the things we like most: talented artists, great work, community, friends and partying, and put them all together.

We’re proud to present shorts, music videos, and small morsels of creative goodness by Steven Day, Beau Dickson, Richard Farmer, Kirsten Lepore, Carolina Melis, Justin Owens, Jake Portman, Isaac Ravishankara, Bill Sneed, and more.

Please come join us for a night of screenings, conversations, drinks and creativity.

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