Wednesday, July 17

Filmmakers, Screenwriters, Publishers and more at Across the Arts July 20

Debbie Knox, WISH TV 8 anchor at Indy 500
Being invited to speak, either on a panel or solo, is always an honor for me. I enjoy teaching others what I have learned over the years of working on and with newspapers, magazines, radio, online and television.

Being invited to speak at Across the Arts is particularly exciting as it is for more than just writers. It encompasses Award-winning filmmakers, publishers, screen writers, social media experts (including me) and more giving their time and expertise to the up and coming artists. The all day event will be held at The Palladium, and is followed by a wine and cheese party. I hope you will join us as this is going to be a 'learn more than you thought possible' opportunity.

My topic will be the practical application of social media for creative  occupations. I would love to meet everyone and answer any questions you may have. And, because we are a creative lot, the organizers have made it a FUN and interactive conference so you will not be bored. I like that...

WriteStuff Writers and The Center for Performing Arts in Carmel will team up for Across the Arts, Sat., July 20.

The one-of-a-kind event transforms the Palladium into a “Writer’s Studio” for a day of literary fun with up-close-and-personal conversations with some of Indiana’s finest writers across the writing spectrum.

Use promo code "Write Stuff" for discounted tickets

Guest Speakers
Michael Shelden
Pulitzer Prize finalist and esteemed biographer (Simon & Schuster)

Angelo Pizzo (Hoosiers, Rudy)
Academy Award-winning screenwriter
Angelo Pizzo (L) with Rob Reiner at Flipped red carpet event
Dan Wakefield
Novelist and screenwriter

Edward Kelsey-Moore
Fiction author and noted cellist

Michael Husain
Emmy-winning documentarian

Matthew Tully
columnist/Indianapolis Star

Elizabeth J. Musgrave
syndicated columnist, GottaGo.us, Indy Style, travel writer and photographer
Elizabeth J. Musgrave, lifestyle writer, photographer & adviser

Debbie Knox
WISH-TV news anchor

Andy Murphy

author/literary agent
Andy Murphy ~ literary agent and author

Amanda Heckart
Editor, Indianapolis Monthly Magazine

Tania Moskalenko
President, Center for Performing Arts

Dick Wolfsie
Humorist

Publishers
Saturday Evening Post
Indianapolis University Press
Dog Ear Publishing
Towne Posts

The event, noon to 6 p.m., will be divided into two sessions made up of panels including Indiana authors, publishers, columnists, magazine editors, social media experts, filmmakers and film festival executives, with plenty of time for audience Q&A. And audience members will have the opportunity to win fabulous prizes while being treated to the laugh-inducing game show Wait, Wait, Do Tell Me! hosted by humorist Dick Wolfsie.

Dog Ear Publishing will host a 30-minute educational presentation for those attendees interested in learning about the current state of the publishing industry.

Across the Arts will cap off with an After the Event VIP wine and cheese party followed by a special movie presentation hosted by Heartland Film Festival/Heartland Truly Moving Pictures.

General admission tickets are $60, $40 for seniors (55+) and $18 for any student or teacher with a valid student/school ID. To purchase tickets, call the Center for Performing Arts Box Office at (317) 843-3800 or order online at www.TheCenterPresents.org.

For a complete Across the Arts program listing, visit www.writestuffwriters.com. For more information on the event, contact WriteStuff Writers founder Andy Murphy at (317) 432-9804 or andymurphy@sbcglobal.net.

Elizabeth J. Musgrave is a syndicated fine-living, travel columnist, freelance writer and photographer, and performing arts and restaurant critic for Gotta Go. Read Infused, her spirits, wine & beer lifestyle column, at www.GottaGo.us and www.FoodDigital.com and catch her as Indy’s Entertainment Adviser on 93 WIBC. Gotta Go is published on www.Gottago.us, www.BroadwayWorld.com, and in print. Follow her on Twitter @GottaGo, LinkedIn and Facebook.

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