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Jimmy Day is a member of the Shutterbugs, as well as the Georgia Nature Photographers’Association (GNPA) and the Southside Photography Club. He is an avid photographer and practicing cardiologist from Griffin, Georgia. He is also a regular contributor to www.Betterphoto.com, where he has won many awards. To see more of his images, please visit www.jdaypix.com.
Sunday, April 29, 2012
She is the principal of her own entertainment and intellectual property boutique law practice, The Moore Firm, LLC. She also previously served as an Adjunct Professor at the University of Georgia School Of Law where she taught Entertainment Law and Visual Arts and the Law. She lectures frequently around the country on music, film, television, literary publishing, copyright, new technology and new media issues. In addition, she currently represents numerous songwriters, record labels, music producers, bands, literary authors, poets, screenwriters, production companies, magazines, galleries, actors, managers, directors, graphic and clothing designers, visual artists, performing artists and numerous other entertainment clients on contracts, licensing, copyright, trademark, First Amendment issues and all other legal aspects of the film, television, music and literary publishing businesses.
Ms. Moore is a frequent lecturer and contributor to various entertainment journals and related publications, and was recently chosen to serve as Editor of Volume 5 of Matthew Bender Entertainment Industry Contracts, a publication of LEXIS and one of the world's leading publishers of legal analysis and case law. She is the immediate past Chairman of the Sports & Entertainment Section Executive Board of the State Bar of Georgia and Executive Director of Georgia Lawyers for the Arts.
She was recently selected as a Rising Star by SuperLawyers for the Entertainment practice in Georgia and has been the recipient of numerous regional and national awards and accolades for her entertainment practice.
All artists, especially photographers, are invited to attend the meeting and receive valuable information from Ms. Moore. There is no admission fee. For more info about the Shutterbugs, please visit their blog: www.wcgshutterbugs.blogspot.com.
· Sunday, May 20th, 1-4 p.m., “Art in the Garden,” UGA Research and Education Garden in Griffin: http://www.caes.uga.edu/campus/griffin/garden/index.cfm In the list of events, scroll down to “Art in the Garden” and click on the MORE INFO link to find directions and an invitation to exhibit your work. FREE ADMISSION.
· The new (and first!) chapter of the Georgia Nature Photographers’ Association (GNPA) will meet on Tuesday, May 15th at 6:30 p.m. at the J. Joel Edwards Public Library in Zebulon. It is located on Hwy. 19, about a mile south of the courthouse square. Everyone who enjoys nature photography is welcome to attend.
Sunday, March 25, 2012
On Saturday, March 17, 2012, eleven Shutterbugs plus 4 of their guests visited Noah’s Ark Animal Rehabilitation Center in Locust Grove. Members attending were: Allen Ellerbee, Anna Mary Ellerbee, Brenda Fayard, Carlotta VanHouten, Dianne Kelly, Francis Hauke, Glenda VanHouten, Johnnie Ann Gaskill, Marcia Fisher, Margie Lentini, and Mary Wagner.
A good time was had by the Shutterbugs, even though the double chain link fences surrounding some of the animals (bears, tigers, etc.) often prevented them from getting the images they wanted. However, they had good success in photographing buffaloes, turkeys, emus, ostriches, llamas, etc. in their pastures/pens, as well as animals strolling around: peacocks, ducks, and so forth.
Fawne DeRosia, former officer of Shutterbugs, has opened the “Fawne DeRosia Studio and Gallery,” located at 210 West Gordon Street (between TUAC and Specialties). The new business is open by appointment only. Contact Fawne at email@example.com.
Vol. 4, Issue 2 of Kitchen Drawer Magazine listed Brenda Fayard as one of the contributing photographers. (Her photos have appeared in past issues, as well.) That same issue announced that Fawne DeRosia’s photo “Mazzy and Dexter” won 2nd place in the “People with Pets” contest that the magazine hosted for a couple of weeks on Facebook.
What is Kitchen Drawer? According to their website, “Kitchen Drawer Online is a social network and community blog where everyday people, artists and businesses share modern day experiences as well as reminisce about the days past. At our core, we focus on history, culture and good livin' in the south….Our long-term goal is to create a centralized and local platform for Citizen Journalists, Historians, and Artists with a focus on “Preserving History; Promoting the Now”…The products of this effort will comprise our website, various publications (including a bi-monthly magazine), and social events….We are actively recruiting individuals to help in our cause. Bloggers, Photographers, Artists, Musicians, Poets, Programmers, Historians, Writers who want to contribute to our collective – reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 770-412-0441, our stop by 120 E Taylor St, Griffin, GA.”