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Comment by Ron Gill on August 10, 2009 at 9:17am
Ingrid...GREAT artwork, but as a former art director and graphic designer, the design for tees and caps should be more GRAPHIC oriented, rather than this kind of illustration. Something simple and colorful for sure, but more in a typographical design.
Maybe Jaijai can offer a simple prize by instituting a competition for the best design? How does that sit with everyone? Still think it's a great idea.
Comment by Leon (Sealey2k) Sealey on August 10, 2009 at 12:26am
Hi Ingrid, First of all, your artwork topshelf, as always. Thanks for offering your services for the teeshirt design. Please don't go away. We'll probably need a few more artists to come forward to make the process "interesting". Think of the long range possibilities associated with spreading our logo all over the world! Not only do we as a family become recognized as "jazz ambassadors", monies can be generated for worthy causes in our name and we can have fun making this happen at the same time. I made the suggestion, but Jaijai will have the final say on which design will represent TJNW. She has assured me she's working on it.
Comment by Ingrid Müller-Marx on July 31, 2009 at 2:04am

Hello, as many know I am artiste & draw jazzmusicians. I have hundreds of pictures and can´t decide at the moment which I will print on my T-Shirt. If you´re interested in my work, please contact me.
Swinging greetings, Ingrid
http://marx57.spaces.live.com is my homepage
Comment by Jaijai Jackson on July 28, 2009 at 4:00am
Workin' it out now Harry, thanks for the support :-)
Comment by Harry G on July 27, 2009 at 10:58pm
A Jazz Network T-Shirt is something to have. To be recognized in the world we participate in. So let's get on the ball!
Comment by Jaijai Jackson on July 27, 2009 at 11:47am
Aja, great news, if you haven't joined the Radio Broadcasters group yet, please do so that the members can find you and your great show! Thanks for speaking out I love that!!
Comment by Leon (Sealey2k) Sealey on July 21, 2009 at 11:32am
From: Jazz Promo Services





Want to learn to play a traditional Native American flute near Oneida? Broke your bongos in Buffalo? Trying to get a gig in Williamsburg? This is why we created
The New York Music Index and Archive (NYMIA).

The NYMIA is a freely available online database designed to provide information and access to all aspects of the popular music industry based in New York State. It was created by the ARChive of Contemporary Music, with funding from ARC, the NYState Music fund and Columbia University.

The goal of the NYMIA is to facilitate the everyday business of music-making through contacts and links. In this way anyone can learn about working artists, available grants, upcoming festivals, appropriate venues, instrument repair, aggregators, record companies, publishers, sales outlets - any and all music related goods and services.

We are asking that musician, support industries or any business that can help musicians create and share their art go to our site to join the NYMIA http://nymia.org/

To date over 40,000 people and businesses based in New York have joined. Joining is free and data is not marketed in any way by ARC.


The ARChive of Contemporary Music is a not-for-profit archive, music library and research center located in New York City. The ARChive collects preserves and provides information on the popular music of all cultures throughout the world.

Since 1985 our holdings have grown to two million sound recordings, making the ARChive the largest popular music collection in the World.

Members of the Board of Advisors are: David Bowie, Jellybean Benitez, Jonathan Demme, Ellie Greenwich, Jerry Leiber, Youssou N'Dour,
Lou Reed, Keith Richards, Nile Rodgers, Todd Rundgren, Fred Schneider, Martin Scorsese, Paul Simon, Mike Stoller and Jerry Wexler

54 White Street
New York City, 10013
tel : 212-226-6967
e : arcmusic@inch.com
http://arcmusic.org
blog: http://arcmusic.wordpress.com

The NYMIA (New York Musicians Index and Archive) is available for NY based musicians and music related businesses to join and anyone to search.

We hope it will be useful. Tell your friends.
http://www.nymia.org
Comment by Ron Gill on July 21, 2009 at 8:27am
Thanks, Jaijai....I have gotten a request already, thanks to programmer, Tom Maleson, (Tom the jazz man) to perform a concert in January, in New Bern, NC. If this happens it will be a great shot in the arm.
All musicians in Charlotte, or close by, give me a hello..I'm looking for musicians.
Comment by Fabrizio Cecca on July 20, 2009 at 1:53pm
Great idea, hoping that this bridge can help european festivals to change their programs and to add "fresh blood". Every year you have, more or less, the same artists and every year those artists perform in the different festivals in France, Italy, etc. It would be nice to listen to other artists...and also to have chances to perform
Comment by Jaijai Jackson on July 20, 2009 at 1:45pm
Great Idea IMI....this is what I'm talking about, utilizing all of our databases to create avenues of employment bridging the countries musically. It's not wishful thinking its wise thinking! Thank you for doing that! Please let me know the outcome, I'd be open to advertising Catania Jazz to begin the relationship so the network can lift them up as well!
 

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