Crisp, New $1K Bill
Awarded as Top Prize
Loveland, Ohio - The result of Loveland Magazine's successful Poetry Slam last April is a more comprehensive celebration of local high school talent. On Saturday, February 2, 2013, the "Hold On Talent Slam" will celebrate contestants in all performing arts.
$3,500 in total cash will be awarded, including a crisp, new, $1,000 bill for the most talented among area high school students.
It is co-sponsored and hosted by Loveland Magazine which has offices in the historic school building near the Loveland Post office. Also sponsoring are Shawn and Chandra Custis, owners of the arts building, A.S.A.P. (Andrew's Suicide and Awareness and Prevention) a ministry of Epiphany United Methodist Church, and Loveland High School Active Minds.
The Loveland Artists Studios on Main was chosen because of the eclectic nature of the historic building and its appeal to young contestants preforming on stage in the main art gallery.
In addition to Shawn and Chandra Custis donating use of his building, Shawn is providing some of the $3,500 cash prize and also offering thousands of dollars worth of college tuition credits for use at many of Ohio's most prestigious colleges.
The Hold On Talent Slam will be free and open to the public. Doors will open at 6 PM, so visitors can tour the studio, home to 30 local artists.
Talent will be on stage at 7 PM.
The Slam has no entry free, however those interested in slaming their talents must audition by electronic submission.
E-mail email@example.com for audition instructions or other questions. You can also call: 513-314-6719.
The public, fans and friends alike will be eligible for many valuable door prizes at this free event. Drinks, snacks, and light food fare will be on hand.