The Student Performing Artists (or SPA) is USM's Student organization for the performing artist. We put on 2 full student run productions a year as well as a cabaret night, improv group, and more. Any current student is welcome regardless of major. We strive to provide theatrical opportunities to students regardless of experience or major.
Prizes, networking, inspiration. Free and open to the public. A collaborative venture, the USM School of Music hosts an entrepreneurs event, not just for musicians, but for all creative people. Come listen to three world-class entrepreneurs share their stories and adventures! Then go out and make your ideas real.
Meet Leigh Kellis of Portland's morning sensation The Holy Donut; Heather Chandler of Westbrook's environmentally friendly publication The Sunrise Guide; and Kai Adams of everyone's favorite Sebago Brewing Company based in Gorham.
Creative people come from all disciplines, and all walks of life. Even so, when successful entrepreneurs tell their stories, we can relate and learn.
This event is part of Maine Entrepreneurship Week, hosted by the USM School of Music, and co-presented with the USM Department of Art, USM Department of Theatre, USM Department of Environmental Science, the USM School of Business, with support from the College of Science, Technology, and Health; the College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Science; Boyle Associates; and Michael R. Stevenson, provost.
For more information about CreateMaine, visit www.createmaine.com. Visit www.eweekmaine.org for more information about Maine Entrepreneurship Week events designed to help entrepreneurs succeed.
Members of the press, and those needing special accommodations to participate fully in this program, contact Lori Arsenault, (207) 780-5142, firstname.lastname@example.org. Hearing impaired: call USM's telex / TDD number (207) 780-5646
February 11, 2013
7:00 PM to 10:00 PM
Corthell Concert Hall, Gorham Campus
An entrepreneurship event for everyone in the Corthell Concert Hall. Free and open to the public.
USM Circle K is a member of Circle K International (CKI). CKI is the collegiate level of the Kiwanis International Family. CKI has about 13,000 members world wide in 17 nations. The Kiwanis Family overall has well over 600,000 members across the globe. USM Circle K members provide hundreds of community service hours while raising hundreds of dollars for various charities. We work closely with organizations in the local and international community. If you're looking to join a group that creates long lasting friendships, builds leaders, and provides community service, come check us out!