friends of #publicrcrds @leisuresuitgroup filming a piece for CHEK TV.
Public Records, a Canadian non-profit organization that helps emerging musicians, has partnered with TELUS to offer a $5000 grant to create a music video this summer. Not only will the grant cover the production costs for a video, but Public Records will support the musician and filmmakers with the needed training as well. The grant is applicable to musicians and filmmakers located in 15 communities throughout British Columbia and Alberta.
@publicrcrds does birthdays.
Public Records has just launched their first grant program, the ”Summer ‘13 Music Video Fund, supported by TELUS Optik Local™.” Grants of up to $5000 will be available to emerging artists—either musicians or filmmakers—in BC and Alberta to support the creation of independent music videos.
@wearetheherd guys, you’re just filming the party. #totallyunnecessaryrig #publicrcrds
Up and coming artists in B.C. and Alberta will soon be able to apply for a $5,000 video grant from new Vancouver collective Public Records.
via vancouver sun
the team looking serious.
when @boomparecords leaves us for #sxsw @publicrecords gets crazy. (at Boompa Records)