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ARMS Has Some Deadly Weapons For You

Ideas!

Ideas that are powerful. Ideas that go off like bombs.

We have ideas designed to free your mind, free up your life, and give you a better chance to develop a sustainable long-term career in the arts industry.

These ideas are coming to a waterfront location near you soon.

PUT 5.00pm WEDNESDAY DECEMBER 4 IN YOUR DIARY NOW!

From 5pm for just one hour, we bring you our seminar show:

PRESENT ARMS at the Pacific Crystal Palace on Taranaki Wharf.

(This show is a pilot for a nationwide roadshow to be held in February/March 2003.)

What can you expect at PRESENT ARMS?

AN HOUR OF INSIGHT, USEFUL TOOLS AND LOTS OF LAUGHS!

NO FREE STEAK KNIVES OR BORING SLIDES WITH LOTS OF WRITING ON THEM!

Mark Cubey and Michael Lockhart will speak about taking charge of your creative life, increasing your revenue streams, making your marketing effective, and connecting easily with artistic peers and organisations that can help you succeed.

Make 2003 your breakthrough year!

How do you value your time? $10 an hour? $100 an hour? The hour you spend with ARMS experiencing change, coaching, connectivity and championing will give you value many times that amount.

And - unbelievably - the session is TOTALLY FREE!

Plus there's a BIG PARTY AFTERWARDS!

How can you lose?

There's one catch: you will need to register, as attendance is limited to 250 people.

DO IT NOW!

Got to: http://www.arms.org.nz/register/

Come along on December 4 at 5pm.

Then stick around after PRESENT ARMS from 6pm for...

pARTy

- a casual shindig for Wellington's arts community: music, theatre, visual arts, dance, museum, literature, film, music, gallery, freelance, venue, sponsor, funder, media ... an easy way to have a year-end catch-up and drink-up with the rest of the biz... it's free as well!

All at the amazing travelling Pacific Crystal Palace on Odlins Plaza, Taranaki Wharf (between the Odlins building and the lagoon) .

PRESENT ARMS 5pm>6pm
pARTy 6pm>whenever
Wednesday 4 December
Pacific Crystal Palace

(Feel free to pass this on to anyone else who you think may be interested!)

ARMS contact: Mark Cubey / cubey@arms.org.nz / 021 2200 400

Pacific Crystal Palace contact: Grant O'Neill / grantoneill@xtra.co.nz / 801 5464 / 021 898 701


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