Monster Ball 2012

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ART Corps's biggest event, Monster Ball, is quickly creeping upon us. Join us Friday, October 19th from 6 - 10pm at the OTC Main Campus Atrium

Activity line-up includes:
  •  Dancing with music provided by BATMAN
  •  Catering and refreshments
  •  Costume contest with prizes
  •  Photo booth
  •  And a very special guest performance...



Our costume contest includes $150 in cash prizes
1st place: $75 2nd place: $50 3rd place: $25


Tickets are on sale now! 
$5 in advance or $8 at the door, with a special group rate of $7/person for posses of 5 or more. Stop by the Gillioz 3rd Floor front desk or our table in the OTC Atrium to purchase yours today! E-mail otcartcorps@gmail.com for more info.

Upcoming Events for OTC Students

No upcoming events listed as of yet.

Upcoming Opportunities for Artists

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iPhoneography Workshop with Elise Ellis: October 20th, 2012 - Gillioz Theatre
Are you interested in photography, but regret not having your camera with you at all times? Do you have a smartphone that takes pictures?

Check out this upcoming opportunity presented by the OTC Fine Arts Department. Local photographer Elise Ellis is hosting an "iPhoneography" workshop about how to take great pictures with your mobile device. 

The workshop is Saturday, October 20th from 9am - 12pm. The cost is only $5, with proceeds benefiting the Gillioz Theatre. For more info, check out otc.edu/finearts or e-mail alliek@otc.edu.




Mid-America Theatre Conference: Playwriting Submissions & Actor Headshots due October 15th, 2012
Interested in playwriting or acting? Then be sure to submit either your 10-minute play or acting headshot to the Mid-America Theatre Conference, which is to be held March 7 - 10th, 2013 in St. Louis, Missouri. For more information, visit matc.us or e-mail herbertj@otc.edu.


Other Upcoming Area Events

Walk Until Hope is Found: October 27, 2012 - Drury University: Harrison Stadium - 4-7pm
Join ART Corps in supporting "Walk Until Hope is Found", a walk-a-thon to raise awareness about healing from grief and depression on college campuses as well as in our communities. The walk itself begins at 4pm and concludes with the 40 minute premiere of documentary filmmaker Patrick Mureithi's "Kenya: Until Hope is Found". Proceeds for the event benefit the National Alliance on Mental Illness and Kenya: Until Hope is Found.



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