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Amy Stoller
Chair

ArtsCore is dedicated to the needs and interests of arts and entertainment industry freelancers. Whether you think of yourself as a freelancer, short-term hire, gig worker, independent contractor, or private/sole/self-employed practitioner, if you specialize in providing professional voice, speech, and text coaching services to people, productions, and organizations in the arts and entertainment industry, you’re one of us, and this group is for you. Welcome!

Planning Group:

Amy Stoller
Douglas N. Honorof
Adrianne Moore
 

Next event:

Voice Preservation in a Jam: Inside the Video-Game Studio - 10/3/2021

In the video-game industry, young actors may be hired who haven’t acquired vocal-support skills. Experienced actors may be hired who once had heightened-voice training—but haven’t used it in ages. How can a coach help performers on the spot? Join Julia Lenardon* and a panel of voice actors and coaches as they share techniques for avoiding vocal damage while performing creature noises, death screams, and battle cries. With John Fleming, John Nelles,* and D’Arcy Smith.*
* VASTA member

Past Events:

ArtsCore Roundtable: Film & Television Dialect Coaching, led by Doug Honorof,* July 11. Experienced coaches (25 + feature or episodic coaching credits) were given a safe space for a gently guided water-cooler conversation, while early-career coaches, occasional coaches, and coaches-in-training got to be flies on the wall. This event was not recorded. Owing to popular demand, we expect to offer Part 2, date/time TBD.
* VASTA Member


Language, Voice, & Speech Practice In Australasian Theatre & Film, Apr. 9. What are the roles of voice and speech coaches in the Australasian arts and entertainment industry? How do cultural norms shape vocal practices? New Zealand-born dialect coach Adrianne Moore* got insights from Australian theatre coach Jennifer Innes,* Australian film and television coach Jenny Kent,* New Zealand theatre and film coach Alexandra Whitham, and New Zealand actor-playwright Mitch Tawhi Thomas. Read the Program.
*VASTA member

Dialect Coaching to Music: Opera/Art Song Edition, Feb. 28. Opera director Keturah Stickann introduced us to language and diction coaching in the opera and art song world, with singers and coaches Stefano de Peppo, Simon Gfeller, Kathryn LaBouff, & Erie Mills. Read the Program.