I live in York PA now and everything around here seems to be some kind of Fest, so we’re calling it York FutureFest.
It will be the first weekend in October, and even if you can’t come, I could use your help.
I’ve been doing this for over twenty years, so I know what needs to be done, but I’m also just one person, and can’t do everything. I have a web team, but none of them are familiar enough with this kind of event to generate content. We are working on a site on http://www.yorkfuturefest.org, and in the meantime I put a skeleton page on the site of the parent non-profit, York XL.
Early bird memberships are really cheap right now but go up to $40 August 5th.
If you or someone you know can produce a Call for Art and specify artist rules and registration for the web team, I’d really like to have that go out August 1 if not sooner.
If you or someone you know can write press releases, and/or be a press officer, that would also be quite helpful.
I have a couple of copy editors but could also use someone who can translate things into Spanish.
We have a local graphics designer working on a logo for York FutureFest and as soon as we settle on that (probably tomorrow), we could really use a good layout person to make up a flyer and a postcard.
We also really need a treasurer with time available. Part of the reason for this event is that York PA, once the Detroit of the East Coast, is struggling like, well, Detroit.
Most of my friends here are community activists. They are amazing and capable and already doing a lot, so I’m asking if any of my other friends can lend a hand. York XL has a treasurer but not one who has run conventions.
The long list of roles for which we could use experienced smofs is long, so please, if you know people in the region or can travel here in October, please reach out to those friends personally, and then let me know if you or they can help.
I can be reached at email@example.com or by cell at 734. 649. 4534.
This entry was originally posted at https://netmouse.dreamwidth.org/816830.html. Please comment there using OpenID.