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Indie Girl: From Starting a Band to Launching a Fashion Company, Nine Ways… (edition 2008)

by Arne Johnson, Karen Macklin, Michael Wertz (Illustrator)

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Title:Indie Girl: From Starting a Band to Launching a Fashion Company, Nine Ways to Turn Your Creative Talent into Reality
Authors:Arne Johnson
Other authors:Karen Macklin, Michael Wertz (Illustrator)
Info:Zest Books (2008), Paperback, 136 pages
Collections:Loaners, Read but unowned
Rating:***1/2
Tags:nonfiction, ya, creativity, american, 2012

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Indie Girl: From Starting a Band to Launching a Fashion Company, Nine Ways to Turn Your Creative Talent into Reality by Arne Johnson

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0979017335, Paperback)

Are you a girl who’s tired of waiting for someone to design the perfect skirt? Bored by what adults think makes great "teen literature"? Insulted by the onslaught of fluffy spring break movies? Good—then you’re on the right track. The next step is to take matters into your own hands.

A fun and comprehensive guide for young women, Indie Girl contains all of the information you’ll need to start independent creative ventures, like dance companies, rock bands, art galleries, fashion companies, and more. Inside you’ll find out how to shoot a new TV show, cast and produce a play, pull together a poetry slam, make your own zine, and even build a float for a parade. You’ll also read quotes from teen and professional artists, receive technical and creative advice from pros, and get a better understanding of why and how women should be working together in the arts.

Indie Girl shows you that when girls get come together to be creative, there’s virtually nothing they can’t do!

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Contains information to start independent creative ventures including advice from pros to help provide an understanding of why and how women should be working together in the arts.

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