Culturebot Wants You!

Culturebot launched in December 2003 as a way to help build community and raise awareness of PS122.  Over the years it has grown to encompass a wider perspective – all of NYC and beyond. Still, it is a labor of love (meaning no-one gets paid!) and as much as we want to become a national magazine of the performing arts and culture, we just don’t have enough hours in the day to cover it all. And we can’t clone ourselves to be everywhere at once!

That’s why we’re calling on you, our loyal national Culturebot readership, to step forward and take your place amongst the NYC-based Culturebot contributors.  Are you a culture vulture? Are you passionate about contemporary performing arts and culture? Do you like finding new stuff and sharing it with people? Are you plugged into your region/community? Do you want to help build awareness of your local artists and tie them into the national scene? Then help us grow Culturebot by becoming a regional contributor. Just a few posts a month could make all the difference!

If you think you’ve got what it takes and would like to join Team Culturebot, email founder/editor Andy Horwitz at andyATculturebotDOTorg. Let us know what region you would like to cover, send in some ideas for articles and a few writing samples – or links to your own blog. If it seems like a good fit, we’ll set you up as a contributor to Culturebot and you will be a part of this great adventure!

Thanks for your support!!

-Andy

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