Downtown Yonkers’ own Dave Steck is being honored by ArtsWestchester during their 50th anniversary by receiving their “50 for 50” award to recognize 50 artists who have made significant contributions to the arts in Westchester. This is just the latest award for Dave and his company Numeric Pictures, located at 55 Main Street, in the heart of Downtown Yonkers. They recently received their second Emmy nomination, this time for their commercial for YoFi Fest, the Yonkers Film Festival (which can be seen on the festival’s website at YoFiFest.com), which also won a “Best of Westchester Award” last year. Dave along with his wife and festival co-founder Patty Schumann, has been at the center of the growing arts movement in Downtown Yonkers for the last several years. It is the innovative businesses and creative leaders like Dave and Patty that are helping contribute to revitalization of Downtown Yonkers and our great city.
Tuesday, 3/3, 7-9pm: YoFiFest Special Event! YoFiFest (Yonkers Film Festival) will present a workshop with social media maven and Yonkers resident, Joyce Sullivan, Founder and CEO of SocMediaFin.com. Joyce will share her expertise about how to best utilize social media to help boost your career. During the first part of this intensive workshop, Joyce will demonstrate her Five Questions Approach designed to help you easily reach the people you want to reach. The second half of the evening will be an Ask and Answer session on customizing your online presence for your art, your business and your world. Reception at 7pm, presentation at 7:30pm. Tickets are $10 and can be purchased at www.brownpapertickets.com/event/1332807.
Seating is very limited so get your tickets now. At 66 Main St, 9th Floor.
Numeric Pictures is an award-winning full service creative production company that specializes in compelling content that connects with its audience across different media platforms. They provide creative direction, technical solutions and management supervision for fast paced, deadline driven projects where quality counts and production values have to exceed budget limitations.