Wednesday, April 15, 2009

The Entertainment Industry

     So how does an entertainment company provide its entertainers?  Just like any other industry, it employs individuals to perform work tasks associated with its product.  Many of the entertainment companies have what they call "Contract Laborers".  They are individuals hired for a certain period of time, or for a certain task.  These individuals are free to work for whomever they wish (generally speaking) and are paid on an hourly basis.  They will frequently be contracted by the hosting company in consecutive events and become part of the group of individuals that work continually together.   There are some people who are on the permanent payrolls and are thereby salaried employees.

    In the face painting industry, it is the same.  Many of the painters work for each other.  So if a company touts "We have the best face painters" or "balloon artists" or "clowns",  more than likely it is the same entertainers who work for everyone else.

   You may be rest assured, that those I work with are wonderful people! Talented people! Each person is dedicated to their art of entertainment - whatever field it is in....whether it be in face painting, balloon art, or clowning.  When magicians are recommended, they are carefully picked to ensure pleasurable and memorable entertainment.

For the Safe Kids Fair, the people who worked together were (in order of the picture):

     Emily - Owner, "Face Painting Illusions & Balloon Art, LLC" (person taking the picture), Ariane, Dianna, Valerie, Joan, Paula, Marci (shown in video below).
   We so appreciate their skill in bringing fun and happiness to kids and adults alike!

For the purposes of this site, 99% of the pictures that are shown were painted by me.  Pictures taken for the Safe Kids Fair were shown on KOSY 106.5 site for their contest.

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