More information about #EveryFeeling

 

After you've Funded a Feeling, I'd like to invite you to take part in my campaign to show the world that having feelings is okay, no matter what they are.

The whole thing will take you about 2 minutes. Here's how it works:

 
 

STEP 1:
Take a selfie of you feeling a feeling! (Any feeling at all.) Just make sure your face is clearly visible

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GIANT EXAMPLE 

OF MY GIANT FACE AND GIANT FEELING

STEP 2:
Tweet it at me using the hashtag #everyfeeling!

 
 

That's it!
I will retweet you with story about what I think you're feeling, using 280 characters or less. You and your beautiful feeling will be on Twitter for all the world to see!


RECENT MENTIONS OF #EVERYFEELING ON TWITTER:

 

F.A.Q.

Is it possible to give more than $32.50?

Yes you can, you sweet angel fish. We are looking for 5 dream donors to fund production & post-production. If you are interested in being one of these dream donors, you can contact me directly via email: itsellen@ellenwintermakesthings.com

 

Where can i listen to your music now?

You can buy two of my EPs on Bandcamp. This will also go directly to the album fund!

 

WHO DID YOUR SUPER COOL VIDEO/BACKSTAGE PHOTOS?

Why that would be the fabulous Alison Grasso, who is an aesthetic genius. Definitely check out her stuff!


ABOUT ME

I create new work in music, theater and the in-between. My most recent OG material can be heard in the musical podcast 36 Questions which I co-wrote/directed/composed with Chris Littler. It stars Jonathan Groff and Jessie Shelton, and was produced by Two-Up Productions. I'm also 1/5 of nerd-rock group Chamber Band, and together we've made three albums and adventured on three national tours. In the world of theater, I've had the joy of working with Dave Malloy, Heather Christian, The Bengsons, Mark Bennett, and César Alvarez. I've also performed at Rough Trade, Joe's Pub, Ars Nova, The Knitting Factory, and SPACE on Ryder Farm. I'm a member of Electric Eye Ensemble, The Daughters Collective, and The Story Pirates. This year, Chris and I are Resident Artists in Ars Nova's Maker's Lab.