KISSFIST Magazine: Issue 10 Released
The Rosa Lee Show The long wait is finally over. KISSFIST just released our 10th issue today. Our theme is Deaf Women. Wanna read? Just click HERE KF VLOG: Issue 10 Click here to view the embedded video.
Fri, Jan 20 2012
ASL Music Video: Who Says by Selena Gomez
The Rosa Lee Show ASL Music Video: Who Says by Selena Gomez, translated by Rosa Lee & Jasmine Casella. Check it out! [...]
Mon, Sep 05 2011
ASL Music Video: Time of My Life (Dirty Bit) Translated by...
The Rosa Lee Show Got a little treat for you all from Russell Harvard and I. Be sure to crank up your volume because this music video is sure to make you wanna dance! Click here to view the embedded video.
Thu, Jun 09 2011
Deaf Music Camp for Adults: Press Release
The Rosa Lee Show FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE May 2011 Contact: Rosa Lee Timm, Camp Director email@example.com [link] VP: 866.506.9081 DEAF MUSIC CAMP FOR ADULTS: REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN Deaf Music Camp (DMC) is now accepting deaf and hard of hearing adults from age 18 and older to our program. Adult session will be held at The Holley Family Village in Brooklyn, Michigan during ...
Sun, May 01 2011
ASL Music Video: What’s Love Got to Do With It? By Tina...
The Rosa Lee Show Here is the latest music video for you to enjoy!
Sun, Mar 20 2011
DMC AUDITION DEADLINE EXTENDED
The Rosa Lee Show FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE March 2011 Contact: Rosa Lee Timm, Camp Director firstname.lastname@example.org [link] VP: 774-314-3155 DEAF MUSIC CAMP AUDITION DEADLINE EXTENDED The deadline for this summer’s Deaf Music Camp (DMC) audition will be extended from March 15th, 2011 to April 20th, 2011. The deadline has been extended in response to numerous requests from students ask...
Sun, Mar 20 2011
Forgiveness by Diana Cho & Rosa Lee
The Rosa Lee Show ASL translation of a poem written by Diana Cho
Mon, Mar 07 2011
PRESS RELEASE: Seeking Sponsors for Deaf Music Camp
The Rosa Lee Show FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE February 2011 Contact: Jasun Hicks, DMC Marketing Director email@example.com [link] VP: 760-316-7997 SEEKING SPONSORS FOR DEAF MUSIC CAMP Deaf Music Camp (DMC) is seeking sponsors and donors to support and help defer the cost of hosting DMC. If you, or any business you know, may be interested in becoming a sponsor please e-mail Jasun Hi...
Thu, Feb 10 2011
Second Summit on ASL/English Bilingual Early Childhood for...
The Rosa Lee Show Gallaudet University's Department of Education is proud to host the second Summit on American Sign Language/English Bilingual Early Childhood Education for Deaf Children at Gallaudet University. Check out flyer below for more info.
Thu, Feb 03 2011
DWC Conference: Deaf Womyn Vaudeville
The Rosa Lee Show Deaf Women of Color performers are presenting “Deaf Womyn Vaudeville” show which is a wide variety of storytelling, comedy, skits, poetry, mime, and so on. It wil be a golden opportunity to show how multiculturalism is presented in a visual way. Check the flyer below for more details.
Thu, Feb 03 2011
The Rosa Lee Show DVD: Free Giveaway!
The Rosa Lee Show I am having another giveaway today because 1) I just hit 3k tweets and I thought I ought to celebrate that. 2) I need to de-clutter my art room, 3) its fun. This time, I'm giving away ONE “The Rosa Lee Show” DVD to a lucky winner. To enter, please visit Black Opal [...]
Wed, Jan 19 2011
Deaf Women of Color Conference IV: Updated Info
The Rosa Lee Show Here is the updated information about upcoming Deaf Women of Color Conference IV that is to be held at San Leandro, California. Check out the flyer below and their website at deafwomenofcolor.com to register for the event. Happy New Year!
Tue, Jan 11 2011
Deaf Music Camp Welcomes 4 New Camp Counselors
The Rosa Lee Show DMC is excited to introduce our four new camp counselors who will be working with us. Please welcome: Lizzie Sorkin of Multimedia Arts Nyke Prince of Music & Sound Megan Klusza of Song Translation and Regina Daniels of Dance & Movement. To learn more about these phenonomal individuals, visit our blog at [link] Have a happy new year!
Sat, Jan 01 2011
Deaf Music Camp: Q & A
The Rosa Lee Show Deaf Music Camp Director, Rosa Lee Timm, answers the most common questions regarding Deaf Music Camp. For more information about Deaf Music Camp, please go to [link] Video summary: Q: Can hard of hearing individuals who don't know sign language be eligible for the camp? A: Yes, although, all of our sessions will be taught in ASL. We [...]
Mon, Dec 20 2010
Deaf Music Camp Promo Video
The Rosa Lee Show Check out Deaf Music Camp's new promo video! Please share this video with anybody you know! ox
Thu, Dec 09 2010
PRESS RELEASE: Deaf Music Camp
The Rosa Lee Show FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE December 2010 Contact: Rosa Lee Timm, Camp Director firstname.lastname@example.org [link] VP: 866.506.9081 DEAF MUSIC CAMP FOR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS Deaf Music Camp (DMC), a summer program for deaf high school student artists to be held at The Holley Family Village in Brooklyn, Michigan, today announces it’s first ever summer session along with the ...
Thu, Dec 02 2010
Pepsi and Clerc’s Children: Voting begins on August 1st!
The Rosa Lee Show Help Clerc's Children to create first bilingual website for toddlers everywhere. Hearing, deaf, koda. Voting begins on August 1st. Vote everyday for 31 days to win $50,000. Be sure to type Clerc's Children on search button to vote.
Tue, Jul 27 2010
News Flash! DYCC Postponed
The Rosa Lee Show News Flash! The dates for Deaf Youth Camp of Color (DYCC) have been postponed to Sunday, June 27th – July 11th, instead of June 13-27, 2010. The main reason for the change is that most of the schools along the east coast will close around the second and third week of June and they wish [...]
Fri, May 07 2010
I Wonder Why by Terrylene: An Evening of ASL Poetry &...
The Rosa Lee Show Terrylene, a renowned Deaf actress, is providing a performance at Gallaudet University on April 23rd, 2010 at 8:00 PM. Her show, “I Wonder Why,” is a fund-raising event for National ASL and English Bilingual Early Childhood Education. Go and check it out!
Fri, Apr 09 2010
Deaf People of Color Conference: Discount
The Rosa Lee Show Hello, everyone! Because of the current economic crisis and the hardships it's caused for Deaf people of color, the Conference registration fee has been reduced from $400 to $250. The registration deadline has been extended to May 30. Yes, that's right–only $250 for registration! Rooms at the DoubleTree Portland can be reserved until May 23, so please don&...
Sun, Mar 21 2010
Answering Questions About DHHMC
The Rosa Lee Show Today I came across some unfortunate news from New Hampshire: Eric Eliason, of Deaf and Hard of Hearing Mortgage Consultants (DHHMC), was arrested and accused of fraudulent mortgage practices. This came as a surprise to me, as I am sure it does for many members of the Deaf community in New England. I [...]
Wed, Feb 10 2010
National People of Color Conference: Why You Should Go!
The Rosa Lee Show Click on image to download promo flyer for National People of Color Conference in Oregon.
Thu, Dec 10 2009
FIRST TIME EVER! Deaf Youth Camp of Color
The Rosa Lee Show National Deaf People of Color Council is hosting a deaf camp for People of Color teens for the first time ever. This camp is designed for 48 high school Deaf and Hard of Hearing youths of all ethnic/racial backgrounds. Please click on flyer below for more information about the camp and to [...]
Thu, Oct 08 2009
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ASL Music Video: Scream
The Rosa Lee Show Viewer Discretion is Advised: This video contains mature language that may not be appropriate for children. The words/lyrics in Michael Jackson's song, “Scream” does not reflect the artists' beliefs. This song is to interpret the lyrics in American Sign Language, and we do not own any rights. Edited by Janis.
Mon, Jun 22 2009
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The Rosa Lee Show on DeafNation News #20
The Rosa Lee Show Greetings! I had an interview with DeafNation News reporter, Seth Gerlis, who happens to be an old college friend of mine. Our interview was posted on their website along with “It feels So Good” (as welll as “All I Want”) music video as the video clip of the week. Click on image below to view [...]
Thu, Jun 04 2009
It Feels So Good - ASL Music Video
The Rosa Lee Show This music video is a rendition of Bill Gaither Trio's song called, “LIFE” - a childhood fave of mine... but since I lost my cassette and that Bill Gaither Trio no longer sell their LIFE songs, I asked my husband, Damon Timm, to remake this song for me. We revised some of the lyrics as [...]
Sat, May 09 2009
2009 - My Reflections
The Rosa Lee Show Good afternoon, folks. This morning, I realized that we started off this year with a brand new African American President and that I will be starting off my first 2009 show at a District of Columbia Area Black Deaf Advocates fundraiser event in Fredrick, Maryland! I couldn't think of a better event to kick off [...]
Sun, Jan 25 2009
For Your Viewing Pleasure: ASL Music Video
The Rosa Lee Show Cry Me a River by Justin Timberlake Translated by Rosa Lee Note: The translation is not the same as the lyrics. Lyrics are below: “Cry Me A River” You were my sun You were my earth But you didn't know all the ways I loved you, no So you took a chance And made other plans But I bet you didn't think that they would [...]
Sun, Jan 25 2009
D-PAN on CNN News
The Rosa Lee Show Sean Forbes, co-founder of D-PAN, notified me via email that CNN aired its interview with Sean about D-PAN via CNN and CNN international few times this week. Check out the link to the video: D-PAN ON CNN NEWS Kudos to everybody! -Rosa Lee
Mon, Nov 17 2008
The Rosa Lee Show at Indiana/Kentucky Cities
The Rosa Lee Show The Rosa Lee Show had its first mini-tour in the state of Indiana/Kentucky last week. Some of you may know that Indiana is a state that holds dear to my heart. It was where I spent most of my youth living as a student at Indiana School for the Deaf (ISD). It is also [...]
Mon, Nov 17 2008
Captions, Mozilla Firefox, and Xiph’s Theora Codec
The Rosa Lee Show Wanted to take a moment to point out some additional movement to support captioning on the web: just read an article over at linux.com about a new mailing list and effort to bring captioning support to the free video codec Theora (which will be natively supported by Firefox in version 3.1). This is important because Theora [...]
Mon, Oct 13 2008
The Rosa Lee Show at Jackson Heights, NY
The Rosa Lee Show Last Friday, I did a show at Lexington School for the Deaf at Jackson Heights, NY. Instead of flying across the country like I usually do, we just simply drove up to New York and then return back on the same day. Definitely a nice change for us. As for the show, I had a [...]
Sun, Sep 28 2008
The Rosa Lee Show at Brooklyn, Michigan
The Rosa Lee Show Greetings Folks! Yep, we just upgraded our website! I know it has been a longggg overdue but I hope its worth the wait. Kudos to Damon Timm for his hard work, developing this site. There are few new additions such as enabling video comments, new video previews and overall usability. Since my last post, I did quite a [...]
Thu, Sep 25 2008
Kiss-Fist Magazine: Issue Two
The Rosa Lee Show Greetings, folks! My brother and I just completed our 2nd issue of Kiss-Fist Magazine. We are truly grateful for all of your support, especially your contribution into making this magazine “fun, energetic, artistic, and informative.” We hope to release our 3rd issue in December so feel free to send us an email at submissions (at) [...]
Tue, Aug 12 2008
Deaf People of Color Conference at Portland, Oregon
The Rosa Lee Show The Second National Deaf People of Color Conference will be held in June 2010 at the Oregon Conference Center and the Doubletree Hotel-Lloyd Center in download Portland. www.deafpeopleofcolor.org
Fri, Jun 20 2008
The Rosa Lee Show Kiss-Fist is a family online magazine founded as a project by brother-and-sister team, Rosa Lee and Frank Gallimore. It is a “word-of-hand” magazine dedicated to spread the word about our family, friends, and know-whos' craft. Whether it be off the beaten path, art, poetry, fiction, photography, or even works that defy categorization. [...]
Sun, Jun 08 2008
Netflix Subscribers: Call for Captions!
The Rosa Lee Show Hey Everyone, You may have seen the news recently that Netflix was releasing a $99 set-top box that allows subscribers, at no extra charge, to view on-demand movies on their televisions. However, if you are a Netflix user and interested in watching streaming video on your computer or television you may be dismayed to find [...]
Tue, May 20 2008
More Photos from Fulton, MO
The Rosa Lee Show Greetings! My friend just sent me a dvd full of pictures that one of her co-workers took during my performance at William Woods University last month. Here they are for your viewing pleasure.
Sun, May 11 2008
The Rosa Lee Show at Fulton, MO and London, England
The Rosa Lee Show Greetings! The summer is just around the corner! We have had a LOOONNGG winter here in New England so its a treat to be able to enjoy outdoors for a change. I have had two shows since I last blogged. One was at Fulton, Missouri and the other at London, England. The first [...]
Thu, Apr 17 2008
D-PAN’s New Music Video
The Rosa Lee Show Greetings, folks. I just got back from Fulton, Missouri where I did my one-woman show. After learning about D-PAN's recent release of “Beautiful” music video, I couldn't wait to post it here so that y'all can see it. I'll post again re: my trip to Fulton once I catch my breath. Without further [...]
Sat, Mar 29 2008
The Rosa Lee Show at Talladega, AL
The Rosa Lee Show Guess what? I got more pictures to share this time! I just did another show at Talladega, Alabama for the Birmingham Area Interpreter Training (BAIT)'s ASL Total Immersion Weekend at Shocco Springs. I was doing my one-woman show as well as my “Art of Storytelling” 2 hour workshop. [...]
Tue, Feb 26 2008
The Rosa Lee Show at Fremont, CA
The Rosa Lee Show Greetings! I hope you've had a pleasant Valentine's Day. I sure did. On Feb 9th, I performed my very first show for the year of 2008 at California School for the Deaf, Fremont. They were hosting an African American awareness day at their school where parents of African American deaf students came together to discuss/socialize/etc. [...]
Sun, Feb 17 2008
D-PAN Video Shoot
The Rosa Lee Show Greetings! I just got back from a weekend-long video shoot of D-PAN's latest music video production in Detroit, Michigan. Their video should be released within 2-3 weeks from now so do keep an eye out for it. There were three out-of-towners and four local performers involved in this shoot. It was wonderful getting to [...]
Tue, Oct 30 2007
The Rosa Lee Show at Menasha, Wisconsin
The Rosa Lee Show Greetings! I know it has been forever since I've posted an update about my show. I've been working on several projects as well as taking care of my mom but nonetheless, I thought I'd share you some pictures of my recent performance at Wisconsin, hosted by Deaf Empowerment Inc. I also provided a hour long workshop for children who attended the event...
Tue, Oct 23 2007
RID Conference at San Francisco
The Rosa Lee Show Thank God its Friday! I just got back from a week-long business trip from California. I spent the first four days, working as an actress/sign model for Dawn Sign Press'project called, "ASL at Work." It was wonderful bumping into old (and new) faces such as Antionette Abbamonte, Mark Morales, Lisa Hermatz, Danny Lucero, and several others... [...]
Fri, Aug 10 2007
Performance at Alabama Association of the Deaf Conference
The Rosa Lee Show Howdy, Fans! I just got back from a performance gig at Alabama Association of the Deaf conference in Birmingham. While I was there, I was fortunate enough to be able to catch Claudia Gordon's workshop regarding emergency and safety within Deaf Community when natural disasters hit our homes. It was inspiring to learn that she was the first black deaf woman who [...]
Tue, Jun 19 2007
ASL Festival @ Boston
The Rosa Lee Show Northeastern University had just celebrated their 10th annual ASL Festival on March 30/31st. I had the honor to be one of the performers for the evening program. Patrick Graybil, Bill Ennis, Adrian Blue, Robert DeMayo, and Ivy Velez also provided their own 20-min piece throughout the evening. My piece was "Who's on First?" with Janis Cole. We had [...]
Thu, Apr 12 2007
King of the Jews ? ASL Interpreted Play @ Boston
The Rosa Lee Show Come and see an ASL interpreted play on March 3rd, 2pm at Boston. For more information re: tickets and exact location, please go to Boston Playwright's Theatre's website. To view an ASL synopsis video of the play, do click below. See you there! -Rosa Lee
Tue, Feb 27 2007
TV Show: Law & Order seeking Deaf and Signing Actors
The Rosa Lee Show Law & Order episode - Need Deaf and ASL-using Extras! Grant Wilfley Casting is currently looking for extras for an upcoming episode of “Law & Order Criminal Intent”. Our next episode, that starts shooting Monday February 12th, centers on the deaf community and will have several scenes where people using ASL are needed. We wanted to use as [...]
Fri, Feb 09 2007
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