Mar. 18 WebCall -- Public Health Outreach for Mass Gatherings: King County, WA
Last Friday, Kate Becker, the Creative Economy Strategist for King County, Washington, hosted a conference call to share her experience in coordinating Public Health Outreach for Mass Gatherings in response to the COVID-19 virus.
In response to numerous inquiries, the Music Policy Forum is hosting a second meeting – this one via zoom videoconference – that is intended for interested people who were not able to join that first session. It will be Wednesday, March 18 at 4 PM Eastern (1 PM Pacific).
She will focus on how King County is responding to the virus, what they are telling their music venues, businesses, artists and community, and generally share her perspective on lessons learned throughout this process.
Feel free to circulate this invitation across your organizations and networks.
This event is co-hosted by the Music Policy Forum, Music Cities Together, the Center for Creative Futures at the Maremel Institute, and UCLA Herb Alpert School of Music.
Virtual Interns? Marketing Plans?
Working from home? We're connecting music industry professionals with UCLA virtual student interns (real people, not AI) who also will be working from home and can give you 120+ hours of help across April and May in this crazy time. Email us soonest if this is attractive -- our next group starts March 30. We can make this work for you.
Need a marketing plan done in that same time period by undergraduates to help you massively pivot right now? We're also starting marketing projects with real bands, brands, venues, etc. for our 11th year on March 30.
Podcast - Twitch for Musicians with Karen Allen
WFH can mean audiences who need to enjoy from home. And artists who also need to WFH. There is LOTS of streaming afoot, but we had Karen Allen, author of Twitch for Musicians, share insights in yesterday's podcast about both how complex this can be and how artists can find new audiences with this creative crowd.
What great resources are you watching in terms of streaming concerts, global trends, and local issues? Please email us voices and listings you have found valuable. We have put together a whole page of links and resources that you can share at http://bit.ly/COVID19MusicResources
Where are you digitally gathering for your best information across your communities? Let us know.
Save the Date - Resilience and Music Ecosystems Virtual Conference
Save April 17 for a co-hosted Virtual Conference on what is working across many cities and countries in local music ecosystems' systems and support in this time of disruption of life and live music. If you are interested in co-hosting or getting involved, email us. We will send out a sign up and more information later this week.
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