May 2-4, 2018, the Institute for Research in Music and Community (IRMC) at Brandon University hosted a conference designed to assist musicians in developing strategies and skills relating to their presence in the online world. Digital Strategies for Musicians included sessions on developing appropriate websites, managing social media, producing viral videos, online promotion and distribution, as well as a discussion of funding opportunities and sources.
The keynote speakers were Adrian Fung (featured in Fortune magazine among the Best and Brightest Executive MBAs as well as being a celebrated cellist and Associate Dean at University of Oklahoma’s Weitzenhoffer Family College of Fine Arts) and Michael Morreale (Director of Digital Content, Toronto Symphony Orchestra). Other presenters included Elise Roller (Manitoba Music), Stephen Carroll (Manitoba Film and Music), Graham Street and Malena Gonzalez (Interactive Media Arts, Assiniboine Community College), as well as T. Patrick Carrabré, Scott Howarth and Megumi Masaki (IRMC, Brandon University).
The Authenticity of Digital: Keynote Takeaways from Adrian Fung and Michael Morreale
Click on the links below to see some of the presentations that were given at the Conference:
- Building and Maintaining Your Digital Presence Part I
- Building and Maintaining Your Digital Presence Part II
- Shooting Your Video
Manitoba Music is a great resource. Here are links to some of their professional development resource pages:
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