- Special conversations with leading musicians, producers and policymakers
- How artists earn a living in today's music landscape
- Musicians examining innovative digital music services
- An up-close look at successful creative communities and music scenes across the country
- The legal and technological environment
- Creating Community media
Sunday, July 26, 2015
Home Grown Music-Tech-Radio Conference in Pittsburgh, Each One Teach One
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Please join us Saturday, August 1 from 10AM-5PM for Pittsburgh's one and only home grown music-tech- radio conference. Admission is free of charge and open to the public.
The Each One Teach One music and radio conference brings together incredible array of musicians, arts advocates, policymakers, technologists, media representatives and industry figures to discuss issues at the intersection of music, technology, policy and law. Your participation in these conversations has been crucial. Our past conferences were held on the campus of Carnegie-Mellon University. This year’s location is the Bloomfield-Garfield Activity Center. The center serves as BGC’s primary meeting place for public events and is located in the Penn Avenue Arts District. The site, located at 113 North Pacific Avenue, was built in 1898 and served the community for many years as Pacific Avenue United Methodist Church.
Past Each One, Teach One Conferences have included:
Visionary presentations from music industry leaders, innovators and thought-leaders.
Vince Eirene of Blast Furnace Radio was on hand to discuss how mountaintop removal became a worldwide environmental campaign.
The REAL Rock: Black Rock, Innovators and creators.
Jazz and Jazz programming: The changing media landscape.
AMERICANA SOUL: “The Blue Roots of Americana Music.
Reggae and World Music Panel
Black Radio confidential: Creating a new inch with an old ruler?
New Media with the "Techno Granny" Joanne Quinn-Smith
Paradise Gray and Jasiri Xtra presented "How to Succeed In Hip-hop without Selling your Soul"
Andrew W. Thornhill our "Transmedia" expert. He is a nationally recognized authority on change in the media marketplace, digital media and the industry-wide, 2009 DTV transition.
The Arts Greenhouse which is a hip-hop music education program that serves Pittsburgh teens through music technology classes, music recording projects, hip-hop performances, and workshops. The New Pittsburgh Courier which is one of the nation’s oldest Black newspapers. Positively Pittsburgh Live Magazine.Com. , Pittsburgh's FirstInternet Radio and TV Network.
"This event is important because it shares the value of participatory education. The Each One Teach One Conference, in its brief history, has established itself as an annual event which uses these techniques to further our knowledge of ourselves as culture carriers. Music and the influences upon it carry the soundtrack and imprint of our very lives. Whoever attends this conference leaves it better equipped to make a meaningful contribution to the culture".-David Jasaga Sawyer
Past participants have said...
"Each One Teach One is Vital, Not Only Because Knowledge Empowers, but because Shared Knowledge among Peers Encourages, Enriches and Establishes a Firm Base that Could Not be Acquired Alone...”
Jere B, SounDoctrine.com Originalternativefunkjazzfusion
“Kevin, I think we should be thanking you for your time and effort!
This was a great conference that has given me as a blues musician a lot of insight on music as a whole. This is a wonderful thing that you have put together. You have my 100% support for any future seminars/conferences. This is a great opportunity to network and keep music and all aspects about it alive in Pittsburgh!”
So, hats off to you and "Blues more than just a Faze"! Ms. Freddye
“It's a good feeling that good people like you keep the pulse of music beating strong.”
Founder of The Hip Hop on L.O.C.K. Project
The Black Music Education Project is a not-for-profit organization founded by Kevin Amos. In 1995
The BMEP produces, coordinates and manages events for the entire community. We also write articles on Black Music. In addition, Kevin Amos has been a panelist and speaker at many functions over the years including the Arts and Cultural Observatory at Carnegie Mellon University, various Hip-Hop symposiums, the Astron Music seminars, the Soul Patrol East Coast Convention, and the African American Jazz Preservation Society of Pittsburgh.
BLACK MUSIC EDUCATION PROJECT