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Beats and Bytes: Music and Creativity in the Information Age

As social media technologies continue to advance, how will the effects of these innovations be experienced by musicians, their audiences, and the information professionals who organize music? While websites ranging from iTunes to MySpace to last.fm and Pandora abound, how can you best navigate these spaces ethically while discovering new talent or learning more about favorite genres? What's now, and what's next? 

The Potomac Valley Chapter of ASIS&T is pleased to bring you local musicians, information professionals, and music experts on a lively panel discussion about the many fascinating issues that the Information Age brings to music and its analysis. 

Panelists (Invited):
Ginger Richards - Librarian/Musician
Mike Pahn - Librarian/Musician
Brent Burton - Music Critic
Raul DeLeon - Social Media Guru and Musician
Ben Licciardi - Librarian/Musician

 

When:

Tuesday, April 28th

 

Where:

Catholic University of America
May Gallery, John K. Mullen Library
620 Michigan Ave., N.E., Washington , DC 20064
Directions: http://www.cua.edu/directions/ 
Campus Map: http://welcome.cua.edu/cuamap.pdf

 

Cost:

$15 Members, $20 Non-Members, $0 Students

 

RSVP:

Friday, April 24, 2009 (5pm)


THREE WAYS TO REGISTER:

 1) Online https://www.asis.org/Chapters/asispvc/pvcregform_04282009.html

 2) Fax Registration Form to (301) 495-0810

 3) Mail Registration Form to:

Jon Simons 
10818 Crippen Vale Court
Reston, VA 20194-1419

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