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Episode 8

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13th Jul 2021

Continuing What Worked into 2021

What worked in 2020 that we can take forward into 2021? Join this panel in exploring the various elements of what grew in this challenging time in areas ranging from how we shifted into virtual co-creation to the surges in music streaming. Music instruments and DAWs, as well as electronic gear, became sought-after creative tools. New organizations were founded to push for representation. What else happened that grew in 2020 and into 2021?

Emmanuel Legrand | Creative Industries Newsletter; Legrand Network
Karine Delage | Karyzma Agency
Michael Seman | Arts Management at Colorado State University
Matthew Bradbury | Tully App/Vertical Craft

Reference: Dr. Michael Seman’s “Lost Art: Measuring COVID-19’s Devastating Impact on America’s Creative Economy” with Dr. Richard Florida, from the Brookings Institute, August 2020. 

Audio Recorded from Session 02 of the Amplify Music 2021 Virtual Conference

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Amplify Music Communities
Local Music - Emerging from the Pandemic Globally
Music is changing locally around the world. Enjoy our Community Conversations with music leaders in cities, regions, and countries throughout 2021. And please get inspired from the panel sessions from the Amplify Music 2021 conference that we will roll out over the next few months. What is Amplify Music? Amplify Music began as a quick virtual conference in April 2021 to capture stories and challenges of local music early in the pandemic. We gathered 39 sessions of conversations across 25 hours in April. In April 2021, we gathered conversations back together for AM21. Please enjoy past recordings and the future Amplify Music Communities episodes.

This podcast was developed in part under grants from the U.S. Department of Education through its Center for International Business Education and Research at the University of Colorado Denver. This content does not necessarily represent the policies of the U.S. Department of Education.
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Gigi Johnson

Gigi Johnson owns Maremel, which runs transformative programs, invests, advises, and produces multimedia on creativity and technology. Her current initiatives include the Amplify Music conferences, podcast, channel, and research with 45 organizations; books on technology and creative work; events on local creative startups; and a new creative industries skills training program. She taught for 22 years at UCLA, where she ran the Center for Music Innovation, built four industry-connecting programs, and taught undergraduates, MBAs, and executives about disruption in creative industries. Before UCLA, she financed media M&A at Bank of America for ten years. She holds a doctorate in educational leadership for change from Fielding Graduate University, an MBA from UCLA Anderson, and a BA in film/TV production from USC.