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Tuesday, May 3 • 4:45pm - 5:45pm
The Future of Music

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In the great binary shift from analog to digital and certainly through the birth, and subsequent explosion of the Internet, Music has oft been last to the technological party. Whether Napster or today's world of apps that are eating Music's lunch - the attention economy has largely put the music experience into the background. User Generated Content is exploding and today's stars and celebrities are being born on YouTube, Vine and Social Media. This panel will address the future of music in this digital and interactive world and look at how new ways of looking at music, playing with music and ultimately freeing music will have impacts on industry, education and connecting us all.

Moderator : Julie Anixter - Executive Director AIGA

Dylan Brewer - Marketing at G.O.O.D. Music/Def Jam Recordings
Cortney Harding - Music Technology Writer and Consultant
Craig Swann - Founder Looplabs. Music/Tech veteran
 

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Julie Anixter

Co-Founder, Exec Editor, Innovation Excellence
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Dylan Brewer

Marketing, Def Jam Recordings/G.O.O.D. Music
Dylan Brewer is an aspiring game-changer in music, storytelling, and experiential design. Before his current gig at Def Jam, Dylan launched his career out of college at Google in Strategic Music Partnerships, producing artist-to-fan experiences with Sam Smith, Ariana Grande, Demi... Read More →
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Cortney Harding

Founder, Friends With Holograms
Cortney Harding is a professor, author, and the founder of Friends With Holograms, an agency that helps brands, advertisers, and entertainment companies understand VR and other emerging technologies. Harding teaches a series of seminars that explain best practices for using VR, creating... Read More →
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Craig Swann

Founder, Looplabs
For 20 years, Craig Swann’s passion has been using technology to connect people and music through innovative, intimate and interactive experiences. In 2001, he developed the internet’s first online music studio, Looplabs. Millions of people have benefited from his innovations... Read More →


Tuesday May 3, 2016 4:45pm - 5:45pm
St. Francis College 180 Remsen St, Brooklyn, NY 11230