SOUND IN MOTION [Panel Discussion]: Harnessing Music for Positive Social Change
Throughout history, music has served as an undeniable force for change. In the last decade, rapid technological development has removed barriers to both music consumption and music creation - WHAT IMPLICATIONS DOES THIS PRESENT FOR THE FUTURE OF MUSIC AS AN AGENT OF CHANGE?
As part of the inaugural Sound in Motion Music Festival, join us on Sunday for an interactive panel discussion with:
Rosina Kazi: Toronto based musician with LAL & Activist
Siobhan Mckeown: Director, D.I.T Productions & Radical Video Editor
Bandana Singh: Social Entrepreneur, MineOwn Media &
Musician with Sing Bandana Sing
Taymoore Balbaa: Architect, Atelier 3am & Professor at Ryerson University
Moderator: John Alexiou - Founder, StudioFeed.
This is a FREE public event, though capacity is limited.
The event will take place on Sunday, July 15 at 2 - 4pm at the Centre for Social Innovation Bathurst location (720 Bathurst Street).
For more information, visit http://simtoronto.org/2012-02-08-17-55-11/art-advocacy-panel-discussion