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Dr Christopher J Smith (associate professor & Chair of Musicology and director of the Vernacular Music Center at Texas Tech University); keynote address Jan 27 2011 at Texas Association of Music ...

Dr Christopher J Smith (associate professor & Chair of Musicology and director of the Vernacular Music Center at Texas Tech University); keynote address Jan 27 2011 at Texas Association of Music Schools Annual Convention

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  • periods of crisis present moments of opportunity
  • Texans are profoundly responsive to the arts
  • Safeway
  • go play Irish tunes at night,
  • a “teaching” session
  • When I was hired at TTU in the summer of 2000
  • flattest, most griddle-like place
  • universities were the centers of communities,
  • held the Dark Ages at bay
  • Aren’t you the one who organizes all those ‘vernacular’ concerts?"
  • punk-rock/DIY
  • newspaper, magazine, local TV, local radio, internet, myspace, facebook, twitter, foursquare
  • newspaper, magazine, local TV, local radio, internet, myspace, facebook, twitter, foursquare
  • newspaper, magazine, local TV, local radio, internet, myspace, facebook, twitter, foursquare
  • newspaper, magazine, local TV, local radio, internet, myspace, facebook, twitter, foursquare
  • newspaper, magazine, local TV, local radio, internet, myspace, facebook, twitter, foursquare
  • newspaper, magazine, local TV, local radio, internet, myspace, facebook, twitter, foursquare
  • newspaper, magazine, local TV, local radio, internet, myspace, facebook, twitter, foursquare
  • newspaper, magazine, local TV, local radio, internet, myspace, facebook, twitter, foursquare
  • newspaper, magazine, local TV, local radio, internet, myspace, facebook, twitter, foursquare
  • three annual anchor events
  • three annual anchor events
  • three annual anchor events
  • Concert series
  • UK and Ireland and on the Continent
  • UK and Ireland and on the Continent
  • run-out presentations

Access, Advocacy, Inclusivity: Campus Roles in Building Musical Communities Access, Advocacy, Inclusivity: Campus Roles in Building Musical Communities Presentation Transcript

  • Access, Advocacy, Inclusivity: Campus Roles in Musical Communities
    Dr Christopher J Smith
    Vernacular Music Center, Texas Tech University School of Music
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  • periods of crisis present moments of opportunity
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  • inclusivity, access, and advocacy
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  • inclusivity, access, and advocacy
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  • inclusivity, access, and advocacy
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  • inclusivity, access, and advocacy
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  • Access: maximizing opportunity for communities
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  • Access: maximizing opportunity for communities
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  • Inclusivity:wider & more diverse communities
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  • Inclusivity: wider & more diverse communities
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  • Advocacy:being responsive & reaching out
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  • Advocacy: being responsive & reaching out
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  • James Bau Graves
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  • “you can’t push spaghetti”
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  • Lascaux, Namibia, Kakadu, Sierra daCapivara, Kalimantan, Padah-Lin
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  • Lascaux, Namibia, Kakadu, Sierra daCapivara, Kalimantan, Padah-Lin
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  • Lascaux, Namibia, Kakadu, Sierra daCapivara, Kalimantan, Padah-Lin
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  • Lascaux, Namibia, Kakadu, Sierra daCapivara, Kalimantan, Padah-Lin
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  • Lascaux, Namibia, Kakadu, Sierra daCapivara, Kalimantan, Padah-Lin
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  • Lascaux, Namibia, Kakadu, Sierra daCapivara, Kalimantan, Padah-Lin
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  • “Reclaiming the Commons One Tune at a Time”
    Christopher J Smith, New Hibernia Review 10/4 (Winter 2006).
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  • aw, heck, darlin’…up here, we learn to make our own fun.
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  • research, teaching, and advocacy in the world’s folk and traditional musics
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  • http://ttuvmc.org
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  • 1. ver·nac·u·laradj və(r)-ˈna-kyə-lər
    Definition of VERNACULAR
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  • 1. ver·nac·u·laradj və(r)-ˈna-kyə-lər
    Definition of VERNACULAR
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    a : using a language or dialect native to a region or country rather than a literary, cultured, or foreign language
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  • Aren’t you the one who organizes all those ‘vernacular’ concerts?
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  • access, inclusivity, and advocacy
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  • D.I.Y.
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  • Concert series
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  • Ensembles
    Tzumba! World Music Ensemble
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  • Ensembles
    Celtic Ensemble
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  • Ensembles
    Early Music Ensemble
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  • Ensembles
    Ragtime Ensemble
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  • Ensembles
    Tech Set-Dancers
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  • Ensembles
    Caprock Border Morris
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  • VMC Outreach Scholars
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  • Overseas
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  • Run-outs
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  • forty-thousand years
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  • Periods of crisis provide moments of opportunity
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