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Future of music coalition

  1. 1. Future of Music Coalition<br />Tyler Gardner<br />
  2. 2. What is the FMC?<br />The Future of Music Coalition is a nonprofit organization with the desire to create a musical national where many cultural artists can get exposure, fair compensation and fans can hear the music they want<br />It was founded in June 2000 by musicians, experts and advocates of artists<br />They fight to give musicians a voice in national issues, despite dissenting opinions <br />
  3. 3. Mission <br />Mission<br />Encourage musicians to express their talents<br />Help artists receive fair compensation for their work<br />Push music into the community, expand availability of music <br />Outreach<br />Analyzes issues that plague musicians <br />Publishing research in media <br />Hosting events <br />
  4. 4. Programs<br />The coalition divides its programs into three groups: Education, Research and Policy & Advocacy <br />The programs organize events, submit testimonies, translate information for musicians and keep them informed <br />All research generated is original, providing accuracy and dependence <br />
  5. 5. Service Goal<br />The main goal of the nonprofit organization is to provide musicians of each community a way to present their talents<br />I can personally relate to this concept, being a musician myself <br />To the FMC, music is simply a substantive part of social life<br />
  6. 6. Productivity <br />Input<br />Hours of research <br />Financial support<br />Musical instruction <br />Organization of events <br />Publication of personal experiences <br />output<br />Technological advances in every aspect of music <br />Exposure of new and upcoming artists<br />Free shows <br />Explication of material<br />
  7. 7. Specific Issues<br />Some of the direct issues covered by the organization include:<br />Radio<br />Copyrights<br />Artist Compensation/Engagement <br />Internet Policy <br />
  8. 8. Community Need<br />While music does not directly solve a problem, it does provide for a need<br />Music creates jobs, increases flow of finances and allows artists to express themselves and their opinions <br />http://futureofmusic.org/article/article/future-digital-infrastructure-creative-economy<br />
  9. 9. Connection<br />What links these needs to this specific organization is the programs <br />The education program provides instruction for young, inexperienced talent <br />The research program creates jobs through specially designated positions as well as performing and other musical careers<br />The policy/advocacy program then gains attention and coverage for each group <br />
  10. 10. Funding Appeal<br />The Future of Music Coalition has many aspects to which any funding institution would find valuable:<br />Views on media ownership and consolidation<br />The fair treatment and compensation of artists<br />Salient belief in copyrights and use of public domain<br />Unquestionable intent to make progress<br />
  11. 11. Application of CT/CR/CA<br />Critical thinking<br />This particular organization promotes the use of critical thinking through research, employing purposeful reflective judgment by being consistently informedand open minded. <br />Critical Reading <br />Use of critical reading skills is also employed by the group in forms of reading sheet music, thinking about thinking while reading and the study of information that has been processed. <br />
  12. 12. Application of CT/CR/CA (cont.)<br />Critical Action<br />To engage in Critical Action the FMC makes decisions, achieves massive breakthroughs and applies new concepts all for the sake of music’s role in society. <br />
  13. 13. Getting Involved<br />Anyone can be a part of this incredible nonprofit <br />Attending events posted on the website is one of the first steps to take<br />Careers are available to those who are interested <br />We must consider the impact of others, realizing how different many of the individuals involved can be<br />People of any background can feel a connection with the FMC<br />
  14. 14. The End<br />