Members: Louise Campbell (Chair), Tawnie Olson and Jennifer Waring
The preliminary list of online resources for facilitating creative music is now online and more accessible! Check it out here. The idea is that, when you host a creative music class, lesson, workshop, concert etc., you have resources at your fingertips to inspire you with great ideas.
One of the mandates of the committee is to share success stories about public engagement. Past stories have been about the John Adaskin Project, Toronto’s New Music 101, and I.S.S. Check out committee member Jennifer Waring’s story about the OCADU Project, in this bulletin issue.
We welcome more committee members! We need people from across the country to pitch in, give their two cents worth, and give us a Canada-wide perspective. If you want to join the Public Engagement Committee, we want your ideas!
Please contact Louise Campbell for more information
Read more from this committee:
- Creative Music Education Online Resources
- Curatorial and Art Criticism students meet Continuum in The OCADU Project – 20th edition
- Public Engagement Committee Report – Dec. 2014 – 19th edition
- I.S.S. Is Somebody Singing – 16th edition
- Toronto’s New Music 101 – 16th edition
- Youth/Music Education Committee Reports (p. 5–6) – 13th edition (pdf)