South by Southwest 2014 is just around the corner, and as always FMC will be well-represented at the event with collaborations, presentations and of course, rocking out! The team will be all over the music festival and some of the interactive festival. FMC staff, boards and buds will cover pretty much every aspect of today’s music biz on panels, presentations, meet ups and even a film.
Wondering where you can catch up with FMC in Austin? Here’s a list of events and panels of particular interest:
Get expert advice on health-care issues with Hannah Byam (Events & Special Projects at FMC) and other professionals at “Artists and the Affordable Care Act: Get Answers, Get Covered,” a drop-in workshop focusing insurance and health care for musicans on Thursday, March 13th from 3:30-6.
Interim Executive Director, Casey Rae will moderate a panel exploring the latest approaches to copyright protection online. “New Adventures in Copyright Enforcement” takes place on Friday, March 14th from 2-3:30.
… and if you’re headed to SXSW Film, you can see our Director of Programs Jean Cook performing in the music-film, Pulp, on Wednesday, March 12th at 7 pm.
Read on for the full schedule of appearances and visit our SXSW page for a full detailed list of events to look out for.
- Tuesday, March 11, “Elevator Pitch Session” feat. Brian Zisk Creator, SF MusicTech Summit; Co-founder & Board Member, Future of Music Coalition
- Wednesday, March 12, “Artist Health Advocacy Meet Up” feat. Alex Maiolo Project Manager, Health Insurance Navigation Tool (HINT), Future of Music Coalition
- Thursday, March 13, “From Art to Commerce & Artists to Entrepreneurs” feat. Tamara Saviano CEO, Tamara Saviano Media; Board Member, Future of Music Coalition
- Thursday, March 13, “Artists and the Affordable Care Act”, feat. Hannah Byam Events & Special Projects, Future of Music Coalition
- Friday, March 14, “New Adventures in Copyright Enforcement” feat. Casey Rae Interim Executive Director, Future of Music Coalition
- Sunday, March 9 and Wednsday March 12, Pulp music film, feat. Director of Programs Jean Cook