University of Colorado Denver College of Arts & Media table at Colorado Business Committee for the Arts Luncheon. What a great table! CAM students, faculty, staff and three members of the Dean's Advisory Council. — with Luke Austin, Dierdre Wilson, Donna Hobley, Katryn Bowdle, Tanida Ruampant, Mar DiVietro, Brian DeLevie and Lori Fox at Sewell Ballroom at Denver Center for the Performing Arts.
by CONFERENCE SCHEDULE Make It Pop! Advancing Popular Music Education Berklee College of Music, Boston, MA The Association for Popular Music Education (APME) is holding its 2016 Annual Conference June 1-4, 2016 at Berklee College of Music in Boston, MA. http://www.popularmusiceducation.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/APME-2016-Conference-Schedule-.pdf MEIS Chair and Recording Arts faculty member Sam McGuire will be presenting.
by Howie Movshovitz to lead 'Ebert Interruptus' at CU's Conference on World Affairs http://www.dailycamera.com/cu-news/ci_29684869/howie-movshovitz-lead-ebert-interruptus-at-cus-conference
by All Photos by Matt Kaskavitch, University Communications at CU Denver
by From Amazon.com: Stan Soocher is Associate Professor of Music & Entertainment Industry Studies at the University of Colorado's Denver Campus. In addition, Stan is an entertainment attorney and the long-time Editor-in-Chief of the monthly Entertainment Law & Finance, an ALM Media publication. Baby You're a Rich Man: Suing the Beatles for Fun and Profit (ForeEdge/University Press of New England) is his latest book. He previously authored the investigative book They Fought the Law: Rock Music Goes to Court. In 2014, Stan received the State Bar of Texas Entertainment & Sports Law Section's "Texas Star Award." The award is given to an individual "who has made a major and noteworthy contribution to the practice of entertainment law." Also during his career, Stan received ASCAP Deems Taylor Awards for excellence in music journalism, including for his music law articles in Rolling Stone, The National Law Journal and Musician Magazine. For many years, Stan covered the federal appeals courts in a weekly section for The National Law Journal. Early in his career, he worked on the editorial staff of the rock music magazine Circus. He also is a drummer.