Tag Archives: MEIS

Mark Rabideau at CU Denver College of Arts & Media

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Angie Buckley (entrepreneurship), Amy Foss (career specialist in academic advising), Mark Rabideau (cultural entrepreneurship author and specialist, and Chair of CU Denver’s Department of Music & Entertainment Industry Studies Richard Strasser.
Mark Rabideau and music business professor Storm Gloor
Mark Rabideau speaking to Prof. Storm Gloor’s music marketing class

New Student College of Arts & Media Reception and CU Denver New Student Convocation

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Grecia Portillo, CU Denver Student Body President and a very impressive young woman!
Dr. Raul Cardenas, Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs
Incoming first-year College of Arts & Media students
The student band from the College of Arts & Media, “Squerv” provided the entertainment for the CAM New Student Reception.
First-year College of Arts & Media students leading the cadre of artists and creatives into the New Student Convocation.
Dr. Kim Hunter Reed, Executive Director of the Colorado Department of Higher Education addressed the crowd at the CU Denver New Student Convocation.

One-minute video from a day at APME 2017–at CU Denver!!!

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” One-minute video from a day at APME 2017

Viannason, a native of Madagascar, hits groove with silky island vibe

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Chris Casey
University Communications
January 30, 2017

‘I was just born with music’

Viannason, right, a CU Denver music industry student, performs with her “Team V” group at The Other Side in Five Points recently.

Opening Celebration of Next Stage Collaborative

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Next Stage Collaborative! An interactive, virtual and augmented partnership between the University of Colorado Denver and the Denver Performing Arts Complex.

Profs. Bryan Leister, Becky Heavner and Yang Wang
Profs. Bryan Leister, Becky Heavner and Yang Wang
Two leaders from Denver's Arts & Venues Tariana Navas-Nieves, Ginger White-Brunetti and and ace CAM student Robbie Fikes IV
Two leaders from Denver’s Arts & Venues Tariana Navas-Nieves, Ginger White-Brunetti and and ace CAM student Robbie Fikes IV
Prof. Michelle Carpenter and Chancellor Horrell
Prof. Michelle Carpenter and Chancellor Horrell
Marianna DiVietro, Yang Wang and Tanida Ruampant
Marianna DiVietro, Yang Wang and Tanida Ruampant
The UComm Team: Laura Parker, CAM student Robbie Fikes IV, Leanna Clark and Emily WIlliams
The UComm Team: Laura Parker, CAM student Robbie Fikes IV, Leanna Clark and Emily WIlliams
Chancellor Horrell and CAM student Evan Lei
Chancellor Horrell and CAM student Evan Lei
Kent Rice getting a sample of augmented reality from Michelle Carpenter
Kent Rice getting a sample of augmented reality from Michelle Carpenter
Michelle Carpenter, Chancellor Horrell and Travis Vermilye
Michelle Carpenter, Chancellor Horrell and Travis Vermilye

Billboard Magazine names CU Denver’s MEIS as one of three places to “start a path” to music/entertainment law.

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Just out. Billboard Magazine names 10 Top Law Schools with music specialization–and then 3 schools “of note” to perhaps start pre-law study in music rights, royalties, copyright and other matters. University of Colorado Denver Department of Music & Entertainment Industry Studies (MEIS) in mentioned as a place to “start on a path.” So proud of our unique programs!

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New CAM faculty at CU Denver Opening Convocation

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So glad to welcome 3 new (and very talented) faculty members: Yang Wang (art history), Richard Strasser (Chair, Music & Entertainment Industry Studies) and Aleysia Whitmore (music history).

Everyone in the college is very excited about the diversification of CAM’s programs and curricula. Dr. Wang is a Chinese art specialist (PhD, Ohio State), Dr. Strasser an expert in music business (DMA, Manhattan School of Music), and Dr. Whitmore an ethnomusicologist with expertise in Caribbean and African musics (PhD, Brown).

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Promotions and permanent appointments

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Congratulations to the following faculty members!

Carol Golemboski Promotion to Professor
Carol Golemboski
Promotion to Professor
Loren Bregitzer Promotion to Associate Professor and permanent appointment
Loren Bregitzer
Promotion to Associate Professor and permanent appointment
Travis Vermilye Associate Professor and permanent appointment
Travis Vermilye
Associate Professor and permanent appointment

Steven J. Tepper visits Denver

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Music Business/Industry Professor Storm Gloor and Dean Steven J. Tepper from the Herberger Institute of Art and Design at Arizona State University.
Music Business/Industry Professor Storm Gloor and Dean Steven J. Tepper from the Herberger Institute of Art and Design at Arizona State University.
Music Business/Industry Professor Storm Gloor and Dean Steven J. Tepper from the Herberger Institute of Art and Design at Arizona State University.[/caption]

Arts for Colorado organized a presentation by Dr. Steven J. Tepper, Dean of the Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts at Arizona State University. On Monday, May 23rd he presented his talk “Bigger Than Me” at the Metropolitan State University of Denver, Center for Visual Art. In his presentation, Tepper considered how the renaissance in creativity and cultural engagement, made possible in part by new technology, has allowed for the production of vast amounts of art and cultural activity. He then identified ways this growth has affected the nature of what is being produced. He argued that the creativity renaissance is manifested in part in media overload and what Tepper refers to as “iCreativity,” which emphasizes individual experience over shared, communal experiences. He posed the question: “How do we nurture ‘bigger-than-me’ experiences in the generation committed to ‘Me’?” Tepper shared several strategies for doing so, all of which “inspire students to find their voices and make learning personal.”

European jazz guitar website ranks CU Denver #9 in the United States

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http://www.jazzguitar.be/blog/top-25-jazz-guitar-schools/

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1. Berklee College of Music
2. University of Southern California
3. University of Miami
4. New York University
5. New School for Jazz and Contemporary Music
6. Purchase College (SUNY)
7. University of North Texas
8. Northern Illinois University

9. University of Colorado Denver

10. California Jazz Conservatory
11. New England Conservatory
12. Eastman School of Music
13. UCLA Herb Alpert School of Music
14. The Juilliard School
15. Manhattan School of Music
16. The University of Texas at Austin
17. DePaul University
18. Oberlin Conservatory of Music
19. California Institute of the Arts
20. The University of Louisville
21. Bowling Green State University
22. Peabody Conservatory
23. Utah State University
24. Indiana University
25. Rutgers University

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